September 16th, 2004
So my beer I brewed has almost been bottled for 2 weeks.
know what that means?
It's drinkin time.
I can't wait to try it!
I'll post with my thoughts when I do.
When I bottled it, it was quite bitter. I think I left the orange peel in a little too long since I had no good way of straining it out asap. I need to pick up some grain bags for next time I brew (which I plan to do soon, just need to pick a recipe).
Anyway, news will be forthcoming tonight on that one.
Today I had more to do at work, it was good. almost busy at times.
|Date:||September 16th, 2004 01:05 pm (UTC)|| |
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Sheer brilliance, I tell you.Oh, and I'm dumb. I went to vote and then forgot all about giving a call.
no sweat, we'll be in and out tonight if you're around. call me cell-banana.
|Date:||September 16th, 2004 01:34 pm (UTC)|| |
congratulations! Enjoy the beer. :)
My dad's been brewing for ages, and there are still legends about the batch of blackberry champagne that he made eons ago, one mystic bottle of which he's sure is somewhere up in the attic (probably dead spoiled by now).
Yum. I want to start a new batch this weekend; the last one is all but gone.
we have two bottles of badgerbrew left, I'm trying to save them each for a month and two months respectively, so that I can see how it ages.
uh, I'm sure you're well intentioned, but sheesh. it's only a month. =P
well you see, I have other beers around, including my new homebrew.
It's just that particular beer I'm not going to drink for a month.