As the craft beer scene evolves and matures, new approaches to making beer are certain. One such approach is “gypsy brewing”. A gypsy brewer finds an existing brewery with excess capacity, and physically brews the beer themselves in the rented facility with little, if any, assistance from the host brewery. And from what I understand, […]
Some photos from the first brew day of Notch Session Ale. Not many action shots, as things get busy and you forget the documentation part. Priorities get in the way, brewing then photos.
Early last week, I drove up to Kennebunkport Maine to brew the two styles of session ale that will debut at SlowFest. The Kennebunkport Brewing Company (KBC) is part of the Shipyard Brewing family, and since the brew length is smaller, it is perfect for my initial session ale test brews. Additionally, the KBC brewery […]