Welcome to my adventures in brewing!  I will be sharing my journey during my time brewing. All the way from the humble Mr. Beer beginnings to my full Electric Brewery in a dedicated room of my home.

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What’s on tap now


I started down the brewing path back in 2012 when I purchased a Mr. Beer kit. Did two batches with that which came out surprisingly good.

From there, moved up to extract kits like this one. Then moved up to partial mash and Brew In A Bag (BIAB).

The obvious next progression is all grain. Like most people, I started simple. Same kettle as used previously plus a bunch of coolers.

Again, like a lot of people, I got the idea of starting a place. So, in order to get better at the whole process, did a lot of studying and put together a full electric brewery system.

I hope to share my experiences with you down this road… I hope you enjoy it. I know I have.


Sour Beers

I’ve really been getting into sour beers lately. I have yet to make one. Mostly out of fear of contamination. So, today I picked up a new book American Sour Beer to read on my Kindle. I’m looking forward to getting started reading it this weekend.

Burley Oak

Yesterday we made a stop at Burley Oak in Berlin, Maryland. Nice small tap room with some really good beers. These were our flights. And here is the full tap list at the time of our visit: The tap room is pretty small, although they have opened up “The Cellar” – it’s for the barrel …


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