My home-brewed beer was a big hit at the Super Bowl!

Watching the Baltimore Ravens take on the San Francisco 49ers was so much more fun with my home brewed beer.

After weeks of anticipation, by the time Super Bowl Sunday rolled around, I was so excited. My friends and I worked out who was bringing what, so that we had all of the essentials to watch the big game. And thanks to the electric heater I brought over, Gabe’s garage was the perfect temperature. 

While other people made sure that we had the right party snacks, I brought my home made beer, eager to show of my brewing skills to all of my friends. Even though the process took a few weeks, once I tasted the beer I made, it was totally worth it. Just to make sure that the finished product was good, I invited my friend Jason over on Friday for a sample. 

Each of us determined that the handmade beer was superb, and couldn’t wait to show it off to our friends at the party. Once we got there, the beer was a big hit. Everyone tasted it, and I got tons of compliments. My friends told me that I’m officially in charge of beverages for special occasions from now on, insisting that I make beer that we can all enjoy. 

And since the process is so much fun, I would be thrilled to do so. Later this week, I’m planning to start a new batch, and hope that it is as successful as the first one. Best of all, the beer was a great topic of conversation, since it didn’t just come from the store like most beverages. All night, everyone had something to chat about, even if they didn’t like football. 

I can’t wait until I get more skilled at brewing my own beer, and can try out a few varieties. This is a great new hobby!

 

Related posts:

  1. It’s time for my Super Bowl brew to go in the refrigerator
  2. Things are looking good with my home-brewed beer
  3. Getting set up for the big Super Bowl party
  4. Bottling my handmade beer
  5. The first steps of my home brewing experiment

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