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  1. mozart4898

    Haven't posted in a while, brewing this today

    Hey all - I haven't posted in a long LONG time so I figured it was time to get back on. Here's what I'm brewing today: Fruit Salad IIPA (~5.5 gallon batch) (My efficiency has sucked lately and this is no exception, only got 68%) Mashed with a 1.25 qt/1 lb ratio for 90 minutes, collected...
  2. mozart4898

    High Gravity Fermentation...

    So I haven't posted in a while...been brewing pretty regularly but just have been busy and haven't posted but I do read threads from time to time. Anyways, I've kinda started a tradition (only in it's 2nd year) of brewing a big beer on New Year's. Last year it was an imperial stout (OG 1.111)...
  3. mozart4898

    Should I replace...?

    Hey all... I realize this is a rather difficult question to answer without really seeing my results, or knowing my area specifically. I planted 4 varieties (Cascade, Magnum, Mt. Hood, Willamette) in the spring of 2008. My support structure has been, should I say...lacking. Cheap metal arch...
  4. mozart4898

    Honey Rye Saison with Wyeast 3711 French Saison and Orval dregs

    Ok...first off, I'm a wild/sour newbie so go easy on me :p I brewed a saison back on 11/6/13 with the following grain bill: 6 lb Pils 2 lb Wheat 2 lb Rye 2 lb Munich 1 1/2 lb Honey (bee vomit, not malt) Hops are - 1 1/2 oz Cascade (7% AA) @ 60, 1/2 oz Belma (11.6%) @ 10, 1/2 oz...
  5. mozart4898

    Bourbon Barrel Imperial Stout recipe critique/advice

    Greetings and Happy Holidays all! Only recently being back into brewing, I've got a list of recipes and ideas and now just need the time to brew them, space for fermenters...and then I need to drink all the beer too! (Oh, what a problem to have... ;) ) I'm planning to brew an imperial...
  6. mozart4898

    New to forum...and back into brewing!

    Hello all! I've just today rejoined the ranks of homebrewers, having brewed in the past. For various reasons I'd taken a hiatus but I'm currently mashing a pumpkin porter (late for Halloween, I know, but think of it as a "holiday ale"). I've done all-grain in the past to a point, having...
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