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2005 Rackup

So here are the brews I’ve done this year and those yet to come. E = Extract, EG = Extract with Grains, AG = All-Grain. I think that I may actually squeeze in one more 10 gallon brew taking my total to the 200 gallon limit since we are only spending a week in Atlanta for Christmas, which means I’ll spend the other week here in DE.

Batch Date Type Title gal
25 05-Jan-05 EG Ye Old Porter 5
26 09-Jan-05 EG Nasty Habit Abbey Tripel 5
27 14-Jan-05 EG Oak-Aged Vanilla Porter 5
28 12-Feb-05 EG Berry Beer (for sister) 5
29 25-Feb-05 EG Jim Rossi’s Honey Pale Ale 5
30 20-Mar-05 EG Rainy Day IPA 5
31 26-Mar-05 EG Alucard Strong Dark Belgian 5
32 01-Apr-05 EG Limey Vale Nut Brown 5
33 17-Apr-05 EG Black Honey Ale (for Dad) 5
34 25-Apr-05 AG Living Dead Girl Ale 5
35 29-Apr-05 AG Fergus Scottish Ale 5
36 06-May-05 AG Pig Iron Porter 5
37 21-May-05 AG Hamish Oaked Scotch Ale 5
38 05-Jun-05 AG Little Brave Red Ale 5
39 08-Jun-05 E B3 German Hefeweizen Kit 5
40 12-Jun-05 AG Native Rage IRA 5
41 22-Jun-05 AG Rise & Shine Oatmeal Stout 5
41 27-Jun-05 AG Oak-Aged Vanilla Porter 5
43 09-Jul-05 AG Amarillo Pale Ale 10
44 31-Jul-05 AG Sirius Black Honey Ale 5
45 06-Aug-05 AG Fool’s Initiation APA 10
46 14-Aug-05 AG Queen’s Darkness Imperial Stout 5
47 28-Aug-05 AG Phoenix ESB 5
48 05-Sep-05 AG My Wife’s Nutty Brown Ale 10
49 10-Sep-05 AG Ichabod’s Revenge Pumpkin Ale 5
50 04-Oct-05 AG Kiss of Frost Witbier 10
51 15-Oct-05 AG Ichabod’s Revenge pt2 Pumpkin Ale 5
52 26-Oct-05 AG Peated Scottish Ale 10
53 13-Nov-05 AG Sirius Black Honey Ale 10
54 26-Nov-05 AG Oak-Aged Vanilla Porter 5
55 *Pending AG Nasty Habit Abbey Dubbel 5
56 *Pending AG Homegrown Pale Ale 5

I have some of these recipes in the recipes section of the First State Brewers. I stopped posting any there because I realized not too many of our club members were all-grain brewers, nor did we get many hits to that section of the site. If anyone is interested in a recipe, just write and I’ll get it out there for you.

I wonder – do yeast starters qualify as brewing beer? I’ll be getting a pressure canner for christmas so I can brew some all-grain wort to use as yeast starters. By canning I’ll be able to stick them on a shelf and just pull off quarts as I need them (talk about fast compared to my current method). Nah… it can’t. You don’t drink yeast starters, and I think the law says something about consumption.

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