Brewing With Total Confidence
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Discussion in 'Brewing Photos & Videos' started by The Brew Mentor, May 11, 2014.
US Magnum, Willamette, Cascade
Brewed my Bunyip today.
No chilling in kettle ATM with 30g each of talus citra and mosaic.
This is going into fermentasaurs at ambient which I believe is around 20c.
Nice colour looking forward to this one it always tastes good!
Oh smacked my target on the head 1.048
Belgian pale ale, not today.
Couple days bag, but struggled loading pictures.
I brewed a vienna lager this morning.
Looking good Zambie....the "brewery" has really come together!
Well it was actually on Tuesday but my buddies and I brewed a West Coast with fresh hops. It was a great day..... a little bigger batch at 200L but I’m sure it will be enjoyed once kegged.
I brewed my Ky Common professionally with the head brewer of Grandma's House in Denver.
Festbier is up next
Sooo cool any footage?
I expect pics of your Marzen soon too.
Tis that time of year all the best Brian.
Doing anything different this year I still remember your comment on my Moctoberfest beer I did years ago that I remember was Munich 2 that gave that extra colour.
Don't worry if you don't remember lol
Well I already brewed it once and also a Helles, so this will be done on the yeast from the Helles.
I had a major blowout on the first festbier and had to transfer quickly and lost most of my yeast so it'll be interesting to see how this one comes out on the other yeast
And no I don't remember my comments on your beer from Long ago
2017 so yeah no all you said is you loved the colour lol.
I'm weird like that something I don't remember then others like that I do...
So you randomly remember a comment I made 5 years ago?
I'm lucky if I can remember 5 minutes ago!
Awesome, keep us updated on how it turns out!
Lol na too much beer cursing through my brain too lol.
This I'm sure is that beer I'm referring too.
Honestly though I do remember most my beers I've brewed .
Shortened boil to 30 mins and going 50g of tettnanger at flame out.
In hindsight maybe I should FWH that tettnanger.
Got my ducks lined up for the boil
Oh I really love these chem gloves I got on my last order no more hot sticky wort and slippery suds I rekon a great investment
Hand on mash out no Burnie Burnie
Good gloves, I found out early on in brewing are a must. I bought some insulated rubber coated BBQ gloves have not felt the heat or stick, sticky.
I’ll be brewing a Vienna lager in a few hours. Got house work to do before I’m “allowed” haha.