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 by email@example.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 – from firstname.lastname@example.org 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 […]
Oregon fields 5 “craft” breweries in the current top 50. Congratulations to Ninkasi for making the list.
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.
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.
A Recipe for weekend homebrew happiness from Beer and Coding.
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.
Beer and Coding in Eugene
Adventures in Homebrew: Belgian Triticale Pale