I think it's finally time
I've finally worked out the logistics to brewing beer in my space and time constraints. I'm going to keep it small (2-2.5 gallons) so that I can fit the beet into my smallest keg. From there, I'll bottle around 12 and drink the rest from the keg. By keeping the batch really small I think I can just brew a really strong batch and dilute with water and I'll still be able to work on my stove.
The real question comes in: what should I brew? I'm leaning towards a nice hefty IPA. I like Sierra Nevada's Torpedo extra IPA, green flash, and Lagunita's range of flavors. Anyone have recommendations on which hops to go with, perhaps something you've had good luck with?
I brewed an IPA with a friend a while back and it smelled like peaches, and I wish I'd written that recipe down because it was intense and delicious. Let me know what you all think, all input is welcome
Two ciders please, I'm thirsty!
On deck: Soon Cider
bottled: Old and dusty something rathers
Kegged: Carbonated Water (enjoying home made soda syrups)