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MullerBrau wrote:Mine went from 1.135 to 1.021 on a yeast cake of US-05 from a blonde ale. I fermented it in a controlled cool environment but it went in about 4-5 days. I made 11 gallons in 2010 and still have about 20 bottles left. Denny's Old Stoner modified.
turbo_ale wrote:That is extremely quick. Did you experienced overflow through a blowoff tube, were you temp controlled?
My 1.100 Belgian Dark Strong gassed off for at least seven days and over flowed out the blowoff tube.
I know the formula (1.126-1.020)*131= abv but when I put it in EZ Brew 1.95, it says 15.9%. Makes me wonder if it is not a linear relationship when you go real big.stusiegel wrote:I recently did a Barleywine on a yeast cake from a Pliny The Elder clone (SG was 1.068 and FG was 1.016 - so not to big DIPA).
I let the Barleywine ferment for 11 days. SG was 1.126. FG was 1.020. Fermented at 67F. I did it with a blowoff tube but the lid to my 6 1/2 gallon fermentor still popped off once.
The calculated alcohol is a whopping 13.91%
stusiegel wrote:I soaked 4 ozs of oak chips in Jim Beam Black for several days then thru all of it into the Barley Wine while in secondary. Left it there for 10 days I think. The oak and Jim Beam elevated the flavors of the Barley Wine into it becoming a spectacular beer. So I got a 13.91% beer with some Jim Beam and oak flavor. Freakin Awesome!
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