Brace yourselves: Spring is coming what does everyone plan on brewing

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https://i2.wp.com/ak5.picdn.net/shutterstock/videos/3563111/preview/stock-footage-vilnius-lithuania-march-man-with-jug-jar-draw-hot-beer-boil-in-hot-dirty-steel-pot-on-fire.jpgYou have to love this:  My calendar from work is “earth” themed, you know printed on recycled paper, random national days listed – Earth hour, world water day, St Patrick’s Day etc.  All well and good.  Oddly missing though, the first day of Spring.. weird..

Anyways, now that the weather will hopefully be taking a turn for the warmer, time to pull out the propane tanks, grills and whatever else you have got under tarps or in the garage all winter.

Maybe for father’s day  I will pick up a homebrew kit from northern brewer and try my hand at it.  That is far from definite at this point of course.  How about everyone else?  Any spring time brews you are itching to take outside?

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7 thoughts on “Brace yourselves: Spring is coming what does everyone plan on brewing

    mouldsbeerblog said:
    March 10, 2014 at 9:30 am

    I’ll be brewing 1 gallon of double IPA soon! Doesn’t exactly scream “spring” though. Maybe I’ll try my hand at saison at some point…

      Bierbattered responded:
      March 10, 2014 at 9:33 am

      A Saison is on my top list to try. want to spike it with Brett Brux or something not sure it would be ready for summer if i start it after Fathers day.. more like next spring…

        dasalehaus said:
        March 10, 2014 at 12:16 pm

        Would that be your first brew? Brett would be pretty ambitious to start off with.

          Bierbattered responded:
          March 13, 2014 at 1:20 pm

          yeah but it would only be a 1 gallon test run, and I have friends who brew a lot to help out.

    dasalehaus said:
    March 10, 2014 at 12:17 pm

    My schedule consists of One Hearted (a toned down Two Hearted), a hefeweizen, and the next in my 080XX DIPA series. Probably going to toss a saison or something else light in there as well.

      Bierbattered responded:
      March 10, 2014 at 12:34 pm

      I am tempted on a hefe as well, they say they are very forgiving for beginners, but with so many good easy to get ones out there I am not sure.

    Sean G. said:
    March 10, 2014 at 1:13 pm

    Thinking of trying the 5 gallon recipe for a Belgian Blonde with Rose Hips that Brooklyn Brew Shop put out in their book in between brewing some refined test recipes for the brewery (but they largely get given to our investors, bar owners, or dissected by us for when we finally have the larger equipment after construction)

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