That's an impressive bottling production line! As for teaching your daughter to brew - sounds an excellent idea, so far my daughters have resisted my offers to assist, though my son has tried a few kits. I don't think it can quite compete with the allure of the xbox!My 11 year old daughter has the day off school tomorrow and wants to make some beer. She has chosen Hop Goblin - more tomorrow...
My daughters brew day - the brewery's not really big enough for 2!Hop Goblin
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I did a lite brew several years ago with the kids.I love the idea of a lite version of the beer which the children could drink. Never thought of this but it’s a great way of them being more involved.
10l PB & 9 bottles of Hop Goblin, 7 bottles of gloopy Hobgoblin. Already had 5l keg & 4 bottles ofMy daughters brew
from the weekend. This fermented down well and ended up about 1% abv so I diluted 50% and hooked up to the CO2.Hop Goblin lite
Two bottles had exploded, glass everywhere, I quickly popped the other 5 caps, beer fountains and beer everywhere. Popped the cap of a Hop Goblin but that was fine...7 bottles of gloopy Hobgoblin
Always used Irish moss but the recent batch is more like powder than fish food. This is the only thing left so I will leave out of next batch...Do you use other fining agents?
I love the idea of a lite version of the beer which the children could drink.
Kids tried the lite beer yesterday. From their faces they were not impressedPlease let us know what they think of the flavour...