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What do you have fermenting?

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ttreml3

I'm on a minor hiatus, but want to live vicariously through you all, so....
What do you have in carboys?
I've got a brown, an apple wine and a blueberry wine aging in secondary.

curiously,
t
 
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cj_in_j

I have an Imperial IPA in long-term conditioning, a Bastardized Belgian-American Pale Ale in long-term conditioning, a Classic American Pilsner just starting lagering, a Mango Ale going through second primary (just added the mangos), and a Single-Malt Pale Ale in primary.

Hope that helped with your dreaming!
 

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I'm embarrased to say that I too have kegged my last batch and need to fire up the kettle to create another - perhaps this weekend!

Cheers!
Brad
 
T

tresero

Right Now I have:

Chimay Clone
Vienna Lager (at ale temp)

Tonight, a cheap old American Pale is on the flame.
 
U

unclejack

An American Red Ale that I will bottle tomorrow.

An experimental Stout with licorice & brown sugar that hit the secondary on Saturday.

AND . . .

A German Light Pils is in the mash tun as I write will hit the fermenter in a few hours.
 
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ttreml3

Wow... and a few months later
I've got a honey wheat on tap,
an ipa in secondary and dats it.
 

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I have a Wit in the fermenter now and I'm leaning towards a fruit beer followed by some more Alt.

Cheers!
Brad
 
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cj_in_j

I have two pale ales in "extended" primary right now -- no time to transfer them, but I'll have to get to that tomorrow or Saturday. I also have to brew an Oktoberfest soon -- running out of time for that one.  :mad:
 
R

ranvons

Well I have my very first batch of a pale ale in ferment.  I have finally started brewing, after many years of saying I was going to.

I can hardly wait.  I hope to bottle it early next week.

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t

if it would stop raining here, every weekend its rain   :'(

well the next good one if im not working im going to make an IPA and a porter and after that a irish red ale and a pale ale.

I dont have a garage but this winter i am going to build an indoor brewery although i would rather be outside in the summer.

this year has been very wet
 

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I've got an Apricot Pale Ale going into the secondary tonight, with a stout right on its heels.  I'm trying to dodge the beer police since my last keg went dry last night.  Ugggggh!  Gotta catch up!
 
J

j.strain

My FIRST partial mash with 4 hop additions in a simulation of a nevada pale ale..very heavy 1.060 with a lot of suspended solids and a WYEAST ALE smack pack

Still fermenting after 6 days, this brew must have a lot of fermentables with just a pound of cracked wheat supplementing the LME

This whole bidness helps me  become familiar with mashing and hops schedules etc.

We'll see in a few weeks..I got a lot to learn

Yodar
 
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bob-beer

I have 2 Bavarian wheat [diffrent brews] a thick stout with chocolate malt and corn syrup with a good yeast. I still use 30L drums and bottle my brews, I don't like kegs, I go "bush' a lot and like to take a cooler full of ice and bottles chilled.
Bye the way, my stout is 'to die for', smooth neck oil.
Bottled one today
 
S

SAHomeBrew

I just finished a new IPA recipe that I found.... somewhere?.... huh, where did I get it from?
 
S

Shakey_Dog

I have an Amber that I will bottle this weekend. I also used 1lb of flaked rye to make it interesting.  And all I had a was White labs SF Lager yeast.  Smelled and tasted great when I put it in secondary.

Next brew is going to be Bitter bald guy :p
 
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maltdog

IPA in the secondary, sitting on 2 ounces of hops.
Also blueberry mead bulk aging.
 
H

hornbrau

Not much in fermenting at the moment, just 5 gallons of Kolsch, but I am planning to brew two batches this weekend, 5 gallons of APA and 5 more of Altbier.  I do have 50 gallons in kegs though so I should be good for a while. :)
 
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