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No. Its not easy to find in Chicago either.
Weirdly I am enjoying a Hefeweizen during early fall this year.
My problem garage-wise is its attached to the house. At about 18 degrees outside it would get really cold upstairs.
I may just go for it anyway....
OK. I have had enough of this.
Won't get out of the teens for another week here in Chi-town.
Breaking down and doing an extract Dry irish Stout....
Perhaps but I still have never seen a bottle.
So with the major drought in Cali and the new water restrictions are California brewers even going to be able to brew?
Take 65 South through Indiana instead and stop at 3 Floyds in Munster!!
Mainly what is the best way to set up that sort of system?
Right now I am using a bucket full of ice water and pumping that through a copper...
Has anyone had any luck using a plate chiller without a pump?
If so any tips would be appreciated.
I just finished reading "Ambitious Brew: The Story of American Beer" by Maureen Ogle (I recommend it highly) Amazing just how cutthroat the beer...
Keith would have been a "home Distiller" I am sure...
Northern Brewer does the same thing.
Type Blow off krausen or some such in You Tube....LOL
I was misunderstood. I meant that it is craft drinkers "base point" beer. Not that it is a lager-like or BMC like beer at all. I have bought SNPA...
Sn Pale Ale is the craft beer drinker's American Pale Lager.
Can't go wrong with it.
You may be correct. I am going to give it another week and bottle. At worse it will be a bit sweet.
Yes, if fact this ferment went crazy early on. I thought it would be attenuated out after 5 days or so but alas, no.
Thanks for your help. This...