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Epic Son of a Baptist Coffee Stout debuts on draft this spring, cans to come late 2016

BeerPulse - Tue, 02/09/2016 - 17:48

Press Release:

A Passion For: Variety

Introducing Son of a Baptist Coffee Stout with rotating coffee

(Salt Lake City, UT) – When we’re crafting a beer hops are not just hops and coffee is not just coffee. We, Epic Brewing, source our ingredients from all over the world; we meet the farmers and maltsters and constantly seek out innovation and quality. In our latest project “Son of a Baptist” we’ve partnered with 10 exceptional coffee roasters from across the nation to create a beer that showcases just how unique and special coffee beans really are.

Son of a Baptist is an 8% ABV imperial stout. It is not barrel aged like its father, Big Bad Baptist; instead its flavor profile was designed to highlight the complex and often unique flavors of small batch coffees. Instead of sourcing a coffee that would play well in a beer we sought out creative and innovative roasters, then asked them which beans they’re passionate about. Each resulting release of Son of a Baptist is widely different depending on the coffee selected. Some are fruity and sweet with notes of jam and chocolate, others are rich and earthy with a big roasted finish. Each limited release is numbered and stamped. The corresponding details and tasting notes can be found on our website. Each release will return to the Roaster’s home market where the beer and the coffee can be sampled side by side.

“Son of a Baptist shares some similarity to Big Bad Baptist but its purpose it very different. Son of a Baptist was built from the ground up to showcase coffee. By simplifying the malt bill and removing the complexity that barrel aging adds we were able to let the beans shine through,” explains brew master Kevin Crompton. “Initially we were looking for coffees similar to those we’ve used in Big Bad Baptist but the recent trend toward lighter roasted beans with wonderful berry and tobacco notes inspired us to seek out artisanal coffee roasters.”

Son of a Baptist will only be available on draft this spring with plans to introduce 12oz cans in late 2016. Below is a list of coffee roasters and markets for the initial draft release.

Stauf’s Coffee Roasters- Columbus, Ohio- Stauf’s is a micro-roaster in Columbus, Ohio that is passionate about the entire process of achieving the finest cup of coffee – from acquiring the highest quality arabica beans, to roasting exclusively on gas-fired coffee roasters. Through a combination of art and science we roast each specific bean to its most desirable flavor characteristic. www.staufs.com
Ohio Sales Representative – Amanda Bell, Amanda@epicbrewing.com

Novo Coffee- Denver, Colorado-Founded in 2002 by Jake, Herb, and Joseph Brodsky, Novo Coffee states on their website: “Coffee is commonplace, yet a truly great cup reveals a complex process.” And that complex process shines at Novo where they roast green coffee beans in beautiful vintage Vittoria machines, and offer some of the most distinctive coffees available in today’s marketplace. www.novocoffee.com
Colorado Sales Representative – John Turk, John@epicbrewing.com Dess Leeper, Dess@epicbrewing.com

Rowster Coffee- Grand Rapids, Michigan- Rowster Coffee believes that coffee is, by its very nature, a communal beverage, and every cup overflows with relationships from where it is grown to where it is shared. www.rowstercoffee.com
Michigan Sales Representative – Zachary Schultz, Zachary@epcibrewing.com

Red e Café- Portland, Oregon- Founded by Mindy Farley and Keith MillerMiller, Red e Café features nuanced roasts that highlight complexity. We fell in love with some of his lesser known African coffees – especially the Rwandan Buremera picked for our Oregon batch. www.theredecafe.com
Oregon Sales Representative – Ray Roshler, Ray@epicbrewing.com

Cultivar Coffee- Dallas, Texas – Cultivar Coffee Roasters was founded by Jonathan Meadows and Nathan Shelton in 2009. Cultivar is firm in their commitment to socioeconomic responsibility, obsessed with process and quality and committed to sourcing only the best coffee they can get their hands on.
Texas Sales Representative – Davis Howe, Davis@epicbrewing.com

Caffe Ibis- Logan, Utah- Caffe Ibis is a family owned and operated award winning “Green Business” and artisan custom coffee roasting house founded in 1976 by Randy Wirth and Sally Sears. They focus on specialty grade, mountain grown and mountain roasted certified organic, fair trade and shade grown coffee. www.caffeibis.com
Utah Sales Representative – Ryan Kluh, Ryan@epicbrewing.com

Conduit Coffee- Seattle, WA- Conduit: a pathway towards better coffee. Our coffee is ethically and sustainably sourced, roasted kindly, and delivered locally by bicycle. www.conduitcoffee.com
Washington Sales Representative – Ray Roshler, Ray@epicbrewing.com

EVP Coffee- Madison, Wisconsin- EVP is short for ‘Etes-vous prets?’ which is French, and means “Are you ready?” EVP is committed to social responsibility first and foremost, “Our intention since we opened has been to serve all people beautifully, and in the spirit of kindness and love and to serve our community with honesty and accountability.” They roast their beans using a Sivetz Fluid Bed Roaster, which uses fresh hot air to roast coffee rather than a heated surface used by traditional barrel roasters. www.evpcoffee.com
Wisconsin Sales Representative – Rick Gerondale, Rick@craftbeerpartners.com

Snake River Roasting Company- Jackson, Wyoming- Snake River Roasting Co. is committed to using certified organic coffees from some of the finest coffee producers in the world. They roast in the Northern Italian style in small batches, to bring forth each bean’s natural flavor complexity, which has resulted in national recognition for their coffees. www.snakeriverroastingco.com
Wyoming Sales Representative – Ryan Kluh, Ryan@epicbrewing.com

Misha’s Coffee- Alexandria, Virginia- “Some things deserve time, care, and attention to detail. At Misha’s, we think coffee is one of those things. Our beans are hand-picked, hand-roasted in small batches every day, by a master (and mistress) roaster. All those steps really do make the best coffee you’ll ever have. That’s not hyperbole – it’s true.” www.mishascoffee.com
Virginia Sales Representative – James DuPont, James@epicbrewing.com

National Sales Manager – Darin McGregor, Darin@epicbrewing.com
Communications Director – Matthew Allred, Matthew@epicbrewing.com

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Epic Son of a Baptist Coffee Stout debuts on draft this spring, cans to come late 2016

BeerNews.org - Tue, 02/09/2016 - 17:48

Press Release:

A Passion For: Variety

Introducing Son of a Baptist Coffee Stout with rotating coffee

(Salt Lake City, UT) – When we’re crafting a beer hops are not just hops and coffee is not just coffee. We, Epic Brewing, source our ingredients from all over the world; we meet the farmers and maltsters and constantly seek out innovation and quality. In our latest project “Son of a Baptist” we’ve partnered with 10 exceptional coffee roasters from across the nation to create a beer that showcases just how unique and special coffee beans really are.

Son of a Baptist is an 8% ABV imperial stout. It is not barrel aged like its father, Big Bad Baptist; instead its flavor profile was designed to highlight the complex and often unique flavors of small batch coffees. Instead of sourcing a coffee that would play well in a beer we sought out creative and innovative roasters, then asked them which beans they’re passionate about. Each resulting release of Son of a Baptist is widely different depending on the coffee selected. Some are fruity and sweet with notes of jam and chocolate, others are rich and earthy with a big roasted finish. Each limited release is numbered and stamped. The corresponding details and tasting notes can be found on our website. Each release will return to the Roaster’s home market where the beer and the coffee can be sampled side by side.

“Son of a Baptist shares some similarity to Big Bad Baptist but its purpose it very different. Son of a Baptist was built from the ground up to showcase coffee. By simplifying the malt bill and removing the complexity that barrel aging adds we were able to let the beans shine through,” explains brew master Kevin Crompton. “Initially we were looking for coffees similar to those we’ve used in Big Bad Baptist but the recent trend toward lighter roasted beans with wonderful berry and tobacco notes inspired us to seek out artisanal coffee roasters.”

Son of a Baptist will only be available on draft this spring with plans to introduce 12oz cans in late 2016. Below is a list of coffee roasters and markets for the initial draft release.

Stauf’s Coffee Roasters- Columbus, Ohio- Stauf’s is a micro-roaster in Columbus, Ohio that is passionate about the entire process of achieving the finest cup of coffee – from acquiring the highest quality arabica beans, to roasting exclusively on gas-fired coffee roasters. Through a combination of art and science we roast each specific bean to its most desirable flavor characteristic. www.staufs.com
Ohio Sales Representative – Amanda Bell, Amanda@epicbrewing.com

Novo Coffee- Denver, Colorado-Founded in 2002 by Jake, Herb, and Joseph Brodsky, Novo Coffee states on their website: “Coffee is commonplace, yet a truly great cup reveals a complex process.” And that complex process shines at Novo where they roast green coffee beans in beautiful vintage Vittoria machines, and offer some of the most distinctive coffees available in today’s marketplace. www.novocoffee.com
Colorado Sales Representative – John Turk, John@epicbrewing.com Dess Leeper, Dess@epicbrewing.com

Rowster Coffee- Grand Rapids, Michigan- Rowster Coffee believes that coffee is, by its very nature, a communal beverage, and every cup overflows with relationships from where it is grown to where it is shared. www.rowstercoffee.com
Michigan Sales Representative – Zachary Schultz, Zachary@epcibrewing.com

Red e Café- Portland, Oregon- Founded by Mindy Farley and Keith MillerMiller, Red e Café features nuanced roasts that highlight complexity. We fell in love with some of his lesser known African coffees – especially the Rwandan Buremera picked for our Oregon batch. www.theredecafe.com
Oregon Sales Representative – Ray Roshler, Ray@epicbrewing.com

Cultivar Coffee- Dallas, Texas – Cultivar Coffee Roasters was founded by Jonathan Meadows and Nathan Shelton in 2009. Cultivar is firm in their commitment to socioeconomic responsibility, obsessed with process and quality and committed to sourcing only the best coffee they can get their hands on.
Texas Sales Representative – Davis Howe, Davis@epicbrewing.com

Caffe Ibis- Logan, Utah- Caffe Ibis is a family owned and operated award winning “Green Business” and artisan custom coffee roasting house founded in 1976 by Randy Wirth and Sally Sears. They focus on specialty grade, mountain grown and mountain roasted certified organic, fair trade and shade grown coffee. www.caffeibis.com
Utah Sales Representative – Ryan Kluh, Ryan@epicbrewing.com

Conduit Coffee- Seattle, WA- Conduit: a pathway towards better coffee. Our coffee is ethically and sustainably sourced, roasted kindly, and delivered locally by bicycle. www.conduitcoffee.com
Washington Sales Representative – Ray Roshler, Ray@epicbrewing.com

EVP Coffee- Madison, Wisconsin- EVP is short for ‘Etes-vous prets?’ which is French, and means “Are you ready?” EVP is committed to social responsibility first and foremost, “Our intention since we opened has been to serve all people beautifully, and in the spirit of kindness and love and to serve our community with honesty and accountability.” They roast their beans using a Sivetz Fluid Bed Roaster, which uses fresh hot air to roast coffee rather than a heated surface used by traditional barrel roasters. www.evpcoffee.com
Wisconsin Sales Representative – Rick Gerondale, Rick@craftbeerpartners.com

Snake River Roasting Company- Jackson, Wyoming- Snake River Roasting Co. is committed to using certified organic coffees from some of the finest coffee producers in the world. They roast in the Northern Italian style in small batches, to bring forth each bean’s natural flavor complexity, which has resulted in national recognition for their coffees. www.snakeriverroastingco.com
Wyoming Sales Representative – Ryan Kluh, Ryan@epicbrewing.com

Misha’s Coffee- Alexandria, Virginia- “Some things deserve time, care, and attention to detail. At Misha’s, we think coffee is one of those things. Our beans are hand-picked, hand-roasted in small batches every day, by a master (and mistress) roaster. All those steps really do make the best coffee you’ll ever have. That’s not hyperbole – it’s true.” www.mishascoffee.com
Virginia Sales Representative – James DuPont, James@epicbrewing.com

National Sales Manager – Darin McGregor, Darin@epicbrewing.com
Communications Director – Matthew Allred, Matthew@epicbrewing.com

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2 Liter Erlenmeyer Flask – $15.37 Shipped

Homebrew Finds - Tue, 02/09/2016 - 17:00
2,000 mL/2 Liter Borosilicate Erlenmeyer Flask by SEOH.  Height: 197mm / 7.75 Inches. Base Diameter: 273mm / 10.75 Inches. Use for yeast starters [See: StirStarter | Yeast Starters & Fermentation] to increase cell counts, have better and more vigorous fermentations. 2/9/16 7 PM Central: This highly rated 2L flask is selling for $15.37.  Shipping is also free. […]
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Epic Brewing expands distribution to Massachusetts

BeerPulse - Tue, 02/09/2016 - 16:23

Press Release:

(Salt Lake City, UT) – Epic Brewing is pleased to announce its expansion into the Massachusetts market which marks the twentieth state nationally. Distribution will be handled by Atlantic Importing and Distributing Co. and will cover the entire state. “Atlantic is the premier craft-focused distributor in Massachusetts with a longstanding history of commitment to service,” explains National Sales Manager, Darin McGregor.

To introduce Epic Brewing a series of tap take-overs and tasting events have been scheduled with craft-centric retailers. National Sales manager Darin McGregor and Co-Founder, Dave Cole will be in attendance.

Wednesday, Feb. 3rd – Sunset Grill and Tap, Allston, MA – Epic Launch Party @ 6pm
Pouring: Escape to Colorado IPA, Lil Brainless Raspberries, Hop Syndrome, Hopulent IPA on Nitro, Brainless on Peaches, Big Bad Baptist Imperial Stout, Sour Apple Saison, Tart N Juicy Sour IPA, Elder Brett & Imperial IPA #50 with New Zealand hops

Thursday, Feb. 4th – Meadhall , Cambridge, MA – The Official Extreme Beer Fest Kickoff Party @ 6pm
Pouring: Smoked and Oaked Belgian Strong Ale & Imperial IPA #50 with New Zealand hops

Thursday, Feb. 4th – Bukowski’s, Cambridge, MA – The Epic EBF After Party @ 8pm
Pouring: Escape to Colorado IPA, Lil’ Brainless Raspberries, Big Bad Baptist, Son of a Baptist on Nitro, Brainless on Peaches, Tart n’ Juicy Sour IPA, & Pomme Baril Apple Brandy Ale

Friday, Feb. 5th – Lower Depths, Boston, MA – Post Extreme Beer Fest Party @ 10 pm

Pouring: Hop Syndrome Lager, Sour Apple Saison, Tart n’ Juicy Sour IPA, Elder Brett, Son of a Baptist on Nitro, Smoked and Oaked, Pomme Brail Apple Brandy Ale, Sour Brainless on Peaches, & Imperial IPA #50 with New Zealand hops

The initial brand launch will include nearly half of Epic portfolio and focus on the popular barrel-aged beers including its highly rated Big Bad Baptist Imperial Stout and their unique Belgian-Style fruit beers. “We are excited to be able to offer the depth of Epic’s core specialty releases as well as their expanding sour offerings,” says Mino Soghomonian, General Sales Manager for Atlantic.

Epic Brewing Company, LLC was opened in May of 2010 in Salt Lake City and expanded to Colorado in 2013. Epic is known for its passion for style and currently offers over 40 distinctly different bees. Epic is distributed in the following states: Arizona, California, Colorado, Idaho, Indiana, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Montana, North Carolina, New Jersey, Nevada, Ohio, Oregon, Texas, Utah, Virginia & Washington D.C., Wisconsin, Wyoming.

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Epic Brewing expands distribution to Massachusetts

BeerNews.org - Tue, 02/09/2016 - 16:23

Press Release:

(Salt Lake City, UT) – Epic Brewing is pleased to announce its expansion into the Massachusetts market which marks the twentieth state nationally. Distribution will be handled by Atlantic Importing and Distributing Co. and will cover the entire state. “Atlantic is the premier craft-focused distributor in Massachusetts with a longstanding history of commitment to service,” explains National Sales Manager, Darin McGregor.

To introduce Epic Brewing a series of tap take-overs and tasting events have been scheduled with craft-centric retailers. National Sales manager Darin McGregor and Co-Founder, Dave Cole will be in attendance.

Wednesday, Feb. 3rd – Sunset Grill and Tap, Allston, MA – Epic Launch Party @ 6pm
Pouring: Escape to Colorado IPA, Lil Brainless Raspberries, Hop Syndrome, Hopulent IPA on Nitro, Brainless on Peaches, Big Bad Baptist Imperial Stout, Sour Apple Saison, Tart N Juicy Sour IPA, Elder Brett & Imperial IPA #50 with New Zealand hops

Thursday, Feb. 4th – Meadhall , Cambridge, MA – The Official Extreme Beer Fest Kickoff Party @ 6pm
Pouring: Smoked and Oaked Belgian Strong Ale & Imperial IPA #50 with New Zealand hops

Thursday, Feb. 4th – Bukowski’s, Cambridge, MA – The Epic EBF After Party @ 8pm
Pouring: Escape to Colorado IPA, Lil’ Brainless Raspberries, Big Bad Baptist, Son of a Baptist on Nitro, Brainless on Peaches, Tart n’ Juicy Sour IPA, & Pomme Baril Apple Brandy Ale

Friday, Feb. 5th – Lower Depths, Boston, MA – Post Extreme Beer Fest Party @ 10 pm

Pouring: Hop Syndrome Lager, Sour Apple Saison, Tart n’ Juicy Sour IPA, Elder Brett, Son of a Baptist on Nitro, Smoked and Oaked, Pomme Brail Apple Brandy Ale, Sour Brainless on Peaches, & Imperial IPA #50 with New Zealand hops

The initial brand launch will include nearly half of Epic portfolio and focus on the popular barrel-aged beers including its highly rated Big Bad Baptist Imperial Stout and their unique Belgian-Style fruit beers. “We are excited to be able to offer the depth of Epic’s core specialty releases as well as their expanding sour offerings,” says Mino Soghomonian, General Sales Manager for Atlantic.

Epic Brewing Company, LLC was opened in May of 2010 in Salt Lake City and expanded to Colorado in 2013. Epic is known for its passion for style and currently offers over 40 distinctly different bees. Epic is distributed in the following states: Arizona, California, Colorado, Idaho, Indiana, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Montana, North Carolina, New Jersey, Nevada, Ohio, Oregon, Texas, Utah, Virginia & Washington D.C., Wisconsin, Wyoming.

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Historic Beer Birthday: Joe Allen

Brookston Beer Bulletin - Tue, 02/09/2016 - 13:53
Today is the birthday of Joe Allen (February 9, 1888-c. after 1960s). Allen’s parents were Irish and came to America, settling in Minnesota, in 1883. At some point, Joe made his way to San Francisco and was working as a brewer at the Anchor Brewery when it reopened after the end of...

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(3) Three Piece Airlocks … $3 ($1/Ea) + Free Prime Ship

Homebrew Finds - Tue, 02/09/2016 - 13:30
Set of 3 Three Piece Airlocks.  Use on your fermenter to help prevent outside air from backflowing. 2/9/16 3:30 PM Central:  These are selling for just $3.  Shipping is free with Prime or a qualifying $35 order.  Check the product page for up to the minute price and availability. If you’re not a Prime Member, check out our Amazon […]
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Klean Kanteen Vacuum Insulated Growler… $31.93 Shipped!

Homebrew Finds - Tue, 02/09/2016 - 12:59
Klean Kanteen 64-Ounce Insulated Growler With Swinglok Cap by Klean Kanteen 64 Ounce Stainless Steel Growler with large (1.75″) opening.  Flip top lid.  Vacuum insulation means that your beer will stay cold for a long time.  Since it’s made from Stainless Steel, there’s no worrying about broken glass.  That makes it great for the park, […]
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Two Winemaking Deals at Beer & Wine Hobby

Homebrew Finds - Tue, 02/09/2016 - 12:14
Beer & Wine Hobby is discounting select Winexpert Wine Kits by 20%.  From Beer & Wine Hobby: “These Winexpert kits are best made within 24 months and we’re clearing them out! While many kits were made in 2014, all born-on dates are within the freshness window. Our loss is your gain!” I’ve received word that […]
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Reader Tip: [6 Quart] Storage Boxes… 98 Cents + Putting together a Brew Day Box

Homebrew Finds - Tue, 02/09/2016 - 11:34
Thanks to HBF Reader Freddy for this tip!  [8 Ways to Connect with HBF] Home Depot has 6 Quart Storage Boxes and Lids for 98 cents each.  Order online and pickup in your local store. 6 Quarts, Snap on Lids, Stackable design.  I use a similar bin for me Brew Day Box – See: Putting Together a “Brew Day […]
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Patent No. EP1412490A4: Mediating The Effects Of Alcohol Consumption By Orally Administering Active Dry Yeast

Brookston Beer Bulletin - Tue, 02/09/2016 - 11:21
Today in 2005, US Patent EP 1412490 A4 was issued, an invention of Joe Owades, for his “Mediating the Effects of Alcohol Consumption by Orally Administering Active Dry Yeast.” It seems to be virtually identical to Patent No. 2452476A1: Mediating The Effects Of Alcohol Consumption By...

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The Barley Crusher Malt Mill – $124.99 Shipped (save $25)

Homebrew Finds - Tue, 02/09/2016 - 09:07
The Barley Crusher has a long history of reliable use and is constructed using materials that will last a lifetime. The Barley Crusher uses 1018 Cold Rolled Steel for the rollers, 6061 Aluminum for the mill body and hopper, tool steel for the axles with Oil Impregnated bronze bushings. I’ve used a Barley Crusher for […]
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Brooklyn Brew Shop’s Beer Making Book: 52 Seasonal Recipes for Small Batches – $11.59

Homebrew Finds - Tue, 02/09/2016 - 08:57
Brooklyn Brew Shop’s Beer Making Book: 52 Seasonal Recipes for Small Batches.  Includes recipes for Everyday IPA, Rose Cheeked & Blonde, Grapefruit Honey Ale, S’More Beer, Apple Crisp Ale, Peanut Butter Porter, Chestnut Brown ale, Gingerbread Ale, four gluten-free brews and more. 2/9/16 10:45 AM Central: This highly rated title has dropped to $11.59.  That’s just […]
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Enter to Win Custom Ingredient Tap Handles & Coasters! $164.98 CAD Value

Homebrew Finds - Tue, 02/09/2016 - 08:26
Mashed In makes beautiful custom beer tap handles from actual brewing ingredients including Hops, a variety of grains and more.  I have four of these tap handles and they are awesome.  Check out my Hands on Review.  Mashed In also offers custom BIAB Bags, Coasters and more.  Note that prices are in Canadian dollars (Paypal […]
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Etekcity Non-contact IR Thermometer – coming up on Lightning Deals

Homebrew Finds - Tue, 02/09/2016 - 07:42
Measures in Celsius or Fahrenheit (Range: -58℉~1022℉/-50℃ to +550℃) With max temperature function can take the highest temperature of the area Adjustable EMISSIVITY! Can make the test more accurate by adjust emissivity for different articles Auto Shut-off & Data Hold Function & Low Battery Indicator & Backlight Display Selection FDA, FCC, CE, ROHS approved; 2-Year […]
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Free Carboy with Orders Over $100 at Midwest Supplies

Homebrew Finds - Tue, 02/09/2016 - 06:24
Spend $100 or more on qualifying merchandise and Midwest Supplies and they’ll throw in a free carboy (5 or 6 gallon).  Use deal code FATDEAL. Grab the full details – Free Carboy with Orders Over $100
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AMCYL Kettles and Sale – from $85 + Flat Rate Shipping

Homebrew Finds - Tue, 02/09/2016 - 05:00
Home Brew Supply has 8,10  and 15 gallon AMCYL Stainless Steel Kettles on sale.  No promo code is necessary, the discount should be reflected on the site if it’s still going. AMCYL Kettles.. are made of 18 gauge 304 brushed stainless steel.  Include a 3 piece ball valve, tri-clad bottom, lid and silicone handles.  The inside […]
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Hands On: Stainless, Vacuum Sealed Double Wall, “Barrel Style” Growler

Homebrew Finds - Tue, 02/09/2016 - 01:00
If you’ve read Homebrew Finds for long, you’ll know that I’m a big fan of Lifeline’s line of Stainless, Double Wall, Vacuum Insulated Growlers.  The quality, looks and amazing insulation capabilities of this line of containers has made me a fan. Here’s a Hands On Look at Lifeline’s  “Barrel” Model 7508 Growler.  Spoiler: It’s larger […]
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Beer In Ads #1815: The Pinckneys — “Fathers Of The Republic”

Brookston Beer Bulletin - Mon, 02/08/2016 - 22:46
Moday’s ad is for Budweiser, from 1915, No. 8 in a series they did in 1914-15 called “Framers of the Constitution of the U.S.A.” The seventh one features The Pinckneys — Charles Cotesworth Pinckney and Charles Pinckney. They were both from South Carolina, and first cousins, once...

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Patent No. 7882975B2: Double Walled Beverage Container

Brookston Beer Bulletin - Mon, 02/08/2016 - 21:56
Today in 2011, US Patent 7882975 B2 was issued, an invention of Jason M. Kelly, assigned to Miller Coors, LLC, for his “Double Walled Beverage Container and Method of Making Same.” Here’s the Abstract: A double walled container is provided for insulating a beverage. An outer insulating...

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