If you like big, bold American IPAs you'll love the Myrcenery. I think it stripped a little enamel off my teeth.
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During the first few days of fermentation, it's all about fighting against the heat generated by the fermentation to keep a steady temperature - No heating required, that's for sure.
Here on the western slope we got zero snow this winter, but now you'd think we lived in Cambodia with all the rain we've had.
Edit: I see now why you thought I underpicthed, sean. It was a 12 gallon batch but I pitched it in separate carboys, 13 gms each. So the total would have been 26 grams. My bad.
Can you describe it perhaps? I keep seeing it and the price is quite decent. I'm curious as to its flavor profile...is it a lighter gin with less flavor (ie., something hovering between London dry and vodka?), or is it a fairly straight ahead competitor to the juniper-packed British gins, or is it an offbeat sort with other dominant flavors?
US-05 ale yeast straight from brick (about 13 gms) and, as was mentioned above, I get a character that reminds me of diacetyl. I'm pretty confident it is not diacetyl.
Hey Sean, I haven't tried it yet but there is a new distillery in Denver started by one of our brew club members.
Downslope distilling, they have made quite a name for themselves.
including a 1535 gallon demi jon
Now I would have posted the pics but apparently I can not figure that out so here are the links instead.
In my college days at Purdue a popular bumper sticker was POTFH!.It still is!