What’s new?

Please forgive my silence for the last couple of months – a couple of deaths in the family and a couple of changes in job schedule and responsibilities have made it a challenge to find the time to post a coherent piece… I hope to get back on track very soon and get you all up to speed… Meanwhile, just an announcement; I have assumed the duties of wine and beer buyer in addition to my home brew department at the SoRo Market; this means a new schedule, and a bit less market presence upfront, but all in all it’s a great new way to be there for the homebrewers… so come on in and find me, Monday through Thursday 9 to 5, as well as the occasional Saturday am, let’s talk beer! Also look for a new Homebrew Dept. Facebook page, coming soon…

2 Replies to “What’s new?”

  1. Congratulations on the new/expanded position, Scott!

    As always, enjoying your Wolaver’s Brown Ale clone recipe; I alternate it with other clones. Lately I’ve been making it with the dark DME and experimenting with yeasts; great results with “Irish Ale” and “Scottish Ale” yeasts, and now have a batch in secondary brewed with a “Belgian Strong Ale” yeast…

    Next up is an attempt at Chimay Blue that I recently experienced in Brussels…

  2. Thanks, John, good to hear from you – glad the clone recipes are working for you and that you are branching out and tweaking – best way to really learn how to brew is to make some subtle changes and compare. Love to try the Belgian Strong version when it’s ready!

    Look for a new post tonight – wild and crazy brewing happened earlier!

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