Also time for.... the very last of my homebrew from last year.
It’s so good.
Part 3 of the #PeachWeisseChronicles:
The hops are Czech Saaz pellets grown, of course, in the Yakima Valley of Washington, USA. Hopped at -30, -15, and -5 mins to avoid getting overly bitter flavors that might clash with the peaches later.
After cooling the wort to an acceptable temp, I poured it into the fermenter and added water to make five gallons, and dropped those hungry little friends right on top! The yeast is a dry-packed Belgian yeast; I don't know the exact strain. #beer #homebrew
Part 2 of the #PeachWeisseChronicles: finally took the leap to get in the kitchen and brew some dang beer! The specialty grain included in this kit from #SchoolhouseBeerAndBrewing in #MariettaGA is Acid Malt, as well as some Bavarian and Pilsner wheat extracts. The boil was a few hours long and I did a little more sanitizing than I needed to, but whatever.
I also strained the peaches, so they can get added to the wort in a few days... and got a beautiful peach-infused vodka out of the deal.
Part 1 of the #PeachWeisseChronicles: The peaches.
I’m going to add them to my wort just after primary fermentation gets going to give my little friends something else to chew on.
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