Any hints on where to look for ads or getting hooked up at a local brewery?
I'm 23 and about to graduate from college, my wife has a job and we have no kids, so I'd really like to get a job being around what I enjoy (even if it's just being a grunt).
So what should I do?
This is a great list. Thanks for putting so much time into it. I looked up a few of the Breweries and Russian River looks about my speed. :rockin: I'm probably going to go home and talk to my wife about making a trip to pick some up ASAP. I haven't finished looking at the rest but this is great...
I've had something from all of them except for Stone. I really do need to try Stone.
Here's what I'm looking for and why. I had a conversation today with a professor that insisted that West Coast Brew was way better (please don't let this start a flame war).
I've had the readily available...
I tend to drink East Coast beer pretty exclusively (especially local Pennsylvania Brews) and I'm attempting to expand my horizons. What are some great West Coast Breweries to check out? I'm up for almost anything in terms of beer styles so feel free to suggest specific brews from specific breweries.
I've not had their Hops Infusion but I have had Heresy (one of the best beers I've ever tasted). I really love Weyerbacher and I'm pretty convinced they have some of the best beer in the US. I'd ship you some but I'm pretty sure that it's illegal to mail beer in PA.
I just gave away my last bottle from my first batch to a professor of mine today. It was a Nut Brown Ale. I used a kit and I think it turned out pretty good.
I'm working on a Barleywine now and just bought a mini-fridge so I can turn it into a keggerator later and for lagering now (till I get...
I'm looking for a good Lager or Oatmeal Stout Recipe using . Any suggestions.
I'm looking for something that is a grain/extract brew as I don't have the confidence for an all grain brew.
If it's a lager I'd love to have something like a Yuengling clone.
For the Oatmeal Stout I'm up for...