Ladies and gentlemen of the interwebs, it’s that magical time of year again. The weather is getting cooler, the leaves are beginning to change, and there’s beer in the air. That’s right folks, it’s time for the Breese Fall Festival in lovely Breese, IL!
In case you were wondering, yes, I am going to ignore the fact that we haven’t posted since February. Thanks for noticing. Beer stuff guys, keep up! This year we are bringing three brand new beers to the festival. I’m sure there will be some folks that are disappointed that we’re not bringing the Hot Blonde, but we’re hoping the new recipes will tickle your fancy as well. Without further ado…
Beer #1: Toasted Coconut Porter.
We really like this beer. This English style porter has a subtle toasted coconut flavor that plays well with the roastiness and mild sweetness of the traditional porter. Here she is from beginning to end:
Beer #2: Peach IPA.
We wanted an IPA that wouldn’t leave your mouth dry, but also didn’t sacrifice the flavors and aromas of the American IPA that we all know and love. This beer is JUICY!
Beer #3: Honey Nut Brown.
I think I speak for all of the Regular Guys when I say that brown ales are amonst the most underrated beers. It also just so happens to be one of our favorite styles. This is our take on the American brown ale.
Well there you have it, those are the three beers we’re taking to the Breese Fall Festival! We hope to see you there this Saturday, September 30th at Northside Park. We can’t wait to serve you and get your feedback on our brand spankin’ new beers. Be there or be square! You’re not a square…are you?
Until next time…
See what I did there? I used BREW instead of BRU in the word February. Because we brewed in February. Get it? I’m so clever and original. Pretty sure no one has ever spelled February like that before. I’m a laugh riot.
So, if you’re a regular reader of our little blog, my nerdiness should come as no surprise. What might come as a surprise is that the weather in February was warm enough to pull off a brew session! We were beyond excited. See…
Hi friends, glad you could make it! This post is going to highlight a very important lesson we learned over the weekend. The homebrewers that read this blog will react in one of two ways; 1) with a “no shit.” or 2) with an “oh shit!” If you’re in the “no shit” category, good for you but if you’re in the “oh shit!” category, hopefully this post will help you before you experience the same things we did.
Holy cow guys! Where have we been? What have we been up to? What’s new with you? It has been since October 3rd since I last posted. At that point we were getting ready for the Breese Fall Festival. So let’s dish!