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Wednesday, March 29, 2006

1st class of second semester

Today was our first day back after last semester. We were given the last two days off from class as a small break. It was nice not studying for a few days. On Saturday I brewed beer with my class. We are taking turns making our own batches using the really cool all grain system. This last one was mine, I chose a nut brown, since I've never yet made a brown ale. It went really well, the beer turned out slightly darker and higher in starting gravity than I originally intended, but it is the first step of a learning experience.
I heard back from Deschutes, I did not get the internship. There were 7 students applying, and 3 of them got 2 week internships. Good for them.
The structure of our brewing sciences lecture for this semester are completely different. Since we all have a solid foundation, we are now able to just have many successive hour-long discussions as a class on IBD Exam related topics. So far, we have continued to discuss our most recently covered material, yeast fermentation.


Blogger Andy said...

Meh - I hear Deschutes is changing the recipes on their beers anyway - and they're getting rid of Quail Springs IPA. Who needs 'em?

6:49 AM

Anonymous Anonymous said...

I should stop reading this blog. It's ruining the MAGIC of beer.

8:19 AM

Blogger Christopher Hughes said...

Lindsay should be able to fill you in on Yeast fermentation


11:38 AM


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