Seriously, though, Tom, Jay and I met with a local restaurateur who's interested in developing a "house" brew that can be his consistent tap. We brought along a growler full of our Double IPA that had just gotten off the 4 week primary / 4 week dry hopped secondary / 3 weeks in a keg cycle - dude, this is the bomb! Hopped, fruity (cascade hops), beautiful color and very clear. Needless to say, they were impressed. We still feel the Sonnenwende (Kolsch) would be a better "light hybrid" beer that would pair well with his menu, but we've got a little equipment upgrading to do before we can start banging out 15 gallons a week so there's still time to push them in that direction.
|Recent 10 gallon batch of Sonnenwende aerating before fermentation|
Let us know if you want to stop by and check out the yard - it's a sight to see! If you're lucky we might let you sample a little Limestone Creek Brew!