Well ... crap ... here it is the end of Q3 ... and I just realized I never reported on SheppyBrew's 2nd Quarter.
As you may know, the Brewery likes to post quarterly updates on how much we have brewed. You can see all these updates (including the one you are reading right now) by following this link: Sheppy's Blog: Brew Stats.
You just will not see one for 2022 Q2. I think this is the first quarter I missed since I started doing these updates.
Must be getting old.
So ... just a quick update on the 2nd quarter ... I brewed 5 batches of beer for 26 gallons. There were 2 new recipes during that time, and I brewed 2 lagers.
|Colorado Vienna Lager|
Ok ... with that out of the way ... In Q3, I brewed 7 batches of beer (6 if you combine the double batch I did). This was 37 gallons of beer.
- Summer Lovin' American Wheat
- Shoddy Pale Ale
- N.T.S. Faux Pilsner (double batch)
- Brian Phelps Pale Ale
- Jethro Bud Nelson Merican Lite Lager
- Falling Leaves Autumn Saison
|Summer Lovin' American Wheat|
This puts my 2022 total at 93 gallons of beer, and puts me on track for 125ish gallons by the end of the year. If projections hold, this will be my third highest annual volume of beer ever brewed.
Of those 7 batches of beer, only one was a new recipe (Brian Phelps Pale Ale). That puts my new recipe total at 6 so far for 2022.
|Shoddy Pale Ale|
|N.T.S. Faux and Real Pilsner|
All the batches have been all-grain and all except the double batch of N.T.S. Faux Pilsner have been in the Anvil Foundry.
|Brian Phelps Pale Ale|
I did compare the two versions of N.T.S. Faux Pilsner and decided that (see N.T.S. Faux vs Actual Pilsner) while there certainly was a noticeable difference, I'm ok with the Voss yeast for this beer. In fact I think I liked it better.
|Jethro Bud Nelson Merican Lite Lager|
I've already brewed a batch of beer in the 4th quarter, but you'll have to keep an eye on the blog to know what that was.
Other than that ... I'm not sure what the next quarter will bring.
Stay tuned and you'll find out shortly after I do.
|Falling Leaves Autumn Saison|
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