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Upcoming Beers

Here’s a list of upcoming beers!  All dates subject to change. 4/26 Heart and Soul IPA 4/28 Lemon Serrano Storm 5/3 Dedicated IPA w/Motueka, Denali, Simcoe–Delirium Collab 5/5 Dulce De Leche Imperial Stout w/cans, Vibes Berliner Weisse w/Key Limes, Vanilla, … Continue reading

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Hype

I’ve kept this blog positive so far, but I’m going to take a one-time departure and vent about something I really hate.  Hype.  Hype is my least favorite part of the beer industry.  It obfuscates beer quality and turns something … Continue reading

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Rules for Starting a Brewery

A couple years ago I wrote a post on rules for starting a nanobrewery.  Since then, I’ve learned a lot and progressed past a nano into a successful full-size brewery.  I’d like to share a list of rules for success … Continue reading

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Victory Lap

So here we are after a month and a half of being open, and it seems like everything was an instant success.  The taproom is reliably packed, and distro is starting to pick up.  After so much work, it is … Continue reading

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Upcoming Beers

Hey everyone, here’s a look at some of the beers we are going to release over the next month.  We have a few new ones that I am pretty excited about. Wednesday 3/8: Peach Habanero Storm IPA.  Probably my favorite … Continue reading

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Thoughts on Expansion

I am very happy about the successful first weekend–I don’t think things could have turned out much better.  We have a lot of work ahead to get ready for our grand opening, but I definitely think everyone who came out … Continue reading

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Spontaneous Beer

As we work to open our second location, we wanted to try a test of making spontaneously fermented beer at our nano.  This method involves using only ambient yeast and bacteria in the surrounding air to inoculate and ferment the … Continue reading

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