Friday, February 6, 2009

Green Beer



Hi there! Last week this blog chronicled the brewing of The Audacity of Hops, a big sticky DIPA. Well, here's a pic of part of the beer in primary. It's the greener one in the back. I'm glad you can see the blue painter's tape label that reads "Essex Ale" just to give you a known commodity to compare the green to. Neat, huh? That's what you get when you overhop your beer.




Here's another picture. Go dry yeast, huh? We'll let you know how it tastes in a few weeks. Also, I don't know why Drew's using an airlock in the background there, either. Cheers!

1 comment:

Drew said...

Because that one was a mild that was done actively evolving CO2 and awaiting transfer to a keg!