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Is that guy on the left flipping us off with his toe? That's talent.







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By the way, i timed brew day just right. Every day this week it's been 95+ degrees outside. Today, 82 with a nice breeze.

About to crack open my FBD. Either Maui big swell or Green Flash Imperial IPA. I may save the Imperial IPA until after i've had lunch.







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BugAC
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By the way, anyone know what kind of tree this is. I'm about 99% sure it's a myrtle, most likely crape, just want to be sure.

Just had a brew idea







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Just had a brew idea


It is a crape myrtle. If your idea is what i think it is, I won't tell you not to, but I will advise you want something that smells good to begin with.






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I like the smell.

I'm going to try a tea first.

At a later date.






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Hey! I'm brewing too. It's an Amber. Which is odd for me but it's a long story that I'll tell at a later date.






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Lost a bet?





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BugAC
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Recirculating



Sweet wort


And my not so sturdy 3 tier system








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SHIT!!!

Help. I have a stuck mash. Never happened before. Valve is wide open now and nothing is coming out. advise?






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I got it. I had to blow in the tube. Wish i would have done this first before stirring the grain bed.







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I think I know why I had a stuck sparge. Grains milled too small







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Measured Mash efficiency 85.2%





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I get wood reading these threads and seeing the pics. I wish I could brew my own!





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Do it. It's easy.





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I get wood reading these threads and seeing the pics. I wish I could brew my own!


It really is easy. As long as you have a little patience.






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Waiting for the hot break



Adding my hallertauer hops




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I got it. I had to blow in the tube. Wish i would have done this first before stirring the grain bed.



You mill your own? That's good efficiency.



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That's good efficiency.


I've done 6 or 7 batches of all-grain. And all of them except my first 2, my efficiency has been around 82-84%. That's mash efficiency. I'll know in about 30 minutes my brewhouse efficiency.






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how do you add bourbon on Beersmith?





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Message Posted by LoneStarTiger how do you add bourbon on Beersmith?



No idea.






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