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Old 05-04-2013, 02:53 PM   #1
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I feel like I'm finally getting it going good, brewing my 4th batch today in about 5 weeks. Come the end of May/beginning of June I will be a happy happy man. SWMBO has been very patient with the hobby esp considering the 2 little ones running around the house. Thankfully she enjoys the IPAs and Pale Ales as much as me! I'm looking forward to at least 1 brew a month and getting a steady stream of home brew rolling.

How's you homebrew pipeline doing?
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Old 05-04-2013, 02:59 PM   #2
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It's going OK, I don't use homebrewing as my only means to drink so I put less pressure on a pipeline. Right now I've got with my brother a case of Fat Tire clone done, and 2 cases of an IPA conditioning. For myself I have a small batch in the primary fermenter as part of my small batch experiments. Soon I'm gonna rack it to secondary to dry hop and get started on a new beer.

 
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Old 05-04-2013, 03:01 PM   #3
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Mine = meager and weak.

Porter - only 3 bottles left

IPA - probably a case left (but it tastes like regurgitated dog droppings)

Blonde - Just put 12 in the fridge and have about 30 more when they're gone.

Primary = empty

Secondary = empty

Ingredients for next beer = don't have yet

 
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Old 05-04-2013, 03:02 PM   #4
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See my sig. I brew on a schedule of two 5 gal batches every 3 weeks. On brew day I also bottle the two batches I did 3 weeks earlier. This schedule keeps my pipeline nice n happy!
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Old 05-04-2013, 03:05 PM   #5
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Since I brew outside I did not brew during the winter and have not started yet this spring. I have a Pepper Ale, a Winter ale and a Wee Heavy. Time to get some session beers going -Tuesday. I may try a double brew session.

 
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Old 05-04-2013, 03:28 PM   #6
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See my sig. I brew on a schedule of two 5 gal batches every 3 weeks. On brew day I also bottle the two batches I did 3 weeks earlier. This schedule keeps my pipeline nice n happy!
yeah my schedule is going to be racking 1 batch and bottle another on the same day to keep it efficient and steady, not too mention if i'm going to be cleaning i might as well do a bunch on one day
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Old 05-04-2013, 03:29 PM   #7
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Well lets see, guess it will be okay to show off some?

I have Five 6.5 gallon fermentation buckets so I have a 5 week cycle. 28 days primary and 5 days cold crash/dry hop. Right now I have an English Pale Ale ready to cold crash, an American Amber waves of grain Ale an Imperial IPA and a Robust Porter; last night I bottled a Centennial IPA and I am brewing an American Pale Ale today. I currently 56 bottles of Pilsner; 57 bottles of Brown Stout and the 56 bottles of the Centennial in the carbonation process. Ready to drink I have an American Stout; two batches of Oatmeal Stout; An Amber Ale; a Columbus IPA; a Dark Rye Ale a Black Ale a Rye Pale Ale; an American Brown Ale; a few Nugget Pale Ales; a few Centennial Pale Ales and some assorted brews from here and there like an aging Olde English Ale and a Scotch Ale from last year.
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Old 05-04-2013, 03:36 PM   #8
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NICE. i'm jealous
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Old 05-04-2013, 03:41 PM   #9
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Well lets see, guess it will be okay to show off some?

I have Five 6.5 gallon fermentation buckets so I have a 5 week cycle. 28 days primary and 5 days cold crash/dry hop. Right now I have an English Pale Ale ready to cold crash, an American Amber waves of grain Ale an Imperial IPA and a Robust Porter; last night I bottled a Centennial IPA and I am brewing an American Pale Ale today. I currently 56 bottles of Pilsner; 57 bottles of Brown Stout and the 56 bottles of the Centennial in the carbonation process. Ready to drink I have an American Stout; two batches of Oatmeal Stout; An Amber Ale; a Columbus IPA; a Dark Rye Ale a Black Ale a Rye Pale Ale; an American Brown Ale; a few Nugget Pale Ales; a few Centennial Pale Ales and some assorted brews from here and there like an aging Olde English Ale and a Scotch Ale from last year.
. Hmmm somebody needs a hobby

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Old 05-04-2013, 03:41 PM   #10
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Mine doesn't need to move all that fast so I only brew once or twice a month.

Serving ESB now, amber carbonating in the keg and blonde on deck for brewing tomorrow.

I stopped bottling so I can now also age/carb in the keg while the prior keg is serving.
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