Tuesday, August 3, 2010

Gunk Haus Brewhaha ...

Gunk Haus is closed on Tuesday, which only means that we have less people around than usual, but work still needs to be done, like payroll, prepwork, paperwork, and what not.

I did a bunch of that this morning, then proceeded to continuing work on the walk-in cooler in the basement (we're slated to pour the footing on Friday, and frame out the room on Saturday; how exciting is that?!).

For the afternoon we had planned our first staff meeting, which was to be all about how to brew beer. As we will be a more beer-centric restaurant (once I have the tap system in place) we felt the staff should know how beer is made and what makes different beers different.

And what better than actually making beer. So we all got together this afternoon, I talked about the different ingredients used to make beer, and showed them how beer is made. Before we put it into the fermentation bucket, everybody got to try the unfermented beer (also called wort), and judging from that I am happy to say that it will turn into a spectacular beer.

Dirk

3 comments:

lindaingeborg said...

Hey!

Terrific idea with the brew. I know how much fun we have when we do it. Lots thanks to you guys! Now we just have to learn how to make the beer taste good or to make it not induce immediate hang overs. Awrigh, the beer is fine but it's all the same. Now I guess we have to get a little adventury and start experimenting.

Good luck with the pouring! That's a big one and you'll really feel that you on the way!

Again hopefully I will be up there on tuesday and maybe I'll see ya.

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