I broke my bottling into two days of work. Day one was infinitely worse.
DAY 1: Label removing from approximately 57 bottles of beer (on the wall*)
It was tedious and after I was about 2/3 of the way done, my dad found a more efficient way to achieve my goals of removing all the adhesive.
|Washed, de-labeled, and ready for sanitizing!|
First I transfered all of the delicious smelling uncarbonated beer into the bottling bucket along with a sugar solution (same kind of bucket, just with a spigot).
|That's my "stop taking pictures and help me" look.|
Then I filled forty-some odd bottles with the beer with a nifty little filling tube thing. My mom helped a lot. The red contraption on the counter in the picture below is what closed down the caps on the bottles.
And now we wait, again. The beer should be fully carbonated in about two weeks. And then I can drink the fruits (hops?) of my labor!
*No beer was actually on the wall. Hopefully you don't have that song stuck in your head now like I do.