Monthly Archives: December 2012

The Master Series Part IV: Endless Summer

Currently, I work for Endless Summer Harvest, a hydroponic farm in Purcellville that grows leafy green vegetables year-round.  My job has given me a lot of great opportunities to meet local producers and find interesting ingredients to use in beers. … Continue reading

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Big vs. Small Beers

Describing the strength of beers can be fairly difficult, especially to someone new to brewing terminology.  If you say a beer is “light,” do you mean low in alcohol, pale in color, or light in body and flavor?  Or all … Continue reading

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The Master Series Part III: Warden’s Lament

Today I brewed another beer in the Master Series, maybe the most interesting one of all.  Warden’s Lament will be a sour barrel-aged tripel, made with several unique methods to produce something totally interesting. Warden’s Lament starts as a tripel, … Continue reading

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