Originally Posted by ryno1ryno
I was thinking about bottling one bottle per day and label them. Then eventually start drinking them and write down when they taste good.
Why bottle one per day? I don't "get it".
bottling is bottling. There is no advantage to bottling early, but the advantages of waiting until the beer is clear to bottle simply mean less crap in the bottle. Bottling one per day means each one may have incrementally less crap in them, but each would be incrementally more oxidized as well. So what's the advantage? I guess I just don't "get" the point.
When the beer is ready to bottle, bottle the whole batch. Then maybe try one every week or so, if you want to see how conditioning affects each bottle.