Well I have my watches, my camera and lenses, so time for another hobby. Brewing my own beer, but not into bottles! I've 2 x 20 litre Stainless Steel kegs and a bottle of Co2 = Home brew on tap. I was donated a fridge for my cellar, the gas and kegs sit in that.
So tonight I correctly sanitised and mixed up my brew, Coopers Pale Ale. It has to ferment for the next 6 days at around 25C, then I get it into my kegs (somehow) hook up the gas, and 24 to 48 hours, there is my beer. Sounds too good to be true.
Anyone have experience in this? I'm learning as I go, but it all sounds too good to be true. A fraction of the price that one pays for commercial beer here in Australia once you have paid out the initial outlay of gas, kegs, regulator and assorted hardware.
Would love to hear tips from any other experienced brewers on WUS or any comments for that matter..