Monthly Archives: September 2011

Beyond bottling day… how to make great, finished homebrew

There have been a lot of things that I’ve picked up as a hobby which, over time, became semi-obsessions.  Homebrewing is one of them, but the biggest and longest lasting one I have is photography.  I grudgingly started doing black … Continue reading

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A cost analysis of homebrewing

Homebrewing, how do I love thee?  Let me count the ways… Of course there’s tons of great things to say about homebrewing and wine making, and why they’re so great.  The friendships, the great beer, the joy of making something … Continue reading

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Check your spigots!

Almost all of us have suffered from a beer leak at one point during our homebrewing days.  I’m so famous for it that one of my homebrewing friends got me set of brewing towels for my birthday.  It always seems … Continue reading

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