Here's a pic. Not very exciting. I'll get some shots during the brewing this weekend.
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Awesome. Did you get the 20L or 50L?
Will you need to run a special circuiting you house for it?
Hey! I'm planning on going, too! We normally have a vacation freeze in August, but my boss made an exception. What a guy! I'm planning to only go to the festival on the 12th, so I'll take the train in on either the 10th or the 11th and heading back on the 13th.
Bachelor or with the ladyperson? I doubt I'll be doing every single day either (that's a lot of beer). Hopefully we can get some more people on board so as to keep apartment rental costs low.
I'm taking my touring bike, and hope to take a few long weekends riding around visiting breweries. It's amazing how small everything is in Europe. I can't wait.
Kyle's tips are good ones. For Saison Dupont on tap, I'd go to Nuetnigenough. Great little Art Nouveau place with a range of Dupont's beers on tap, including Rador Pils.
Nateo (or anyone else), if you're ever in the 'hood (Brussels), drop me a PM if you you feel like meeting up.
Thanks! That'd be rad. Cantillon is doing an open house brew on March 22nd, I was thinking about doing a day or overnight trip for that. I'll drop a line when I know for sure.
I always use about 10% C60 for APA and AIPA. If you want something with less impact on flavor, you could try 1/2 lb. of carapils. Mashing at a higher temp will increase body, but also have an impact on flavor.
Yeast can also have an impact. One of the reasons I like WY1450 so much is the silky mouthfeel it leaves in the beer.
2. Add a touch of flaked wheat or oats (3-5%). I like Golden Naked Oats (which are malted, available from NB) instead of the regular flaked stuff.