Lack of resources, space, time, and energy spent on a gallon brew for just a few pops, is in my opinon is just down right lame duck sauce. And I'm not trying to cook up some lame duck sauce bubleah, along with that and my girl bitch'n about her kitchen there was only one thing to do... juice up the production. And thats exacactly what I did. I aqquired a 20 gallon pot from Sarah's Dad Bill. That kinda over kill but fuck it, go big or go home right?
With all the ingredients and the new pot, I new I had something great! It was tough keeping the mash at a 155 and making sure th boil didn't overflow, but I knew the end result would be something magnificent. It was funny every couple of minutes into the biol it would over flow and I had to wipe the new pot down. Sarah came out and made a comment wishing that only I spent that much attention to her.
Now a 20 gallon pot is cool with how much you can do with it, but moving it around and cleaning it was a Bitch! When I had to pour it into the fermenter I'm not going to lie, I spilt alot of that shit and I it was right after the boil too, so it was extremely hot.
After the 2 weeks of fermination and 4 weeks of carbination, I actually threw 4oz of corn sugar when I bottled it this time, it was ready to drink. It wasn't as hoppy as the others, but it had this weird weird taste to it. I didn't realize what the taste was untill I was reading what all the ingredients had it common a good 3 months after I brewed, it was fruit. It wasn't a sweet fruity taste, it was straight fruit. The name really didn't mask the beer well, becuase it was named after the time. At the time Star Wars was coming out in theaters and there we're so many crazy indredients, I thought to call it Star Wars. That seemed like a pale yellow beer so it wasn't fitting, and noticing the color of the beer was a cloudy red, I landed on War Machine.