How many gallons of Homebrew in 2012?

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solbes

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Made 6 gallons of Umlaut my Kolsch on Sunday. Also corrected the math of post above. You made 5 gallons right?

16,868.5 + 6 = 16,874.5
 

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16950
+5 dfh 60 min
+5 belgian wheat
+5 imperial ipa
+5 graham cracker brown
+5 mango wheat
+5 coffee porter
16980
 

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17000 + 25 = 17025
5 gallons of porter
5 gallons of American Brown Ale
5 gallons of Wheat Ale
5 gallons of Summer Blonde
5 gallons of English Pale Ale
 

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+5 Pale Ale 1-7-12
+5 Spiced Winter Ale 1-7-12
+5 Peat Smoked Porter 1-22-12
+5 Scottish 60 2-18-12
+5 Imperial Stout 2-26-12
+5 Nut Brown Ale 4-1-12
+5 Sinistral Warrior IPA 4-6-12
+5 Bavarian Hefeweizen 5-19-12
+5 Amber 5-19-12

= 17105
 

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Lets see...so much brewing, so little interwebs....

+5 imperial pilsner
+5 littler pilsner
+5 "week and a half brew, which will be miraculous if it works" pale ale

17175.5
 
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Thanks to HBT for the knowledge (and other stuff) amassed here. Just getting started brewing. First batch Jan 28, 2012. Extracts so far with first all-grain next:

20 gal IPA (4x5 gal-controlled recipe changes)
10 gal Dry Irish Stout
5 gal Nut Brown
5 gal Ruination IPA clone
5 gal Blond
5 gal Paulaner-style Hefeweizen

17278+50=17328
 
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