« on: August 16, 2014, 08:44:18 AM »
Some interesting products in there. Particularly the corny keg dry hoppers. Looks like you could get a lot of hops in there.
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If you have the capacity to brew up enough for your 26 gallon barrel all at once then here is what I would to-
4 wks in advance, brew up a simple flanders red recipe with 1 pack of WY Roselare. Let it ferment out for 1 mos in primary.
After 1 mos, brew up your 26 gallons for the barrel, rack the initial flanders red into secondary, and split up the yeast cake for your barrel beer (not sure if you planned on primary fermenting in the barrel or not). You will have more than enough yeast/bacteria to ferment the barrel batch and the successive pitch of Roselare will get a bit sour a bit faster than the first pitch. This will also give you a flanders red (the initial batch) for topping up the barrel or adding fruit too, etc...
That would suck on a bike.
Yeah. Time to get off when you see that coming!
How is a scansnap different than a regular feed through scanner? I'm brain dead, so google isn't helping me.
The Calendar has begun... needs more beers though. Thanks for the inspiration so far.I will try and remember to share the rough draft. Still dont know what to brew in early sept to have for fall/ early winter though... I can keg for fast drinking if needed. anybody?