Category Archive: Big Batch Brewing

Slackin’ Off, Surly and Single-Hopped Beers

So, this week’s a little different, and a little sweatier. My son and I had just spent about a half-hour trying to stand and walk. You’d think I’d have this mastered by now, right? But it’s way more challenging when you’re trying to walk on a 2-inch wide fabric belt between two trees. After all …

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Summer Refreshment

Drink Up! Citrus with pungent pine washed over my senses, refreshing my taste buds and awakening my sense of aroma. As the hop flavors faded, followed by a bready malt flavor that faded quickly with a dry finish. Some hop flavor lingered, and as it faded, it seemed to coat my tongue almost candy-like. My …

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Back to Back Brew Days

When your beer supply starts to get low, you have to take drastic measures. Over the course of the weekend, I brewed a robust porter and a biere de garde. The result: two fermenters happily bubbling away as 23 gallons of wort becomes beer! Brewing on back to back days allows certain things to happen …

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