In this episode, we discuss a variety of topics that have been on our minds the last few weeks. First off, we missed out on our holiday beers episode, but we did brew a spiced dark holiday ale for our Patron James Castellano on Learn to Homebrew Day--so we wanted to talk a little about recipe dev and the best yeast choices for a beer like that. Especially considering everyone loves around this time of year. (Well, everyone but Stubby)

We also wanted to talk about an interesting little project Chris cooked up for outings that he’s calling his camp kegerator. It rolls. It has taps. It fits three kegs. It stands up to the elements to give you beer where you need it. So, if you've been looking for a new way to deliver your beer to the right locations and have it both cold and poured from the tap, this may be just what you are looking for!

And last but not least, we did some BIAB experiments recently and wanted to discuss some our findings about efficiency and overall process timing. The main thing we determined was that it's a valid method worth your exploration.

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