Sunday, December 1, 2013

English Brown Ale to Secondary

The yeast cake at the bottom
1 week ago we brewed our English Brown Ale. Today we moved it to secondary. My roommate and I agreed that this was this was the best tasting homebrew we've made so far. The final gravity came out to be 1.012, giving an ABV of 4.1%. The next time we make this, I think it'll be able to be bottled immediately after fermentation is complete. Since we don't dry hop this one, it doesn't really need secondary fermentation.
More photos here:

Racking it off of the trub
To the secondary bucket

Bottling Day, 5 days later

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