Test bottle from my second batch of home brew, which has been bottle conditioning for just over a week.
It’s a red ale, dry hopped for four days with about 35g of citra and 35g of cascade hops.
I was slightly worried about infection, and it carbing up properly, so opened one of the forty bottles a fair bit earlier than I needed to. It’s still very young, but it’s got a lot of potential and should be lovely in a couple of weeks time.
An article I worked on with one of our sound engineers about showcasing the capabilities of headphones or earphones using a diverse mixture of music.
Pretty happy with the end result, though the list was originally 12 tracks long, but that’s the editing process.
Glad you give a shout out to CHVRCHES in this piece, too, not that they need it. Genuinely one of the most exciting bands to come through Scotland in a while, looking forward to seeing them again on Saturday at Arches, Glasgow.
Aye, and the image is supposed to be a cool, artistic sound wave, only realised it looked a little bit like a screencap of a shampoo advert after we posted it.
Been a while since I updated this, lots to add when I get round to doing a full update, but here’s a recent piece of work I did for Glasgow Uni/GUSRC.
The University/SRC are launching a new postgraduate social space next week. I was involved with developing the new facility from nearly the very start of the project and worked on it for a year before moving on. Having had a say in product range, access, governance, tech set up, and look and feel of the place, it’s pretty sweet to be invited to do the poster for the public launch next week, which I’m also attending. Rounds it off nicely.
Snapped a few photos of the LGBT flag being raised on the South Front of Glasgow University this afternoon to mark International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia (IDAHO). It’s a great gesture by such a prominent institution, and the flag will be visible for miles from Glasgow University’s vantage point on the hill.