Inventoried ingredients, organized Beer Smith, made two recipes to get rid of older grain quickly, purchased new ingredients for the next month and watched an air lock bubble. Now I'm on a forum talking about it.......
brewed a danish pils. decoction mash... yay! oh - flooded my kitchen twice (just water) filling pots and forgetting... TWICE!- that's a record. also started a wild apple banana ferment- one of the oak dowells from a lambic batch is jammed all up in there...
"i like to drink. I do it all the time, every day."- anthony jeselnik
Bottled the first batch of my own recipe of nelgs pale and cleaned about 80 bottles to bottle up my other pale tomorrow...had to clear my schedule for march no days off except for tomorrow..which of course will be brew day!
My parents dropped off a pound of honey from a local farm near the neighborhood I grew up. I will be using it in a saison. It was trade for me dog sitting for them, well that and a growler of beer from Carton Brewing.
Went to the LHBS today and picked up some Centennial hops for dry hopping my current batch as well as some Simcoe since they were in stock along with some new bottle caps they got in and some priming sugar.
__________________ No yeast, no beer. No beer, no civilization. Therefore, we really have yeast to thank for all our modern-day conveniences and tasty beer