|Brew Lab in Overland Park, Ks.|
|BrewLab Selection of Grains! There are more under the|
counter in 5 g Rubbermaid containers.
|27.7 lbs of grain.|
fills a 5g bucket
|Jake and Ben, hanging out and talking during the mash.|
The 100 qt cooler has a door on top for stirring and additions.
|One of 2 eHERMs systems at BrewLab KC|
|the tripel boiling in|
a 20 gallon kettle
|The Saison boiling in a 20 gallon|
kettle. Looks so small.
Overall it was a fun brew day. But our next batch is going to be a simple straight forward single infusion mash. No complications, no decoctions, no step mash, just simple straight forward beer. I think we all need a break from complication for a while. I think were leaning toward an americanized ESB that John Designed, or maybe a Centennial Blonde. But for you brew geeks, don't worry, Mark and I will be doing another crazy small batch soon, and probably some wine.