28 October 2007

posted by benjy edwards

We didn’t brew this weekend, as we were busy on Saturday celebrating our son Colin’s first birthday, but on Sunday I did find time to rack the Palmer’s clone out of primary.  One fermenter went into the pin, the other went into a corny keg.  Both were dry-hopped with 1.75 ounces of Styrian Goldings.  The gravities were the same, they dropped to 1.016.  If we assume a two point drop in the cask, that will give 4.1% ABV.  It tasted great from the primaries, so I’m looking forward to tapping one next weekend.  The two primaries went into storage in the cold fridge for brewing on Saturday.

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