- Jul 21, 2016
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Brewing doesn’t take much energy, and I can set aside a few hours for a brewday without a lot of advance planning.You certainly impress me. Idk how you have time or energy to brew during and after harvest/storage season
Glad you found the time! My fathers in the greenhouse nursery business and it was a busy busy year. He just closed for the season so I have a feeling he’s going to pretty much hibernate lolBrewing doesn’t take much energy, and I can set aside a few hours for a brewday without a lot of advance planning.
Yesterday I finished delivering a 5000 bushel wheat contract, which consisted of roughly equal parts waiting for the truck to get full, driving to and from the grain elevator (about an hour, round trip) and waiting in line at the elevator. Lather, rinse, repeat, 6 times over a couple of days. Today there wasn’t anything that absolutely had to be done right now, my wife is the guest of honor at a belated birthday lunch/quilting party organized by a couple of her friends, so I have the afternoon to brew. Being self employed and living in the middle of nowhere, where there aren’t a lot of other distractions helps.
Sorry for the delay, didn't see the notification until just now.Im incredibly curious about that. I've only played with cinnamon in a few ciders, but I'm trying to formulate an oatmeal cookie stout type recipe and had debated tossing some cinnamon sticks into the fermenter with the vanilla, but im afraid the little buggers will be overpowering. If you dont mind my asking, what kind of additions are you doing and what kinda flavors are you achieving??