Clementine’s Molasses Porter – Bottling 007

March 24, 2008 at 8:40 pm Leave a comment


Happy Easter! I am celebrating by breaking out a bottle of homebrew and getting down to business.

I’m bottling Clementine’s Porter today. I’ve decided to do 3 gallons with the normal proportion of dextrose sugar, but for the other 2 gallons I am priming with molasses (at the rate of 1 cup per 5 gallons). I’m only doing two gallons of the molasses-primed stuff because I think it may overpower the beer. But it may be perfect – who knows…

I also have planned a ginger mead with a hint of orange. I am really trying to stockpile my mead and keep up with production so that I don’t have to ration so carefully and can feel free to drink it when I have the urge to do so.

FG 1.011

I’ll go ahead and stick this with the 007 post.

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