Monmisreal wrote:Ill be on a brewstreak in the next couple months to prepare for the gnoff
Monmisreal wrote:^ Awesome. Hows the bottling process in the big leagues?
Next week ill try my hand at a Gose beer. Been really taking a liking to this style lately
Monmisreal wrote:Felt like a nice good and heavy beer so I got me a
Figured I should just share that here.
Chris wrote:For your mead, do you boil or not? I've only made it twice, did some boiling for each. One turned out fine, the other (my first) was a let down....but I think maybe for other reasons. I am trying my first non-boil now.
gnoff_the_creep wrote:Today the bi-annual Gothenburg Porter Festival
Yesterday with one day left they had 134 Porter & Stout beers on the list, new record!
Today will be black, and it will be great!
And I'll be
Chris wrote:Congrats. That's a lot of beer.
I wonder if one could get a pin lock keg on the ship if it's disguised as an oxygen tank...
Maybe you could bring larger bottles of porter on board if they could appear as wine.
Monmisreal wrote:Lets see. In Gnoff's six pack I have a Smoked Cayenne Brown Ale and a Jade Bamboo Gose so far. The Gose is a pretty big swing and a miss but oh well, thats the beauty of homebrewing Should be racking the Roasted Chestnut Brown Ale into the secondary in the next couple days. Im hoping I can find some blood oranges soon so I can do a Blood Orange Chocolate Stout
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