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Malticulous, where in Beer Hell are you at?
I make enough mistakes sober. I can't imagine how badly I'd mess up if I was drinking.Paul
I have been doing back to back batches recently, so I mash in at about 5am. No beer for met 'til after cleanup.
My typical brew day starts between 6:30 to 8:00 AM, depending on what the kids afternoon schedule looks like. As a result I usually don't get my reward, aka a tall cool to cold home brew, until either clean up is done or I'm back from the kids game/event/activity. Those pesky kids!
Quote from: dak0415 on April 10, 2011, 06:25:18 pmI have been doing back to back batches recently, so I mash in at about 5am. No beer for met 'til after cleanup.Hardcore. I did that a few times before - exhausting. I'm so tired by day's end when I do this.
Hmmm . . . now that I think about it, I've always attributed the beer turning out poorly to the beers I drink when I have company during a brew day (it's really rare, I brew alone 95+% of the time). Maybe it's the company distracting me and not the beers! This calls for a test
This is why I prefer to brew alone.