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On Tap at the Farmhouse

Tap 1: Marzen

Tap 2: Pilsner

Tap 3: Fresh Hop Pale Ale with Three Horses Cascade

Tap 4: Breakfast Stout with Videri chocolate and Frank's Beans coffee

Tap 5: Free

Tap 6: Free

Tap 7: Free

Cask: Smoked Saison with Peaches and White Peppercorns

Primary: Gose, Blonde (Lemon-Jasmine Radler Base), Cask ESB, Tropical DIPA, Belgian IPA

Secondary: American IPA, Red IPA

Aging: Brux Farmhouse, Barrel-Aged Golden Strong Ale

Upcoming: Habanero Chocolate Porter


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Tasting: Lavender Wit (+ Some Other Updates)

This really tells you all you need to know about my feelings for our latest witbier. Hammy. The carbonation makes an excellent head that disappears quickly and then the beer tastes flat. Any idea why that would happen with a force-carbed beer?

We're brewing the Smoked Amber Saison on Thursday night, and I am excited. Most of the beers we are brewing lately are for parties or events. Paul and I are holding back on consuming much of the Chamomile Pale Ale--even though we love it--so we will have plenty for Oktoberfest at our place in 2 weeks time. We've not yet tapped the Marzen and I confess I am DYING to drink it.

At some point soon I want to brew a beer just for us to drink at home, but we keep signing up for contests and festivals! Whoops!

What should we brew for Homebrew for Hunger?


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