Yesterday I bottled the Kind Kitten Session Ale, which was tasting a bit green and super hoppy. Hopefully this balances out a bit in the upcoming weeks, but nevertheless, this is already a flavor packed beer at only 2.7% ABV. After the bottling, I directly transferred (after a quick cleanup) the Purring Nun Belgian Strong Dark Ale into the keg, where it will bulk age for a couple of months. Gravity had fallen to 1.011, giving the beer an ABV of 9.0%. This was exactly where I wanted the gravity to fall to, and the small taste sample was quite promising as well. A little warm with alcohol and quite estery, but this will diminish slightly with the bulk aging. Finally, I dry-hopped the Brett IPA with 45 g each of Nelson Sauvin and Galaxy. Will be bottling this batch in a week.