It’s always best to have a brewing buddy around. Your buddy can keep you from
getting bored, think of new ideas to tweak your brew, and help you double check measurements.
Gabe is my new brewing buddy. We ran out of root beer a couple weeks ago and he helped me brew up a new batch. It might be a while before I teach him how to brew a stiff IPA, but for root beer this kid is the best.
We use the kitchen scale for all of our measurements. Once everything is in a big bowl we dump it into hot but not boiling water and stir it until it’s dissolved. Then I put the mixture into the five gallon keg and fill the rest of the way with water. Once carbonated it makes a pretty decent root beer and a seriously excellent root beer float.
Here are the ingredients for the latest brew: Continue reading “Root Beer: The Eichenlaub Special, Dark”