Work today…

I finally have the new freezer door seal for the second kegerator. Now its a matter of putting it back together again. Once it is up and running I will at least have a lagering unit for a bit. Next step for this will be the CO2 tank for carbonating/dispensing. After some consideration I have…

Transfers and other such nonsense…

I managed to get a bit of work done earlier today. Transfers being an important bit of it. My darker Belgian is now conditioning and I am ready for it to be ready for drinking. It finished out at about 6.75% and the flavor is still strongly reminisent of oranges. I also put the Saison…

Victory, The Day Is Mine…

The battle is done (for now anyway). It would seem that the decoction is what was needed all along. I finally came close enough to my predicted OG to make me happy. Of course, now I know I need to add at least 2 to 3 hours to my brew day when working with lager…

Twas the night before decoction…

At this point I am now getting last minute preparations settled and going over the process a few more times to make sure I have a good understanding of what I am going to do. In the morning, I’m making waffles… Wait, thats a whole different story. Currently, my plan is to do the decoction…

What Can I break this time…

Earlier today I had a moment of enlightenment. Looking at the way the seal is attached I realized that it may be possible to flip the seal over and it might work as it was originally intended. What is this rubbish I am referring to you ask? The seal for the freezer for the kegerator…