S.D. Panty Dropper
The San Diego Panty dropper will not only drop those panties off that one girl that says beer taste too bitter but she likes this one because it taste amazing, but it will striaght put you on your ass! Trust me I should of wrote this story last night, but I was too damn wasted by sipping on this outstanding bubleah. I drank about 8 16oz of this delicous nector of the gods and pasted the f'out. Wow! If your not convienced yet that you need to try this gift to world beer read on and I'll let you know how this miricle of grains and hops concoction came into existance.
If you read my first post My First Couple Of Brews you'll remember that when I went home for Thanksgiving that one year, my dad The Brew Master General, brewed a cream ale that was perfection in a can/bottle/keg. My buddies were over and mentioned that they would love to see it in production they would defaintly drink it at a bar all night if they could. Well, I asked the old fart for the reciepe and the geezer did. However I was in Hawii at the time when the shipment came in and wasn't able to store the Cream-ale yeast WPL080 in the fridge, so when I got back I had to chuck it. Which this actually was a good thing because I had to go down to the home brew mart at Ballast Point and grab a substiute. They didn't have the Cream-ale yeast so a chose the next best thing closely matching it, the San Diego Super Yeast.
What was perticular cool about this batch I got to brew 6 weeks ago is I got to use my 10 gallon pot with thermometer and spicket, and copper wort cooler that I got for Christmas this year from my Girl Sarah. The pot kept heat suprisingly good and the temp was on point, apposed to the stick thermomter that broke in my last batch, lol. And the wort cooler work amazinly well, cooled the beer down in like 30 min. But this made me think about wasting all that water so for my next brew I bought a 100ft holed hose to water my yard with, so I'm now an offical water conservationalist, no big deal.( now if I could only spell ). Also this was the first batch I used a secondary, which at the end first week of ferminting I switched the wort into a different bucket, so the sediment of the dead yeast wouldn't effect the taste of the wort. It's inconvent step for the brewing process but it really does clear up the beer and makes sure the beer maintains a purer taste of what it's made of.
So that brings me up to yeasterday, Memorial Day, a day to remember those that have fallen servering our country. I spent it with Sarah's uncle building the steps and a pouch for my back yard. It was nice hard work and we rewarded our selves with a Bue Beer original the San Diego Panty Dropper. It's nice to be able to have a house, build some steps, play with my dog and drink some home made brew all because of the countless people that have served our great nation and those that gave the unlimate price so I can do so. I hope that I never forget that and always remember the cost of freedoms that we all enjoy.