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mnmike
beers 1071 º places 33 º 18:21 Tue 11/27/2012

Savagery Stout ABV 7.8%

2 gallon batch

1.25 lbs. pale/chocolate/caramel malt extract
2.25 lbs. hopped crystal/roasted barley malt extract

1 cup brown sugar

8 ounces oak chips soaked in bourbon for 4 months drained and added directly to the primary right away.

Single stage fermentation with simple dry ale yeast for 4 weeks.

Yielded 18 12 oz. bottles and 2 22 ounce bottles. Bottle conditioned with white sugar.

 
NobleSquirrel
beers 3438 º places 209 º 18:46 Tue 11/27/2012

Originally posted by adamjackson
Crap. Are we supposed to post our entire recipes? Too much work. Finally switched to all-grain about 2 months ago.

Wednesday, I brewed a Belgian Wit with Blood oranges. Friday, I brewed a Chimay yellow label clone with chimay yeast and on Monday, I brewed an Imperial Stout. OG was 1.095..with this yeast, it should come in around 12.5-13% ABV. No idea what additions to add...coffee? bourbon soaked chips? IDK. Tonight, i brewed a honey hefeweizen and will probably add blueberries to the primary in 2-3 weeks.

I have some Brett strains from wyeast that were nearly expired at the homebrew store. Probably going to do a Boulevard Saison Brett Clone with those in 2 weeks.

My all Citra IPA that I kegged 2 months ago is starting to grow stale so Iíll brew another galaxy 8% DIPA sometime in December.

Um..thatís all

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The carboy above with that sexy pellicle is a berliner weisse that just got a ruhubarb and strawberry addition 2 weeks ago. Should be ready to go soon.


Just to discuss, honey wonít add sweetness. As to the Berliner, that beer should turn around much faster than what youíre projecting.

 
AdamChandler
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beers 3734 º places 260 º 18:57 Tue 11/27/2012

Youíre right about the honey. Did a honey porter w/ orange zest in September. True and a waste of money but it doesnít thin the mouthfeel out like table sugar, right? I was going for an increased OG without loosing too much texture.

The Weisse was brewed i September...didnít see a pellicle until mid-October and then added the fruit. I was planning on racking it around Christmas. Sooner?

I guess an FG reading / taste test should answer that question. What do you think should be the time frame?

 
NobleSquirrel
beers 3438 º places 209 º 19:56 Tue 11/27/2012

Originally posted by adamjackson
Youíre right about the honey. Did a honey porter w/ orange zest in September. True and a waste of money but it doesnít thin the mouthfeel out like table sugar, right? I was going for an increased OG without loosing too much texture.

The Weisse was brewed i September...didnít see a pellicle until mid-October and then added the fruit. I was planning on racking it around Christmas. Sooner?

I guess an FG reading / taste test should answer that question. What do you think should be the time frame?


Lacto doesnít always throw a pellicle. It takes time because over time it will create a barrier against oxygen. If it is throwing CO2, the pellicle is less likely to form due to the CO2 concentration.

 
stakem
beers 2 º 05:34 Wed 11/28/2012

Apple Brandy Barrel Table Saison

70% pils
20% wheat
10% mix of caraamber and belgian aromatic

25 ibus from galaxy hop additions @ 60, 30, 10
White labs Belgian Saison III

4% abv, 6 srm
100% fermented in used apple brandy barrel from finger lakes distillery, new york

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