Irish Red Ale, Continued

The Irish Red Ale I started last week was slow to get going, but is doing quite well now.

After pitching the yeast, it took about 2 days for any noticeable foam. The foam started as a thin layer of dense tan. This steadily morphed into a more recognizable, whiteish-tan foam, tall, but thinly bubbled. And this then turned into a almost filmy, slick, not-so-thick-but-not-so-thin layer of tan, milky foam.

The beer itself is dark in volume, but looks like it will be good when the time comes. I’m interested to see what the color is like when not at volume.

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