Both kegs blew while company were over, but luckily, not until after everyone both had been sampled and and satisfied. The spice sludge that came out of the pumpkin keg was a little horrifying. The body looked like a cider that had been mixed with dirt. I tried two sips, but couldn’t manage the intense flavors and had to offer the last pint to the sink.

One of our guests is gearing up to start brewing cooperatively with her neighbor. She was asking about my setup and already seems to have a strong grasp on the basics, but wants to jump ahead to all-grain. Cool. Teaching friends to brew is fun.

2 thoughts on “Psssshhhhh”

  1. Amen to that! We’ve actually got some friends coming over after Thanksgiving who are looking to start their own little brewing group. Hopefully we’ll be able to get them off on the right foot.

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