|Alan has his beers on tap. We were able to sample the fairs from lightest (Ruth) to heaviest (Fred). All were exellent.|
|Alan adds more water to the mash tun.|
|Stiring the boiling kettle. The box to the right of the kettle is a boiler generating steam. This steam then brings the wort to a boil.|
|A hops addition.|
|Stirring in the hops. The smell from the boiling hops was wonderful.|
|Alan, with his back to camera, explains
the brewing process to the group.
The primary fermentation tanks can be seen to the right behind the group.
|This is the hopback. It is being filled with water. Once full the contents of the boil kettle will enter from the pipe seen on the right. A pump will pull the hot liquor out through the pipe on the lower left. From there the liquor will move to a large tank, swirling as the liquid enters, to settle out remaining solids.|
|This is a plate chiller that Alan constructed.|