Just finished bottling the White House Honey Porter (an all-grain version I created from the recipe at whitehouse.gov). Nice beer - regardless of your political leanings I'd recommend it. Tasted my Anno 2014 Maerzen - very nice, has the nutty/malty flavors I always wanted in a Maerzen but was never able to get. It has about two to three more weeks to lager, then packaging. Will likely be my Oktoberfest entry for this year. And yes, the name is a riff on Anno 1050. Tasted my "Kentucky Funk", a funky version of a Kentucky Common. Hard to describe - the nose is almost cidery but no cider flavor in the beer, the beer itself has some rather interesting flavors. I've clarified it with gelatin - necessary due to a brewing error, I ran out of propane while trying to sanitize the wort prior to souring so didn't get a good hot break. I'm holding it cold for a while to clarify and clean up the flavors some more. Koelsch/Koelleweizen is coming along nicely. The Koelleweizen is in the bottle and quite tasty (it's Koelsch fermented with Hefeweizen yeast). The Koelsch gets packaged on Wednesday. Next brew is a Belgian Blonde made with homemade candi syrup. In planning, Agave Blonde and Berliner Weisse. I'd also like to try another Kotbusser. Cheers!