Hop Storage Jar Sealer

Last fall I found some good deals on hops and bought several pounds.  So far they’ve remained unopened, but soon I’ll have no choice but to open them.  This is the first time I’ve bought such a large amount of hops and I’ve been going back and forth on how to store them once they’re more »

Honey Porter

The second part of my dual brew day (if you missed the first part, you can find the Rye Wit here) was a Honey Porter.  I had brewed one a few years ago from a kit and it turned out pretty well.  A friend, who happens to keep bees, asked if he supplied some honey more »

Rye Wit

This weekend I decided to attempt something I haven’t done in a while…a double brew day. This isn’t something I often do because if you don’t manage your time well things are going to get hectic. I don’t brew to have a hectic day. I brew to enjoy the process and make beer. That said I’ve more »

Just Peachy

  My wife, God love her, is not a fan of beer.  Wine, cider, and mead are really more her speed.  On a recent trip to California she tasted and really liked a peach mead.  I cannot remember who made it or what the name of it was, but that is not the point.  The point more »

BrewPi Build: The Beginning

A while back I bought a Raspberry Pi which is a computer about the size of an Altoids tin that was developed in the UK.  There are a number of cool things you can do with this thing and after playing around with it for a while it ended up setting in my box of tinkering more »