A few friends and I are doing 60gal of Black Barley Wine to fill a Buffalo Trace Bourbom Barrel. Kicking off the new year right with beer for next winter.
Why can't every day be a Brew day?
You Stay Classy Brew Nation!!
"He who dies with the most beer didn't drink enough!!"
(that's from me)
wow 60 gallons! Awesome. Im doing a batch (10 gal) of BM's Centennial.
What made it special, made it dangerous.
Trying to plan a Saison for the 1st, not sure if I can get the yeast I need in time. Either way, it will be the first brew of the new year! (I know, its terribly out of season for a Saison, but damn I love them )
Saison here as well, with rye, caraway, lemon and orange peel.
Most likely a Hefe
Catch the next Triple Barrel Brewcast Broadcasting now 4/1/13 tune in and enjoy
Three Floyds Alpha King inspired by this post: http://www.homebrewtalk.com/f39/three-floyds-alpha-king-fans-279471/
Have all the ingredients! I love brew day.
Brewing my Christmas present on New Years Day: a Northern Brewer dry irish stout kit. I get to use my other present, a camp stove, for the first time as well.
Caribou Slobber brown ale from northern. Went so fast last time that this time I am thinking I will stash 20+ bottles in the garage loft for 6 or so months.
Sierra Nevada Pale Ale and Celebration Ale clone from Recent BYO issue. Helping get a buddy into the hobby by brewing some classics and personal favorites.
12 gallons of Citra Amber Ale