Wednesday, August 10, 2011

Update on the wine making and beer brewing.

Sorry I haven't been keeping up with the blog, but here I am giving an update.

I'm just about done drinking the Viognier from  last year, and I've done a Cabernet Sauvigion which is still aging.  I gues I need to bottle it soon.

My beer brewing has improved greatly over the last year, and people can't believe how good many of the batchs taste.  There are too many varieties to mention all of them, but suffice it to say I've run the gambit in styles.  Everything from Belgian Wheats to Russian Imperial Stouts; and all of them were delicious.

Right now I'm comtemplating the construction of a new home brewery.  One that would be capable of consistent 10 gallon batches.  It would improve my efficiency by adding an hour to my brew sessions yielding double the amount of beer.  Seems like a no brainer.  Making 5 gallon batches is fine for experimenting, but staple batches need more

More to come. 

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