Here you can find yet more photos of us acting all clever-like in someone else's brewery although, if you've looked at the previous brewday's photos, you'll definitely be bored of pictures of metal tanks and us clambering in and out of them by now...

So, on that note, enjoy these photos of our third brew at Little Ale Cart, Independence Day Pale Ale...

51st State Bez 3  Goodbye Fudge

Running off the mash... it tasted a lot nicer than it looks here!

Your name's not on the list, sonny...

Our new assistant brewer...

Dave digging out the mash

Our pot of yeast getting a bit frisky and blowing it's lid off!

Gazza with 5kg of Citra...

5 kilos of US hops in the copper...

Before Dave got in to clean it out!

Independence Day straight from the Paraflow... and yes, it was sunny in Sheffield; miracles do happen!

Our fermenter foaming away nicely...

We returned the following weekend to rack the brew...

Sue giving us a hand with the very important job of cask washing

And again!

Our latest piece of hi-tech kit - a dry-hopping applicator! (OK, it's a Homebase funnel with the spout sawn off...)

Running off the first sample of LAC3...

... before giving it a good once-over!

Measuring sediment from returned casks

Measuring out the Citra dry-hops

And there they are, ready to go into Merton Ruination!

Here comes the finings...

Racking in progress

The Citras go into the hi-tech dry hopping contraption

And, finally, all the casks are filled and in the cold store!

The pin of "Goodbye Fudge" in Gazza's boot on it's way to Church End.

Independence Day hits the pubs... the Riverside, Sheffield

The Citra dry-hopped Merton Ruination at the Star festival, Huddersfield...

And at it's home, Merton beer festival.  (Phot by Fin)

Bez in the Cask & Welly shortly before it burst

Description of Independence Day on the Dragon's beer board