Getting the ball rolling here I have a Red Ale in keg right now, and am planning on brewing a weizen beer this weekend.
What beers do you have in the ferment/ What is your favorite thing about them?
I recommend Beersmith software for creating and maintaining your own recipes, it works great and only $20, well worth the effort.
Mojo - where is your brewing club based? I am in Farmington and would be interested in joining a good homebrew circle.
Love the style. Have you tried "Sublimely Self-Righteous Ale" by Stone?
I just kegged my American Pale Ale. I have my starter going right now to brew a lager next weekend. I developed the recipe to go in the same vein as Brooklyn Lager. It will most closely match a Vienna Lager, but with a little too much hop aroma to be in style. I brewed it last year, and it came out great.
Been brewing all grain for almost two years now. It's not as hard as it might seem, and you can easily build a mash tun out of an orange rubbermaid drinking water cooler.
In the Kegerator:
Vanilla Weizen - Great with a hit of lime
Blood Orange Hefeweizen - Very complex taste with a combination of sweet, sour and malty goodness
ESB - Maybe not the best result. Developed the recipe on my iphone at the brew store.
Abita TurboDog Clone - New Orlean's flagship chocolate brown ale.
Have an American IPA sitting ready in the keg for something to empty.
Sitting in Lager is a Yuengling clone to satisfy those cult fans
Bottled we have:
Strong Holiday Ale
Apple of your Ale - Cider Beer 2 parts cider 3 parts beer
Conditioning test batch of Cherry Wheat.