So I’m still very green when it comes to brewing beer.
This is only my second attempt at brewing, and my first at kegging the final product.
After sanitizing everything I started the boil of the wart, this process by far is the most involved as it takes a couple hours of actually doing something.
Of course I had some assistance 🙂
Once the wart got to the proper stage after adding all the malts and extracts, it was time to add our hops (yummy yummy hops!). Below we have a image of the hops the Homebrew Supply sold us.
Before getting everything in the primary fermenter I needed to take a gravity reading, by taking a reading before fermeanting and after we can get the ABV (Alchoal by volume).
And after a week in the primary ferment-er, and a week in the secondary ferment-er it was time to put it in the corney keg and put it under pressure.
Stay tuned for how the beer taste =)