For my 100th brew, I tackled a style I’d always been a little afraid of, worked on my patience, and found that there’s always more to learn in this hobby.
When you’re a homebrewer and a brand-new Traeger falls in your lap, obviously you’re going to make a smoked beer.
For my first all-grain raw ale, I took some inspiration from Lars Marius Garshol’s trip to Lithuania and made a short and shoddy version of a Lithuanian legend.
Sometimes you just get the urge to turn your favorite breakfast into a beer. Does it always work out? No, not really.