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Beer TypeIBUs (Higher = more bitter)ABVSRM [color (higher = darker)]Notes, more/general infoyeast(s)Jake's notesTasting notesDate brewedOther noteable datesrecipe linkTable beer/split notes
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Summer Stout25A light roast stout with a quick turn around and easy drinking in the heatus05 v s04Added chocolate malt right before sparging - boil water looked like rusty water, reminded me of 'KY Com';
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Brett Pale "Brett Mower"23.85.711.2Belg Pale meets 100% Brett - a summer drinkerOLY Blends, basement v 2nd floorShocking low efficeiency do to oversparging, and sparging too quickly, smelled real nice. May have been the wrong time to add the thyme, will see...
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Grapefruit Session Sasion214.5%3A mashup of a few sytles I've been having an ich to do OLY-500 vs RosealreJuice, freeze and add at bottling? Likely will do this with 100% wheat. Add critters to half, other half will get juice. Meh, fuck 100% wheat ( I kept forgetting rice hulls)OLY-500 is simply wonderful; 2 gallon bottled with the rest kegged and gifted to BIL. He's already kicked it. Haven't tasted the rosealare (gen 3) version yet
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Wheat Wine40+11-14%20Barley wine meets wheatAs close to 100% wheat as I can.Tasted a bit, seemed really nice, moved to secondary 7.1;
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First Solera265.20%4.8A chain of deliciousnessWL-670First one I forgot the honey, messed up measurement on a bottling and added ~6oz to one half of the 8/9 gallons
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Sour Quad2610.00%16The biggest of the big as far as belgium beers go, will pitch brett b with oak in secondaryI want a mellow 'chewy' brew that can sit for a long time.Quite "roasty" pre ferment. Tempted to NOT add bugs. 1.31 - tasted and quite happy to have added critters. Getting drier, ECY04 is lending a nice acidity. Really interesting.9/25/2013
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To Brew - "On Deck"
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Neo-Pils2753A macro meets heirloom & bretts-23 v cal comm (OLY brett blend @ bottling)Unsure the color contribution the multicolored grits will lend to the beer
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Standard Pale306Skeeter pee????
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Second Solera4.8
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To Brew - Short List
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Calabasa Blanco CloneCopy - or attempt at one - of a Jolly Pumpkin AleTop 5 beers, want 5 gallons.
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Standard 'Pale'
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EXP IPA v2
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Small Sour
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"nut" brown
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Earl Gray IPA"C" hops to compliment the burgamontWill look at doing a cold brew to avoid pulling too much tanin into the beer
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Dandelion Mead"Regular Strength" Mead w/ dandelionPulled about a quart of flowers, will need to add citrus fruit, and raisins
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Mole StoutTravis's "spicy" beer?
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Tamarind Sasionvery tart fruit, used to make an almost lemonade-like drinkGet a sasion nice and tart/sour from the fruit. Have to find the paste
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6x Solera4A complex trail that my require it's own spreadsheetBrew a sour every two months for a year stright, and blend from there.
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Tea Saisons81 gallon split batches featuring herbal/tea blends
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Graff30Apple/Beer HyrbidFind and follow a recipe. Uninspiring, but need guidence
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Gose<65.00%2Coriander, salt, and tartYet another wheat beer, similar to the berliner but salty
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Red Rye Farmhouse15-205.00%Spicy, red, and quenchableAnother use for 25lbs of rye, will break it down and add "critters"
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Mexican Dark95 - 6%27Soft wand warm, good in cool and warm weather; like XX DarkAdd Agave, rice, and maze (find maze)
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Vegabond Ginger Beer30Dark beer with gingerBrewed before, want to use ginger shoots this time - gentle ginger less burn, more floral; add wheat to 'calm' heat?
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Juniper Beer - IPA?IPA, meet GinTempted to soak oak in gin to really push it
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Heaven and HellDark and light beer meant to be served together, either 'on top' or side by side. Small bottles?
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To Brew - "Soon"
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Kriek1 - 25 - 6%0Fruit beer, slightly tart & heavy handed fruit flavor
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Barley Wine50-1007 - 11%14Huge beer, for sipping. "One and done"One day...
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Mint MetheglinMint MeadFor 1gal batch, sparkling, - bomber series?
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PulqueAgave 'beer'For 1gal, smaller bottles.
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SimaNortic lemon drink. Bottled with two rasins. Love that.
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Cherry Stout356.00%50Dark and full of rich cherry, perfect for fallCherry season - will wait for sour cherry season and rack onto them of a dark kirek brewhttp://cobdavis.com/beer/2013/Cherry%20Stout.html
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Rye Wit155.00%5Wit with Rye insteadPoking around for ideas to use rye. Liked the sound of this one. -- Putting this one the backburnerhttp://cobdavis.com/beer/2013/Rye%20Wit.html
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Traditonal Mead
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Dry Mead
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Chocolate Peanut Butter StoutGot to use that p.nut extract somehowUgh...
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Sour straight mead
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Melomel(s)
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Lavender Rosemary Metheglin
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Vanilla Metheglins
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"Sasion Mead"
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Sparkling Ale504-5%3Like Pale Ale only much more sessionableMake for contracting winter beer? Brew for early spring?
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Chocolate Wheat10 - 253.8 - 5%2Wheat beer with chocolate, what is not to love?Want to try a chocolate wheat beer. Simple wheat beer, and will rack ontop of good quality chocolate bars. Small batch?
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Meh, "eventually"
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Dortmunder454 - 5%7darker, traditional, and amazingly tasty
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California Common35 - 455.00%12think "Anchor Steam"
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Kotikalja
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Spruce BeerWant to find young growth and use trimmings as mash screen
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Pumpkin Ale?277- 8%15Maybe make a 'good' one?I just realized I don't really like these.
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Cellar
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Hard Cider0~9%Is a 'dark' cider due to the addition of molasses.Bottled all up, there are many versions of this. Next year: no molasses!Too 'heavy' tasting. Will be great in late fall. Mull with spices? - Will hold rest till fall, only ~10 left
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Beglian Blonde206.70%5A blonde ale, yumA test of sorts of S-33.Want a >50% wheat mash plus to use some unprocessed sugar - find. // bottled last gallon, 1118: souring still taking place.Quite nice, good 'drinking' beer; a touch too much "spice" needed a little 'funk' - looking forward to the soured version// soured version is 'best' beer I've made so far. Need to bottle remaining.1/19/2013Kegged 2/9/13http://cobdavis.com/beer/2013/BelgPale.html
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House Beer235.30%6.Farmhouse ale - Rye, Honey, a touch of honey malt, and some unmalted wheatSomething I highly enjoy and won't get board of, I want to refine my process with this beer, fix it and make it perfect. Brew it 3-5 times a year. Golden-colored ale with American Farmhouse yeast pitched? Reuse over&over?On tap - really quite nice. Maybe a little to bitter, but may cut down after carbbed. 3 other gallons going to sit for some time - put in champane bottles?5/25/2013Kegged 6/26/13
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Coffee "Wit"385.00%22Fairly standard 'brown porter' recipe but used wit yeastNot sure why we didn't use the german yeast, but i pulled the wit yeast and pitched that. The roast overpowered it all anywayPowefully over roasted, not even remotely lovely. Too roasted/bitter to enjoy - not for me.s: 'Camp fire'
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House v225.55.90%5Think I added honey in v1, but for sure added it this go-round; worried about temps 2.16 - drank 1 gallon over the weekend, need to save and bottle the rest 2.1 - still 'young' and very 'funky'; ~3.1, One of my favorite beers I've ever madeAdded Pom seeds to 2nd Gen 1 gallon batch - 1/14/14
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Hydromel06.00%1Bottled solo yeasts in 'gingeroo' bottles, all is bottled and away - put 1 gallon on 5 heavy pinches of lavendar for one weekCould very well be 'infected' - it's infected
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Kolsch24.64.60%3Split betwen kolsch and rosealare; 1.31 - brought the later home to warm up and finish3.1 Kolsch is brought home and kegged, easy drinking, nice - bottled all of the BTR and blended 2.19 - really fruity and almost no funky/tart AT ALL1/14/2014
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Wheat IPA307.00%10IPA, meet wheatUS05 v Anchorage Brewing DregsAvoid 'over sweet' and "wheat" pitfallsMight be between not hoppy enough and too hoppy, strange
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Session Braggot10 - 20+4.00%2Beer/mead hybrid, low(er) abvS23 v WL3763 (G2)1/2 to Rosealre cake, 1/2 to LagerRose version was quite nice, and likely would have cleaned up more with age - Kicked by Finn1/31/2014
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Mary's Wheat (Love-in-Idelness)4.70%4Vanilla Lavender Wheatwb-06 v OYL500VERY light on the lavenderLikely too bitter to be enjoyed 'quenchingly' - simple base beer besides, easy on the vanilla and 2tbsp of lavendar for 3day (1 day too many) - vanilla beans were cut and left in. We'll see what comes of it; OYL500 MURDERED the sugars getting it down to 1.001. Very pepper/bubblegum saison.
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Bullfrog Amber306.30%13Amber for brewhouse "owner"WL1335 v WL1275Simple, malty brew for evening relaxationWent sick with Pedio - if it doesn't clean up, will add Brett to smooth it out. ; Shockingly nice; 1335 is much more 'caramel/malt' while 1275 plays up a much more delecate, almost fleeting floral note
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