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Kind of a slow day at work, plus it’s a Monday so I don’t feel like working. I don’t remember what the details I provided regarding my sour ale were so I figured I would post this since it technically is a different beer. About two months ago I brewed a Saison using the recipe here .
Posted | By: 95 Comments I began washing and harvesting my own yeast about a year ago. I got excited and harvested 4 jars from 4 batches in the first month, leaving me with 16 jars of 4 different yeasts. Since I usually brew twice per month, I had a ton of yeast just sitting in my fridge.
As a father of a five year old daughter, I get to immerse myself in playtime with several toys that I would have never touched as a kid myself. It's nice to finally be able to take some of that playtime and turn it in to a usefully homebrew application. The Easy Bake Oven for instance... If a light bulb can bake a cake, why can't it warm up my fermenters in the winter months? The Hardware
How to Make A Heat Stick Use and make at your own risk. Only use with a GFI outlet otherwise you could die!
Cheap 'n' Easy Batch Sparge Brewing Revised 4/2/08 - revisions in boldface Italics Some homebrewers aspire to someday go pro. Some homebrewers like to use pro style systems and techniques for their homebrewing endeavors. Some homebrewers get their kicks from designing fancy automated systems for the brewing. Not me....I like the simple, hands on approach to brewing.
I've brewed a good number of one gallon batches (view the list... here ) in my day, and I'd like to share some things to consider while trying it for yourself. Overall, its a great way to experiment, to get in a small batch of something simple, to brew a batch as a yeast starter, or to use the vessels for tertiary aging with added flavors. Both my Mother and Grandma drink cheap bulk Carlo Rossi wines by the 3 & 4 liter jug. Not really sure why, nor how they get through the whole thing before it gets even nastier. But, somehow it makes them happy, and I get as many jugs as I need.