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Old 07-25-2008, 06:58 PM   #21
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Well, 35g on tap, and another 25g or 30g waiting for space in the Keezer. But no bottles
The 'Original' Keezer!

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Old 07-25-2008, 08:52 PM   #22
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I feel deficient.
Originally Posted by the_bird View Post
"I've got a fever... and the only prescription is, MORE CARBOYS!"
primary- Tangerine Dream, SWMBO slayer,
serving- amber ale hop experiment #6, Roggenbier, apfelwine
planning- Cru?
conditioning- 9/9/09 barleywine
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Old 07-25-2008, 10:06 PM   #23
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Around 280 full bottles, and I'm brewing 14 gallons of Porter tomorrow..

Fermenting.American Pale Ale 14 gal. with simcoe and cascade hops.

Marion berry, blackberry mead 7 gal.
Raspberry mead 7 gal
Watermelon mead. 7 gal
Blueberry mead. 7 gal
White pineapple mead. 6 gal

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Old 07-26-2008, 11:55 PM   #24
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Ive got around 200. 500 ml and 330ml.
Price: 0$ for all of it
Primary 1: Canadian Pale Ale
Primary 2: American Stout
Primary 3: Empty
Primary 4: Empty
Bottled: IPA,Belgian Wit, Pale ale,Stout, Sour beer.
Planning: Janets Brown, Northern German Alt, Arrogant bastard Clone+ more yummy beers
I only take a drink on two occasions - when I'm thirsty and when I'm not.
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Old 07-27-2008, 12:14 AM   #25
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7 gallons waiting for bottles - maybe tonight if I can stomach it.
48 12 oz. bottles just filled this morning while teaching the kids some new words.
18 22 oz. bottles of bland stout. Good first attempt at the style, but bland.
About 50 HB bottles in the fridge - pale ale cold conditioning for another week and an IPA I'm drinking.

I'm never brewing again until I can keg, hopefully right after vacation in a few weeks.
You only get so many calories in life. Enjoy every single one.


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Old 08-06-2008, 02:03 PM   #26
May 2008
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About to sanitize 300 bottles for about 25 gallons of assorted beer, including 5 gallons of dunkleweizen, 10 gallons of chocolate/chili/honey porter, and 10 gallons of whiskey stout.

I really need to get some kegging equipment
Primary: Light/Dark American Wheat
Secondary: Odd Dark Pale Ale, Fruity Weisse
Bottled/Drinking: Pittsburgh style Old Ale, Angry Paul's Chocolate Ale, Honey-Chili Porter, Frankenbeer-y

Drawing Board: Belgian Dubbel

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Old 08-06-2008, 02:38 PM   #27
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Oof. 2. 2 bottles of beer. But 5 gallons in a keg.

I also have 5 in a primary, 5 in a secondary, and 5 to be brewed this weekend. That should be good.

I do have 187 empty bottles though. I told my wife that I don't have a problem, because all my beer stuff is in one spot. We went to a brewing friend of mine's house for dinner, and he had beer in just about every room in the house. Including a 3 gallon carboy aging in his foyer behind a chair. I would not have been all that shocked if he had pulled the lid off their toilet tank and had another one gallon jug aging something else.

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Old 08-06-2008, 02:54 PM   #28
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12 22oz. bottles of a Belgian Tripel I made over a year ago and that's the last of my bottled beer. I have ~15 gallons kegged and on tap and another 15 gallons sitting in carboys at various stages of fermentation/clearing.
Primary: EMPTY!
Primary: EMPTY!
Primary: EMPTY!
Primary: EMPTY!
Kegged: Turkeyfoot English Mild

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Old 08-06-2008, 03:55 PM   #29
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around 150 bottles, 10 Gallons kegged, 5 gallons in Primary, Soon to be brewed (have grains and hops) 15 gallons, Christmas Brew 5 gallons, 25 gallons of Apfelwein everywhere from day 4 all the way to the 5 gallons kegged, aged and on tap.
When I get the 3 batches that are in the works in the fermenter, I will be at 103 gallons for the year....I don't' feel very good about that, as it included beer, wine, mead, and Apfelwein. It should be double that...but I have spent around $900 on Keezer crap this year that will go toward ingredients next year.

I would feel bad about being so far behind...but I drink 99% of my beer...so It's a lot of time for me here.
Seriously. I'm here for BEER
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Old 08-06-2008, 04:08 PM   #30
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I have 10 gallons sitting in secondary. Will be brewing within the next two weekends though. Will push the total to 20.
Mad Scientist Brewing Co.

:Fermentation Cabinet:

Primary: Bee Cave Bavarian Hefe
Secondary: Nothing
Bottled: Nothing
On Deck: Gumball Head Clone (Jekster)

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