Like a tree falling in the woods, brew day doesn’t actually happen if you dont take photos and blog about it. So I’m not quite sure what to make of the Munich Dunkel that was brewed yesterday. Here I am posting about it without any actual photographic evidence of what transpired.
The batch went very smoothly and some good conversation with a brew buddy put snapping photos way on down the priority list.
Yesterday’s batch was number 20 for 2015. I hope to sneak in a couple more before the end of the year. Next up: Barleywine.
Wyeast Bavarian Lager 2206 to be specific. Thanks to Hutton & Smith Brewing Company for the hookup. They put a nice sized pitch in a growler for me from their batch of “Way Bock When.”
I harvested this jar from a Schwarzbier that I kegged on Friday and repitched it into a Munich Dunkel I brewed yesterday. Once that batch is done I’ll use it once again for a Cascadian Dark Lager. If such a thing even exists.