One of the best things about home brewing is sharing the brew, and even better, teaching others who want to learn. Tonight I'll be teaching some good friends who were long time Trappist monks how to brew all-grain. I taught them extract about a year and a half ago and they are making some decent beer from kits. Tonight I am showing them my BIAB 2.5 gallon methods. We'll be making a dry stout that will be ready for St Paddy's day. Don't worry, come spring I'll show them how to batch sparge and we'll do a Trappist Ale, I'm thinking maybe a Westmalle based recipe. My goal is simply to show them how easy it can be.
I just think its cool that little old me gets to teach Trappist monks how to brew.