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Discussion in 'Brewing Photos & Videos' started by Ozarks Mountain Brew, Aug 29, 2017.
This is about half what we got the other day, about 30cm in total in 26 hours.
Today I'm brewing https://www.brewersfriend.com/homebrew/recipe/view/745528/english-pube-ale-10g
Just a bit more than we got one morning last week.
Didn't feel like brewing today so postponed the California Common 'til tomorrow.
My first go with a lager. The basement is perfect temp for fermentation and storage.
A hoppy APA with 87% 2-row, 8.5% C-15 and 4.5% Red Wheat. 2 oz. Cascade at 10 and another 2 oz. at 1. Enough Chinook at 60 to bring the IBUs up to about 50. Mashing at 54F and fermenting at 65F with BRY-97. OG-1.055, expected FG-1.012 for just over 5% ABV. Probably brew late next Thursday. Hoping to get time to keg my Calif. Common before then so there's room in the fermentation fridge.
Looks good Bob. Just a touch on the sweet/smooth side with a classic Cascade finish.
Thanks! Might need it along side the IIPA I'll have on tap at the same time.
I've been putting this off forever but it's time for a stout
I have my ingredients all lined up and the starter is spinning on the stir plate for the imperial brew day tomorrow
Next up is a NEIPA planning to brew it Friday
My East Slope Pale Ale on Wednesday, weather permitting. 5.5 gallon batch size with 87% 2-row, 8.7% C-15 and 4.3% Red Wheat, mashed at 154F. 2 oz. Cascade at 10 and 2 oz. Cascade at 1, along with enough Chinook at 60 to bring it to about 48 IBUs. Fermenting at 65F with BRY-97. Allowing to rise to 70F after 2 days. Expected 1.055OG and 1.014 FG for about 5.4% ABV.
That sounds nice Bob
I’m full up this holiday season and can take a couple weeks to reap the benefits before I brew again. Next up, you guessed it, an IPA.
Doing an American wheat ale tomorrow. Very basic with a 50% wheat, 50% pilsner malt bill with a few oz of Tettnang. Brewing this more or less to test out the new mash tun bag I got, and a sour I have planned for the near future.
Need to run a pipeline down here. I'm clean out of home brew until the Calif. Common is carbed up.
Been catching up since elk season.
Speaking of elk season, how did you do?
We had a great time around the camp fire. 50 yards from a fork and just couldn’t get a clean shot.
That sucks! As long as you had plenty of whiskey to dampen the disappointment it probably wasn't too dire
Just ordered my first grainbill from the stupid internet.. all our brick and mortar shops have gone out or are going out of business
Having my first go at a hazy ipa
Excited to brew this bad boy
East Slope IPA. Same grain bill as My house pale ale of the same name, but with a pound of sucrose added and a lower mash temp by a couple of degrees. Increased the Chinook bittering addition and subbed in Centennial for Cascade. At the same time I'm dialing in the integration of the Digaboil as a new addition.
My goal, along with dialing in a few of my favorite recipes, is to end up keeping fewer varieties of specialty grains, hops and yeasts in inventory.