Today is the second day of fermentation for the Brown ale (and the Irish Stout, brew 3, but it doesn’t get a post here, cause it’s in a bucket, and no fun to watch!) and I have to say, it’s much for fun to be able to watch the yeasties do their thing through the glass carboy! If you have the opportunity, always go glass! (just make sure you keep it dark, wrap a towel around it, or put a Tshirt over it or something.
Oh, and no making fun of our bung! We got the wrong size plug (that’s all they had!) so we turned it over and stretched it across the top. It’s not pretty, but it’s doing the job!
The airlock is bubbling just about once every 8 seconds or so, which puts it on schedule according to the instructions.
If you click and enlarge the picture, you can get a good look at the level the foam was at only just yesterday (I wish I’d gotten a picture of it then, when it was actually bulling and stuff. Ah well.
Time to start shining up bottles for a-filling this weekend!