Well, yesterday I brewed 10.5 gallons of Reflected Glory Copper Ale--it's named after the nemesis NPC adventuring party that my players competed with for several months (AD&D) before things came to a head in Death Frost Doom. That should be ready to go in about a month. This is the fourth time we've made this recipe, or near enough to count (combat is an abstraction, of course!). Nice rich, hoppy ale. We hopburst it at the end of the brew, so it should have a lot of hoppiness up front but a very mellow aftertaste.
Also bottled our third iteration of mead--Viking's Patience. Since we brewed it over a year ago! But I have about 2.5 gallons of 19% ABV mead at home now. We carbonated it gently--about to the level of Portuguese green wine.