Brewing journals are a way to make notes while brewing a particular recipe. This is a complement to the normal recipe creating/editing. You can take notes throughout the brewing, fermenting, bottling and tasting. When you finish your journal for a particular beer you can give a final review and taste notes.
Completed on Jan 11, 2015
Terrible brew day and a small batch but it was as good as always. They went very fast.
Completed on Jul 10, 2015
Not quite as gingery as I wanted but it was good. Still pretty dry. If I was going to make this again (or any mead really) I might try a different yeast.
Completed on Feb 21, 2015
Completed on Jul 20, 2014
Dry Hop Doobie a success.
Next time we Doobie, we need to take daily or weekly tasting notes to determine where we want the doobie to be consumed.
At one point, Sarah noted "It tastes nutty like Walnuts," which I interpreted to mean that the Grapefruit notes had slipped ...
Completed on May 12, 2014
The beer turned out to be a little more belgian and a little less hoppy than I wanted, but still quite good.
Completed on Nov 08, 2014
The first few bottles weren't very good but it got better after a few weeks. Next time need to let this sit a little longer.
Completed on Sep 28, 2013
I don't remember this beer
Completed on Jun 29, 2013
I don't remember the details, but I brewed it again.
Completed on Apr 22, 2013
Not a good recipe kit. Try the Brewer's Best version instead, perhaps. The Munton's yeast did not fully ferment so I had to top off with Safale S-04 to finish it off. The beer is rather thin with little roast flavor and is heavily over-carbed. I don't know if it ...
Completed on Mar 20, 2013
This recipe was easy to brew and came out well. Next time I'd probably use less honey because it's a little sweeter than I'd like for an Irish Red. Definitely a good beer and I'll use this as a base for future experimentation.