Check out the picture of ex-Triumph head brewer Tom Stevenson in the Good Times section of today's Times of Trenton, on page G2. He's the lead actor in "It can't happen here," playing in Morrisville. (I wanted to post the picture, or a link, but I couldn't find it on nj.com. Honestly, that web site is horrible.) ...
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I've done a rough cost calculation on the competition supplies, and each batch will be closer to $25, depending on what Joe's prices actually are(I used love2brew's website pricing).
A reminder, this is the fermentation round, so you choose and buy your own yeast and ferment at whatever temperature you wish. The next and final round will be the Process round, in which you are given the list of winning ingredients and use them however you like, just no changing the amounts.
Here's the details for pick up on Saturday:
Where: Suydam farm, 49 Skillmans Ln 08873, park at the greenhouse lot so we aren't causing chaos for the farm workers
I'm in and will be helping with brewing. Just let me know what time
It looks like we've nearly hit capacity for the competition, I can take one more entry before the math gets too hard.
Andrew asked if I could post the ingredients, so here's all the info I can think of for the brew session(per 5.5 gallon batch). Remember, this part is all being done for you!
9# Maris Otter
1# Golden Promise
4oz Flaked Wheat
1oz Nugget (60 minutes)
1oz Cascade (10 minutes)
.5oz Simcoe (flame out)
1oz Amarillo (flame out)
Dry Hops(1 week before packaging)
.25 oz Chinook
volume: 3.36 gallons
temp: 165f (should drop to 155)
volume: 4.24 gallons
temp: 160 to 180f
Boil Time: 60 minutes
It's a busy day at Suydam Farm. Please do not park at the brewery. Instead park in the grass field at the end of the driveway with the other cars. If hay rides and pumpkin picking are your thing leave extra time!!
Another note, each batch will be $30, there were a couple things I left out of the calculation.
James Manley thanks for coordinating the entire brewing process !!
Boil has begun! Chickens act like they haven't eaten in weeks.
We're ahead of schedule. Feel free to come by now if you are picking up.
Keep an eye on those air locks! My beer was dead still until this morning. I woke up this morning to a very active and nearly clogged air lock.
Marc Leckington shared The Tap Room at Weyerbacher Brewing's post to the group: PALE ALES Homebrew Club.
3 weeks ago
PALE ALES, let's get to brewing!! m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=1866890796660704&id=1130275910322200Homebrewers! Don't miss out on this great opportunity to get your brews in front of industry professionals on November 11th! The winning brew will be brewed on our pilot system and served in the Tap Room. Entry forms being accepted up-until October 8th! Good Luck!
Interested in trying all these delicious homemade brews? There will be an Unlimited Tasting Ticket for $20.
For more information on how to buy these tickets and register, go to The Homebrew Competition page at www.weyerbachertaproom.com under Events. ...
Kevin Trayner and I would like to ask your support for our kids' marching band. They have a fundraiser this Thursday September 28th at Uno's in Hamilton. Includes takeout, dine in, and alcohol. Just present this flyer when you go for your beer! ...