Irish Immigrant Stout
Well, there it is! My first home-crushed grains! I just bought a grain mill (from Monster) and I really love the versatility it gives me! As long as I am stocked up on yeast and have grains on hand, I no longer need to take a trip to the brew store to make a batch of beer! After you mill grains, they are only good for about a week, and so being able to mill them at home is a big advantage for me.
Today I am brewing Dry Stout. I started with a Guinness clone and sort-of made it my own. So it’s an americanized Dry stout, hence the name, Irish Immigrant Stout. I can’t wait to give it a try in a few weeks! It’s been too long since I brewed. This whole job-thing really cuts into my free time.
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