Kegs to be cleaned
Bridged Faith IPA on the right and My Belgian Saison on the left
Always start with a clean work area!
The beginnings of a bottling job
Keeping the Belgian yeast for use in my Belgian Oatmeal Stout. Keep some beer on it and airlock tight.
The leftovers from the Bridged Faith IPA - oak chips and a bunch of hops, oh, and the yeast.
The keg fridge.
Inside the keg fridge. I keep my gas in so can only fit four kegs. Five will fit without the gas, but I don't want to drill more holes.
More storage in the door. The key is to keep the goods cold and ready at a moment's notice.
Bottling the Belgian Saison.
Mmmmm, Belgian goodness!
Knoopster's first mead - gravity and tasting sample on 07/02/07.
My makeshift 3-tier system.
Mmmmm, Belgian Oatmeal Stout. The aroma is intoxicating!
Darkest brew I've made so far. (Belgian Oatmeal Stout)
Ready to sparge. Typically I batch sparge, but using the sprinkler this time.
And away she goes!
More sprinkling. (Belgian Oatmeal Stout)
Into the boil pot.
First Wort Hops Rock!
Corn-Koelshish Thing - see the clarity of kegging?!
Racking the Belgian Oatmeal Stout - dark goodness!
Racking the Belgian Oatmeal Stout.
My little one, playing with the camera.
My assistant brewer Chester.
He doesn't help much...
Self Portrait of a three year old...
Hmm, spit and nose hair...
After a hard day of brewing...
English County FWHfb, sample recipe from the Beersmith software.
English County FWHfb
Is this too much Starsan foam?
Treats for your best friend...
With just spent brewing grains and flour, these are people friendly too. I didn't have the guts to try one though...
$20 for a stainless drip pan - bah!
My Hefe, pretty clear
Mead - brewed 5/07 - pic taken 6/09