• sporr
    sporrPennsylvania Beer Enthusiasts: this red ale I brewed just keeps getting better and better. I racked my summer ale into the secondary the other night. That looked and smelled great. Hope it is as good as my first brew.
    • June 12, 2009
  • sporr
    sporrPennsylvania Beer Enthusiasts: I started a Summer Ale the other day. Added some extra honey to it just for a little kick. This is only my second time brewing and the differences between that first brew and this second one are just huge.
    • June 6, 2009
  • sporr
    sporrPennsylvania Beer Enthusiasts: Getting ready to keg my first brew tonight. Any last minute advice from anyone???
    • May 29, 2009
  • sporr
    sporrPennsylvania Beer Enthusiasts: Couldn't take it another minute. I had to take a peek inside my primary to see what it looked like. There is a crust over the the top of it and it smells like when my wife makes bread. So according to a buddy of mine that has been doing this for a little ...  more
    • May 17, 2009
  • sporr
    sporr My Honey Summer Ale has turned out quite nice. Right now I have a apricot wheat in the secondary. I'm thinking about racking that one into another carboy at the 2 week mark for another week. Try and get it to clear up as much as I can before bottle time.
    • July 3, 2009
  • sporr
    sporr I have a 2005 Vulcan Classic 1600.
    • May 29, 2009
  • KajII
    KajII: What do you ride?
    • May 26, 2009
  • sporr
    sporr So far so good. Probably going to move this brew into the secondary fermenter towards the end of the week. Then I'm probably just going to go ahead and start another batch right away. 
    • May 17, 2009
  • sporr
    sporr I am excited to try it out. I'm going to go the keg route. I would like to get one or 2 of the small 3 gallon kegs. But wow are they expensive. I can get a 5 gallon keg for less than half of one of those small ones.
    • May 12, 2009
  • Mark
    Mark: Very nice. I'm sure it will turn out well.
    • May 12, 2009
  • sporr
    sporr I'm doing a Irish Red Ale. It's from a Brewers Best Kit I got a while back at Mr. Steve's. I had to get a new pack of yeast but other than that so far so good.
    • May 12, 2009
  • Mark
    Mark: What kind of beer are you brewing?
    • May 12, 2009
  • sporr
    sporr I have my first batch of beer brewing. Still waiting for the bubbler to really kick in. My buddy in VA told me not to worry that it is kind of slow. He said that happens sometimes. I'll give it another full day before I start to worry.
    • May 12, 2009
  • oregonbeerlover
    oregonbeerlover: Hey Stephen...

    My hubby Ilovebeer and I love riding our Harley. It's gonna be a nice weekend here for a ride, and of course, a beer
    • May 8, 2009
  • Mark
    Mark: Good luck with the brewing!
    • May 4, 2009
  • Mark
    Mark: Hi Stephen, it is great to have you here on Must Love Beer. If I can answer any questions for you let me know. Please help us spread the word and invite your friends to join us.
    • May 4, 2009
  • sporr
    sporrKenRygh: Got the kit out of the basment yesterday. Looks like I still need to get a brew kettle and some lids. The Irish Red I have should still be good to use. Everything in the kit is either vaccum packed or canned. Question is the yeast, not sure if it's any go...  more
    • May 3, 2009
  • sporr
    sporr Hopefully this wek I'm going to brew my first batch of beer. Going to go the keg route, maybe the small kegs so I can bottle some and keg some from the same batch.
    • May 3, 2009