Well I just moved from Chicago to West Virginia and I thought I would take the chance to sort of start over in my brewing. I didn't brew for a 6 months before I left in order to empty out my 6 kegs, I did not want to move 6 kegs full of beer. I just got brewing classic styles and I'm excited to create a whole new line up of beers for my kegerator. I'm also taking the time to spend a little extra money and do some DIY projects that have been on my list for a while.
Here's the list of my first 6 brews to be on tap.
1-Peanut Butter Stout
4-BierMuncher's Litehaus Wheat
Here's the list of projects I'm going to try and get done in the next few weeks.
1-Turn my crappy keezer in to a Jester clone
2-Wire an old fridge with a dual temp controller so I never have to worry about fermentation temperature again, and finally be able to brew lagers.
3-Build 2 stir plates.
4-Get my Cascade and Centennial hops out of pots and into the ground.
Lots of pics and questions to follow I'm sure.
But first thing is first, I brewed my peanut butter stout yesterday and it really smells like peanut butter! I hope it comes through in the final beer.