Brewing With Total Confidence
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Discussion in 'Brewing Photos & Videos' started by Ozarks Mountain Brew, Mar 21, 2016.
That is a nice looking beer Josh!
Just finished the first pour of my latest batch of Ky. Common. I'll post pics next pour.
Packaged this two days ago brewed 9 days ago this one's cleared heaps quick - kettle no chill- carbonation is crap but clarity wow this quick a record for me.
This is the burst carb sample just the other day before I added geletin crazy SHOIT!
Oh and to put the "dont use a dark beer fermentation slurry on a light beer" well gess what this brew got ? Yup Bulins shady boh was my last 34/70 fermentation in it went with this golden wort .
Ben, is there beer in that glass or just the outside painted clear yellow?
That is as clear as can be. Nice.
Looks great Ben!
Some healthy ingredients going on in the kitchen there too!
Yeah fried rice with pork pare ribs hit the spot!
Now that’s a nice looking brew!
same on the yeast. I’ve made a Pale lager a few Times using a Dunkel
Dunkel been in the keg since a few days before the zoom. Was time VERY happy with how it turned out
House brand? I jest, I jest
You so funny! They are a local brewer here in town, their beer is pretty good. This one is very good. They are brothers and have called each other jackass their whole lives! Funny enough the one brother is still an avid homebrewer! We send each other pictures of our brews pretty regular.
Drinking a blonde ale and brewing some sun tea
The spoils of the evening...a good size sampling cup of my new blonde recipe...a play off of the Centennial recipe with Tett and Saaz with Imperial 's A44....kinda weird to bottle cold beer
Oh yeah....and May the Forth be with you!
Vienna Lager is getting quite low.
This was a much better pour and pic. More left than I thought
Inspired by @Herm_brews recent travels and @Sunfire96 advice to him.