I live in central Vermont with my wife, dog, and sheep. I helped found a local homebrew club in 2010, which (so far) has produced 3 professional brewers.
I brew in a small, dedicated space in my basement using an induction setup a few kettles and insulated coolers. I transfer water and wort via gravity and/or pump. I both keg and bottle. I am mostly brew 5-gallon (19l) batches, but occasionally brew 3-gallon specialty batches.
My wife and I do brew together occasionally, but we definitely talk craft brew and home-brewing together on our website and YouTube channel (https://youtube.com/gagehillcrafts).
I am also on Instagram (https://instagram.com/gagehillcrafts & https://instagram.com/rickscullyvt).
I am only getting started in recipe creation and I like the Brewer's Friend tool. My good friend and neighbor, Scott Russell, is the author of North American Clone Brews and so with his book I would often use his recipes or his recipes with some changes depending on what we could get at my (now defunct) local homebrew store -- where he and I both worked. I like most styles, but my go-tos are hop-forward IPAs. farmhouse ales, stouts, porters, and saisons. I also recently started making my own mead and melomel.
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|Saison avec Poire (Pear Juice French Saison)||Saison||2020-05-27||Primary Fermentation||All Grain|
|A Patchwork Orange (Milkshake Imperial IPA)||Imperial IPA||2020-05-09||Conditioning||All Grain|
|Melon Collie Berry||American Pale Ale||2020-04-19||All Gone||All Grain|
|Mayhem & Merriment||American Stout||2020-02-15||All Gone||All Grain|
|L'odeur du Printemps (Saison)||Belgian Blond Ale||2020-01-10||All Gone||All Grain|
|The Hairy Porter||American Porter||2019-12-15||All Gone||All Grain|
|Metaphors & Rainbows ... Whatever||American IPA||2019-11-02||All Gone||All Grain|
|Strawberry Melonball Milkshake IPA||Specialty IPA: New England IPA||2019-04-27||All Gone||All Grain|
|Photo HOPortunity||American Pale Ale||2019-03-31||All Gone||All Grain|