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Old 01-17-2014, 03:46 PM   #31
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A healthy pitch of harvested S-04 ate through one of my batches in 4 days.
I pitched S-04 dry on a pale ale and it was done in a few days, too. I find S-04 and S-05 to be some serious stuff I keep things between 65 and 70, and they just go to town.


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Old 01-17-2014, 03:49 PM   #32
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Cream ale 2 weeks from grain to liver


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Old 01-17-2014, 03:53 PM   #33
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I made a white wheat graff. og 1.045. After a wild fermentation with Fermentis wb-06 it was done (fg1.010) in primary 36 hours after pitching dry yeast at 65degF.
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I made a white wheat graff. og 1.045. After a wild fermentation with Fermentis wb-06 it was done (fg1.010) in primary 36 hours after pitching dry yeast at 65degF.
DAMN!!! now thats a quick turnaround
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Old 01-17-2014, 04:02 PM   #35
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DAMN!!! now thats a quick turnaround
I still let it mellow in secondary for 2 weeks. It tasted pretty hot due to the 3 gal of apple cider in there. Exited to crack open some bottles this weekend!! 4 weeks start to finish isn't too bad for anything involving apples.
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I still let it mellow in secondary for 2 weeks. It tasted pretty hot due to the 3 gal of apple cider in there. Exited to crack open some bottles this weekend!! 4 weeks start to finish isn't too bad for anything involving apples.
no your right i think 4 weeks is pretty quick
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Old 01-17-2014, 04:27 PM   #37
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I can turn around an APA in 2 weeks 1.50ish. I've done a mild in 10 days and it was good. I just kegged a 1.060 APA after 2 weeks and it was way too green, so I just pulled out of kegerator and put back in the basement. A few things went wrong, I think. 1) I didn't rehydrate yeast, 2) I didn't filter or dechlorinate my water, 3) basement was 57 (during cold spell). I call it the choas pale ale.
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Old 01-17-2014, 05:49 PM   #38
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My fastest was Edwort's Pale Ale. Grain to Belly was about 2 weeks or a hair less.
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Old 01-17-2014, 10:03 PM   #39
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My fastest was a 1.080 American Ale brewed with Nottingham Ale Yeast. From pitch to belly in 9 days.
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Fastest was a IIPA I mashed super low and pitched a healthy dose of Nottingham. 36 hours from 1.086 to 1.007. I have a temp controlled conical and this was at 66F.

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