3% Pale Ale, the next beer and my electric brewery...

Happy to say that the 3% ales are being received well.  The dry hopping really took them to the next level.  Without that I don't think they would have nearly enough flavor.  Probably have a few gallons left.  Been enjoying these at ambient room temp and even then they taste good.  Not exactly cask conditioned since I'm using CO2 pressure to serve and add some carbonation, but, much of the carbonation was natural as it wasn't quite finished fermenting when I kegged it.

The next beer.  What will it be?  Well, I guess I'll cross that bridge when I come to it.  I only have so many ingredients on hand so I think it will be another simple beer.  Maybe this time I'll use the wheat beer yeast that Bryan shared with me the other day.  Tons of yeast left in one of his growlers from East End Brewing.  Might be fun to experiment with.  Maybe half a batch with that yeast and half with another.

The electric brewery is 98% done.  Two plugs to rewire, receptacle to mount and then mount my new Therminator, recently purchased from Mike at Artisan Homebrew.  Once that's all done, I will have andoor stationary system.  It's been a long time coming.  I'll still need to test the boil kettle to see if 4500 watts will give me the rolling boil that I want.  It would be nice to have it all run off a PID, but, if I can manage to get this to work for now, I'll  be happy.  If I do need to use a PID I'll be relying on the Homebrew Talk forum for some background on parts and wiring.


Julius said...

Hi Hi Few days ago i put a small article/list about all (I hope) beer brands in Iceland today on my site. How many Icelandic beer brands do you think you can buy in iceland Today ?

Love and Peace Julius.

Third Street Beer said...

Love the pale ales. Goodluck my man.