cheers loopy - I just got through that myself (although I still am dealing with some untied loose ends). although it is a sad event, i still say congrats brother - close the chapter, turn the page.
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Paul, a gallon of water weighs about 8.5#. A 6 gallon carboy would then be about 51# plus the carboy. If you can deadlift 385, it should be like feathers to you!
Now I have to ask how it is so memorable? Could be bundled with a trip to Bend to see friends someday.
The other never got better than 80:20 tangerine:onion/garlic. I'm a big believer in getting the IPA on tap quickly, and with all the hop choices out there now, I just hate to sit and wait for the Summit to mellow while all my other non -onion aroma hops are diminishing.
At 5.7% this beer is no mild.
This year I will put thru it about 16000 lb of grain.
16000 lb of grain?!? Wow! Clearly you are man with brewing skill and size. As a curiosity, what size brewery are you running?
What is your method now?
I'm going back to high speed milling.