Monthly Archives: December 2009

I have draft beer in my house!

I feel as thought I have turned a corner in my life. I now have draft beer accessible in my house. This could be both a blessing and a curse. The blessing: kegging homebrew is SO much easier than bottling. … Continue reading

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Oskar Blues beers aged in Stranahan’s whiskey barrels

Last night at Barley’s we had a flight of Oskar Blues beers that had been aged in Stranahan’s whiskey barrels and served from casks: Mama’s Little Yella Pils, Old Chub and Ten Fidy. If you have never had a barrel-aged … Continue reading

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Untamed-PSG Collaboration Coffee Stout

A couple months ago, I was approached by my friends at the Palmetto Software Group to brew a beer for their company holiday party/customer appreciation gifts/general consumption. After an evening to tasting a variety of beers at Barley’s they settled … Continue reading

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from the Hop Press: an interview with Tom Davis, brewmaster & founder of Thomas Creek

My latest post on the Hop Press: An interview with Tom Davis of Thomas Creek Tom and his father, Bill, talked with me about why they got into beer, how Tom started brewing, and what gave him the desire to … Continue reading

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December 2009 – North Coast Brother Thelonious

Author’s Note: It has been five months since my last Beer of the Month nomination. I have been focusing a lot more on homebrew over the past few months, so I haven’t been drinking as much commercial stuff as I … Continue reading

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