Originally Posted by crash1292
very nice job....although you might reach your brew limit in about 2 months with that rig
The key now is to consume the beer at a similar rate I am brewing to keep the pipeline flowing.
All in the name of perfecting the perfect brew.
My plan is to brew every two weeks minimum. I will eventually brew some Ale’s during the winter months to fill in the gaps and allow me to age the lagers longer. Right now I am so anxious to try the beer's I am rushing things a bit. I have noticed subtle differences in the beers as they age in the secondary or serving keg and realize the benefit. Once I incorporate the secondary mash tun I will be able to brew 15 gallon batches and that will equate to 30 gallons a month. This will give me enough reserves that I can experiment with smaller batches in between. My ultimate goal is different than most home brewers. My goal is to test many styles and decide on a favorite. Once I decide I want to brew it consistently and perfect it over time. I’m not as interested in constantly trying new styles as much as perfecting one really good one. Multiple smaller batches actually take up more space than the larger ones will. My capacities are 30 gallons in primary, 20 – 30 gallons in secondary and 40 gallons in serving. Total that’s nearly 100 gallons in the pipeline. I'm not sure if I will ever reach that volume but is interesting to think about.