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Title: Just curious...
Post by: brew-witch on June 07, 2010, 12:37:42 PM
How many different brews do you have:

-fermenting
-bottled/kegged (carbonating)
-ready to drink

at any given time?
Title: Re: Just curious...
Post by: majorvices on June 07, 2010, 12:46:31 PM
on Tap:

Doppelbock
IPA
Saison Traditional
Saison Artisinal (1.070 OG)
RIS
BarleyWine
1.065 Stout

Fermenting:

Kolsch
IPA
Tripel

Conditioning:

"Bok" (with wlp029)
IPA (Gotta keep that on tap  ;) )

Also have a 1 year old Saison with brett that needs kegged plus a Berlinnerweiss in bottles and a bunch of bottles of BarleyWines and RIS and other brews going back about 6 years.
Title: Re: Just curious...
Post by: theDarkSide on June 07, 2010, 12:52:58 PM
My chest freezer only holds 1 carboy for fermenting, and the kegerator can hold up to 4 at a time, but I only have 3 kegs right now.  

I'll only bottle if I'm sending to competition or I need to free up a keg.
Title: Re: Just curious...
Post by: deepsouth on June 07, 2010, 01:00:54 PM
fermenting:
apfelwein (pitched about 10 months ago)
pale wheat ale
double ipa


bottled:
double ipa


kegged:
double ipa
Title: Re: Just curious...
Post by: bonjour on June 07, 2010, 01:28:47 PM
Bottled
Irish Red
English BW(14%)
American BW(14.7%)
Melomel
RIS (ol' 31)(15.5%)
RIS (Bourbon Barrel)(11%)
Southern Brown
Old Ale (11%)

Kegged
Red
APA (Amarillo Pale Ale, late hopped)
Oktoberfest
German Pilsener
APA (Amarillo/Cascade Pale Ale)
RIS ('ol 31)(15.5%)
Baltic Porter (Bouborn Barrel)(10.25%)
Simcoe Mild
Amarillo Mild
140 Shilling (Strong Scorch Ale)(13%)
English BW (17.4%)
Common Cider (forgot the cider)

fermenting
English BW (18.7%)
Red

Fred
Title: Re: Just curious...
Post by: mnstorm99 on June 07, 2010, 01:38:58 PM
Peach ale nicely fermenting away.

Kegs and bottles listed below.

This is about what I try and keep around at any given time.
Title: Re: Just curious...
Post by: Hokerer on June 07, 2010, 01:49:06 PM
Bottled:

Northern English Brown Ale
Oatmeal Stout
Irish Red Ale
American Amber Ale
Robust Porter

Fermenting:

American Pale Ale
Rye IPA
Title: Re: Just curious...
Post by: tygo on June 07, 2010, 01:54:13 PM
Bottled and ready to drink:

ESB
Cleanup Blonde
Amarillo APA
Dry Stout
Strong Golden Ale
(Not many bottles of the last three left)

Fermenting:

Bohemian Pilsner
Wee Heavy (secondary)

Title: Re: Just curious...
Post by: denny on June 07, 2010, 03:24:02 PM
Not a lot at the moment..

On Tap
Rye IPA
Milo's Alt
Westcoastmalle Tripel
German pils

Fermenting
Waldo Lake Amber
Rye IPA
Casper's Cream Ale
Old Stoner BW

Bottled
Old Stoner 9
a bunch of cider from about 2005-6
Title: Re: Just curious...
Post by: yugamrap on June 07, 2010, 05:38:09 PM
I usually have four beers on tap, a couple lagering and/or carbonating, and one or two fermenting.  Here's today's status:

On Tap
Cream Ale
Robust Porter
Denny's BVIP
All Simcoe IIPA (carbonating)

In Bottles
Jolly Rancher American Wheat

Lagering / Cold Storage
Märzen
Helles
Schwarzbier

Fermenting
Belgian Tripel
Title: Re: Just curious...
Post by: dbeechum on June 07, 2010, 05:38:32 PM
Quickly dwindling if you look at my signature.
Title: Re: Just curious...
Post by: tomsawyer on June 07, 2010, 05:51:28 PM
Two on tap, plus maybe a dozen styles bottled at any given time.

In wine I have about forty different varietals/blends.
Title: Re: Just curious...
Post by: bluesman on June 07, 2010, 06:32:24 PM
Fermenting: nothing   :(

Conditioning: RIS

Bottled: Dubbel
            Barleywine
            Wee Heavy

Kegged: Pilsner
             IPA
             Kolsch
             Dubbel
             DIPA
           
Title: Re: Just curious...
Post by: jeffy on June 07, 2010, 09:17:38 PM
Running low on beer since I've chosen to work on upgrading my brewery.
Kegs: Rauchbier, Double Bock, Dort Export, Rye APA, Poblano Pepper beer, Sour Cherry Flanders Red Ale
Fermenting: Strong Scotch Ale, in a 5-gallon oak barrel
Aging in carboys: Sour solara project (just added some Scotch Ale wort to boost the malt expression), Braggot based on a Baltic Porter, Braggot based on an Old Ale, two other meads
Aging in a c-keg: a very sour ale (of unknown style) that actually hurts to drink
Title: Re: Just curious...
Post by: hamiltont on June 07, 2010, 09:41:38 PM
Sad to say at this point I have more empty kegs than full  :(
Lagering - 10 gallons of Vienna Lager
Kegged - Schwarzbier, 80/-, IPA, Sweet Stout, Foreign Extra Stout
Bottled - Weissbier, RIS, Smoked Porter, Strong Scotch, Barleywine, JAOM
Title: Re: Just curious...
Post by: rabid_dingo on June 07, 2010, 09:56:27 PM
On tap:
Denny's Rye PA
Red Ale

Kegged:
RyePA
Schoolhouse Table Beer (Imperial session in the sense that it's less than 2-3%) ;)

Conditioning:
Christmas Ale
HB Club has a collective 55 imperial porter aging in a Stranahans Whiskey barrel (my share is 10gal.

My grain mill is on the injury list. Waiting on a motor and coupling...So I am way behind where I want to be.
Title: Re: Just curious...
Post by: dean on June 07, 2010, 10:48:38 PM
My brewing has been practically non-existant since I moved to Michigan.  I'm still adjusting to the water, trying to get my brewshed and equipment set up.  I've got one beer on tap.... a stout.  Just started a sour mash.  But making the sour mash has put a bit of the bug back in me so another brewday is forthcoming.

Without looking, I think I've only brewed 6 batches since I moved here back in September and not all of them were keepers.    ::)
Title: Re: Just curious...
Post by: etbrew on June 08, 2010, 01:40:28 AM
Damn...how do some of you have the time to brew so much beer?  :-\

I don't keg so everything I have is in bottles. I just moved so have nothing fermenting right now. 

Here's what I have bottled:

2 Ordinary Bitters
Citra IPA (only one bottle of this left... :( )
Smoked Porter
Robust Porter
Imperial Stout
Scotch Ale

Title: Re: Just curious...
Post by: brew-witch on June 08, 2010, 03:24:49 AM
Damn...how do some of you have the time to brew so much beer?  :-\

So, that was part of my reason for posting this question to begin with... but I will continue that in a new post so everyone can still have a chance to post their lists here.
Title: Re: Just curious...
Post by: a10t2 on June 08, 2010, 04:09:02 AM
My kegerator will hold seven kegs - actually, I think I could shoehorn in an eighth, I just don't have one (yet). But, since I usually have something in there fermenting or lagering, there are usually 5-6 beers on tap. And almost always 1-2 fermenting or conditioning.

Right now, on tap: Berliner Weisse, Porter, Black Lager, THA Clone, Tripel
Lagering: Oktoberfest
Conditioning: Barrel-Aged Oatmeal Stout
Fermenting: Triple IPA, APA

That means I have two fermenters open, which isn't unusual since the move. Tragically, I now have fewer people coming by to help me drink. :'(
Title: Re: Just curious...
Post by: majorvices on June 08, 2010, 11:15:15 AM
Damn...how do some of you have the time to brew so much beer?  :-\

Not sure what you mean? I just fill the fermenters when they are empty.  ;)
Title: Re: Just curious...
Post by: bluesman on June 08, 2010, 11:17:36 AM
Damn...how do some of you have the time to brew so much beer?  :-\

For the love of beer....what else.  8)
Title: Re: Just curious...
Post by: dbarber on June 08, 2010, 12:51:57 PM
On tap:
Scottish 70
APA
Munich dunkel

Kegged:
scotch ale
doppelbok
Flanders red
Brett beer

Conditioning:
cider
perry
orange blossom mead
oaked tripel
Belgian dark strong with brett and sour cherries

Fermenting:
Biere de Garde

Bottled:
sour cherry melomel
blueberry melomel
cyser
cider
RIS
Belgian pale ale
Title: Re: Just curious...
Post by: mnblues on June 08, 2010, 04:14:44 PM
Bottled:
2-Hearted Clone
NB extra pale ale
NB Belgian Wit

Fermenting:
Jamil's Evil Twin
Title: Re: Just curious...
Post by: fritzeye on June 08, 2010, 08:22:12 PM
tap 1: Rye PA
tap 2: IPA
conditioning in cornie: 2.5 gals. of Jamils Baltic Porter
bottle conditionaing:  2.5 gals of Jamil's Baltic Porter
in secondary:  Drew's Gumball Head Clone (see stoutguy.com)
in primary: Jamil's Saison

not great, but pretty good for a city slicker.
Title: Re: Just curious...
Post by: The Naked Brewer on June 08, 2010, 10:04:20 PM
On Tap: Nothing yet (still assembling kegerator)
Bottled:
   Vanilla Bourbon Porter
   Oaked Bourbon Porter
   Tangerine Wit
   Barley Wine
   Wheat Wine
   Raspberry Brown Ale
   Holiday Spiced Ale
   Marion Berry Melomel
Fermenting:
   Pliny The Elder clone
   Pale Ale
   Obsidian Stout clone
   White Sage Wit
Title: Re: Just curious...
Post by: papasan on June 08, 2010, 10:29:44 PM
I, too, am envious.  Still bottling only.  Had my homebrewing career's 3rd anniversary party in May which depleted my stock, but still have some of the following around -

Mitchenator Altbier
Love Potion #9 Irish Red Rye
St. Patty's Stout
Brew Moon Wit
Steven's What the Helles
Papa's Heffeweizen

And bottled a batch of Buzzsaw Brown clone last weekend, and planning on brewing an IPA this weekend.