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Why can just the professionals have all the fun? Why can't there be a place for us to show off our home made talents.

Post pictures of finished beer pours, fermenting beer, brewing process, equipment, and recent projects.
 
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I will start this off with a nice grainy basement picture

here are my sours:



Bottom left: Lambic - brewed solely on a starter made from Canitllon Iris yeast
Middle bottom: Brett Pale ale (made with Orval and Sanctification dregs), will be getting 9 lbs of Masumoto Peaches
Right: Berliner Weiss with 6lbs of Masumoto Nectarines
Top Left (small gallon growler): Soured Saison with 2lbs apricots
Top Right: Berliner Weiss (same batch as other BW) with 2lbs of Guava from a friend's tree (will add more), 1.5lbs of Passion Fruit (will add more), and 3lbs of Mangos
 
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I will start this off with a nice grainy basement picture

here are my sours:



Bottom left: Lambic - brewed solely on a starter made from Canitllon Iris yeast
Middle bottom: Brett Pale ale (made with Orval and Sanctification dregs), will be getting 9 lbs of Masumoto Peaches
Right: Berliner Weiss with 6lbs of Masumoto Nectarines
Top Left (small gallon growler): Soured Saison with 2lbs apricots
Top Right: Berliner Weiss (same batch as other BW) with 2lbs of Guava from a friend's tree (will add more), 1.5lbs of Passion Fruit (will add more), and 3lbs of Mangos

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I will start this off with a nice grainy basement picture

here are my sours:



Bottom left: Lambic - brewed solely on a starter made from Canitllon Iris yeast
Middle bottom: Brett Pale ale (made with Orval and Sanctification dregs), will be getting 9 lbs of Masumoto Peaches
Right: Berliner Weiss with 6lbs of Masumoto Nectarines
Top Left (small gallon growler): Soured Saison with 2lbs apricots
Top Right: Berliner Weiss (same batch as other BW) with 2lbs of Guava from a friend's tree (will add more), 1.5lbs of Passion Fruit (will add more), and 3lbs of Mangos
Exposed pellicle: NSFW. Reported.
 
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So my bothers hobby is woodworking. Here is a picture of me while he teaches me how to make my own mash paddle. The next day I ran him thorough a brew session. It was a great weekend.


that is awesome. I made my own mash paddle, but took a cheap and easy route. I took a pizza peel, cut down the sides then cut a design out.

 
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The other day I decided to see how my sours had been doing

Left to Right
Halvtreds, two in the middle are from Split Batch Sour Red and the one on the end is Petite Framboise d'Ete

Halvtreds is 18 months old sour lager with nectarines and peaches. I'll probably keg it this weekend to test it at temperature and carbonation but it might get a fresh addition on fruit.

Both split batches could also be packaged but I want to brew a beer to go on top of the yeast/bug cake
 
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The other day I decided to see how my sours had been doing

Left to Right
Halvtreds, two in the middle are from Split Batch Sour Red and the one on the end is Petite Framboise d'Ete

Halvtreds is 18 months old sour lager with nectarines and peaches. I'll probably keg it this weekend to test it at temperature and carbonation but it might get a fresh addition on fruit.

Both split batches could also be packaged but I want to brew a beer to go on top of the yeast/bug cake
No reason not to save the trub in a jar to repitch. Even with wild beers, adding fresh wort to all the crap in the bottom is way overpitching.
 
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Wow this thread is already hhhhhnnnnngggggg as fuck.

Here's some contributions:

1. Mashing/pasteurizing blueberries (what a delicious smell that creates), then racking a saison over them:





2. The army of homebrews fermenting away in my buddy John's garage bathroom:





3. Few brewing sights are as pretty as a beautiful swirl on a stout just before boiling:



4. Some of my brewing friends still fly sparge. I don't judge them too harshly. ;)



5. Our usual brewing area:



6. Chickens are a common visitor to our brew days:

 
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Wow this thread is already hhhhhnnnnngggggg as fuck.

Here's some contributions:

1. Mashing/pasteurizing blueberries (what a delicious smell that creates), then racking a saison over them:





2. The army of homebrews fermenting away in my buddy John's garage bathroom:





3. Few brewing sights are as pretty as a beautiful swirl on a stout just before boiling:



4. Some of my brewing friends still fly sparge. I don't judge them too harshly. ;)



5. Our usual brewing area:



6. Chickens are a common visitor to our brew days:

Looks like lots of fun. Great pictures!!
 
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