I started brewing in 1991 at Fort Bragg, NC. Over the years, my brewing has evolved from following kit recipes, to awful unbalanced beers, to balanced full mash brews. Today, I create my own beer recipes and I attempt to keep the profile right down the middle--drinkable by everyone. Currently, I brew in five gallon batches and I have recently scaled up to 10 gallon batches for my house beers.
I have several go to beers that I keep around or brew seasonally.
At all times, I want to have an American Pale Ale on tap. My versions are called Just Right--All Mash. This beer has broad appeal to both beer connoisseurs and novices alike.
During the summer I like to have a wheat beer on tap. My version is call "Warm Summer Breeze" it is an all mash ale that cools off hot summer days.
In the fall I brew a pumpkin ale. My version is called "Cuz Chicks Dig It!" and I brew it because they do.
For the winter, I will usually put up a Stout, and I strive for a complex flavor with Chocolate and a winter spice.
|'Cuz Chicks Dig it--Pumpkin Ale||Spice, Herb, or Vegetable Beer||2021-09-13||All Gone||All Grain|
|MPA||American Pale Ale||2020-06-17||All Gone||Extract|
|First Helles||Munich Helles||2020-06-01||All Gone||Extract|
|Warm Summer Breeze||Witbier||2020-03-22||All Gone||All Grain|
|Milk chocolate Stout||American Stout||2019-05-18||All Gone||All Grain|
|Just Right! ---American Pale Ale||American Pale Ale||2019-03-31||All Gone||All Grain|