Category Archives: Brewing
The latest find at HomePlus, Max: Kiwi edition.
Of course, when you hear that a Korean brewery has made a special, limited New Zealand edition of their typical swill, your immediate thought is that it will somehow include kiwi juice. Instead, they apparently used a crop of New Zealand hops (and possible passion fruit) to make their newest brew. Continue reading
If the world were a perfect place you could drink beer anywhere, at anytime. While it might still be a faux pas to drink during a funeral service or couples therapy, it surely wouldn’t be an immediate indicator of alcoholism. … Continue reading
Leftover EPA v2.0 LifeSpan Originally uploaded by foambrew This is a test of Flickr’s blogging utility… At right is a picture of of the lifespan of my “Leftover EPA v2.0” It was long ago kegged and consumed. I’m not sure … Continue reading
So the move happened, and I am securely in my new home. It’s pretty quite and my roomates are mostly gone while I am there. It’s an average southside minneapolis house, but it has an above average awesome kitchen. There … Continue reading
Here is my second attempt at brewing a from-scratch EPA. If you remember, my last batch ended up being terribly sweet after several months in the bottle. For this batch, I toned down the original gravity and also decreased the … Continue reading
It’s been quite a bit longer than I had planned since the last post. That’s not to say I haven’t been working on blog related things, I just haven’t done a good job documenting them. As my last post mentioned, … Continue reading