In honor of the first brew day since starting the blog, I’ll post the pictures of the labels that we have created for our recent brews. First off, the brewery logo:
Continue reading “Label list 1”
Here we go again. Today, I’ll detail the Keg to Kettle conversion for our Keggle. The great things about full-size beer kegs are:
1. Capacity. 15.5 Gallons
2. Material. These are Stainless Steel! Perfect for any brewery.
Continue reading “Keg to Kettle Conversion = The Keggle!”
So, let’s get started with the first piece of equipment to be detailed here: the Immersion Chiller. I had seen plenty of YouTube videos showing how to make one of these and had no doubts about the process. The thing that got me, though, is the prices that were quoted for the copper tubing. 25 feet for $20 or so? Yeah, right. I knew that I was going to convert a keg in which I would be Continue reading “Making an Immersion Chiller more efficient”
This is the first step of documenting the journey from simple extract kits to full All Grain custom recipes. It has been exciting along the way, but the equipment upgrades have slowed it down a bit.
One of my goals will be giving a detailed list of parts and equipment used with links to the items Continue reading “Welcome to the Apocalypse Ales Blog!”