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deliveries started yesterday and will continue through today or tomorrow.
saw several cases-worth at gene's sausage shop in lincoln square less than 2 weeks ago.
food spots that come to mind not yet mentioned:
table donkey and stick
bang bang pie
kentucky common. barrel fermented.
jake melnick's is good and can be pretty chill during the day / mid-afternoon. there's also a rock bottom brewpub near the hotel. if you trek over...
haven't been to temple recently, but chris and aaron are good at marking bottles with either their package date or receiving date for what it's worth.
gonna pitch some brett nanus and wine yeast separately this weekend. then blend in secondary.
a juicy IPA, pitching ECY29.
yep. threw in 4 lbs of this into a 14 gallon batch with 15 mins left in the boil. in my opinion, it was crucial to get as much of the peanut...
i too enjoyed this. from what i'm told, blue gene is next, followed by bean gene.
for the last couple years, i recall revolution hosting two different sessions for a multi-course dinner at the brewpub. an early one for the...
oatmeal stout friday, destined for bourbon barrels, and an english barleywine i'm collaborating with my lady on sunday.
got some ECY20 and 01 to pitch —> lambics.
more or less a parti-gyle—10 gallons of imperial stout, then pitching german ale yeast into the next 5 gallons. almost 50 lbs of malt. first time...
i've used it twice, both times with success. same beer both times with the exception being the dehydrated pb added at different volumes. second...
bottling a split batch of farmhouse ale that contained malted spelt as well as some kombucha cider. brewing an imperial stout tomorrow night.
and after a <1 gallon test of kombucha cider, gonna pitch a scoby into an additional 5-6 gallons of cider.