I just upgraded to a 6 tap system. (from 3)and I want to get a few fast beers in there. Any suggestions?
I was figuring a cream ale would be one of them. So I know you can't rush perfection... But I just want a few fill in beers that have been brewed and turned out good with a short window.
Wheats are quick...
Orfy's Mild is very quick. From brewing to drinking from keg in ~14 days is possible.
A few of my favorites are English mild, brown ale, and ordinary bitters. All of which can be ready in about two weeks.
This one has a quick turnaround and is really tasty.http://www.homebrewtalk.com/f70/bee-cave-brewery-bavarian-hefeweizen-35679/
A simple pale ale maybe? Or a hefe.
Thanks for the fast replies. plenty of choices here already. I will try to do two batches this weekend.
Thanks a lot!
Any low to mid gravity beer with the fast flocculating English yeast strain. The English ale yeast is amazingly fast fermenting and flocs out clear in a day or two. You could probably ferment in 7 days and go straight to the keg.
ed wort's haus pale ale is fast and awesome
I've done my Kentucky Common 11 days grains to glass and it was a hit. Back before prohibition it was meant to be a cheap, quick turnaround beer.