Monthly Archives: November 2016

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November 2016

Brewer’s Blog: Lemondrop Helles

Until the time that I went to Germany for school, I didn't have much of an affection for Helles or Pilseners. I had a thought that German brewers were stuck in the past and that the Helles and Pils styles should have evolved to keep up with other modern styles. In a way, the German [...]

Brewer’s Blog: Strong Scotch Ale

As I get caught up on my blog posts, I'm going to try to refrain from saying "I'm super excited about this one!" in reference to every beer we've brewed... Except for this one, because I'm super excited about this one. I've always loved barrel aging beers and the barrels we got for this are [...]

Brewer’s Blog: Hazy Hoppy Beers

Normally I like to update my blog posts as I'm brewing new beers. Unfortunately, I'm still getting the flow of brewing on a new system and as a result, I haven't figured out how to schedule my down time on brew days to allow for blog updates. I'm going to try to get caught up [...]

The Michelada

Meet our blonde ale: It's so crystal clear you can read the newspaper through it when it's in brown glass: We affectionally call it "la guera," and it isn't an easy beer to make. There's no room to hide a problem, as every little part of the beer is exposed. Not to brag, but we nailed it. [...]

Brewery Hours From Now Until Our Grand Opening

The good news is that plans for our taproom are finally submitted to the city. The bad news is that even if the city is quick to approve everything, which they have been so far, we've got about a month of work to do. Exactly how much is unclear, so we don't have a grand [...]