Monthly Archives: December 2017

Jockey box

Almost every homebrewer, sooner or later, upgrades from bottling to kegging beer. We took that step a year ago and, although we bottle most of our beer, sometimes we keg some of our beers in corny kegs. Once the beer … Continue reading

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Tasting Smash L&G

One of the first beers we brewed this year was a smash (single malt and single hop), from ingredients not far from where we live. Hops from Girona grown by Lupulina and malt produced by Grannaria in Las Grañeras, a … Continue reading

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American IPA + results from IPA Day homebrew competition

Let’t go back in time. Specifically, until August this year. As we told you about in our entry on our first NEIPA, the first week of August a homebrew competition was held for all the homebrewers from the Iberian Peninsula … Continue reading

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