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#brettanomyces Archives – Page 2 of 2 – PorchDrinking.com

Jolly Pumpkin Baudelaire IO Saison

November 13, 2013 |

ABV – 6.8%

Rarely getting Sundays off, I took full advantage of the day and decided to pair it with only the finest ingredients – stellar weather, tasty beers, the best of friends and a front porch. We took full … Read More

Homebrewing – Wild Porch Pounder

September 5, 2013 |

As many of you are aware, we had the pleasure of brewing our 1-year anniversary beer with the Mountain Sun. What you may not know is that the Mountain Sun graciously gave us 5 gallons to take home for a homebrewing experiment… and it got funky. In this homebrewing edition, I will be discussing the approach to making Porch Pounder Gone Wild. Read More

Ultimate 6er – An Intro to Sour Beer

July 17, 2013 |

Working at a beer store I find the most common style people are insatiably curious about is the sour beer category. There are a few different ways to make a sour beer. The most common methods include using wild yeast strains like brettanomyces or adding certain types of bacteria into the brew – saccharomyces, pediococcus, and lactobacillus being the most common. I’ve done my best to include an ecclectic mixture that showcases a little taste of each in my Ultimate 6er – An Intro to Sour Beer. Read More

Anchorage Brewing Co. – Whiteout WitBier

January 12, 2013 |

Whiteout WitBier – Anchorage Brewing Company

6.5% ABV

Even though a few days late for a New Year’s celebration, Anchorage Brewing Company‘s Whiteout WitBier is a bottle that is worthy of popping at any momentous occasion. This decidedly funky Witbier pairs perfectly with your most outRAGEous party. Put on your favorite party hat, crank up the jams and get after it! Read More