General brewing information, questions and discussion. Topics that do not seem to fit elsewhere.
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- Light Lager
- Posts: 30
- Joined: Thu Mar 22, 2001 3:08 pm
- Location: Lancaster, CA, US
After a lengthy hiatus of converting to an all-grain brewing system I'm finally back-up and brewing (and keeping up with this forum). This past President's Day myself and asst. brewer Push Eject made a Belgian Saison that is STILL fermenting madly (cannot keep the temperature high enough to please the yeast, so they are working at half-speed). So far it smells, looks, and tastes amazing. I love all-grain.
- Double IPA
- Posts: 215
- Joined: Fri May 18, 2001 5:36 am
Wait till you taste it,guaranteed, you'll never be able to go back, and all of a sudden even your most favourite commercial beer will seem somewhat lacking in flavour.This is it for the rest of your life now!
- Imperial Stout
- Posts: 561
- Joined: Sun Dec 31, 2000 11:37 am
- Location: Ohio
Welcome to the AG crowd, Sven. This is it for the rest of your life now--you've joined the leagues of us who have MGD (mad grain disease)