I normally avoid brewing in the summer as the yeasts I normally use don’t want to go much above 20°C. However, I’ve got some Belgian Saison yeast (Mangrove Jack’s M27), which positively welcomes temperatures of 25°C and above. I don’t think the ambient temperature is going to exceed that this week, so I’ve jumped on the opportunity to set another brew going.
Tomorrow morning I’ll find out what gravity I hit, as I’ve been messing about with the recipe. However, for today, this picture of the mashing process, shot with my iPad, can count towards my 52photos project.