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    Re: What's your latest homebrew?

    Finally! Brewed my first batch in about 5 years yesterday and I can't believe. I've been out of it this long. Brewed a Pale Ale and I'll be brewing the WH Honey Porter next week along with a steam beer... Can't freakin wait!

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    Awesome! Do you plan to bottle or Keg your beer?

    We are bottling and kegging our Black IPA this evening.
    Ride Bikes, Drink Craft Beer, Repeat.

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    brewed an ipa (that will later sit on some apricot puree).

    kegged a rye red ale.

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    Re: What's your latest homebrew?

    Quote Originally Posted by Klurejr View Post
    Awesome! Do you plan to bottle or Keg your beer?

    We are bottling and kegging our Black IPA this evening.
    I'm stuck on bottling as of ow... I plan getting into kegging once I finish the basement.

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    Just put a batch of Skeeter Pee in the primary. Getting ready for summer.

    I'm going to bottle it with a mint leaf in each bottle for a mojito type drink. The chicks should love it.

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    Russian Imperial Stock in fermenter 1, French saison in fermenter 2, and ESB on deck.

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    Re: What's your latest homebrew?

    I just bottled my American Hefe yesterday and am now playing the waiting game lol. :-)
    I need to figure out what to brew next!

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    Just Bottled a Blackberry Mead yesterday and racking a Cinnamon Pear Mead this afternoon.

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    Re: What's your latest homebrew?

    I have an IPA and vanilla porter on tap and nothing fermenting. I just can't drink the beer fast enough so I don't brew as often as I used to.

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    Dan's Imperial Bender. Surly (brewing, not bikes) had a special version of their bender (porter) called Moe's Bender for a limited time last year and I've been wanting it real bad. Brewed an imperial porter. Soaked toasted oak and vanilla in bourbon for 2 weeks, then added the bourbon to the secondary fermenter along with some cocoa nibs. It's got a smoky, bourbon-y taste with notes of vanilla and chocolate. A little sweet but not bad I say.

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    What's your latest homebrew?

    Bottling my New Zealand Rye IPA soon, getting some stockpiled for summer evenings after a nice hard ride!

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    Brewed my first saison last wknd using the new Belle Saison dry yeast from Danstar. More of a table version of saison (OG 1.054). Hopefully she'll finish below 1.005.

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    Wow, I haven't experienced Black IPA, they said that was great!

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    I just bottled a cream stout, and transferred an Octoberfest brew to lager for a few months. Up next is my own spin on a SNPA clone.
    Time to order more grain.

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    Finally cracked open one of these, they just finished bottle conditioning. The Aroma's from the Nelson Dry Hop are beautiful.
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    I just found this thread. I just racked my Dechutes Obsidian Stout clone yesterday. Conditioning I have a Stone IPA Clone. In my fridge I have a DogFish Head Indian Brown.

    So far I've only done 4 mini-mash kits. Trying to dial in my technique before I get crazy and start trying to make my own recipes.

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    Chocolate Peanut Butter Stout tomorrow...

    this will be my second attempt at it, I'll be doubling the PB2 to 2 lbs and adding extract at kegging (if needed)

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    Quote Originally Posted by square View Post
    Chocolate Peanut Butter Stout tomorrow...

    this will be my second attempt at it, I'll be doubling the PB2 to 2 lbs and adding extract at kegging (if needed)
    How did the first batch turn out? Sounds tasty!

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    Just finished up my first couple of AG brews a week ago. a Fat Tire clone and SNPA clone. Still getting my equipment constants lined out. Only hit 60% eff on the Fat Tire but 75% on the SNPA with some stirring during the mash
    think i will need to get the LHBS to double crush next time as these two were pretty coarse.

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    Cold-crashing an American pale-wheat, which uses: wheat, Pilsen, and Marris Otter; along with a healthy hopping of Columbus, Chinook, and Citra.

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    Always got an IPA and DoppleBock on tap!





    Cheers!

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    Anyone been brewing? I have been lazy myself and more into my big green egg/food... until now. My buddy wants to learn how to brew and picked up an ingredients kit so I am going to show him the ropes using my equip.

    Here is what he got in a sideways pic, Mirror Pond clone.(partial mash):

    What's your latest homebrew?-image.jpg

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    Always got something brewing....I got two IPA's and two cider's bubbling now.

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    ^ Nice! I need to get a freezer/keezer setup.

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    Yep its the best part of my setup. I can keep temps + or - 1 degree of what I set it at...and then I can cold crash/condition my beer. This was a free-be freezer that I just put a ceramic heat emitter on the lid. The pc fans are to keep the colder air from settling at the bottom.

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