This is pretty much a copy and paste post.
We have been waiting all year for St. Patrick’s Day and this year it happens to fall on a Wednesday; the planets must be aligned.
We will have plenty of Irish Food, Beer and Music and we are getting started early, so you can still come by even if you have other St. Patty’s Day plans.
Hope to see everyone next Wednesday night. And as always bring a friend or two!
Come join us at the brewery for our annual day before Thanksgiving Brewnight! We will be brewing up another batch of our IPA and possibly working on some other things. If you are still in town Wednesday night, please come join us and bring all of your friends and family. We have Oatmeal Stout, IPA, Oktoberfest, Wit and Rye P.A. all on tap! Call or email me if you need directions (678) 231-3171 / email@example.com
Despite the torrential downpour today, we brewed up our Oatmeal Stout. Thanks again to Neal and the gang plus TAYLOR and Ed for weathering the storm and showing up to brew night sans beer. I’d also like to point out that David showed up and expressed interest in brewing, we made him clean a lot… but you’ve got to start somewhere. After we took our original gravity, we thought we were going to wind up with a pretty big beer (aka… it’ll get you drunk), but we only missed our OG by 2 points. For those who couldn’t make it, I snapped a few photos with my iPhone. See below… I’d also like to mention that we are on track for having 10 gallons of Wit ready for next Wednesday! Check back often for updates on our progress on brewing and starting a craft brewery in Kennesaw. We wouldn’t be where we are now without all of our fans support!
We also fixed the kegerator! Happy brewing everyone!
The weather held out and we were able to brew up our new and improved IPA. Our new recipe has over 30 pounds of grain and close to a pound of hops. This one should be a drastic difference from our old recipe. Even with a massive grain bill stacked against us, we were able to do the impossible and not boil over despite having 14.84 gallons of wort in the kettle… and we have proof.
Thanks to Neal and his gang for coming out in support and bringing his refractometer to test out. I have to say though, you can’t go wrong with the trusty hydrometer… I would also like to thank Tyler for stepping up to the plate and purchasing a case of finely crafted ales for us to try from Total Wine.
For those of you trying to understand why we do what we do, watch. I think it tells the story well.
“I Am A Craft Brewer” is a collaborative video representing the camaraderie, character and integrity of the American Craft Brewing movement. Created by Greg Koch, CEO of the Stone Brewing Co. and Chris & Jared of Redtail Media…and more than 35 amazing craft brewers from all over the country.