Brewing this weekend - 1/11 edition

Discussion in 'Homebrewing' started by CASK1, Jan 11, 2013.

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  1. CASK1

    CASK1 Disciple (334) Jan 7, 2010 Florida

    I'll start. I'm going to squeeze an English Mild in tomorrow before our club's annual banquet.
  2. mborden

    mborden Initiate (172) Jan 28, 2009 New York

    Scotch Ale for me! Looking forward to it.
  3. hopdog09

    hopdog09 Initiate (0) Sep 6, 2012 Michigan

    session pilsner
  4. dstc

    dstc Champion (865) Nov 2, 2006 Florida

    Strong Golden Belgian on Sunday, guess I better get the yeast starter going.
  5. DNuggs

    DNuggs Aspirant (281) Apr 13, 2006 Massachusetts
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    split-batch saison....ones's getting just wyeast 3724, the other's getting 3724 with some built up brett/bugs from a bottle of HF Arthur
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  6. thatsfine

    thatsfine Initiate (0) Jun 7, 2010 Arizona

    I'm not brewing a new batch this weekend but I plan on bottling my first batch, an American Amber on Sunday evening. We finally have a few nights below freezing here in Phoenix so we plan on heading to the mountains this weekend to enjoy some cold weather and snow. Cheers and have a good brew day everyone!
  7. VikeMan

    VikeMan Meyvn (1,351) Jul 12, 2009 Pennsylvania
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    Not brewing. But started a wine (Chardonnay) last night, my first one.
  8. NiceFly

    NiceFly Aspirant (275) Dec 22, 2011 Tajikistan

    I brewed a Porter yesterday.
    I have a monster brew planned, maybe Sunday.
  9. psnydez86

    psnydez86 Disciple (363) Jan 4, 2012 Pennsylvania
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    First lager Sunday. Munich Helles.
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  10. ipas-for-life

    ipas-for-life Disciple (347) Feb 28, 2012 Virginia
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    Bottling a Stout and Ipa on Saturday. Taking advantage of the 60 degree weather and brewing an IPA on sunday.
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  11. FATC1TY

    FATC1TY Moderator (1,229) Feb 12, 2012 Georgia
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    arent they just about all sessionable?
  12. FATC1TY

    FATC1TY Moderator (1,229) Feb 12, 2012 Georgia
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    Oh, and no brewing for me.

    I brewed a DIPA last weekend, I'm gonna be cleaning up and packing up my garage and brewing stuff to move in 2 weeks.
  13. OddNotion

    OddNotion Devotee (478) Nov 1, 2009 New Jersey
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    Brewing a sour with some East Coast Yeast Bug County! Very excited, I have 3 different beers planned with some ECY yeasts that I have... and somewhere in there another Pale Wheat Ale with Amarillo and Motueka hops. I have a busy 2 or 3 months ahead of me.

    I will also be transferring my dry stout (3.5%) to secondary to sit on some vanilla beans before kegging.
  14. MLucky

    MLucky Initiate (0) Jul 31, 2010 California

    Another installment of my continuing quest for the perfect German pils. No sparge step mash, FWH this time. Main things is it all needs to be done, cleaned and put away before the Niner game starts.
  15. jlpred55

    jlpred55 Initiate (0) Jul 26, 2006 Iowa

    Nothing for me. I just put a lovely IPA on tap this week that is going to get hit pretty hard this weekend. It currently is quite hazy from the dry-hops, just the way I like it.
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  16. hopsandmalt

    hopsandmalt Initiate (0) Dec 14, 2006 Michigan

    I've got 5 gallons of Dunkel planned for Sunday with wlp833 that will be a starter beer for 10 gallons of bock that I will be brewing in a couple of weeks.

    The Dunkel will be sort of SMaSH with Wyermann Munich and just a touch of carafa special III and a single charge of hallertauer at 60min.

    I've never made an all munich beer before and I'm super excited to see how this one turns out!
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  17. Naugled

    Naugled Crusader (730) Sep 25, 2007 New York

    I'll be bottling an Irish Red

    Brewing 5 gal of Dry Stout and (reusing the yeast from the irish red)

    Making two 1 gal starters... Lactobacillus and Pediococcus
  18. AlCaponeJunior

    AlCaponeJunior Initiate (0) May 21, 2010 Texas

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  19. beerific

    beerific Initiate (72) Nov 8, 2010 California
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    I'm hoping to try my hand at a lambic. Going to perform my first turbid mash, but will probably cheat and add rice hulls just to cover myself. Also thinking about making a mild.
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  20. MrOH

    MrOH Defender (633) Jul 5, 2010 Maryland

    Same here. Also, racking a cider into secondary, and stepping up some yeast for an imperial milk stout sometime next week.
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  21. RendoMike

    RendoMike Initiate (0) Sep 6, 2011 United Kingdom (England)

    Transferred a Amber Ale (Fat Tire Clone) to secondary on Wednesday. Working nights all weekend and then making a overnight trip to Belgium for beer, so no weekend brewing. Plan on brewing either a IPA or Belgian Wit on Tuesday, but I might wait until next week.
  22. kjyost

    kjyost Initiate (0) May 4, 2008 Manitoba (Canada)

    Racked three beers yesterday (Schwarzbier - tasting great, Belma Pale Ale - Interesting & BGSA - Tasted of apple cider, so I hit it with old ECY Brett 08 slurry). Saved the cakes for a Dopplebock & DIPA.

    I made Kimchi & a fermented hot sauce today (using my sour to start it) along with two unfermented hot sauces.
  23. FATC1TY

    FATC1TY Moderator (1,229) Feb 12, 2012 Georgia
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    Reminds me that I need to get stuff to brew another cider batch. My first ever was literally slurped down by my wife and inlaws last time. Could use 5g of it after I move to intice some labor help !
  24. scurvy311

    scurvy311 Disciple (344) Dec 3, 2005 Louisiana

    Doing my German IPA as I type.
  25. messyhair42

    messyhair42 Initiate (0) Dec 30, 2010 Colorado

    About to go fire up strike water and grind grains for a Simcoe/Centennial pale ale.
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  26. MrOH

    MrOH Defender (633) Jul 5, 2010 Maryland

    Yep, the cider is more for my GF and wine friends than for me to drink, even though I enjoy it. I probably use more for cooking than I drink.
  27. BILF

    BILF Initiate (0) Jan 9, 2010 Israel

    APA - Hop Burst Citra Session Ale.

    Target ABV 3.7 %.
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  28. fastenoughforphish

    fastenoughforphish Aspirant (218) Nov 14, 2012 Illinois
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    Second batch after so helpful advice from you BA'ers. Pale ale again. We will see how it goes!
  29. founder26

    founder26 Initiate (0) Sep 9, 2009 Michigan

    Just finishing my 3rd batch, its an ipa with falconers, citra, and nelson sauvin hops
  30. sommersb

    sommersb Initiate (0) May 25, 2010 Tennessee

    Brewing a dubbel today as a celebration beer for my first grandchild on the way!
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  31. mathematizer

    mathematizer Initiate (0) Aug 3, 2006 Maine

    Congrats! speaking of celebrating...

    Lots of firsts for me today. Brewed my first all grain (biab) today. First time brewing outdoors - new kettle, new burner. A celebration clone (Chinook/Cascade). Gravity came out at 1.062 instead of 1.067(5gal)... First time missing OG. Started with 7gal, lost one to the grain and another in the boil. Probably should have added DME when I tested it... Or regulated propane to boil more vigorously? At any rate, also first time making a starter... I put it in a carboy for primary (another first) so I can transfer it to the bucket for dryhops and bottling.

    Also bottled 2.5 gal of witbier and racked the other 2.5 gal onto apricot purée and brett-l. (that was my second ever batch. First time adding fruit. First time adding Brett.)

    Happy to have two things in glass that I can watch over the next few days/months.
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  32. memory

    memory Initiate (0) Oct 2, 2005 Pennsylvania

    No brewing for me this weekend, but been working with Irish ale yeast for the first time. Really like it. Made HB42's irish ale recipe and it's great. Did it again subbing Apollo for the bittering hop and think that should be nice. A stout came out tasting like Guiness but I added a cup of Ezra bourbon to it and it's also nice.
    Currently have an English barleywine fermenting with Irish yeast using Apollo, Northen brewer, Amarillo and Willamette. And a Dopplebock and Maibock using Bavarian yeast. No fridge but the outside temps are cooperating just right for fermenting the lagers.
  33. Ilanko

    Ilanko Aspirant (200) Aug 3, 2012 New York

    Just finished bottling AIPA, the smell of the fresh beer is awesome... two weeks form now
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