I am always looking for new ways to incorporate local flavors into my brews, and after learning about the chicory flower/plant(and that it grows rampant near me), I decided an experimental batch was in order. I have had good commercial examples that had used chicory, so I figured why not go with a full 5 gallons using a North English […]Read more "Foraging and Brewing Beer with Chicory Root"
Part A: The idea Gose (pronounced “Gose-uh”), a traditional German-style sour wheat beer brewed with coriander and salt. As you may have noticed, this style of beer has seen a recent resurgence in the US, but it is often a much more restrained version (less salty, less spice, cleaner flavor) than its German counterpart. TL;DR A sour […]Read more "A GosÉ From the Past"
Our 2015 Summer (Craft Beer) Vacation documenting our trip Throughout Washington State and Oregon. This is my first time editing video, so I apologize for any amateur use of cuts/zooms/fades haha!Read more "Our 2015 Summer (Craft Beer) Vacation"
This is my very first post. Please bear with me as I learn how all this works. This is a blog about homebrewing, some other related DIY projects, and anything fermentation related, really. A slight focus on terroir and experimental brewing hopefully will come through, aiming to utilize local ingredients to the fullest, while pushing boundaries and […]Read more "Hello world!"