Today was bottling day for my newest recipe: Nuclear Winter White IPA. Since this was another small batch (2.5 gallons), I was able to fill fourteen 12-ounce bottles and six 22-ounce bottles, with exactly enough for the last bottle.
It'll take probably a week to carbonate, and then I'll cold crash it in the fridge and let it mellow for a bit. But for today, I tried a bit of the young beer, and it was quite good. I was hoping for a bit more of the Belgian tanginess, but it is good stuff, regardless, and we shall see how it ages.
Of course, there's always plenty of cleanup to do on any brewing-related day, and today is no exception. The corny kegs that I use to brew and ferment are kinda a pain to clean, but the job must be done.
I'm excited to see how this one comes out after aging!
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