Tag Archives: My Old Kentucky Homebrew

One brew. Two beers.

This is the first weekend in a while that I actually have some free time to brew.  My homebrew beer supply is starting to dwindle a bit.  Ok, maybe dwindle isn’t the right word, I still have a bunch downstairs…but … Continue reading

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What was consumed on 12/22

Ashley and I met some friends at the Holy Grale last night.  The place was pretty busy with an eclectic population of beer lovers. We were lucky enough to grab a table for the night to enjoy our selections.  Note: If you … Continue reading

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Something Blueberry Ale

Me, Ashley, and Anna enjoying a Blueberry Ale at Boston Beerworks during the 2010 Boston Marathon. Runners  ask me all the time, when I go to the Boston Marathon, what are some of the thing I have to do.  What makes … Continue reading

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Norris Farmers Breakfast

Some people like to wake up to the aroma of freshly brewed coffee in the morning, instead, I grew up with the stale stench of cow manure.  As a kid, every morning I would walk to my bus stop and … Continue reading

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Hoptical Attusion

The reason for writing notes after brewing a beer are to learn about what you could have done to make it a better beer.  It also give you notification not to add this-and-that if this-and-that combined tastes like horse piss.  … Continue reading

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Semper Fi Sarge

  Coincidently, I am putting up the recipe and tasting for my Semper Fi Sarge (Imperial Stout) on the 235th birthday of the Marines.  I wanted a big strong stout that had a bite to it, one that after a … Continue reading

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Kelvin’s Kilt Ale

 Studies show that within a few seconds individuals can fall in love or become attracted to each other.  I think the same type of thing happens with people who enjoy craft beer.  From across a room, you can tell if … Continue reading

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Ball and Chain IPA

Everyone has his or her beer immaturity.  Until a year ago, mine came in the form of IPAs.  I didn’t like them.  Too hoppy and bitter.  A trip to the Louisville Beer Store  (LBS)often resulted in a mixture of ales, … Continue reading

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