My BIAB Brown is conditioned and ready to drink. It’s cloudy, expected because I forgot my kettle finings, but that’s merely an aesthetic flaw. One that sets my teeth on edge, but merely aesthetic. The beer itself is quite good – I’ll mod the recipe for all-grain full batches in the future. It’s a 5% beer sessionable, 50 IU, finished with Willamette, bitter and malty and quite fruity-floral, a direction I believe might be called tropical fruit. Browns are the “boring” category – this one isn’t. I’m happy and quite proud of this beer, even cloudy.