Brewing With Total Confidence
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Good work, hope it turns out even better than last batch.
Yeah, that looks dangerously close to a boil over mess. Keep an eye on it, and good luck.
[ATTACH] Today, I bottled an IPA that I brewed on 10/28/19. It was nice to have the help of my supportive and understanding wife, whose brother...
Don’t eat words, just drink beer
Trialben, as you advised earlier, you should be drinking your mistake, not getting your garden drunk.
[ATTACH] Home brew at our camp in the San Bernardino National Forest this past June. That was a tasty beer!
[ATTACH] Lift off! Yesterday’s brew session.
[ATTACH] And fermentation has commenced, now I’ll be waiting and watching for 3 to 4 weeks before bottling.
Yes thunderwagn, I always make small batches (for the 11 months that I’ve been brewing). Today’s batch was my 10th.
Like yours, my wife makes a...
[ATTACH] [ATTACH] Pre-boil gravity sample, then OG sample with about 1.5 gallons split between 2 fermenters.
Time to let the yeast do their work....
That stove is MINE, and I let the missus use it when she wants. In our house, I do most of the cooking and cleaning, while she by far earns most...
[ATTACH] And here is my homemade hop spider that I just made yesterday.
[ATTACH] Boil achieved without any mess.
[ATTACH] [ATTACH] Mash begins and ends.
[ATTACH] Inspiration for my brew day; mash is almost complete.
I always try my best to keep the sticky mess at bay - wish me luck.
Everything is ready to brew Herm’s Celebration IPA, including a sparkling clean stove top.
I bought grains and yeast to brew my own version of Sierra Nevada Celebration IPA. Also, I repurposed an extra Insinkerator flange as a hop...
Right now enjoying Sierra Nevada Celebration IPA. I think this is my favorite beer.
I brewed another version of my own APA today, hitting my numbers well. I just might be getting the hang of this homebrew thing.