I brewed up 5 gallons of starter wort and froze it in 1 L portions on New Year's Day. Set myself up for a year's worth of brewing!
Since I'm kind of a planner, I actually have my year's brewing all planned out with kits assembled. This year I'm scaling back to 3-gallon batches, so I can enjoy brewing more often and drinking a greater variety of beers. I'm kind of on a health and workout kick, so I need to be able to burn through the kegs fast enough so that I don't get bored and also don't become a lardo.
Here's what's up:
Scottish Heavy 70/-, Caramelized first runnings
American Rye Ale
Janet's Brown Ale
Pliny the Toddler Session IPA
Crouch Vale Brewer's Gold (Kris England)
Jamil's American Amber
Odell 90/- clone
Denny's Rye IPA
Celebration Ale "homage"
Here in MN, the governor just cancelled school for Monday since we'll be around -30 to -60 statewide. I'm looking at a bonus 3-day weekend! Seriously considering rocking the double longjohns and throwing down an RIS or Munich Helles on Monday. You know you're hooked on homebrewing when...