For starters, I had in my preparation list, over on the right there, back in July that I was looking to brew BierMuncher's Oktoberfast Ale (a play on the Märzen that uses ale yeast instead of lager yeast). It turned out really well! Made a fantastic gift to generally everyone who helped us buy/move into a house in September, when I immediately and effortlessly stopped brewing altogether.
I got comfortable on bottles and cans from two really excellent beer stores here in town. And when I couldn't make it to one of those, well, it's nice to live in Michigan, where any Meijer in the state is going to have a fridge stuffed full of awesome beer. I had only inklings of trying to figure logistics for brewing in the new kitchen. For the most part, I was just trying to get used to the changes-- new job, new house, etc. It's not that I didn't want to brew, it's that I didn't feel like I needed to.
I don't feel that way anymore. The signal light is in the sky. The suds need you, Batyeast. I never said thank you.
|AND YOU'LL NEVER HAVE TO|
I will keep you all posted. Promise!