Tonight we’re brewing another batch of our Belgian wit beer (name pending – thanks for all the feedback). Since switching from a Bavarian style hefe to the Belgian wit, we’ve made 2 batches and are very pleased with the results. All indications are that tonight will be a good crowd, so drop us a line
I could give you excuses. I could tell you that Jonathan’s absence is, believe it or not, strongly felt. I could tell you that Joel’s been out of the country for a week and his first day back is kicking his tail. I could tell you that my in-laws are in town for a week.
We’re still trying to catch our breath after the overwhelming success that was our first Brewhaha Saturday night. We had about 200 people come. Expect some more in-depth posting later, but for now I wanted to say thanks to everyone who helped out and to everyone who came. It was a lot of fun! You
We’ve had a lot of phone calls/emails wondering if the party is still going down because of the Great Tornado Fest of 2008 last night. To put it bluntly: yes. Come on over!
We’re planning on having a lot of visitors over tomorrow. This whole Brewhaha thing has gotten very big very quickly, so we decided to clean the garage up a little bit. Joel of all people had a good idea ? let’s rethink our grain storage situation. We still keep our base malts in big airtight
Our first Brewhaha is right around the corner. We’ve had a lot of interest in said Brewhaha, and many people are wondering what to expect and how it will all work. For those of you who are antsy in your pantsies, here are a few more details: Everyone gets a free MNB pint glass People
On Friday we said goodbye to our dear friend and fellow brewer Troy Bash (Yes, that’s his last name…AMAZING). No, he didn’t die but after his 8 month stint in Atlanta (as some sort of “project manager”) he is now being shipped off to Detroit Michigan. Rumor has it he can actually see Canada looking
Needless to say, we gon’ be official at the Brewhaha.
If you’re on our mailing list, you already know about our first Brewhaha, March 15 of this year. Unless our emails go straight to your SPAM folder, in which case you need to seriously reevaluate your SPAM software. We’ll have 4 of our beers served up nice, and everyone who comes will be given a
Today was a great day. Skiing in the morning, Japanese food for dinner, and Onsens with beer in the evening. Onsens (next to lots of cool electronics and cars) are one of the greatest inventions of the Japanese. They’re essentially volcanically fed hot springs that are usually up in the mountainous regions of the country.
As Jonathan has previously mentioned I’m currently in Japan visiting family. Apart from receiving a minor concussion every day as I walk through the doors and forget to duck (door frames are about 5’9″, I’m 6’2″…It hurts) the visit has been quite spectacular. One very interesting phenomenon is vending machines. They sell just about anything
Well, not “brewery” per se… More like brewpub. 5 Seasons Brewpub is opening up another location: The exciting 5 Seasons Westside, our newest and most ambitious 5, is now rising at the intersection of Howell Mill Road and Marietta Street. Watch for a Grand Opening early in 2008. Hopefully this will help to tide you