Here you go, hopheads: Heavily hopped with simco; also hopped with citra, columbus, centennial, chinook and amarillo. Balanced and not overly bitter. Hopkick Murphy is a contender for our steady lineup, and will definitely be here for our next tasting and our June opening.
We are toasting the arrival of our glassware today: 1 L flip-top growlers and 8 oz. glasses. Pictured is Jalapeno Jack (Sheila’s choice) and Last Days of May (Mike’s double IPA). A beer list and description page is soon to come.
Cheers, and thank you so much for your support!
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Brother Bluto version A is made with a Belgian Trappist yeast. B is a Belgian Abbey yeast, which is a bit less sweet and more appropriate for the beer: it was also more popular with our tasters.
Area 27: A is made with a London Ale yeast which is fruitier. B is a dryer American Ale yeast. Version A was slightly more popular but it was close, so version B may be brewed again with a different name (kind of companion brews like our Courageous Cat and Minute Mouse).
Hopefully our bats are coming back…it’s time to convert the barn… the new brew equipment is starting to arrive…the goats are just really cute and fun.
We are taste-testing our Quadzilla modified test batch tonight, after adding the bourbon soaked chips for about two weeks. Visually, not much of a change. But wow, are they different. We love them both but are a bit biased. We can’t wait to see what the tasting folks think.