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Brewing My First Batch of Kombucha – Takeaways

If you read my first kombucha post, Choosing to Brew Kombucha with the Intention of Kegging, you likely know that I've put of brewing my first batch of kombucha for years. As I think about it, there really is no good reason why I've put it off so … [Read more...]

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Choosing to Brew Kombucha with the Intention of Kegging

Brewing a batch of kombucha has been a long time coming for me. I've always enjoyed drinking kombucha, its tanginess and that slight effervescence is very refreshing and enjoyable - especially on a warm day. As I learned more about the health … [Read more...]

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Nitro cold brew tricycle

This is our tricycle that we use for Nitro cold brew during festivals. The front and top has chalkboard paint so that we can label what we're serving. … [Read more...]

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My New Wooden Keezer…Just Finished

Thought I would show yall my keezer build. Still going to build a matching brewing bench beside it but Im very happy with how the keezer turned out. The keezer is on wheels so that it can pull away from the wall for loading kegs or cleaning beer … [Read more...]

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6 Tap Rolling Redwood Keezer

6 taps on a 2x8 redwood riser. Added casters to roll out to the patio. … [Read more...]

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LED Lit Wood Kegerator

White LED when Lagering, red LED when compressor kicks on. Outside is hardwood. … [Read more...]

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How to Use Gelatin to Clarify Your Beer

This is something that we almost always do when we homebrew, but it wasn't until a recent question that I even considered writing about it. The question was simple, "how do you get your beer so clear?" Simple answer was -gelatin. We recently … [Read more...]

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Building a Craft Beer Bar for Weddings: Setting Up the Draft System

This is the fourth post in our multi-part series on building a craft beer bar for your wedding or event. If you haven’t seen the other posts, you can check them out at the links below: Part 1: Building a Craft Beer Bar for Weddings Part … [Read more...]