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Old 01-26-2013, 12:17 AM   #1
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So it's 18 degrees outside and here I am brewing (man I must love beer) but today when my pliney kit got delivered and I got a look at all those hops I couldn't help myself . Mashed for 75 mins now mid boil I can't wait to try this . Thanks to my good friend John Rocco at farmhouse brewing


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Old 01-26-2013, 12:25 AM   #2
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So it's 18 degrees outside and here I am brewing (man I must love beer) but today when my pliney kit got delivered and I got a look at all those hops I couldn't help myself . Mashed for 75 mins now mid boil I can't wait to try this . Thanks to my good friend John Rocco at farmhouse brewing
Have you tried the real one? Wow what a great brew! Have fun!


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Old 01-26-2013, 12:30 AM   #3
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I have. My sister goes out west every couple months and brings me a pliney and a blind pig both fantastic beers. I just hope I come close . Cheers
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How long do you have to let it condition for? I have heard great things about the kits (not sure if it is the same one you have), but I have seen great reviews. I hope one day I can get my hands on the real thing. Been thinking about brewing this myself. Keep us posted! Hope it turns out great.
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So it's 18 degrees outside and here I am brewing (man I must love beer) but today when my pliney kit got delivered and I got a look at all those hops I couldn't help myself . Mashed for 75 mins now mid boil I can't wait to try this . Thanks to my good friend John Rocco at farmhouse brewing
Thank you so much for this post! I have been trying to watch their site for when this came back in stock. I saw your post and immediately put my order in. Thank goodness I didn't miss it this year!
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Old 01-26-2013, 04:36 AM   #6
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I just brewed it recently. It's still in a fermenter right now, awaiting it's turn in a keg. I did an all grain version, OG was 1.074.
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The recipe I used.
File Type: pdf KIT774 Pliny the Elder.pdf (365.0 KB, 762 views)
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I am pretty confident that its gonna be amazing. OG was 1.082 before I had to add almost a gallon of top off water (tons of hop sludge) . Rehydrated 2 packs of us 05 and am expecting to wake up to a sweet bubbling harmony . Glad you ordered off farmhouse , not only is he a good friend of mine but he is also a great source for all homebrew supplies and ingredients.
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I really want to try this brew.. damn them not selling in my area!
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I've brewed farmhouses Pliny, and out of A LOT of brews, it remains one of the all time favs.

It will be good


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