• FuzzyFuzzy
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    This thread is MINE, so stay out!

    Just kidding, come on in. This is going to serve as my list for what i'd like to brew next, but accessible wherever i have internets. Feel free to comment on the selection, suggest a recipe, whatever.
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  • FuzzyFuzzy
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    here's what I'd like to brew in time to drink this winter:

    wit
    pine ale (ceannt's scotch ale with pine)
    dampfbier, but hopped up
    brown porter w/ bourbon and oak
    alt or vienna lager
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  • FuzzyFuzzy
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    and during the winter, i'd like to brew these, so i'll have them ready for the warm weather.

    hefe
    soured wort experiment
    apa
    mild
    esb
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  • ThymThym
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    no RIS?
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  • scoobscoob
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    Not a fan of sours, but your summer list looks like part of my rotation!
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  • FuzzyFuzzy
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    Lakewood said:

    no RIS?



    i have a stout in primary now. never had an ris before.
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  • ceanntceannt
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    A ris is great around Christmas time .... takes a while to age though .... should have brewed one a couple months ago ...
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  • frydogbrewsfrydogbrews
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    here's my list...
    spring:
    IPA
    IPA
    IIPA
    APA
    IPA

    Summer:
    IPA
    IPA
    APA
    APA
    APA

    Fall:
    IPA
    APA
    IPA
    hoppy robust porter
    IPA

    Winter:
    IPA
    IPA
    Black IPA
    APA
  • frydogbrewsfrydogbrews
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    that's how it should go anyway

    i should note that each IPA generally has totally different hop bill and some are single hopped, etc...
  • FuzzyFuzzy
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    that's how it should go anyway

    i should note that each IPA generally has totally different hop bill and some are single hopped, etc...



    picky, aren't we?
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  • ceanntceannt
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    that's how it should go anyway

    i should note that each IPA generally has totally different hop bill and some are single hopped, etc...



    So cat pee/pine tar and pine tar/cat pee are "totally different" now?
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  • frydogbrewsfrydogbrews
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    ceannt said:

    that's how it should go anyway

    i should note that each IPA generally has totally different hop bill and some are single hopped, etc...



    So cat pee/pine tar and pine tar/cat pee are "totally different" now?


    of course, wildly different! different kinds of cats and different kinds of pines!
  • ceanntceannt
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    ceannt said:

    that's how it should go anyway

    i should note that each IPA generally has totally different hop bill and some are single hopped, etc...



    So cat pee/pine tar and pine tar/cat pee are "totally different" now?


    of course, wildly different! different kinds of cats and different kinds of pines!


    Hah!
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  • FuzzyFuzzy
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    here's what I'd like to brew in time to drink this winter:

    wit
    pine ale (ceannt's scotch ale with pine sap)
    dampfbier, but hopped up
    brown porter w/ bourbon and oak
    alt or vienna lager



    ok, wit is bottled, but now i'll have to add my hopped up burnt honey golden ale to the list. that's gotta go next before my honey syrup sits around too long.

    after that, though, i'm thinking the bourbon oak porter.

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  • FuzzyFuzzy
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    then the alt and/or vienna lager. mmmm, malty.
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  • ceanntceannt
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    Do you need a good alt recipe?
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  • FuzzyFuzzy
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    ceannt said:

    Do you need a good alt recipe?



    nope. mine is vury tasty.
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  • FuzzyFuzzy
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    i'll try yours out next time around and see which i like better.
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  • FuzzyFuzzy
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    i'm gonna want some for fall too. :D
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  • ceanntceannt
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    i'll try yours out next time around and see which i like better.



    Mine of course ;)
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  • jlwjlw
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    my queue is something like this:

    2012:
    IPA
    Eisbock
    RIS for next Christmas maybe oaked
    Black IIPA maybe with a touch of rye

    Q1 2013:
    Oktoberfest
    IIPA

    Saison
    Q2 2013:
    Hefe
    Porter
  • jlwjlw
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    I still need to find time to make an applewein, cider and some lagers
  • C_BC_B
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    jlw said:

    I still need to find time to make an applewein, cider and some lagers


    The first two there are easy (well, not a whole brew day).
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  • BenvarineBenvarine
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    What is RIS?
  • C_BC_B
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    Benvarine said:

    What is RIS?


    Russian Imperial Stout.

    Big. Dark. (Russian).
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  • jlwjlw
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    CB said:

    Benvarine said:

    What is RIS?


    Russian Imperial Stout.

    Big. Dark. (Russian).

    Strong like Russian Bear
  • BenvarineBenvarine
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    I've only got the next few figured out. On two week intervals, but skipping the weekend after Christmas.

    Belgian tripel
    Speckled heifer (spotted cow clone)
    Sour stout
    Orange blossom Kolsh v1.3
  • BenvarineBenvarine
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    jlw said:

    CB said:

    Benvarine said:

    What is RIS?


    Russian Imperial Stout.

    Big. Dark. (Russian).

    Strong like Russian Bear

    Hairy like Russian
  • C_BC_B
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    Benvarine said:

    I've only got the next few figured out. On two week intervals, but skipping the weekend after Christmas.

    Belgian tripel
    Speckled heifer (spotted cow clone)
    Sour stout
    Orange blossom Kolsh v1.3



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  • jlwjlw
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    Benvarine said:

    I've only got the next few figured out. On two week intervals, but skipping the weekend after Christmas.

    Belgian tripel
    Speckled heifer (spotted cow clone)
    Sour stout
    Orange blossom Kolsh v1.3



    son of a... I want to try a Belgian Triple too.
  • C_BC_B
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    jlw said:

    Benvarine said:

    I've only got the next few figured out. On two week intervals, but skipping the weekend after Christmas.

    Belgian tripel
    Speckled heifer (spotted cow clone)
    Sour stout
    Orange blossom Kolsh v1.3



    son of a... I want to try a Belgian Triple too.

    This also.
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  • FuzzyFuzzy
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    i've had pine ale on my mind all day.
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  • FuzzyFuzzy
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    think that one's coming up soon.
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  • FuzzyFuzzy
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    here's what I'd like to brew in time to drink this winter:

    wit
    pine ale (ceannt's scotch ale with pine)
    dampfbier, but hopped up
    brown porter w/ bourbon and oak
    alt or vienna lager



    so now i have stout and my belgiany type beer on tap. the cider hooch and the dark ale (burnt honey) kegged but not carbed, wit in bottles, and the golden colored burnt honey beer in primary.

    so i'm thinkin i need that alt fermenting next. i'll need to grab some two hearted so i can culture up some bells yeast for it.
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  • FuzzyFuzzy
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    and i'll need to stop by the shop for some caramunich so i can see if i can't recreate the beer with commercial malts instead of the home made caramel munich.
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  • FuzzyFuzzy
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    but i'm in the mood for something smooth and malty.
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  • jlwjlw
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    I think I have a clone of Bells Two Hearted somewhere.
  • FuzzyFuzzy
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    jlw said:

    I think I have a clone of Bells Two Hearted somewhere.



    i just buy it for the yeast. :-bd
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  • FuzzyFuzzy
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    it's a good beer, but i wouldn't want more than a six pack of it.
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  • frydogbrewsfrydogbrews
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    it's a good beer, but i wouldn't want more than a six pack of it.



    i'll take the rest.
    its one of my top 5 "i could drink this everyday for the rest of my life" kinds of beer.
  • jlwjlw
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    it's a good beer, but i wouldn't want more than a six pack of it.



    i'll take the rest.
    its one of my top 5 "i could drink this everyday for the rest of my life" kinds of beer.


    Ayup
  • ThymThym
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    jlw said:

    it's a good beer, but i wouldn't want more than a six pack of it.



    i'll take the rest.
    its one of my top 5 "i could drink this everyday for the rest of my life" kinds of beer.


    Ayup


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  • JayrizzleJayrizzle
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    here's my list...

    ...
    Black IPA
    ...



    how are you going to make that? Or is that an African America take on an India Pail Ale?
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    -Some guy in Ohio
  • ceanntceannt
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    Never had me a Pail Ale before ..... what kind of pail do ya make it in?
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  • jlwjlw
    Posts: 16,454

    here's my list...

    ...
    Black IPA
    ...



    how are you going to make that? Or is that an African America take on an India Pail Ale?


    I think this should be renamed African American India Pale Ale
  • ceanntceannt
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    jlw said:

    here's my list...

    ...
    Black IPA
    ...



    how are you going to make that? Or is that an African America take on an India Pail Ale?


    I think this should be renamed African American India Pale Ale


    seconded..... call up the style guidlines folks and tell 'em.
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  • frydogbrewsfrydogbrews
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    just to mess with people, how about African-American-Indian Pale ale?
  • jlwjlw
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    just to mess with people, how about African-American-Indian Pale ale?



    Your right it must be hyphenated
  • FuzzyFuzzy
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    afro-murkin IPA.
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  • FuzzyFuzzy
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    update, need esb. must brew soon.
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  • FuzzyFuzzy
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    also, it's about time to start brewing lagers again. i'm thinking i'll go for :
    1-cheapo adjunct lager (japanese style)
    2-octoberfest
    3-doppelbock
    4-dunkel
    5-shwarz
    6-veinna

    though, probably not in that order.
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  • JayrizzleJayrizzle
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    just to mess with people, how about African-American-Indian Pale ale?


    I'm very much into this as the proper terminology for a heavily dry hopped porter, though I feel "pail" would be more fitting, as "pale" has nothing to do with an African-American-Indian PA.... not that a pail does, but it's more confusion.

    HA HA HA HA HA, I just googled African American pale ale and it substituted Black and gave me beer reviews and recipes.
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  • FuzzyFuzzy
    Posts: 49,331

    here's what I'd like to brew in time to drink this winter:

    pine ale (ceannt's scotch ale with pine)
    dampfbier,
    brown porter w/ bourbon and oak
    alt



    and during the winter, i'd like to brew these, so i'll have them ready for the warm weather.

    american amber.
    hefe
    soured wort experiment
    apa
    mild
    esb



    also, it's about time to start brewing lagers again. i'm thinking i'll go for :
    1-cheapo adjunct lager (japanese style)
    2-octoberfest
    3-doppelbock
    4-dunkel
    5-shwarz
    6-veinna

    though, probably not in that order.


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  • FuzzyFuzzy
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    i need some lager yeast, so up next is an ale.

    am-amber, mild, esb.
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  • FuzzyFuzzy
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    if i decided to take a trip to the shop, it might be alt, vienna lager, or fizzy yellow stuff.
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  • FuzzyFuzzy
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    maybe i'll finally do a double brew day. that would be nice.
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  • C_BC_B
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    maybe i'll finally do a double brew day. that would be nice.


    Do it!
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  • ceanntceannt
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    maybe i'll finally do a double brew day. that would be nice.



    Don't! You will just get your mash temps and hop additions mixed up!!!!!
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  • FuzzyFuzzy
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    ceannt said:

    maybe i'll finally do a double brew day. that would be nice.



    Don't! You will just get your mash temps and hop additions mixed up!!!!!


    should make for some interesting beers. :)
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  • C_BC_B
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    ceannt said:

    maybe i'll finally do a double brew day. that would be nice.



    Don't! You will just get your mash temps and hop additions mixed up!!!!!


    Just brew the same beer twice. Then it won't matter.
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  • FuzzyFuzzy
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    since i killed my keg of stout, i'm thinking next up will have to be: the amber, another round of stout, or finally brew my bourbon oaked porter.
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  • FuzzyFuzzy
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    but i think i want to tweak the porter recipe a bit, so amber or stout.
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  • C_BC_B
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    bourbon oak porter sounds pretty dang good.
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  • FuzzyFuzzy
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    C_dubbs said:

    bourbon oak porter sounds pretty dang good.



    just need to double check what's in stock. if i have urrything i need for the recipe i came up with, it should get brewed this weekend.
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  • FuzzyFuzzy
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    i won't brew the stout again until i have the pale chocolate on hand. could go for the amber soon here.
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  • scoobscoob
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    jlw said:

    I think I have a clone of Bells Two Hearted somewhere.



    I posted the clone recipe a few days ago,if anyone is interested
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  • Evan_BEvan_B
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    i won't brew the stout again until i have the pale chocolate on hand. could go for the amber soon here.



    If you get that "stout itch," (in some cultures its fatal) but don't have pale chocolate, I would be happy to share a recipe for a little experiment I did -- a Wheat Stout with various types of wheat malt, and I pitched some hefeweizen yeast.
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  • ThymThym
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    Evan_B said:

    i won't brew the stout again until i have the pale chocolate on hand. could go for the amber soon here.



    If you get that "stout itch," (in some cultures its fatal) but don't have pale chocolate, I would be happy to share a recipe for a little experiment I did -- a Wheat Stout with various types of wheat malt, and I pitched some hefeweizen yeast.


    that sounds bizarre... post the recipe
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  • C_BC_B
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    Evan_B said:

    i won't brew the stout again until i have the pale chocolate on hand. could go for the amber soon here.



    If you get that "stout itch," (in some cultures its fatal) but don't have pale chocolate, I would be happy to share a recipe for a little experiment I did -- a Wheat Stout with various types of wheat malt, and I pitched some hefeweizen yeast.

    I like wheat beers, stouts, and hefeweizens. So yeah, I want to see this.
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  • ceanntceannt
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    Evan_B said:

    i won't brew the stout again until i have the pale chocolate on hand. could go for the amber soon here.



    If you get that "stout itch," (in some cultures its fatal) but don't have pale chocolate, I would be happy to share a recipe for a little experiment I did -- a Wheat Stout with various types of wheat malt, and I pitched some hefeweizen yeast.


    @Evan_B by all means post the recipe! That sounds interesting
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  • FuzzyFuzzy
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    Evan_B said:

    i won't brew the stout again until i have the pale chocolate on hand. could go for the amber soon here.



    If you get that "stout itch," (in some cultures its fatal) but don't have pale chocolate, I would be happy to share a recipe for a little experiment I did -- a Wheat Stout with various types of wheat malt, and I pitched some hefeweizen yeast.


    i'd never say no to a new recipe and i've been wanting to brew a wheat stout ever since djsethall posted some videos of brewing one on his rig.
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  • FuzzyFuzzy
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    ok, up next (hopefully today) is the oaked porter.

    then a wheat stout,

    followed by a nut brown.
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  • FuzzyFuzzy
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    after those, the weather should be turning warm enough to start brewing the lighter and hoppier stuff for the late spring/early summer season.
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  • FuzzyFuzzy
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    i'm thinking that the amber is going to get bumped up the list. the weather this weekend should be warm enough to use my chiller, but cool enough to have optimal water temps. plus i can do another test run on my prechiller.
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  • Wow those are fancy soundin beers I think my next recipe will be

    PBR Clone
    Coors Clone
    I might do a mexican beer --- any suggestions
  • FuzzyFuzzy
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    PBR4LIFE said:

    Wow those are fancy soundin beers I think my next recipe will be

    PBR Clone
    Coors Clone
    I might do a mexican beer --- any suggestions



    Tecate!
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  • PBR4LIFE said:

    Wow those are fancy soundin beers I think my next recipe will be

    PBR Clone
    Coors Clone
    I might do a mexican beer --- any suggestions



    Tecate!


    Te - what? Ive never heard of this one. I was thinking more of Corona.
  • FuzzyFuzzy
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    PBR4LIFE said:

    PBR4LIFE said:

    Wow those are fancy soundin beers I think my next recipe will be

    PBR Clone
    Coors Clone
    I might do a mexican beer --- any suggestions



    Tecate!


    Te - what? Ive never heard of this one. I was thinking more of Corona.


    dos equis ambar isn't too bad in a pinch.
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  • ThymThym
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    i'll drink dos equis ambar before tecate or corona, any day.
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  • ceanntceannt
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    PBR4LIFE said:

    Wow those are fancy soundin beers I think my next recipe will be

    PBR Clone
    Coors Clone
    I might do a mexican beer --- any suggestions



    Negra Modelo
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  • FuzzyFuzzy
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    evan b has got me thinkin about bumping up my soured wort beers to the top of the list.

    i'll need to grab some more DI water for either, so this weekend it's looking like i'll try my hand at a wheat stout, but next weekend i'll aim for either the soured wit or the more pislnery type soured lager.
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  • Evan_BEvan_B
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    depending on how this sour experiment turns out I may apply the same procedure to a Dry Stout. I dunno why, but that just seems like it would work.
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  • ThymThym
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    a hint of sour in a stout could be good. probably depends on how much bitterness you are going to have from roasted grains. im thinking those flavors might clash.
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  • C_BC_B
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    Lakewood said:

    a hint of sour in a stout could be good. probably depends on how much bitterness you are going to have from roasted grains. im thinking those flavors might clash.


    That's not a bad idea... Make a sweet milk stout or something low on roasted grains, not too dry.... A hint of sour in there might be good.
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  • FuzzyFuzzy
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    pine ale (ceannt's scotch ale with pine)
    dampfbier,
    brown porter w/ bourbon and oak
    alt
    american amber.
    hefe
    soured wort experiment
    apa
    mild
    esb
    wheat stout
    1-cheapo adjunct lager
    2-octoberfest
    3-doppelbock
    4-dunkel
    5-shwarz
    6-veinna



    the brown porter is kegged and waiting on the bourbon, the amber is in primary, and the esb was just killed.

    pine ale needs to wait until they start some new growth. thinking about using some juniper as well (not the evil little berries)

    dampfbier needs to wait until the soured wit gets underway, or at least until i get the yeast into a starter for the both of them.

    the alt is waiting on me to get that bell's yeast active and healthy, so it'll have to wait a while.

    i need to harvest some yeast for the hefe as well.

    so on deck will have to be:
    wheat stout
    apa
    soured wit
    schwarz
    o-fest
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  • FuzzyFuzzy
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    wheat stout and o-fest are both fermenting so next up will have to be the soured wit and a dunkel. time to start messin around with recipes.
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  • ThymThym
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    wheat stout and o-fest are both fermenting so next up will have to be the soured wit and a dunkel. time to start messin around with recipes.



    So you're working the list from the outside in?
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  • BenSBenS
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    I'm thinking a 10 gal batch of Munich Helles next weekend would be a tasty brew for the upcoming spring/summer months.
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  • FuzzyFuzzy
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    Lakewood said:

    wheat stout and o-fest are both fermenting so next up will have to be the soured wit and a dunkel. time to start messin around with recipes.



    So you're working the list from the outside in?


    more like whatever sounds good at the moment.
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  • ThymThym
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    Yay randomness.
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  • FuzzyFuzzy
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    pine ale (ceannt's scotch ale with pine)
    dampfbier,
    alt
    hefe
    soured wort experiment
    apa
    mild
    1-cheapo adjunct lager
    3-doppelbock
    5-shwarz
    6-veinna



    up next: soured wit and apa. shooting for the soured wit this weekend and the apa for 'big brew' weekend, may 4. that should be a good one to show folks that have never seen brewing up close and personal.

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  • ThymThym
    Posts: 119,143




    pine ale (ceannt's scotch ale with pine)
    dampfbier,
    alt
    hefe
    soured wort experiment
    apa
    mild
    1-cheapo adjunct lager
    3-doppelbock
    5-shwarz
    6-veinna



    up next: soured wit and apa. shooting for the soured wit this weekend and the apa for 'big brew' weekend, may 4. that should be a good one to show folks that have never seen brewing up close and personal.



    wit is a fun one to do with people not familiar with brewing since there are so many different ingredients involved...
    The only thing between me and a train wreck is blind luck..... - Kenny
  • Evan_BEvan_B
    Posts: 312
    When I can finally brew again I think I want to try a red rye IPA (though I am scared to even type that acronym any more after reading the discussion on IPAs).

    In addition to my Berliner Weisse experiment mk. II, oh and some Saison.

    I want to brew!!!!
    Amigo, lay them raises down.
  • FuzzyFuzzy
    Posts: 49,331
    Evan_B said:


    I want to brew!!!!



    ditto.
    The pinnacle of lame and awesome in one singular moment. -Lake
  • ThymThym
    Posts: 119,143
    Evan_B said:

    When I can finally brew again I think I want to try a red rye IPA (though I am scared to even type that acronym any more after reading the discussion on IPAs).



    HAHAAHAHAHA!!

    don't worry, it's safe in here.
    The only thing between me and a train wreck is blind luck..... - Kenny
  • ceanntceannt
    Posts: 53,619
    Lakewood said:

    Evan_B said:

    When I can finally brew again I think I want to try a red rye IPA (though I am scared to even type that acronym any more after reading the discussion on IPAs).



    HAHAAHAHAHA!!

    don't worry, it's safe in here.


    This ..... on both counts
    (May be the first time I have laughed out loud all week.... so thank you)
    Never attribute to malice, that which can adequately be explained by stupidity.
  • C_BC_B
    Posts: 86,999
    Lakewood said:

    Evan_B said:

    When I can finally brew again I think I want to try a red rye IPA (though I am scared to even type that acronym any more after reading the discussion on IPAs).



    HAHAAHAHAHA!!

    don't worry, it's safe in here.


    HA!

    Really though, this. (most times...)
    "On it. I hate software." ~Cpt Snarklepants
  • FuzzyFuzzy
    Posts: 49,331
    C_B said:

    Lakewood said:

    Evan_B said:

    When I can finally brew again I think I want to try a red rye IPA (though I am scared to even type that acronym any more after reading the discussion on IPAs).



    HAHAAHAHAHA!!

    don't worry, it's safe in here.


    HA!

    Really though, this. (most times...)


    in my threads, all the times. MOD POWERS, ENGAGE!
    The pinnacle of lame and awesome in one singular moment. -Lake
  • C_BC_B
    Posts: 86,999

    C_B said:

    Lakewood said:

    Evan_B said:

    When I can finally brew again I think I want to try a red rye IPA (though I am scared to even type that acronym any more after reading the discussion on IPAs).



    HAHAAHAHAHA!!

    don't worry, it's safe in here.


    HA!

    Really though, this. (most times...)


    in my threads, all the times. MOD POWERS, ENGAGE!

    This is true. No IPA shenanigans here. (off topic smiley face >here<)
    "On it. I hate software." ~Cpt Snarklepants
  • FuzzyFuzzy
    Posts: 49,331



    pine ale (ceannt's scotch ale with pine)
    dampfbier,
    alt
    hefe
    mild
    english brown
    soysoon
    1-cheapo adjunct lager
    3-doppelbock
    5-shwarz
    6-veinna



    It'll be a week or two before i have the empty fermenter space ( \m/ ) but next up will have to be either the adjunct lager or the vienna. After that, I'm leaning toward the english brown, but i'd also like to get a saison started.
    The pinnacle of lame and awesome in one singular moment. -Lake
  • C_BC_B
    Posts: 86,999



    pine ale (ceannt's scotch ale with pine)
    dampfbier,
    alt
    hefe
    mild
    english brown
    soysoon
    1-cheapo adjunct lager
    3-doppelbock
    5-shwarz
    6-veinna



    It'll be a week or two before i have the empty fermenter space ( \m/ ) but next up will have to be either the adjunct lager or the vienna. After that, I'm leaning toward the english brown, but i'd also like to get a saison started.


    I vote Vienna.
    "On it. I hate software." ~Cpt Snarklepants