Thanks everyone for making the 2017 spring picnic a huge success! Special thanks to the weather for cooperating! Congratulations to the winners of the first annual Kubb tournament! … Continue reading →
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Results are in and the winners are: Hop Monster: 1st – Dean Cortez, Double IPA, “MaiTaIPA” 2nd – Robert Chaney, American IPA, “DayMaker IPA” 3rd – Bob Kapusinski, American IPA, “Just Another IPA” Malt Monster: 1st – Bob Kapusinski, Baltic … Continue reading →
Hop Monsters 1. Keith and Pam Bradley “Hop Fusion” 2. Dean Cortez “Zombie Mud” 3. Michael Allen “Hop Blooded” Malt Monsters 1. Jeff Hilland “Eis Eis Baby” 2. Keith Bradley “McLuvin” 3. Jeff Hilland “Intergalactic Stout” Other Worldly 1. Keith … Continue reading →
The next Carboys Club-only competition is a Cereal Mash competition. This is a BJCP registered event. Entries will be judged at the November Club meeting (see the Events page – Nov 24). You do not need to be present to … Continue reading →
August was quite a busy meeting for the Carboys. Besides our normal sampling (and there were some excellent beers passed around!) we not only had club business but there was a surprise raffle! On the business side we have … Continue reading →
We had an excellent turnout, especially considering the meeting was held on Memorial day. There were a number of excellent beers on hand – glad to see the ability of the brewers keeps improving. But there was some club business … Continue reading →
We had a really good time at the Spring Picnic brew-in. Many thanks to Robert Chaney for the location and brewing the pale ale and to Shawn Mitchell brewing the porter. Thanks also for everyone who donated and all who showed up. … Continue reading →
I put stickers on my glass carboy to measure volume and then used a glass etcher (buzzy pen) to do one and was not happy with the results. This looks like a much better method! http://imgur.com/a/S6ZRw … Continue reading →
I have a stainless steel kettle I ruined by etching it wrong. But it’s great to have the volume marks inside of the kettle. Here’s a way to do this safely, permanently and elegantly. http://imgur.com/a/dCvS5#FqPoALj … Continue reading →