Monthly Archives: March 2012

The Cursed Recipe

I found this Irish red recipe that looked really good, but for one reason or another, I just can’t seem to brew it right. The first time I brewed it, I didn’t realize it was a 10.5G batch. So I … Continue reading

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Mike’s Classic Saison Tasting Notes #1

Just a couple of notes here about this Saison. When I tried it directly after the state fair competition, about 2 months after brewing, I wasn’t real impressed. It was tasty enough, but it just didn’t have all the freaky … Continue reading

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Catching up on the Pipeline

I’ve often heard of a homebrewer’s beer supply as “the pipeline”. On one side of the pipeline, you’re making beer, on the other side of the pipeline, you’re drinking it. Of course, in the middle there’s a whole series of … Continue reading

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