Category Archives: fermentation

Mystery Beer

share   Mystery Beer… So I made a starter a while ago with the dregs of a Belgian Beer I made and an IPA from Hardywood Park Brewery… Looked healthy but hinted that it may have gotten a little wild. … Continue reading

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Update: bourbon barrel and spiced rum porter

share   Added 1/5 of bourbon and spiced rum to a split 10g batch of porter on wed… I wish I had saved some of the porter on it’s own it was very tasty.

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Fermentation of “The Fat Five”

share   Fermentation has settled down… but I’m going to stick to the schedule on this one and I’m not going to rack until Sunday (2 weeks) … If I feel up to it… I have a rugby game and … Continue reading

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Racking!

share   My OG after boil was around 1.053 adjusted for temp. for my dry Irish stout. After a week in the primary I decided to rack the beer… Transferring it to the secondary carboy… Primary really kicked off fast … Continue reading

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