In which we rack and taste-test our very first grape wine.
Reflections and musings on our gluten free home brew beers past, present, and future.
We’ve made lots of wine before, but all of them have been fruit wines. Wherein we try our first proper wine from grapes.
This is a reliable fig wine recipe. This wine benefits from 2-3 years of bottle aging.
, over time, develop a lot of recipes. Among the many recipes that come out of the mind and books of the homebrewer, a few will click and graduate from being just another beer recipe to an old standby. For our brew crew, one of the greatest standby beers we have is … Continue Reading ››
Some minor tweaks hope to make this crowd pleaser even more memorable.
Some time, a racking, and a tweak later leave the cream ale tasting simply delicious.
A cream ale has been a long time coming–who knew it could be so simple? An attempt at a regular beer.
The Misty Mountain Brew Crew made a strawberry wine a week earlier that turned out just fantastic at about 11% ABV. It contained a mere 5 pounds of organic cane sugar.A strawberry field is down the road from where Jasmine and I live and they had quite the bumper crop this summer. Since we lived … Continue Reading ››