Homebrew Wednesday 66: Homebrews New and Old

Over the past couple of years I’ve been constantly amazed by how much me and my fellow NYC homebrewers have been able to accomplish in terms of beer quality and how much equipment and packaged beer we’ve been able to cram into our apartments. In turn, this week’s Homebrew Wednesday includes a tasting of my almost year old dark saison which  has been aging in my beer lined apartment hallway, a “tour” of my current beer stash, and a highlight real from this past Sunday’s Nectar of the Bine IPA brew day. All of which are an example of the genuine creativity that can be developed through a passion for brewing quality beer. Cheers!

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About Barry W

Israel (formerly NJ) based sourdough baker and fermentation enthusiasts sharing his baking, fermenting, cooking, and brewing adventures on thebrewedpalate.com.
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