I bottled my re-invented IPA today and it tasted really good. I can't wait for it to condition so I can drink it.
There was a bit of trub so I only got 5.2 gallons in the bottles.
It's a good beer but doesn't really taste like Goose Island.
And with a fresh starter of London ESB yeast, it's fermenting vigorously at 69.5 degrees.
This should yield enough IPA to get me into the Summer months.
a nearly 2-year-old Hefeweizen,
two English Pales,
and six bottles of American Pale.
I had every intention of entering Homebrew Extravaganza, in Memphis, again this year. But at the last minute I decided I couldn't afford it.
Time now to clean the garage, I mean the brewery, and my warm weather fermenting chamber.
Good Beer To You.