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Looks like the image I posted before got moved on Photobucket. Trying again!

Sierra Nevada Torpedo IPA Clone. No-chilled, no-finings IPA. 2 weeks in the keg and she dropped out like this. Clear as a bell! Tasted awesome.
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That's clear..............

What yeast did you use?

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Just Wyeast 1056. It was my understanding that it didn't floc that well!

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Nath83 wrote:Looks like the image I posted before got moved on Photobucket. Trying again!
I added the image as an attachment to the post. This way it will stay on the server as long as this forum is alive :)

I actually changed all the photos in this thread to attachments. It is easy to do and secures them for the lifetime of the forum: Simply use the "Upload attachment" option below the text area and place it inline using the "Place inline" button.

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niels wrote:
Nath83 wrote:Looks like the image I posted before got moved on Photobucket. Trying again!
I added the image as an attachment to the post. This way it will stay on the server as long as this forum is alive :)

I actually changed all the photos in this thread to attachments. It is easy to do and secures them for the lifetime of the forum: Simply use the "Upload attachment" option below the text area and place it inline using the "Place inline" button.

Niels
Great to know! Thanks, Niels!

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Nath83 wrote:Just Wyeast 1056. It was my understanding that it didn't floc that well!
not very quickly, but it drops very clear (as you have seen!) in time, especially in the cold. makes very bright beers

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My latest Saison, very nice with taste the of cloves, pepper and a hit of ginger.
Really enjoying this one. :drink:
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roof terrace, 2 very similar looking beers on draught, both hoppy 100% brett trois ales, both children of the braumeister. one a 4%abv summer beer called AmMo Pale (amarillo/mosaic) and the other a big 7%abv fruit bomb IPA, heavy on normal c-hops + citra, called Twisted Kipper. local spiced sausage and a diverse cheese plate. a great may sunday afternoon.
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Batz wrote:My latest Saison, very nice with taste the of cloves, pepper and a hit of ginger.
Really enjoying this one. :drink:
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That one looks great mate....I have really got to get around to brewing a Saison. :beer:
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Nath83 wrote: 2 weeks in the keg and she dropped out like this. Clear as a bell! Tasted awesome.
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Wow - that's really clear considering no finings were used.

For the two weeks in a keg - did you keep it at around 0C (32F)?
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cpa4ny wrote:
Nath83 wrote: 2 weeks in the keg and she dropped out like this. Clear as a bell! Tasted awesome.
20140510_143725_zpsdb003fac.jpg
Wow - that's really clear considering no finings were used.

For the two weeks in a keg - did you keep it at around 0C (32F)?
Fantastic colour as well...looks great. :cheers:
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Nath83 wrote:Looks like the image I posted before got moved on Photobucket. Trying again!

Sierra Nevada Torpedo IPA Clone. No-chilled, no-finings IPA. 2 weeks in the keg and she dropped out like this. Clear as a bell! Tasted awesome.
20140510_143725_zpsdb003fac.jpg
this looks amazing - have you shared the recipe??

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cpa4ny wrote:
Nath83 wrote: 2 weeks in the keg and she dropped out like this. Clear as a bell! Tasted awesome.
20140510_143725_zpsdb003fac.jpg
Wow - that's really clear considering no finings were used.

For the two weeks in a keg - did you keep it at around 0C (32F)?
Yep this one was sitting at 0C. My dip tube had about an inch cut from it so I guess that had something to do with it as well.

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luk-cha wrote:
Nath83 wrote:Looks like the image I posted before got moved on Photobucket. Trying again!

Sierra Nevada Torpedo IPA Clone. No-chilled, no-finings IPA. 2 weeks in the keg and she dropped out like this. Clear as a bell! Tasted awesome.
20140510_143725_zpsdb003fac.jpg
this looks amazing - have you shared the recipe??
Thanks! - I have not just yet. I'll try to remember to grab it tonight when I get home!

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Dicko wrote:
Batz wrote:My latest Saison, very nice with taste the of cloves, pepper and a hit of ginger.
Really enjoying this one. :drink:
saison 002.JPG
That one looks great mate....I have really got to get around to brewing a Saison. :beer:
You do it mate, next time I'll leave out the spices. The first one I brewed was the best, it's all about the yeast not spices.


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