Well things with brewing had not been going so well for me lately. I had a pumpkin ale that failed to carbonate in the bottles even after 3 months of trying different methods. Then I had Jamil's chocolate porter turn out tasting like complete junk, even after again for 2 and a half months, just waaay to sweet, and overpowering chocolate due to my mistakes, not the beers fault. Before those two, i had numerous batches that tasted awesome and everyone liked, but they still discouraged me none the less, especially with Jamil's costing $60 to brew, and money is tight these days.
So i decided to give it one last hurrah and brew a wheat beer and a lager about a month back. The wheat I just tasted today for the first time, and WOW. Its so good, and everyone just loves it. The lager was just transferred to the secondary and is lagering away, but it smells and looks awesome, and the hydrometer tests taste good too
Needless to say im pretty happy that at least these brews seem to have went my way, and am anxious to get going AG next month.