Originally Posted by AVLbrewing
Sounds like you are getting it all dialed in! What did you brew btw?
I brewed one of my house recipe's called Hop on Blonde. Hop on Blonde has only been the same recipe a few times, started as a light lager and is now fermenting with ale yeast. Hop on Blonde like my brewery has been evolving and Im trying to get it dialed in. I originally created this recipe for my wife to drink because she likes light beers with lower alcohol content (she is a blonde in case you are wondering
). I have not been 100% happy with it and have been trying to dial it in. I have the grain profile I like down but with this batch I plan on experimenting with multiple dry hop profiles when I transfer to the kegs and hopefully will settle on a permanent "Hop on Blonde". Hop on Blonde is a dry beer with light body, complex fruity hop profile, has a crisp clean lager finish and a little high level CO2 bite. My intention this brew was to make it a little lighter but I ended up on the high side of my gravity due to the extra boil off and gained efficiency. Its a work in progress for sure. I will post the recipe when I get it dialed in.