"Febrewary" is indeed a cliché, but we are indeed brewing quite a bit this month. Yesterday - we created the "March Hare" - it'll be ready just in time for everyone's favourite holiday involving rabbits and hard-boiled eggs. It's bubbling away in the fermenting room already - remember a happy yeast is an active yeast - and this yeast is at least ecstatic!
Hopus-141 is on track for the Opus-141 party. This custom hand-crafted lager will be earthy and lite with delicate hints of smoked beechwood.
2 of the 6 remaining bottles of the stout are in the fridge. 1 is in storage, and 3 are awaiting the competition this coming Saturday.
Young George (Smoked Cherry-wood Ale) is truly in his prime today... President's Day. I cannot tell a lie, this beer is awesome. We've got some in a growler, one in storage, three (along with the stout) down in Boston for the competition, and some on tap.
Speaking of taps... our in-house sampling station is ready for installation (in the form of a kegerator in the dining room)... we just need to pick up the correct size hole saws!
Also this week we'll be making a brew for April... just not sure what to make just yet.