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  1. Exciting next couple of days of brewing for me -- Bottling the Canadian Blonde refill tonight -- 4 740ml bottles, 5 1/2 liter bottles with 5ml of Pineapple Brewer's Extract, and 5 1/2 liter bottles with 5ml of Apricot Brewer's Extract to have a mix of blonde ale, pineapple blonde ale, and apricot blonde ale ready in a month. Tomorrow I'm going to crack open the first of my Orange Spiced Pumpkin Lager I brewed back in the beginning of August. Sunday I'm going to brew the St. Patrick's Irish Stout refill adding 1/2 cup unsweetened cocoa. Plan for this at bottling time is dividing it up between some bottles of chocolate stout, some bottles of peanut butter chocolate stout (adding 5ml of PB brewer's extract at bottling), and some bottles of dark espresso stout (adding an oz of dark coffee at bottling). Who's excited for me??? Don't all exclaim out loud at once.... Kevin
  2. From the album: Brews

    When I brewed the Churchill's Nut Brown Ale a few months ago, I used some PB Brewer's Extract that my wife had picked up and added 5 ml of it to a few 1/2 liter bottles. This is a picture of one of them that fermented for 21 days, conditioned for about 35, and chilled for a few weeks. Came out really good; a nice dessert or sipping beer. I can't say I would've thought to try this had my wife not picked up the PB extract, but if you're a fan of PB or a darker ale/stout with a nut flavor to it, I'd say give this one a try. The PB flavor is pretty subtle; comes across more like hazelnut to me. Appearance wise, it was really nice -- dark, dark brown with a nice 1/2 inch tan head. Head dissipates a bit throughout but is always there, and this left a fair amount of lacing along the glass.
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