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kylieWylie

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Hello. The first photo is of an American cream ale. 17 days in the primary and 13 days in the bottle. Probably a little over carbonated. The second photo is of an Irish stout, under carbonated due to measuring error. 14 days in the primary and 13 days in the bottle. I will let the stout mature to another week before judging fully on carbonation. Otherwise I am thrilled. They both taste great! Please judge images.

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kylieWylie

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These were Brewer's best five gallon kits for reference.
 

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Very nice. Stout looks carbed adequately to me, but you are the one tasting! It's all downhill from here haha.
 

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Looks great! I've been messing around with different amounts of priming sugar lately and have brews with varying amounts of carbonation. It's all a learning experience for now.
 

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Congrats they look good to go to me! Just in case your not aware you should chill the beer before you open them to prevent gushers - i had one a few days ago!
 
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