No brewing this weekend, but I have a lot of brewing activities in line for tomorrow. Going to rack my O' Christmas Tree Ale (spruce ale) and determine whether or not I want to add any juniper berries to it. I will also be racking my Red-Nosed IPA onto 2 oz cascade, 2 oz centennial, and an oz of chinook dry hops. I'm going to harvest the yeast from the IPA for an all Zythos IPA that I'm finally going to get around to here in a couple of weeks. But most importantly, I'm going to install all of the hardware into my keezer and have it up in running tomorrow by tomorrow evening. I will probably tap the pumpkin saison that has been kegged for awhile. Since I have no means of chilling it until the keezer is hooked up, I just moved it out to the porch to get it down closer to serving temperature so I can try it tomorrow night. If time permits, I might fire up the band saw and cut some red oak and/or walnut to make a few tasting flight paddles. I would like to bust out the lathe out and make some tap handles, but that's going to take some time so that's probably going to be held off until another weekend. Cheers!