What have you brewed in the last year?

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  1. oliver

    oliver Well-Known Member

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    I got to 20 home-brews this year!

    1. Belgian Witbier with home dry satsuma peels
    2. Belgian Quad (Chimay Blue style)
    3. Pale American Wheat with spices for Mardi Gras
    4. Dry Irish stout for St. Patty's Day.
    5. Belgian Witbier with coriander, cardamom, satsuma, and orange
    6. American West Coast IPA with Galena and Azacca
    7. Double NEIPA with Galaxy and Citra (9.5%)
    8. Belgian IPA with Simcoe, Citra, Mosaic, and Chimay yeast
    9. Imperial Hefeweizen with Mosaic whirlpooled, a double hefeweizen recipe I got up to 9%
    10. NEIPA with Galaxy and Citra and WLP095
    11. Imperial Belgian Saison (11%) brewed for hurricane season
    12. American West Coast IPA with Habaneros, single hopped with Mosaic
    13. Summer Saison, Styrian and Saaz with French Saison yeast
    14. NEIPA with Galaxy and Citra and Wyeast 1318
    15. American Pale Ale, west coast style, with Perle, EKG, and Rose Hips
    16. SMaSH: Munich Type 2, Tettnang, WLP029 Kolsch
    17. Session NEIPA single hopped with Galaxy and White Labs London Fog yeast
    18. Belgian Quad (Chimay Blue style, same recipe)
    19. NEIPA Single Hop with Denali and harvested London Fog
    20. NEIPA with Simcoe, Chinook, and Lemondrop hops, with harvested London Fog.
     
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    #2 Trialben, Dec 31, 2017
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    I was just looking at my brew log and checking out when i brewed i averaged 2 brews a month with the odd month just one brew.

    22 brews @19lt final product = 418lt of beer devided by 9lt / carton of beer = 46.4 cartons of beer × (this by average beer price in Aus) $40 = $1856. And thats standard run of tge mill beer. Off the top of my head i would of spent less than half that on malt and hops! I didnt buy much bew equipment...

    Its daunting when you look at it like that.

    If icould think of my best beer i brewed this year or top three would be my bohimian pilsner 2nd place at comp.
    Mango lasi saison it kicked quick
    And my Hop Test Beer with Equinox and Galaxy that went quick and brought me some trouble lol.
     
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    Used the Keezer lid as my journal of brews. Time to erase and start anew! #20 is the Kolsch we brewed yesterday.
     

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    These are my full batch brews. I did another 12 beers (small batches) from blending 2 batches of 2 beers i.e. 2 x 6 = 12!
    So 24 altogether, lest I've forgotten any. Plenty I thought of brewing but didn't get round to.
    Blonde Ale
    Light Ale
    Dark Mild
    Light Mild
    Bitter
    Double Brown
    Dry Stout
    Porter
    Pale Ale
    Hardy Ale (Ready in six months)
    IPA
    Golden Ale
     
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    #6 Head First, Jan 1, 2018
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    Started the year 1/8 with #140 a lager and ended with #160 American Brown today.
    May all your beers be bright in 2018!
     

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