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Unread postby McMullan » Wed Sep 03, 2014 10:28 am

Weather report from Krøderen: 18 degrees C, sunny and calm. Pleasant smell in the kitchen :D

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Re: Weather Report

Unread postby rocketman » Wed Sep 03, 2014 1:26 pm

What's brewing doc? :cheers:
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Re: Weather Report

Unread postby McMullan » Wed Sep 03, 2014 1:37 pm

rocketman wrote:What's brewing doc? :cheers:


My 'house' ale, Ringwood Fortyniner. Got some fresh hop 'cones' from UK. Challenger with AA of 11.52%! Extended (2h) cold break just finished. Back to the 'hassle' of brewing! :cheers:
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Re: Weather Report

Unread postby malzrohr » Wed Sep 03, 2014 1:55 pm

McMullan wrote:
rocketman wrote:What's brewing doc? :cheers:


My 'house' ale, Ringwood Fortyniner. Got some fresh hop 'cones' from UK. Challenger with AA of 11.52%! Extended (2h) cold break just finished. Back to the 'hassle' of brewing! :cheers:


Extended cold brake is a new term to me. How is it performed?
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Re: Weather Report

Unread postby McMullan » Wed Sep 03, 2014 3:25 pm

malzrohr wrote:Extended cold brake is a new term to me. How is it performed?


That's just me talking to myself (again). It's extended relative to my early learning curve. Gone from 15min to 120min. Working for me :D
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Re: Weather Report

Unread postby McMullan » Wed Sep 03, 2014 4:06 pm

If that ain't manually oxygenated I don't know what would be. After shaking 23.5L for about a minute, Thunderstruck (ACDC) started on the radio. I thought, WTF I'll stop when this track is finished. Now it's me 'shaking at the knees' :beerbang:
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Re: Weather Report

Unread postby BrauTim » Wed Sep 03, 2014 5:36 pm

McMullan wrote:If that ain't manually oxygenated I don't know what would be. After shaking 23.5L for about a minute, Thunderstruck (ACDC) started on the radio. I thought, WTF I'll stop when this track is finished. Now it's me 'shaking at the knees' :beerbang:


Just think of it as brewday exercise :)
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Re: Weather Report

Unread postby McMullan » Wed Sep 03, 2014 7:30 pm

BrauTim wrote:Just think of it as brewday exercise :)


Yeah, I reckon I should start a new fitness craze. 'Fermenter Aerobics'. The shakers will be charged £20 per hour (for the 'pleasure') and the brewers will be charged £2 per fermenter shaken. I'd be quids in. 50L BM? I'm now thinking 200L BM! Not one, maybe two? And some staff to fill them. And to dough in. And a big bottle of pure O2 to oxygenate 'em. Unless the aerobics classes run out of fermenters? Shit, this is starting to sound like a sustainable business. Failing that, I'll have to rely on the 'wort aerator' currently travelling at 'the speed of light' through the post.
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