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It's time to bottle!

post #1 of 26
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Brown Ale is at 1.016! Looks like just under 5% ABV.


Edited by Bama BBQ - 10/15/13 at 6:07pm
post #2 of 26

WOOT! Kat party at BAMA's!! Just in time, I see a cool front for this weekend!

post #3 of 26

Hey....we need to do a celebratory Taste Test Bama!  Foam you are spot on Dear!

 

Kat

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Hey....we need to do a celebratory Taste Test Bama!  Foam you are spot on Dear!

 

Kat

 

But remember its only 5 gallons.... /wink /wink /wink

post #5 of 26
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I will prime and bottle it tomorrow night. It will be a cpl weeks until it's carbonated. LOL
post #6 of 26

Looks good bama! I love the color. Now..the waiting....

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I will prime and bottle it tomorrow night. It will be a cpl weeks until it's carbonated. LOL

 

Wait, so that is like when the keg is not floating but all the ice is melted? Can we order some stale cold pizza to go with it? Just like the morning after at the Frat house.

 

Just like it says on the Wheaties box!

post #8 of 26

Whine.....2 weeks!  Is it ready yet????

 

Kat :biggrin:

post #9 of 26

Hey Bama

The color looks fantastic--save me a glass

Gary

post #10 of 26

Kat where'd ya get that glass jug of yours. We can help bottle too.  One for Bama, two for you, and two for me, sounds fair! I mean Bama did make it after all......

post #11 of 26

Pearly Gates here in Huntsville....but a buddy of mine gets gallon jugs of wine....he is saving me those!  wink Wink!

 

Kat

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Pearly Gates here in Huntsville....but a buddy of mine gets gallon jugs of wine....he is saving me those!  wink Wink!

Kat
Pearly gates ain't the nicest store in town but she has everything you need for brewin and some good spices for cookin too.
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Pearly Gates here in Huntsville....but a buddy of mine gets gallon jugs of wine....he is saving me those!  wink Wink!

Kat
Pearly gates ain't the nicest store in town but she has everything you need for brewin and some good spices for cookin too.

The lady who helped me was nice....but all I needed was the yeast and the bottle. Bless her heart....she must have had a stroke or something.

Kat
post #14 of 26
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Three little piggies all lined up for bottle conditioning.

post #15 of 26

I think we should name those three!

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I think we should name those three!

 Ham, Sausage, and Bacon

post #17 of 26
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 Ham, Sausage, and Bacon

 

I was thinking more; Foam, Kat, and Bama!

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Well, I couldn't wait anymore Foam. I tapped one of the 6 L jugs tonight. It's an excellent brew. Think Newcastle Brown Ale but with a bit more kick.

Cheers!
Edited by Bama BBQ - 10/29/13 at 4:39pm
post #19 of 26

Well you better be tapping your keg and not mine is all I have to say!

post #20 of 26

Looks like it would really hit the spot. Do you drink it warm or cold?

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