Kegging the last batch of Open Access Ninja. A week to carbonate and condition then into bottles for shipping to their final destination. This has been such a fantastic collaboration.
Just look at it.
This batch of Best Interest, my English-style mild, may be the clearest beer I’ve ever made, certainly the most out of a recent run of very clear beers. Very happy with that.
I spent my weekend on an enjoyable mix of cellar work and actual relaxing. This is very effective for recharging, at least for me.
My order during Hops Direct’s Father’s Day sale arrived. Some is replenishing go to varieties, some is to play, like starting to experiment with hop water. I plan to try making some to have on tap in addition to beer.
No rest for the wicked. If I want to go on a lovely afternoon date with Andrea, I have to hurry up and finish bottling this batch of Open Access Ninja.
This is how I prefer my brewery: full. There is a beer in each tank and one in a keg. The keg and one tank will be packaged within the week. I will need to brew again, and enjoy doing so, soon.
My latest brewing gadget. Yes, a dehumidifier. Not only to help protect our subcellar from my regular brewing, also a surprisingly enjoyable quality of life upgrade for year round brewing.
I didn’t realize how fast this thing heats up. Quick reflexes saved me from a severe burn, mutant vegan healing power will take care the mild burns by midweek.
No resting on my laurels–onward! Today I am brewing the fourth/last batch of Open Access Ninja. Tomorrow I bottle the third batch.