Monthly Archives: September 2014

Arachnophobia

Wort traveling through the Hop Spider and Hops infusing lots of flavor into the boil   1.010  Oct 18,2014 Tangerine, light grapefruit, slightly bitter. 5.5 ABV Style Information Name: Arachnophobia Recipe Type: Extract Category: Hoppy Pale Grains & Extracts Name … Continue reading

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Chocolate PB Stout

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Peach Pale

We were not impressed with beer, so we combined the Fou De Graisse Sour Ale that we brewed on 09-28-2014 with this beer, Fermentation started again in the keg. We sampled this beer 09-13-2014 and we are very pleased where this sour is going. Horse Blanket smell, light peach sour. Another couple weeks and we will put it on tap Continue reading

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Session IPAs…

 Session IPAs offer the taste of hops without the kick of alcohol The quaffable Sessions ale, by Saucony Creek Brewing in Pennsylvania, has three kinds of hops and a firm bitterness but is only 4 percent alcohol by volume. (Saucony … Continue reading

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And Ireland…

Irish craft beer market on course for sales of more than €15m Booming sector has almost tripled in size since 2011 as customers seek more choice The Irish craft beer industry is on course for sales of more than €15 … Continue reading

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Even In France!!

Revolution brewing as French finally fall in love with craft beer A citrus-flavoured blonde beer to go with foie gras or a peat-smoked brew perfect for whisky lovers: three decades after microbreweries faced near extinction in wine-dominated France, craft beer … Continue reading

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