So I'm under the impression homebrewers can't shut up about their projects.
Ya'll like to yak on and on all about your newest brews, what wonderful combination of grains, hops, and yeasts you just used for your amazing batch that's fermenting as we speak
and will be the best thing ever.
I bet you'd like us all to believe your beers all come out looking like this
But let's be honest.
They're probably more like this
So let's hear it. What have you got fermenting in your bucket/carboy right now?
What do you have kegged and ready to go?
Or perhaps you're going the bottle conditioning route and you want your beer alive
and naturally carbonated
Are you an extract or all-grain brewer? Maybe a bit of both?
Does your bedroom/office/garage look like this?
Have people become concerned about your "hobby"?
Share some recipes while you're at it!
Or perhaps you have no idea what terms like carboy, bottle conditioning, pitching, wort, mash, and lauter tun mean. But would like to.
If there's anything homebrewers love more than talking about their brews, it's instructing homebrewing noobs on how to properly brew.
Here are some resources to get you started as well:
Need some equipment?
Edit: here's an excel spreadsheet
for calculating various beer numbers (real extract, abv, abw, calories per 12 oz, apparently attenuation, and real attenuation). I got the fomulas from here