My wife had book club tonight, so I foraged some left overs and brewed an IPA. Temp is in the teens, so I opened the garage door just a couple of feet and moved the kettle out close.
9 lbs of malt extract plus 7 oz total of 5 different hops. Most of the hops are at flameout or dry hopped in the secondary, so I should have lots of interesting flavors and aromas. I'll leave it about 2 weeks in the primary, 4-5 days secondary with the dry hops, then into the keg. Should be ready to drink mid March. Tapping a new keg of home brew is always something I look forward to!
XLBGE, Homebrew and Guitars