Monthly Archives: November 2013

Rules for Starting a Nanobrewery

Thinking of starting a nano?  It seems like every homebrewer’s dream.  It was my dream.  If you’ve ever thought about it, let me just be honest about a couple of things.  First, it is some of the hardest work you … Continue reading

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Wood Aged Beers

Barrel-aged beers have become all the rage these days.  Putting a big, strong beer in a barrel is becoming almost as natural as putting butter on toast.  Barrel-aging imparts many flavors to the beer, depending on the kind of wood, … Continue reading

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Anatomy of a Crooked Run Ale

I have a lot of recipes I’ve developed for Crooked Run, and I can’t resist making up new ones all the time.  One of these was my Halloween IPA, Hellfire.  I premiered this beer last Thursday and it sold faster … Continue reading

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