It’s been a long time since I’ve updated this. Which is fine since I’m probably the only one who looks at it anyways…
The last update was about our DIPA which came out delicious. According to Beer Smith it had about 120 IBUs which is probably more than your tongue can actually taste, but is still awesome anyways.
Scott and I entered it in to a local competition at our LHBS and did better than we expected. The average of three scores was a 35.33 out of 50. I know it doesn’t seem like much but from what I’m told it’s actually a really good score, especially considering that Scott and I have only been doing this a couple months. 50 is apparently an unobtainable number, so according to Eric, the owner of the LHBS, 45 is more or less what people consider a perfect score. So we were pressty stoked about how well we did.
This past weekend we bottled our CA common which already tasted pretty good even before it was carbonated so I can’t wait for that one to be done. We also brewed a Dunkelweizen this past Sunday which had been pretty busy yesterday:
Next Sunday we plan on bottling this guy, giving our CA Common a taste, and getting something else brewed. We’re thinking of getting a Porter going, something we can sit on for a couple months and enjoy during one of our frigid So. Cal. winters.
So that’s about it for now. Scott sent me the picture of our beer baby above and I felt compelled to share it with the world. Enjoy.