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Old 05-05-2014, 07:17 PM   #11
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yeah, i'd keep regular long-necks to under 3 vols, in fact i wouldn't do more than 2.5 just in case the bugs in the sour continue to work away.

i'm a high-pressure bottle hoarder, so i have enough around to always bottle in thick glass. i put all my sours in thick glass because i generally like them highly carbonated (3 vols or higher).

What hops should I grow? Hop grower's comparison table. Looking for cheap honey?

Drinking: a hop-bursted IPA w/ Conan, a farmhouse with ECY08 & brett blend
Fermenting: sour cherry mead
Aging: a bunch of belgian and soured stuff, and acerglyn.
Up next: either an imperial stout or something to use up my homegrown hops... TBD.
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