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Sat Jun 04, 2005 5:36 pm

Whats next on the brewin roster. Depending on malt and hops on hand I am planning a APA, AM Wheat, Stout all on 1056. And maybe a bitter and stout on Brit yeast.
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Sat Jun 04, 2005 5:54 pm

Just finished Denny's RyePA. Next week will be a Weizenbock and an ESB. Gotta keep busy cause Comps are coming!
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Sat Jun 04, 2005 6:11 pm

Brewing 10G of wheat tommorow, half is going to be a hefeweizen using WY3068 the other half is going to be an american wheat using WY1056. Next week I'll make a weizenbock with the 3068.

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Sat Jun 04, 2005 6:53 pm

We've got 5 gal. of oatmeal, 5 gal of imperial, 5 gal of lambic, 5 gal of mead, in secondary, and 12 gal of IPA (IBU of 109) in the conical. Looking forward to the next brewday, we're planning on 10gal of our red.
Grain bill:
24# 2 row
4# 120L
2# Carapils

Hop
Northern 7.2% 1.5oz at 60
Northern 7.2% 1.5oz at 30
Cascade 5.8% 1.0 oz at 15
O.G. should be around 1.062

Yeast White Labs British

Fermentation will be in the MoreBeer 12.2 externally heated/cooled Conical
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Sun Jun 05, 2005 7:01 am

I threw together 5 gallons of smoked hefeweissen last night, using 3056 (bavarian wheat).

I'll probably brew up another 10 gallons next chance I get. :0) The sample I pulled prior to pitching is amazing.

Oh, it's made with cherry wood smoked malt.
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Sun Jun 05, 2005 1:02 pm

Mashman wrote:Brewing 10G of wheat tommorow, half is going to be a hefeweizen using WY3068 the other half is going to be an american wheat using WY1056. Next week I'll make a weizenbock with the 3068.

Mashman

Just brewed an American Wheat using 1056 and well my efficiency wasn't too good, but this is only my 2nd AG and I thought I learned something from last time.... anyway I was kinda experimenting and used 6lb pils and 5lb wheat..... the color is odd though kinda greyish, hopefully it's just from the wheat and will change through fermentation. Since it's the fist of this sort anyone know anything about this?
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Sun Jun 05, 2005 2:28 pm

I've had a few beers look grey during fermentation and they have all cleared up just fine. Give it some time and Iam sure it will clear up.
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Sun Jun 05, 2005 6:52 pm

I'm planning some sort of IPA. I'm planning on really breaking the rules and just hopping the crap out of it with a really big grain bill.

I just brewed a plain ole stout this weekend so I have some time to think about it.
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