Winding down on the lettuce season finally…but not before a big deluge of lettuce. I cleaned out most of the red leaf bed, about 1/3 of the mesclun bed, and a medium thinning of the green leaf bed. A good deal of peas too…guess nobody told them they aren’t supposed to be here until the 4th of July, this is our 4th harvest! Lesson learned on the peas: do not use tomato cages to hold them up when growing in a lasagna garden. It has always worked in my other beds but I put them in the lasagna bed and they took off! Easily 6 feet in height if stretched out but they are folded over because they outgrew the cages.
And I’ll be trying my first lager tonight!
Not carbonated enough yet.
Appearance:Beautiful color. You’ll have to wait for when it is ready for a photo.
Smell:Unmistakeable lager smell
Taste:decent malty backbone, light bitter, needs to melt together more and will benefit from carbonation
Mouthfeel:thin, crisp, light, medium dry finish, very refreshing!
Drinkability: very drinkable, a quaffer for sure