Friday, June 13, 2008

Some real work for a change

I'm brewing today, for the first time since April 17. I'm so out of practice, I even screwed up and set the mash, so it's taking me about an hour longer than average to brew these seven barrels of All-American Gold. But it does smell good in here for a change.

Next week, after my other yeasts arrive, I'll brew a batch of Hefeweizen (probably Wednesday) and a Vienna Lager (Friday). The latter will actually be done by a gang of Huber Haus regulars, and we'll tap it at the Summer Beer Fest in Omaha on July 12. A Tripel and a Porter are also in the works, destined for the Great Taste of the Midwest in Madison WI in August.

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