How Many Gallons Brewed In 2021

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hamachi

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Noob here who finally took a look at this thread and discovered what it's all about. So here's what I have bottled this year so far:

1968 + 4.0 gal Belgian Quad + 2.75 gal "AmeriBelgian" Dubbel + 5.0 gal Altbier + 2.2 gal English Barleywine + 2.75 gal Chimay Blue clone + 5.5 gal Cream Ale + 2.75 gal Chimay Red clone + 5.25 gal Bière de Garde + 2.0 gal Lite Blue Moon clone + 2.5 gal "Blueberry Moon" + 5.0 gal LightSky clone
= 2007.7 gallons
 

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For some reason, my previous post got stuck in moderation for a couple of hours. Meanwhile the total moved on. Adding back my 39.7 gallons (for details, see above), we get:

2059.7 gallons
 

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+ 9 gallons pale ale (one half will be aggressively dry hopped) in my second double brew day, but the first in 10 years. Working out the bugs to make this my new standard brew day of 10 gallon split batch experiments. I will either use different yeasts or different dry hops for the two halves -- maybe both!

2,126.70
 

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20 litres of milk stout 1820 + 5.28 = 1825.28

I know, I know...wrong time of year for stouts and my metric is complicating the math. But I like stout. And ... Canada, eh.... 🙃

Cheers!
Late reply, but milk stout was the last thing I brewed (and my first attempt) - recorded back on March 24th post - and it has been an excellent addition to the repertoire. Despite U.S. born/bread, I try whenever possible to work with metric. Travel internationally a lot for work (or I did until 2020), and try to always speak in the language of "locals". For those who need a point of reference - 0 C is cold, 10 is cool, 20 is pleasant, 25 is warm, 30 is hot, and 40 is bloody hot, and 20 liters is a damn good (forgotten) weekend!
 

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10 gallons of Swig of the Sunbeam and I have 10 gallons of oberon clone going into the kegs today for a carby time. I am already down 5 gallons of sunbeam so my new rule is brew the next 10 gallons once I tap the 2nd keg so I am never out.

So 2393.7 plus 20 = 2413.7 gallons
 

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Noob here who finally took a look at this thread and discovered what it's all about. So here's what I have bottled this year so far:

1968 + 4.0 gal Belgian Quad + 2.75 gal "AmeriBelgian" Dubbel + 5.0 gal Altbier + 2.2 gal English Barleywine + 2.75 gal Chimay Blue clone + 5.5 gal Cream Ale + 2.75 gal Chimay Red clone + 5.25 gal Bière de Garde + 2.0 gal Lite Blue Moon clone + 2.5 gal "Blueberry Moon" + 5.0 gal LightSky clone
= 2007.7 gallons
I’m on my 10th small batch of this year and thought I was doing well. 😄

2428.7 + 3 gallons “plager” = 2431.7
 
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