Australorp Stout

The weather and genreal busy-ness have slowed the brewery a little bit, but I did get a nice, wintery batch of Stout in the keg a couple of days ago. Turned out pretty well. Very roasty, nice rich mouthfeel, and thick, dark brown head. Smells great. Ready for this nice cold weather brew. Grain bill: […]

Lisa’s Winter Garden

Having worked in agriculture for the past 11 years (in some capacity) I am AMAZED at how difficult farming is. Our soils don’t help. Highly compressed white, acidic, Triassic soils, impermeable when dry, the exceptionally fine grained soils expand, making the soils very slippery, earning it the name and characteristic “slickenslack soil”.   So, enter […]