Working. But I MAY head out to the off-road races after work to help out the brewing club with a beer tasting event. (we are the "experts" who will enlighten those doing the tasting.)
And thanks for this nifty giveaway!
dragginrabbit, I think you've taken KGB09's words out of context. He says there is no need to boil snow to make it safe to drink. Then he offers up suggestions to easy people's minds about consuming snow if they have any trepidation about it. He says he thinks using snow for brewing is a great...
You only let it sit for about 20 minutes. You cold crashed this. Swirl it around a bit after it has warmed up a little, let it sit for about 10 minutes, and you should see the different layers.
Did you add any sterilized, de-oxygenated water to this?? It looks awfully dark.
People, people, people. It doesn't need to be purified or filtered or anything like that. It's going to boil in your kettle for an hour... Using snow is not a gimmick. It's fun. Why not use it?
We have a guy in our homebrew club who uses snow in the winter and Lake Superior water in the...