I'm pretty excited for that first drink.. any thoughts toward tasting before bottling.. then do the bottling process..
I always take a final hydrometer reading before bottling or kegging; then drink the hydrometer sample. At this point you can get a pretty good idea what the finished beer will taste like.
"They don't think it be like it is, but it do." - Oscar Gamble
"It is what it is." -Erich Fried
Yup! The hydrometer sample is always for tasting
Bottled: Beefy Brown Ale, Not too Pale Ale, Holiday Celebration Winter Warmer,Hoppy Weizen, Sweetwater 420 clone
In Primary: Nothing
In Secondary: Nothing
Up Next: Not sure!