The BSDA bottled up with no issues. I was helped out by my trusty bottling buddy, my youngest. She actually enjoys bottling beer. And she is really good at it.
|Pretty Diverse Menu|
for a beer loving crowd
By far the best casual beer tasting I have ever hosted. They drank all of the beer. They had great feedback on the beer. Over all I think they loved the beer. Grandpa loved the Belgian Strong Dark ale (a bonus beer not on the menu, I force carbonated .5 gallons for fun and brought it along). Father of the Groom loved the AIPA and he said, he doesn't like IPAs...
A couple of them are already beginning home brewers. More of them now want to be. So, I'd call that a win for team home brew. We powered through from 11:00 AM to 5:30 PM.
|Jake evaluating the Sour Blonde|
The rescue beer is dead. Done, The acrid taste wont go away. I've used every trick in the book. So long sailor. The drain awaits you, I did all I could...UPDATE; for grins I hit this one with Saison Bret dregs. It turned into one of the best sours I have ever brewed. It is almost a year later now. And we are just about to bottle this amazing beer.
The scottish export will bottle this coming weekend.
The Centennial Blonde will bottle this weekend if it's at terminal OG.
The old school lager is lagering away at a crisp 38 F.
Miller the Muggle is still percolating, probably bottle next weekend.
Bonus. I have developed a faster method for carbonating beers in bottles. I have tried it now with 5 batches with no ill effects. It works best in two liters, and pet bottles. So stay tuned sports fans, Ill be posting about that soon.