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Adventures in Homebrew: Rye IPA & Dark, Hoppy Rye Ale

Adventures in Homebrew: Rye IPA & Dark, Hoppy Rye Ale I have been swamped at work lately and, as a result, the ol’ blog has been feeling a might neglected. You’ll have to trust me that this is the lesser of two evils though. And though most of my waking hours have been spent slashing through decade-old C Basic code, I have been able to […]

Adventures in Homebrew: Belgian Bitter

Adventures in Homebrew: Belgian Bitter by kevin@beerandcoding.com Somehow, amid the indulgences of Eugene Beer Week, I managed to squeeze a homebrew session into the first week of May. After several months working with the Timothy Taylor (Wyeast 1469) yeast, followed by a quick stint with a German Wheat (Wyeast 3333) strain, I decided to return to brewing Belgians. More specifically, I revisited the first […]

Eugene Beer Week Wrap Up

Eugene Beer Week Wrap Up – from kevin@beerandcoding.com Now that my brain and liver have both had a few days to recover, I thought I would take some time to reflect on Eugene’s Inaugural Beer Week. First off, it was a hell of a lot of fun. It is a rare occasion that two beer events […]

Craft Beer Drinkers, Meet Your New Top 50

Oregon fields 5 “craft” breweries in the current top 50. Congratulations to Ninkasi for making the list.

Redhook’s New Look + Q&A with Robert Rentsch

New bottles, new packaging, cans and new beer. I had an opportunity to pass along some questions to Robert Rentsch, Redhook’s Brand Manager, about the brewery’s 30th Anniversary and its recent changes.

Eugene Beer Week is Coming

That’s right kids, in a couple months lil’ Eugene will play host to its first Beer Week! 16 Tons co-owner Mike Coplin has been hard at work organizing the inaugural beer week, which promises to be 7 days of craft events, anchored by the Annual Sasquatch Brewfest.

Adventures in Homebrew: Heather Ale

A Recipe for weekend homebrew happiness from Beer and Coding.

Adventures in Homebrew: English Brown Ale

With the dark crystal malts of a London-style Brown and the nutty toasted grains of a Northern, my geographically challenged brown beer falls somewhere between the two recognized styles.

Adventures in Homebrew: British-ish Bitter

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Adventures in Homebrew: Belgian Triticale Pale

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