Richard Arsenault on July 8th, 2013

In April I moved from extract brewing to all grain, and the beer I made was this Blueberry Wheat Ale.  It’s based on Northern Brewer’s American Wheat Beer kit, with 2 ounces of Blueberry Extract added. But I goofed. Being my first attempt at all grain I don’t mind that it didn’t come out as […]

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Richard Arsenault on May 4th, 2013

Earlier this year I started thinking about coming up with a brewery name for home brewing.  Will turn this into a business at some point?  I don’t know, right now it is just a hobby, but why not come up with some ideas anyway? Fast-forward a couple months and we have a name, a logo, […]

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Richard Arsenault on April 30th, 2013

The first time I brewed last year I used the type of water filter you screw on the end of a faucet.  It worked, but it was slow and with 2 people brewing it took a while to run 10 gallons of water through it. Next up was buying a 5 gallon jug of bottled […]

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Richard Arsenault on February 24th, 2013
Conical Fermenter

About a year ago I told my friend Bruce I wanted to give home brewing a try.  Little did I know he had already picked up a kit for my birthday.  Not only did that birthday mark the beginning of a new decade (again!?) it started a new hobby, and with any hobby I always […]

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