Friday, February 4, 2011

Homebrew Record Keeping

Our brew logs have slacked off, way off. To the point where we haven't been writing a single thing that we've done with homebrewing down. It has gotten to the point where we've brewed enough to where processes have started becoming second nature. But we recently brewed a Belgian Trappist style beer that ended up being one of the best beers we've ever brewed. I mean almost Chimay good from winging it! One happy accident i must admit. No documentation on it what so ever. How do I brew it again? Where do I start?

It starts with keeping better records. This is where the blog comes in. I want to document everything I do in regards to home brewing beer and put it here. Not only to keep records but maybe even get some feedback as well. From recipe formulation to process and beyond.

Delicious unfiltered homebrewed Belgian. 


  1. wow dude, looks amazing, thanks for sharing this bro, hope you find the way to make one like this again and keep the record!.

  2. So far from what I have seen your blog is great. I'm just starting in home brewing. I have brewed three beers now and am trying to do the same as you, Blog about it. Keep up the good work.