Workshop Review: Kegging at Oak Barrel Winecraft

Workshop Review: Kegging at Oak Barrel Winecraft

I’ve been brewing my own beer for a few years now, but there’s always room to learn more. So I was excited when Oak Barrel Winecraft announced they were going to host workshops on various homebrewing subjects. The most recent event was a workshop on...
Fun with Lasercutters and Beer

Fun with Lasercutters and Beer

Lasercutting projects may not be the sort you can do in the comfort of your own home, but it is worth seeking out a lasercutter when you have the right kind of project. In my case, I had access to one when I had a TechShop SF membership and I loved using it for all...
BrewDate 04.05.15: Getting Organized

BrewDate 04.05.15: Getting Organized

It’s been a couple of brews since my last BrewDate, but I finally got around to doing something I’ve been meaning to do for while. I’ve consolidated all my homebrewing gear into one place and organized my tools. Too Much Cardboard In the few years...
BrewDate 01.25.15: Cleaning My Tubes

BrewDate 01.25.15: Cleaning My Tubes

Our Apollo-hopped pale ale fermented out in one week instead of two, so I had to clean out a recently kicked keg to make room for our newest brew. What better way to do that than to use my newest toy: a kegerator cleaning kit. This lovely kit was a Christmas gift and...
BrewDate 01.17.15: An Apollo-Hopped Pale

BrewDate 01.17.15: An Apollo-Hopped Pale

Welcome to the first in a series of posts about my homebrewing activities. My husband and I have been brewing extract beer for a few years now, but recently the recipe-creating bug has bitten me and I’m beginning to explore beyond kits and recipe books. The...