Tag Archives: All Grain

HIBC Presents: Millennium Falcon Rye IPA Brew Day

On Sunday, July 19th I brewed my third IPA of 2015, Millennium Falcon Rye IPA. I chose the name for two reasons. First, I used Millennium and Falconer’s Flight hops (and some Columbus hops), along with three varieties of rye: … Continue reading

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Homebrew Wednesday 56: A Saison Without Hops?

This past Sunday I brewed a saison WITHOUT HOPS in order to accommodate the lactobacillus in The Yeast Bay’s Farmhouse Sour Ale blend. As with all of my beers, I learned a lot from this brew day and hope you’ll … Continue reading

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Homebrew Wednesday 55: So many hop varieties…So little time.

After filming the ending clip of my recent Grain To Glass video I decided to turn my camera back on and film myself talking about what else I’ve been up to lately. A good portion of which involves a show … Continue reading

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The Holy Inn Brewing Co. Mosaic Wet Hop IPA Brew Day

As the Northern Hemisphere’s hops are harvested throughout the late Summer and early Fall many craft brewers and home brewers take a portion of their hops and brew with them within a few days of  them being harvested. While many … Continue reading

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Homebrew Wednesday 37: Liquid Sustenance Farmhouse Pale Ale Brew Day

The story of this beer started back in July when I brewed my Seven Blessings imperial rye saison and purchased 2 vials of The Yeast Bay‘s Saison Blend and ended up making a starter with one of them instead of … Continue reading

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Going All Grain: Homebrewing in my NYC Apartment

The Holy Inn Brewing Company: When coming up with a home a name for my “home-brewery” I wanted to make sure I wouldn’t be the only one who could understand the significance of the name. Or at least have it be … Continue reading

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