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Creeps McLane

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About Creeps McLane

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  1. 👍 bonsai gets me. That’s a very rare thing
  2. "I want a good girl, she want a gentleman, we saying the same thing like a synonym" - kayne west off of "This Way" by Dilated People. Such a good song. Back when Kayne was in his prime. Sorry, that's what this made me think of.
  3. Its been a long time since i used extract but im pretty sure for a 5 gallon batch youd use two of those 3.3 lb cans. So one can should be good for one lbk batch
  4. Saisons are pretty much why i stopped bottling. I could never predict the outcome. The priming calculator would assume 85% attenuation and id get 110%. Thats why i keg now. Dial it back is all i can say
  5. Well, if you’re trying to clone figlet then id say youd have to steal yeast from bottles of petite prince or some other non barrel aged jester king beer. Theres a ton of brett and lacto in their house strain. Otherwise, theres nothing wrong with the belle saison. I almost exclusively use saisonsteins monster from omega. It really dries out the beer but has a restrained belgian character but keeps the more spicy notes. I hated the french saison strains. Thats just me though. The regular belgian saison strains are usually good if youre looking for a more pronounced belgian apricot type. For figlet id maybe try the C2C american farmhouse strain from omega and let it ferment for 4-6 weeks because of the brett in it. Remember, brett is yeast, its not a bacteria. Theres nothing to fear
  6. Holy hell!!! Where do you live again??? Crazy how much taller yours are than mine
  7. How are them golden hops there @Bonsai & Brew? i got action in my planter
  8. Sorry, i was in a hurry. To me a whirlpool addition with not isomerize while a flameout addition will. Though new info is coming out everyday on the subject.
  9. Thinking about brewing my first sour with extended aging with lacto. But to this question above, I may have a tip. At shells brewery they use cypress foeders which give no real wood flavor. So they actually whirlpool with oak to extract some tannins. That’s what I’m gonna do with my beer. Still deciding between doing things the hard way or just using the roselare blend and forgetting about the beer for a year or so.
  10. Id leave it. Just pretend its 9% when your drinking it
  11. So your 20% ipa only came in at 19%??? We cant stand for this!
  12. Rite brew is the shiznit. I love that place so much.
  13. No fancy equipment needed

     

     

  14. Seriously, what happened? All of a sudden i have twice as many followers and people commenting. This is amazing

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