How many gallons of Skeeter Pee have been made.

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This thread insists that I haven't posted in it before. So, I'm wrapping up my second batch.

1320 + 10 = 1330

(That's 12,768 bottles in beer or 7980 in wine glass!)
 

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1335+5= 1340 with another batch in the near future! good stuff!
 

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1335+5= 1340 with another batch in the near future! good stuff!
 

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1340+5=1345 Still clearing but getting close to back sweetening now.
 
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threw together a 6gal batch to finish out the end of summer.

1370 + 6 = 1376
 

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1417 + 1 = 1418


It is winter here so I started with a gallon for a test run
 

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+5=1435 1/2 starting my stockpile for summer. Five gallons went way too fast lsat summer.
 
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Al.... I notice you're in MN... watch your ferment temps. I've found that my SP likes it better the warmer it gets. I've heard a from a few sources that wine yeast prefer hot temperatures for fermentation. >75*F is where Montrachet (which I use) LOVES to be. I was trying to brew this over the winter and had issues with the batches until I figured this out. I'm on vacation till after Christmas so I may whip up a batch myself and throw it in the fermentation chamber on some heat.
 

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thanks for the advice. I do have my chamber set at about 70 degrees. learned that from a previous batch too.
 

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