Only one batch was made today. It’s the pale ale/amber combination perfect for campouts. This is a special request. The grain bill is below in the cup. You should see 4 different grains: Pale ale, crystal, carapils and roasted barley.
The yeast was added around 3pm. By the morning, it was already at 5psi. 24 hours from adding the yeast it was at the target 15 psi. Fastest fermentation start I have ever experienced yet.
I repeated a mistake I made nearly a year ago, except this time we were there to stop it quick. We were filling up a kettle with water for the sparge. We started talking…and then I heard that sound of rushing water – we overflowed the kettle. It took me a few seconds as I thought I was having a boilover…it didn’t register.
Thanks John for the help. It was very short notice but we plan to do it again in a few weeks, will keep you all posted.