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Postby Baker on Wed Feb 15, 2017 12:04 pm

Thanks again Scott! :pint: :notworthy:

At our sour fest in Nashville last year they had a handful of 1 off 3 litre (Jéroboam) bottles that they popped. 1.5 litres bottles are big enough but the 3 litres are just silly looking (and to think the biggest bottles are 30 litres).
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Postby kansasbbq on Wed Feb 15, 2017 2:04 pm

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How many did you go with?
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Postby bahns47 on Wed Feb 15, 2017 6:33 pm

Any homebrewers up in here?

Don't want to get ahead of myself but I can't remember being this excited about a homebrew just in the primary. It's a DIPA featuring Citra, Motueka, Galaxy hops and the grain bill is loosely modeled after Pipeworks Ninja vs. Unicorn. It's already approaching the desired orangish appearance 5 days in and has an outrageous passionfruit aroma coming from the blowoff jug.

Can post the recipe and report back if anyone is interested. Cheers! :pint:
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Postby cubbiephan on Wed Feb 15, 2017 6:56 pm

Baker wrote:Thanks again Scott! :pint: :notworthy:
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Postby Cbjornson on Wed Feb 15, 2017 7:05 pm

bahns47 wrote:Any homebrewers up in here?

Don't want to get ahead of myself but I can't remember being this excited about a homebrew just in the primary. It's a DIPA featuring Citra, Motueka, Galaxy hops and the grain bill is loosely modeled after Pipeworks Ninja vs. Unicorn. It's already approaching the desired orangish appearance 5 days in and has an outrageous passionfruit aroma coming from the blowoff jug.

Can post the recipe and report back if anyone is interested. Cheers! :pint:


Recipe please and let us know how it turns out!

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Postby FrankBooth on Wed Feb 15, 2017 9:34 pm

Got into a can of OH Forever Simcoe with Tacos tonight and that is a tasty beverage, always a bit weary about single hop offerings but that was dandy.
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Postby bahns47 on Thu Feb 16, 2017 11:44 am

Cbjornson wrote:
Recipe please and let us know how it turns out!

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CMG DIPA

2 Row - 7 Lbs [58.33%]
White Wheat - 2.5 Lbs [20.83%]
Munich - 1 Lbs [8.33%]
Briess Victory -1 Lbs [8.33%]
C40 - 0.5 Lbs [4.17%]
Total Grain Bill - 12 Lbs

1 oz Motueka - 30 Mins
1 oz Citra - 15 Mins
1 oz Motueka - 15 Mins
1 oz Citra - 10 Mins
1 oz Galaxy - 5 Mins
1 oz Citra - 5 Mins
1 oz Galaxy - 0 Mins
1 oz Citra - 0 Mins
1 oz Galaxy - First stage Dry Hop
1 oz Citra - First stage Dry Hop
1 oz Galaxy - Second stage Dry Hop
1 oz Citra - Second stage Dry Hop

60 Minute Mash at 153, 1.25/1 water to grain ratio, single sparge

5 Gallons out, 90 Minute Boil, ~3.5 Gallons into Primary
1 Lbs of organic cane sugar added at flame out

OG: 1.092
FG: 1.010 - 1.015 (targeted)
ABV: 10.1% - 10.7% (targeted)

Pitched US-05 harvested from a prior batch, thing was beasting less than 12 hours later.

Still working through the efficiency on my system (pretty simple 5 Gallon cooler mash tun setup) to do much higher gravity brews so the pre-boil volume ended up a bit larger than intended, resulting in a longer boil time. Will post updates on the final product!
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Postby Cbjornson on Thu Feb 16, 2017 12:58 pm

bahns47 wrote:
Cbjornson wrote:
Recipe please and let us know how it turns out!

:pint:

CMG DIPA

2 Row - 7 Lbs [58.33%]
White Wheat - 2.5 Lbs [20.83%]
Munich - 1 Lbs [8.33%]
Briess Victory -1 Lbs [8.33%]
C40 - 0.5 Lbs [4.17%]
Total Grain Bill - 12 Lbs

1 oz Motueka - 30 Mins
1 oz Citra - 15 Mins
1 oz Motueka - 15 Mins
1 oz Citra - 10 Mins
1 oz Galaxy - 5 Mins
1 oz Citra - 5 Mins
1 oz Galaxy - 0 Mins
1 oz Citra - 0 Mins
1 oz Galaxy - First stage Dry Hop
1 oz Citra - First stage Dry Hop
1 oz Galaxy - Second stage Dry Hop
1 oz Citra - Second stage Dry Hop

60 Minute Mash at 153, 1.25/1 water to grain ratio, single sparge

5 Gallons out, 90 Minute Boil, ~3.5 Gallons into Primary
1 Lbs of organic cane sugar added at flame out

OG: 1.092
FG: 1.010 - 1.015 (targeted)
ABV: 10.1% - 10.7% (targeted)

Pitched US-05 harvested from a prior batch, thing was beasting less than 12 hours later.

Still working through the efficiency on my system (pretty simple 5 Gallon cooler mash tun setup) to do much higher gravity brews so the pre-boil volume ended up a bit larger than intended, resulting in a longer boil time. Will post updates on the final product!


Cheers - I'll probably try this one later this spring. Let me know how it shakes out.

Thanks again!
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Postby kcn0 on Thu Feb 16, 2017 3:01 pm

bahns47 wrote:Any homebrewers up in here?

Don't want to get ahead of myself but I can't remember being this excited about a homebrew just in the primary. It's a DIPA featuring Citra, Motueka, Galaxy hops and the grain bill is loosely modeled after Pipeworks Ninja vs. Unicorn. It's already approaching the desired orangish appearance 5 days in and has an outrageous passionfruit aroma coming from the blowoff jug.

Can post the recipe and report back if anyone is interested. Cheers! :pint:


I brew about an hour west, off I90, from you... +/- based on your actual Chiberia location.
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Postby schmoff on Thu Feb 16, 2017 3:05 pm

went through all the lefthanded brewery choices this weekend, i was very happy
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Postby willair on Thu Feb 16, 2017 3:31 pm

bahns47 wrote:
Cbjornson wrote:
Recipe please and let us know how it turns out!

:pint:

CMG DIPA

2 Row - 7 Lbs [58.33%]
White Wheat - 2.5 Lbs [20.83%]
Munich - 1 Lbs [8.33%]
Briess Victory -1 Lbs [8.33%]
C40 - 0.5 Lbs [4.17%]
Total Grain Bill - 12 Lbs

1 oz Motueka - 30 Mins
1 oz Citra - 15 Mins
1 oz Motueka - 15 Mins
1 oz Citra - 10 Mins
1 oz Galaxy - 5 Mins
1 oz Citra - 5 Mins
1 oz Galaxy - 0 Mins
1 oz Citra - 0 Mins
1 oz Galaxy - First stage Dry Hop
1 oz Citra - First stage Dry Hop
1 oz Galaxy - Second stage Dry Hop
1 oz Citra - Second stage Dry Hop

60 Minute Mash at 153, 1.25/1 water to grain ratio, single sparge

5 Gallons out, 90 Minute Boil, ~3.5 Gallons into Primary
1 Lbs of organic cane sugar added at flame out

OG: 1.092
FG: 1.010 - 1.015 (targeted)
ABV: 10.1% - 10.7% (targeted)

Pitched US-05 harvested from a prior batch, thing was beasting less than 12 hours later.

Still working through the efficiency on my system (pretty simple 5 Gallon cooler mash tun setup) to do much higher gravity brews so the pre-boil volume ended up a bit larger than intended, resulting in a longer boil time. Will post updates on the final product!


nice! what did the IBU's work out to? I've never waited that long in the boil to start hop additions. either way, sounds tasty
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Postby mistersmith on Thu Feb 16, 2017 8:46 pm

FrankBooth wrote:Decided to finally take a trip to Finback, which is a bit of a trek if you don't drive (It's in the middle of a residential area in some back area of Middle Village, Queens)

Really nice spot, had some super tasty stuff on tap.


I just had their Between the Dead stout here in SF and it was incredible.
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Postby jlabbate on Thu Feb 16, 2017 8:47 pm

mistersmith wrote:
FrankBooth wrote:Decided to finally take a trip to Finback, which is a bit of a trek if you don't drive (It's in the middle of a residential area in some back area of Middle Village, Queens)

Really nice spot, had some super tasty stuff on tap.


I just had their Between the Dead stout here in SF and it was incredible.


yeah it is..I've been singing its praises since I first had it..absolute coconut bomb!
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Postby FrankBooth on Thu Feb 16, 2017 8:54 pm

mistersmith wrote:I just had their Between the Dead stout here in SF and it was incredible.


Wow that made quite the trip!

Glad you really dug it, very proud of how far the breweries here have come. Didn't get to try their BQE Stout yet but it's supposed to be a heavy hitter.

Video with their Founder from a few years ago.

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Postby mistersmith on Thu Feb 16, 2017 9:01 pm

FrankBooth wrote:
mistersmith wrote:I just had their Between the Dead stout here in SF and it was incredible.


Wow that made quite the trip!


City Beer Store had a keg for their Beer Week stoutfest kinda jam, no idea how they got it, but they've been known to pull kegs from absurdly far and wide...I was super impressed.
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