Keith, What about all that healthy eating? JK. It sounds real good. What kind of mushrooms did you use? I'm thinking Crimini would be good.
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I think you could give me an ESB any given day of the week and I'd be happy. Happier still if it was every day.
I just tapped a keg of ESB this past Friday night and it is Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious.
Edit: I've always wanted to use that word for something. So ESB it is!
This thread is just what I needed...time to get brewing again, that lager yeast in the fridge isn't going to pitch itself!
For me a good pils is the best summer beer. Nothing but pilsner malt, some very light noble hopping, and a good, controlled ferment. Years of brewing and drinking heavy, thick, or overly hopped beers made me fairly recently rediscover the simple joy of a good pils.
Guys, I don't know when this hefeweizen is going to get done. I'm in Miami now and most likely will be next week too. Way too much going on right now for brewing.
hey man - I am going to be judging a beer comp down in Miami this weekend - let me know if you want to meet up.
I too keep yeast in sanitized jars for months and months without washing. Haven't had a problem making a starter with 6 month old slurry. Even pitched a jar of one month slurry without a starter and it made a great beer.
I've never had a problem with the last runnings being cloudy...
Me either, and I'm usually stretching the runoff to the point where it's just trickling out to hit my volume.
Same here, and I've even taken to tilting my cooler to make sure I get it all out.