Bottling Advent Ale

So I’m currently in the process of bottling the Advent Ale.

Right now I wait for the bleach to sterilize the goods. But I’m also boiling bottle caps and bringing sugar to a boil.

So the kitchen smells a bit.

And this is the conversation that just happened:

Anna: Dad, are you burning something?

Sof: Nah! Dad’s making dinner!

Em chuckles in background

Does my cooking usually smell that bad? 😉

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Marc A. Pitman

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3 thoughts on “Bottling Advent Ale”

  1. Luke held a brewing session at the shop(Chutes) a few weeks ago.
    7 guys brewed up a Porter, English Bitter, and
    a new & somewhat experimental Biscuit recipe.

    I’m excited about the bitter, as we made that last time around, & it was really yummy.

    The bottling session was last monday night, & I’ve now got 15 bottles down cellar fermenting.
    🙂

    “This is grain, which any fool can eat, but for which the Lord intended a more divine means of consumption. Let us give praise to our maker and glory to his bounty by learning about… BEER!”

  2. Great quote!!

    Here’s another I love:
    ——————–
    “Beer is proof that God loves us and wants us to be happy.”
    -Benjamin Franklin
    ——————–

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