How many gallons of homebrew in 2011?

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Q2XL

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Man, you guys are being pretty generous with the math.

planned brews? beer brewed last year but ready this year? mead? cabernet?

Are we gonna start counting root beer as well?

Ain't that the truth. People never seem to surprise me. Well, almost never.

HoppedIPA

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my 10 we all brewed today so i dont think your talking to me..
Oh btw OT i do plan on brewing some Rootbeer for my 2.5 year old and 4 year old no i wont count that DOH!

Man, you guys are being pretty generous with the math.

planned brews? beer brewed last year but ready this year? mead? cabernet?

Are we gonna start counting root beer as well?

Grizzlybrew

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10 gal today 5 of extra strong esb and 5 Centennial blond..

130.5
+ 5 gallons of my tried and true APA with a new yeast (Wyeast 1968) = 135.5

btw - Someone else do an extra 1/2 g so we can get that ".5" off there...

HoppedIPA

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OT..
I used that yeast in my last ESB loved it but using the british cask ale yeast this time for my esb...
+ 5 gallons of my tried and true APA with a new yeast (Wyeast 1968) = 135.5

btw - Someone else do an extra 1/2 g so we can get that ".5" off there...

Toga

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just brewed up 5 gallons of an SNPA like brew new total: 140.5 gallons

chrislehr

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First ever 10g batch using my new keggles and therminator

140.5+10=150.5

Happy brew year!

dunnright00

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We were actually at 78 by this time. So your number should have been:

78 + 1 = 79

Also, dshaggy didn't add his into the mix:

79 + 5.5 = 84.5 Gallons

84.5 Gallons

I wish people would actually do the additions and post the total. Not just post how many they brewed and hope that others will catch it.

EDIT: By the way dunnright00, that was not directed at you.
At first I was replying to the thread above me by Q2XL, but I went back to edit it, and saw that the total was different.

You must have been replying while I was editing.

jerryalan

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5.5 gallons of IIPA = 156

trigger

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+5.5 gal Rauchbier = 161.5 GAL

snccoulter

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+5 gal of Smoked Porter =166.5

coolbreezz

Member
Well i brew every ten days so i,m hoping to get 36 batches going this year.Each one takes me six hours to brew wow that's 216 hours of brewing a year lol got to love it

FrFtr28

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+5 gal of Smoked Porter =166.5

166.5 + 5 = 171.5

Mischief_Brewing

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171.5 plus 10 gallons of black IPA equals

181.5

brboland

Active Member
+5 gallons of brown ale brewed last night.

186.5

tjp68

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+5 gal Imperial Stout
+5 gal Vanilla Porter

196.5

IrregularPulse

Hobby Collector
+5 gal Imperial Stout
+5 gal Vanilla Porter

196.5
Minus these two below = 183.5 This is for Beer Brewed (the brew day) in 2011.

6 Gallons of stout nearly ready to keg and condition, 6 gallons of brown ale in primary.

12 Gallons total so far on the go in 2011.
77 + 1 gallon Agave Mead
=78 gallons

brewtus_

I say, lookey here son...
+5.5 gallons DFH60 Clone

189.0 gallons total

NyQuil_Driver

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+5 gallons of Holiday Ale (Better late than never, right?)

194 gallons total.

sean6247

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+5 gallons of Fuller ESB Clone

199 gallons total

bierhaus15

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Robust Porter, 4 gallons.

203 gallons total.

+5 gallons Bock

208 gallons

heywolfie1015

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+5 gallons of American Brown

213

jgourd

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Man, you guys are being pretty generous with the math.

planned brews? beer brewed last year but ready this year? mead? cabernet?

Are we gonna start counting root beer as well?
People don't pay attention. It's a disease.

Castawayales

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Jan 1

5 gal Imperial Pumpkin Porter

213 +5 = 218 gallons

218+5 = 223

ChandlerBang

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218+5 = 223
And it is only the 3rd of January. I just got a partial. Sadly the Graff I am going to brew tomorrow won't fit the qualifications, I'll have to move up the next planned brew day.

freeflyer87

Member
Brewing an Oatmeal Stout right now. 223+5=228

rerobb

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brewed an english brown ale yesterday!
228+5=233

Baldy_Beer_Brewery

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Brewed my IPA on 1/1/11

238

Boleslaus

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238+10=248
5 gal. Puck Bunny Blonde
5 gal. Pond Hockey Porter

corwin6654

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+5 Gal Black Butte Porter Clone
=258 Gal

dmbGator

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Brewing this weekend so..........subscribed.

sco999

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+12 gal Black 11 CDA =

270 Gallons

6 Gal Hef

=276 Gallons

Whitewater

Member
276 gal
+ 5 gal Palisades Pale Ale brewed on 01/01/2011 in my garage.
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281 gal total

redgum

Brewing
Cream of Three Crops brewed today. First brew of 2011 so....

10g total

tlael

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6 Gallons of RIS on Sunday

297 Gal

OP
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rustbucket

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Day 4 of the new year and we are up to 297 gallons.. lets see if we can break last years number

joshs

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5 gallons of Centennial Blonde in the primary yesterday.

302

-Josh

Blue_Monkey

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5 gal of Dry Irish Stout

= 307