Got up early (4:45 am) to take a shower and drive my daughter to work. Hit the Giant on the way back for Saturday morning bargains, then the Weis in East Berlin. Sirloin pork rib roast for $1.29/lb, 1/2 turkey bone in breast $1.29/lb, chicken wings $0.49/lb, cryovac corn beef brisket, 50% off, thin sliced sirloin beef for steak sandwiches $3.99/lb, London broil buy one get one free. Almost didn't have room in the fridge, I love after holiday meat sales! After getting a haircut, filling the propane (should have done it in the reverse order), started a batch of what turned out to be American Pale Ale (got more grain than the English bitter recipe, brain fart I guess). Cooking it now out in the garage, only problem is that the water lines to my immersion wort chiller keep freezing up. Might have to perch it up on some bricks and let the wind and 15*F temps cool it down. Guess there aren't too many rouge wild yeasties floating around in the wind today. Planning on cheese steak sandwiches tonight, too cold to be grilling in the wind. I'll do the chicken wings tomorrow, supposed to be calm and 22*F, a heat wave! Edit: 2 1/2 hours of "natural" cooling and the wort is only down to 120*F, at the bottom of the pot. So if you ever get stuck in the middle of nowhere on a cold winters night, make sure you have a hot pot of wort in the trunk of your car to help keep you warm.