…and it is pretty good! Brown Ale. First one I’ve made (11.B English Northern Brown Ale) and I think that Trish may like it. We’ll see. A little more carbonation than the one from the other day, and I drank it at cellar temperatures, as it is traditionally consumed at.
The batch that is fermenting now is a standard bitters, also a low alcohol content beer and also taken at cellar temperature. I think that the next batch will be an Extra Special Bitters, 08.C in the Styles Guidelines. That style has about a 6% + ABV content, I’ll take both to the mtg. and say, “Here are two from extreme ends of the spectrum of the style… tell me what your palate tells you?” Might brew that one on Friday since the plant will be closed then as well as today.
After the next batch I shouldn’t have long until I am able to get my freezer out of hock and will be able to make Lagers once again. The first one will be an Oktöberfest. I really like the style. And besides, about the only grain I have enough of to make additional batched is Münich, so I’m limited as to styles unless I go off on a tangent… which I plan to soon… Bwa-hahaha….