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Old 11-12-2013, 03:43 AM   #1
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Just a late night quickie. Got a few new barrels, had to show them off.


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Old 11-12-2013, 03:57 AM   #2
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Just a late night quickie. Got a few new barrels, had to show them off.
Yep that did it, now I need a towel.


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Old 11-12-2013, 05:56 AM   #3
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Awesome! I see some are lambic, will the new ones be as well?
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Old 11-12-2013, 07:02 AM   #4
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I just made a mess too.
Can I sleep on the floor,quietly talking to my self, and be your warden?
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Wow. Incredible.
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That's amazing. But what happens when you need to rack out of the bottom barrels? You have a fork lift?
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You tease!
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One is an "authentically" brewed lambic, one is a "chopped down" lambic mash, another is a sour with yeast from roselare and crooked stave, fourth is a black sour with all twenty yeasts from the EBY experiment, the last two are TBD.

To pull from the bottom barrels, there is 4" of headspace, and I find that laying down my high temp silicon tubing on the floor of the barrel I am able to extract all the beer sans yeast (since its had a year to fall out.)

Anyone is welcome to come by anytime for a taste. In Portland, ME. Just had the Portland Brew Bus come by for a tour. Here are a few more shots.
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One is an "authentically" brewed lambic, one is a "chopped down" lambic mash, another is a sour with yeast from roselare and crooked stave, fourth is a black sour with all twenty yeasts from the EBY experiment, the last two are TBD.

To pull from the bottom barrels, there is 4" of headspace, and I find that laying down my high temp silicon tubing on the floor of the barrel I am able to extract all the beer sans yeast (since its had a year to fall out.)

Anyone is welcome to come by anytime for a taste. In Portland, ME. Just had the Portland Brew Bus come by for a tour. Here are a few more shots.
Omg you're I'm Maine? That's not far.
Where are you getting your barrels?


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