It’s the home stretch folks!

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This Saturday, October 8th, starting at noon, this is happening: 

Ladies and gentlemen, if you haven’t experienced this event in years past, I strongly urge you to come out. It’s a family friendly festival with something for EVERYONE! Not to mention a metric ton of high quality, home brewed craft beer from many talented brewers. Continue reading

Boom! Another Breese beer!

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Hey friends! Nice to see you! So, I’m going to skip the long intro here this week because I’m just so damn excited to share our next beer for the Breese Fall Festival. Brian, Seth, and I got together on Friday to sample the Chocolate Milk Stout, keg the Cream Ale, and add some jalapeños to the Hot Blonde. I have pictures and a video if you’d like to see them. You would?!? Let’s do the damn thing!  Continue reading

Getting ready for Breese

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Hello all you beautiful beer people! Hopefully you all had a great weekend and are kicking this Monday square in the throat! How was our weekend? I sure am glad you asked. It was fan-flipping-tastic! Even though the brewathon for the Breese Fall Festival is complete, we still have plenty of work to do to get ready. This past Friday Brian, Seth and I got together to sample the White IPA, filter and keg our Chocolate Milk Stout and peek in on the Cream Ale. 

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The “brewathon” has ended

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I know, probably the saddest title I’ve ever read too. No tears though, friends, there’s plenty of great content ahead! This past Friday Brian, Seth and I got together to brew our final beer for the Breese Fall Festival. The event is less than a month away so I suggest you put it on your calendars, smartphones, write on your palm, tie a string around your finger, whatever you have to do! Just be there. October 8th everybody. Now, on to the beer!

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You can’t stop the “brewathon” baby!

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Maybe you can’t stop the brewathon, but illness can definitely delay it. Last week we were supposed to brew our third beer for the Breese Fall Festival, but Seth fell ill and sidelined our plans. No big deal, we had one extra week to play with so we’re still on track. So what if it’s technically not a “brewathon” anymore. Maybe it’s more like two mini brewathons separated by a week off. Regardless, we brewed and it was stupendous. Stupendous? 
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