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Jeffrey Crane
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+Dan Olson created this video for Council Brewing explaining about Beatitude, our tart saison series.
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Exploring Oak Aging Alternatives Part 1: Background
I really enjoy oak aged and oak fermented beers. It might have something to do with my first real craft beer being a Firestone DBA . For the styles I enjoy the most (Farmhouse and sour styles), I find as an almost absolute rule that the beer is always bette...
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Win a Hand Made Portland Growler Company Growler! #homebrew
I own several Portland Growler Company Growlers.  These growlers are hand made, functional works of art.   Check out my Hands on Review. Portland Growler Company is giving away a free growler (up to $65 in value) to one luck...
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The Great EBY Brett Experiment: Brew Process and Bottling
This post was months in the making, so I'll do my best to keep it edited ( Background info here ). I tend to lean towards pictures for most of my explanation as I work better that way. And most of the focus for this post will be about the organization/logis...
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Exploring Oak Aging Alternatives Part 2: Cost
This second part in the series attempts to compare the cost for different oak aging alternatives as well as providing some resources that can be used by the homebrewer and pro brewer. I want to clarify that this is only covering cost. As a person that cares...
This second part in the series attempts to compare the cost for different oak aging alternatives as well as providing some resources that can be used by the homebrewer and pro brewer. I want to clarify that this is only covering cost. As a person that cares about the product they produce, ...
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Barrel Filling Brew Day at Council Brewing
Curtis in front of the brew system and filling the red wine barrels with Flanders Red With the announcement of the Council Brewing Barrel Program , this post will be the start of transitioning from my homebrew adventures into the semi-pro. I will do my best...
With the announcement of the Council Brewing Barrel Program, this post will be the start of transitioning from my homebrew adventures into the semi-pro. I will do my best to keep writing about upcoming batches, which we already have about 8 in the pipeline. I'll be sharing recipes and our ...
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Introducing Council Brewing's Barrel Program
It's finally time to share some information about Council Brewing . I've been waiting to release information as I wanted to ensure everything was going to happen (unlike a previous attempt with another brewery ). It is now official. I can say this because t...
Well, it's "real". Council Brewing is fully licensed (we could sell beer now!) and permitted. Liz and Curtis are finishing construction and assembling the 3 BBL system from Stout Tanks. The plan is to ferment in plastic conicals on bases with wheels that can be moved in and out of the ...
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The Great EBY Brett Experiment: Round 1 Tasting Notes
A group of 12 of us met on December 19th in the back room of KnB Wine Cellars  to taste the first round of bottles for the Great Brettanomyces Experiment. We had a very ambitious goal of trying all 20 strains in one sitting. It wasn't the optimal way of doi...
A group of 12 of us met on December 19th in the back room of KnB Wine Cellars to taste the first round of bottles for the Great Brettanomyces Experiment. We had a very ambitious goal of trying all 20 strains in one sitting. It wasn't the optimal way of doing the tasting, but really the only ...
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Sour Beer: 2013 Flanders Red - 4th Annual
Now that I look back on it, Flanders Red is the only beer that I've re-brewed. I guess that says a lot about me as a homebrewer. This batch will be my 4th generation (and still using the same Roeselare blend). I've learned a good bit about this style and so...
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Homebrewer (sour/wild beers and farmhouse ales); Bicycle Enthusiast; Local Adventurer; Father
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Born and Raised in San Diego, CA. Graduated from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo with a BS&MS in Materials Engineering. While there met my wife, Ashley. Now I'm helping raise our daughter, Annabel. Currently living in San Diego.
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