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Any one do home brew? #5427409 11/18/14 01:20 AM
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Lets see your setup, and what you have made. Been reading on it some.

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No, but it's on my bucket list....

Re: Any one do home brew? [Re: wburke2010] #5428743 11/18/14 04:51 PM
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I built an all grain, recirculating, brew-in-a-bag, PID controlled, 220V 5500W, 40 gallon, setup.
Here is an older photo, I have since upgraded to a stainless 88qt pot.



I typically brew citrus-y IIPAs like the following.


Re: Any one do home brew? [Re: wburke2010] #5428888 11/18/14 05:59 PM
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Haven't brewed in years. If you are thinking about getting into it a visit to Homebrew headquarters https://www.homebrewhq.com/Default.aspx would be a good place to start.

Honey Lagers and one that tasted like Samuel Smiths Pale Ale were my favorites when I was brewing. Got the know how from friends and the folks at Homebrew headquarters which is not far from Garland.


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Re: Any one do home brew? [Re: wburke2010] #5429398 11/18/14 08:54 PM
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In the midst of a move, so no pics of the set up. We brew in 5 gallon batches. Double fermentation. Was kegging for a while, but back to bottling now. Miss making my own! our best was a Cherry Hefe...with a citrus twist. Made a Kona Coffee Mint Porter that would keep you up all night! Good times!


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I've done maybe 40 batches over the last 3 years. My preferences change over time, but currently I'm liking the ESB I just bottled. I have an IPA on tap (my first in my new kegerator that I built into my wet bar!!) and a spiced Holiday Ale almost ready to keg. Having beer on tap is totally changing my world.


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Having beer on tap is totally changing my world.


I would love to... but that would totally change my waist line

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Haven't in a couple months. Might do a batch or two before we move. Looking forward to having more space, will be getting an all grain set up and have enough room to start kegging





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My setup is pretty basic. I got a lot of my equipment from craigslist, there are a lot of people who buy a lot of gear and then give it up. Here's what I've got:
1) Brew kettle cut from a keg
2) Plastic bottling bucket
3) Plastic fermenting bucket
4) Glass 6-gallon carboy
5) 2 2.5 gallon party balls that I have yet to use
6) Assorted hoses and whatnot
7) Bazooka tube setup for a cooler, when I feel the urge to brew all-grain

Let me know if you have any specific questions, I'll try my best to give you a good answer. It's a fun hobby, but addictive. Like beer, come to think of it.


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I've got a stainless Brutus 15 that I would be willing to sell. I decided that I like drinking beer better that brewing beer.


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Just bottled my first effort. I'll know in 2 weeks whether I'll do anymore. I started out with a stout but really like to do an nice IPA.


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I'll be brewing a batch of a modified Steam beer this weekend that I am named "Texas Common." Should know in a couple months how it turns out. Hope it turns out the way I plan, using some different malts and yeast to get the ABV up to about 7.5% which is pretty high for a Steam beer. cheers

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Some friends and I used to make homemade wine stuff was pretty good low alc content though.


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