21 February 2010

posted by benjy edwards

The Galena IPA has had eight days in the primary, so it was time to rack it.  A sample taken on Saturday showed that it dropped from 1.067 to 1.013, so it’s well over 7% ABV.  I racked both primaries to corny kegs, dry-hopping one with three ounces of Galena grown by our fried Brian Tuwalski in Portland, Oregon.  The other keg was dry-hopped with 1.5 ounces of homegrown Galena and the other 1.5 ounces were commercially-grown Galena.  Both kegs were force-carbonated and put in cold storage until a spot opens in the co2-dispense cooler.

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