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Ed Coffey
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MTF Baltifunk Mega Blend - Bootleg Biology
It's always fun to see how folks approach a similar style of beers differently, which is why this past years Milk the Funk Meet up at HomebrewCon was one of the highlights of the weekend for myself and many others. Got to meet so many folks in person that I...

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Adit - First Bottle Release at Kelly Green Brewing Co.
It really wasn't that long ago that I announced here on the blog that I would be managing a line of mixed fermentation barrel aged beers for Kelly Green Brewing Co . in Pitman, New Jersey. However this has been a project I have been working on the Justin an...

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Solera Year 3 tasting: Bluebs and No Bluebs
Its Solera season 'round these parts, it's time to taste some bottles from last year, brew top-off batches and package some new variations. Every year before I plan out the next top off batch I like to sit down and taste through a few vintages, as well as p...

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Sour Beer Cranberry Sauce Recipe
This week is Thanksgiving here in the States, and that means gluttonous eating, drinking, and football watching with family as we give thanks for what we have...or something like that. Like most beer obsessed folks like myself, I always bring a nice little ...

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Gose or Hefeweizen, why not both?
  My Son's first birthday was this past weekend, and due to the season we decided to throw a little Oktoberfest themed party. Of course I was going to have to brew the beer for the event, but the problem for me is German style beer isn't exactly my wheelhou...

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Spelt Saison w/ Imperial Organic Rustic - Amos Inspired
When I first read Phil Markowski's Farmhouse Ales years ago, it's worth multiple reads by the way, I became obsessed with tracking down a bottle of  Saison D'Epeautre from Brasserie Blaugies. D escribed by Markowski as " possibly the most historically accur...

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Dandy Lion Saison Tasting
Do you even forage bro? No really do you? I have a desire to learn, because for the life of me I haven't been able to find any decent areas nearby to forage for ingredients to put in my beers. This is entirely due to my lack of education on foraging, I real...

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I'm taking my talents to Pitman New Jersey :)
Most avid homebrewers fall in two camps, the ones who want to brew professionally someday and the ones who don't want to ruin a perfectly good hobby, for years I've lived comfortably in the latter. Its not that I never wanted to work in the brewing industry...

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Farmer in the Rye with Pluots
Whenever I walk through Whole Foods, or any farmers markets for that matter, I investigate the selection of in season fruits in hopes of finding something unique for my yearly fruited version of Farmer in the Rye. Having tried Peaches , Mangos , and Plum+Ap...

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Brewing a NEPA with Thomas Fawcett Malted Oats
A few years back, while t aking inspiration from Tired Hands Brewing Company , I started  using rolled or flaked oats in all of my New England Style IPAs/Pale Ales (NEIPA/NEPAs) with truly great success. I experimented with many batches working with differe...
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