Brewing With Total Confidence
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Discussion in 'Introductions' started by Ozarks Mountain Brew, Apr 30, 2018.
Man, love all that great wood.
Nice house! looks like acreage out back there. i see them hop bines on thier way up your patio structure.
It's nothing outrageous just red fir t&g paneling.
This is inside the brewery. We were just building a covered patio structure and it ended up being a 16x28 addition to the house. We open doors and windows in summer to brew but use fans and just windows for winter brewing. Will switch from propane to all electric eventually. That's a cedar rail frame that has the twine attached and goes to the brewery eves. Hops are almost across already. You have to train them daily to make them go horizontal. They add on 1 to 2 ft a day depending how warm it gets.
Should I feel guilty?
Your analysing the latest beer, right? IMPORTANT WORK. I hope the noise doesn't bother you.
Now thats a lawnmower beer without having to mow the lawn.
I think we can all agree that’s the BEST lawnmower beer!
Grass grows quicker in summer tooo = more beer for you to watch the missus MOW!
She’s great with a snow shovel, too. The all season wife!
Ah an allrounder my wife is simmilar you should see her in action with a wipper snipper (brushcutter) its SCARY full throttle grass slaughter!
Yes we go through lots of cable...
1 up @jeffpn. My wife and the neighbors wife mowing the boat launch area! They had an excellent supervisor.
Guess what was in the hand not taking the picture.
Dudes aren’t supposed to take pictures of their feet like that. That’s what the ladies do!
awe common thats a statement pure and simple
Yup I was sitting back in the lawn chair with a cold one in my hand supervising.
I'm watching you...
Lawn is anything but green, we've had the driest and warmest May since they started to record weather 150 years ago. Water supplies are getting scarce but our well is hopefully not in the danger zone, but we're saving it for garden; flowers, vegetables etc and not on the lawn.
However, myself, I'm trying my best not to keep as dry as the weather
How do you chill your wort down? Thats a reason we came up with No Chill on Aus to save on water.
So, should we call you “Feet First” now...
Priorities I do chill my wort, with kettle in a large basin filled with cold water and with a immersion chiller, but I return the used water to a 200L barrel for later use in the garden.
Great ideah! Im still getting around to getting a little pump so i can recalculate my cool pool water through my coil on brew day. Ill get there too many beers get in the road of a good ideah!
Me and my son getting ready to run a 5k on the 4th of July.