I brewed today!

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  1. Craigerrr

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    Totally lost in there, recipe called for Horizon, I swapped it out for EKG because I had some, and the AA's were similar...
     
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    Brew day just finished for me 21.5 lt into kettle 5 points high on gravity ended up 1.058 guess ive gotta adjust that brew house back up. but I sure can taste the lime in there so a happy brewer this arvo!
     
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    Started at 5 AM this morning and finished about 1PM with clean up on a 20 gallon batch of 20 Cent IPA/PA. I R tired.
    36# of 2 row
    4# of Victory
    1# of Carapils
    2# of sugar
    1/2# of homegrown centennial
    1/4# of warrior.
    Held heavy with hops in 10 gal for IPA with sugar.
    Should keep the taps flowing for spring yard work.
     
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    Whoa!
    Twenty gallons!
    I brewed yesterday, 5 gallon batch of a murky NEIPA.
     
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    #1408 Trialben, Apr 11, 2019
    Last edited: Apr 11, 2019
    Brewing up a basic pale ale today to try out the Kveik yeast in. I've decided to wizz the bejesus out of my hops so no Coolidge of the pump maybe a good tip for those brewers here that use whole cones and recirculate:rolleyes:. Well I'll let you know if it's an epic failure but gee that mixing bowl smell good. I'll throw some water in there and wizz it so I get all the lupulin I recon.
    70g in there. 20190411_155309.jpg
    Oh and one more brew change this brew is clothes pegs to keep the grain bag off the element I find if I'm using 55% power it didn't burn it but a bit of insurance. Also I can cap my mash this way. 20190411_154350.jpg
     
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    Finally remembered to pick up some British C-60, so in the process of brewing a batch of Resilience. Mash about done. Ready to pump up into the boiler.
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    #1410 Mase, Apr 14, 2019
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    The wife and I brewed a Cream Ale (2-Row, Honey and Buscuit Malts) came in at 1.044. Nice change of pace from the “exotics” and ready for a nice simple and clean ale.


    Had to ratchet up the boil as I ended up with almost an extra quart that I figured we’d toss in rather than discard from the remains of the mash tun. Ended up at our target of 5.5 at flameout.

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    It's about time to start keeping a lawnmower beer on tap. Nice to have a couple while doing yard work without becoming incapacitated.
     
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    Too true this was my recent lawnmower style beer 3.9% it kicked yesterday eve. Beenangone now gone. 20190414_161049.jpg
     
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    #1413 Mase, Apr 15, 2019
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    I think you are intentionally dodging “poolside” beer photos since I pointed it out.:p

    Disappointed Trialben.... very disappointed. :cool:
     
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    Brewing up Some "Flush Twice Double Brown Ale"
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    Ha! Love the name! Great pics too!
     
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    Finally finished this video and got it posted. Homebrewing MACC IPA with oats and english yeast for a NEIPA kind of spin on it:

     
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    Brewing this today https://www.brewersfriend.com/homebrew/recipe/view/815020/two-fro
    Should be a quick straight forward brew (fingers crossed touch wood) gunna ferment to kviek a bit cooler this time and see if it will give me a lager style beer:rolleyes:.
    Mash is recirclating and keeping temp around 63c should be a lovely Good Friday brew I recon;)!
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    Amber ale in the kettle. 1.046 expected. 9 gal batch. Get it!
     
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    #1419 BOB357, May 16, 2019
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    Second iteration of my Black Currant/Jalapeño cider. 5.5 gallons in the fermenter at 70F.
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    Put up some fresh Jalapeño tincture too. Should be ready to flavor and keg when we get back from vacation June 8th. Also kegged my Baseline IPA. First in a series to dial in my house IPA. If the hydrometer sample was any indication, it won't last long.
     
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    Trying a new recipe for a clone of an amber ale that I had in LA about a year ago. Red Trolley. I pitched last night at around 6 pm and we are looking good with a decent krausen and a blow off expecting a little more building. The Tettnager hops were a little low in the Alpha Acids so I tossed in some extra to make up the difference, ( thanks J A)

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