Category Archives: Homebrewing

“Phat Tyre” – A legend like no other

We’ve all got those dreams right, if I ever had a brewery… (*homebrew label only)

Everyone probably has a great memory or that “Aha” moment when you fell in love with your favorite craft beer. I remember mine going back in time 15 years when I had my first New Belgium Fat Tire Amber Ale. … [More]

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Pandemic Barleywine

As a homebrewer, what better way is there to reflect the optimism that comes with the start of a new year than to brew a barleywine. It has always been one of my favorite beer styles.  So as the year came to an end, I started looking at my favorites for some ideas – Sierra Nevada … [More]

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It’s the Great Pumpkin…Brown Ale

All of the malts pre-ground and mixed together in harmony

The story dating back to 1966 brings joyous memories to many viewers, both young and old. I am sure we all have our favorite snippets of the show that we enjoyed in our youth and eventually shared with our kids. Who can forget a … [More]

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Brewer’s Best ─ Featuring Blueberry Honey Ale

One of our most recent collaborations with L.D. Carlson, our longest tenured wholesale distributor partner, resulted in their Brewer’s Best collection of kits. This collection includes the Blueberry Honey Ale homebrew kit that features our new American Honey Malt. Although… [More]

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A Funky Collaboration

Who says playing in the sandbox when you were young wasn’t useful?

Collaboration takes place when two individuals or a group of people work together toward achieving a common goal by sharing ideas and skills. Breweries have often joined forces for the greater good, to enhance an organization,… [More]

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