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    [QUOTE=JStokes;2987412]Checking the specific gravity (German Bock and a Pilsner):[/QUOTE]

    Looking nice. I checked my gravity on some kind of bastard roasted ale thing I brewed recently. It's ready to go, but I'm going to wait for primary fermentation to finish on my other brew so I can secondary one and bottle the other on the same day.

    Doesn't brewing make the house smell f-ing beautiful? It makes my wife want to gag, but I wish they made air fresheners with that aroma.

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    [QUOTE=PatsFanTX;2981348]Thank god for my local 7-11. :yes:[/QUOTE]

    You shop here:

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    [QUOTE=OrangeJet;2987436]Looking nice. I checked my gravity on some kind of bastard roasted ale thing I brewed recently. It's ready to go, but I'm going to wait for primary fermentation to finish on my other brew so I can secondary one and bottle the other on the same day.

    [B]Doesn't brewing make the house smell f-ing beautiful?[/B] It makes my wife want to gag, but I wish they made air fresheners with that aroma.[/QUOTE]

    That's why we did it at my buddie's house!

    Wasn't as bad as I thought.

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    I've done a lot of wine making in my time but haven't tried beer yet. I think I'll give that a go in the spring.

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    [QUOTE=Beerfish;2987453]I've done a lot of wine making in my time but haven't tried beer yet. I think I'll give that a go in the spring.[/QUOTE]

    I think we're actually going to try wine next time. We have 2 friends that enter their wine in competitions, and they told us they'd show us the ropes.

    The beer brewing was a fun evening, lots of beer drinking WHILE you brew!

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    Just sampled the beer tonight.

    Mods, feel free to move to the wasteland that is Teh Hamper.

    Wow, I am really surprised at how good it is.

    The German Bock is very smooth and the Pilsner is very clear, golden and crisp.

    they both really taste like...well...for want of a better term...BEER. Like store bought or micro-brew beer. I was a little skeptical but it really turned out pretty great.

    Am a little buzzed on account of it!!

    I think having a previous beer brewer on hand really helped out a lot.

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    [QUOTE=JStokes;3079050]Just sampled the beer tonight.

    Mods, feel free to move to the wasteland that is Teh Hamper.

    Wow, I am really surprised at how good it is.

    The German Bock is very smooth and the Pilsner is very clear, golden and crisp.

    they both really taste like...well...for want of a better term...BEER. Like store bought or micro-brew beer. I was a little skeptical but it really turned out pretty great.

    Am a little buzzed on account of it!!

    I think having a previous beer brewer on hand really helped out a lot.[/QUOTE]

    Excellent, but be careful...it can become an obsession. :beerme:

    I just cracked (prematurely) an Amber Ale and recently bottled a Brown Porter. I brewed a Blonde Ale this past weekend, and will be doing another Brown Porter this weekend.

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    [QUOTE=JStokes;3079050]Just sampled the beer tonight.

    Mods, feel free to move to the wasteland that is Teh Hamper.

    Wow, I am really surprised at how good it is.

    The German Bock is very smooth and the Pilsner is very clear, golden and crisp.

    they both really taste like...well...for want of a better term...BEER. Like store bought or micro-brew beer. I was a little skeptical but it really turned out pretty great.

    Am a little buzzed on account of it!!

    I think having a previous beer brewer on hand really helped out a lot.[/QUOTE]

    Did you force carbonate the beer or did you do it by bottling them with priming sugar?

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    [QUOTE=jets1981;3079370]Did you force carbonate the beer or did you do it by bottling them with priming sugar?[/QUOTE]

    Bottled with priming sugar.

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