beers i have brewed recently

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    Gusr1200s

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    hello all
    Here is a selection of my latest brews
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    kick in the plums (plum and ginger imperial stout)10%abv
    mositra(mosiac/citra APA)6%abv
    kin,ell wetter V6(denali/citra NEIPA ) 6.2% abv
    shot nine times(amarillo/simcoe IPA)5.9% abv
    ex citra ex citra (citra hopped LAMBIC)5.7% aged 12 months
     
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    here what the lambic looked like prior to legging
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    Another NEIPA
    this time experimental 035 and Ekuanot lupulnz hops
     
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    homemade plum and ginger jam into secondary for kick in plums
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    in goes the black gold
     
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    Ex citra ex citra lambic. i am really pleased with this . you can still detect the citrus flavour of the hops with a nice balance of sour and funk going on .well worth the wait!!!
     
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    Lovely looking selection of beers there!
     
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    Looks great.

    How did you go about producing the lambic? Did u use a commercial yeast/bottle dregs/spontaneous fermentation, etc? Did you leave it in primary or transfer off the trub? Did you let the temperature fluctuate with the season or put some sort of control on it?
     
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    Hi
    I used a wyeast 3278 Belgium lambic blend. I left it in primary temp controlled for a month. Then it sat in the garage wrapped in a blanket for 11 months without any form of temp control.
     
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