That's the name I gave it anyway. It is a bock beer kit from AHS. The time in the fermenter was the longest I have done so far. I did not keep the fermenting at lager temps., but I am going to try to keep the fermenting temps around 60 for twenty days before bottling, which is alot of patience for me. I brewed the extract kit on 12/31/10.
I made a batch of English bitter on 12/12/10. I used the Austin Homebrew add pack, alchohol boost and yeast nutrient. The beer kit add pack contains 1 pound of corn sugar, 1 pound of extra light DME, and 1/4 pound maltodextrin. It also contains a priming sugar. Used the standard Copers yeast that came with the can. Bottled the wort at 7 days. I have been impatient and have tried a few. This beer is not ready.
Made a AHS Kit Lawnmower Lager on 11/26/10. Bottled it on 12/4/10. This beer is turning out really nice. Not a big beer, but a nice clean taste. I strained out the hops before it went into the primary - my prevous batch was the Half Wit, so I was scared about cloudiness.
Made a batch of Pumpkin Ale on 9/24/10, with a buddy, and it has been the worst beer thus far. The off-tone flavors in the beer made it barely drinkable, but I did not throw it out. I fermented the pumpkin in the batch instead of taking it out after the boil, big mistake. I used a kit from Austin Home Brew, and a few big cans of Libby's that I cooked in the oven.
Made a great beer using a Coopers Brewmaster (of which I am not) India Pale Ale in combination with some extra Cascade hops, and extra malt extract. Brewed it on 7/16/10. Turned out great!! May make this one again someday.
My lovey bride got me a beer making kit for Fathers Day, thanks Wifey!.... I made my first batch on 6/20/10 from a Coopers Irish Stout Can, with 1 pound of DME, so sorta a light Stout. I called it Jamaicia Stout, as in, did "you make a stout?". Turned out really nice. I still have one or two I am saving to see if they just get better, I am told they do. Got the ingredients from Fort Worth's