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CANMAN1976 said:Thanks griffin:) I'm a little peeved now as I have since learned I may have fermented too warm and I may have to scrap this batch we'll see:( Appearently nottinghamham yeast likes 60ish temps and I was low 70's at first till I moved to the basement.Looks great and congrats on your first brew. You need to get a pipeline going so you will always have homebrew on hand and ready to drink. Right now I've got a dark ale, a bourbon barrel porter and an Irish Red all ready to drink. Need to get started on another batch this weekend as the dark ale is almost gone and I really want to hold the porter longer to let it age and mellow more.