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  • What's in the fermentor?

    Hi all, thought I would create this thread so all can share what they currently have going in primary, secondary, etc.

    I currently have an American IPA in Primary, will be racking to secondary on Sunday, dry hoppng with 50g Cascade for 10 days before bottling.

    Just bottled a IPA today, bulk primed with Dextrose, will bottle condition for about 2-3 weeks before cracking them open

  • #2
    I have 2 IPAs in my fermenters. Kegging both today. One cascade, one Southern Passion. Both whole hops.

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    • #3
      You should put the details in your signature.
      Give a man a beer, waste an hour. Teach a man to brew, and waste a lifetime!

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      • #4
        That means I need to change my signature every two weeks. Too much work!

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        • #5
          In the bottle I've got a IPA and Amber Ale. Fermenting I've got a quick-and-dirty Ale that I threw together with some extract I needed to get rid of. I've also got a White IPA and a Red Imperial IPA.

          Coming up is another iteration of a nut brown ale recipe that I've been working on. I've been trying to clone the Rogue Nut Brown.

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          • #6
            I've currently got a Patersbier in my secondary, which should be ready to bottle in a day or two, and a black IPA in my primary. Not too sure what's next.
            Also have a vanilla brown ale as well as a traditional bock bottled and ready to drink.

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            • #7
              Doppelbock largering away in secondary .
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              • #8
                I had 7kg of grain in my cupboard (wrapped and cling-filmed tight) that I had to use, so I threw it all together to create a Nameless Pale Pilsner.

                1kg Carapils
                4kg Pilsner Malt
                2kg Pale Malt

                I have split the brew into three batches, so that I can experiment with more dry-hopping (wondering what a dry-hopped Pilsner would be like). For some reason unknown, one of the three batches is fermenting very slowly, but the other two are going crazy.
                Slainte Mhaith!!

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                • #9
                  Nothing fermenting, but I've got a 50litre Oatmeal Stout and a 50litre IPA both busy conditioning.

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                  • #10
                    You'll have to let us know what the dry-hopped version comes out like...could be quite interesting!

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Rory. View Post
                      Nothing fermenting, but I've got a 50litre Oatmeal Stout and a 50litre IPA both busy conditioning.
                      sounds terrible

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                      • #12
                        First three brews on the HERMS:
                        1 x Fermenter ESB 5.1% ABV - ready to keg.
                        2 x Fermenters Munich Helles 4,9% ABV
                        2 x Fermenters English Pale Ale 3,9%
                        "Im Allergic to grass. Hey, it could be worse. I could be allergic to beer." Greg Norman

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                        • #13
                          NOTHING! Everything is kegged and bottled.

                          But, if all goes well, I will be brewing on Sunday.

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