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Monday, February 14, 2011

A Few Updates

Today we bottled the Belgian Pale, a most unusual brew. The uncarbonated, unchilled beer burst of fruit and a bit of sour, results of a warm fermentation and a terribly unconventional yeast regime. It tastes quite unlike any beer I've sampled before. Final gravity of 1.019, 48 bottles in total.

In other news, the hefeweizen was bottled Thursday (51 bottles total), and should be ready the last week of the month. The IPM (Indian Prime Minister) has matured quite well, with the dark malt beginning to shine through while retaining a healthy hop. The Armadillo Pale Ale should be brewed early this week.

Beers we're drinking this week:
Smuttynose Old Brown Dog, Star Island Single, Shoals Pale Ale, Finestkind IPA;
Ommengang BPA


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