News From the Shop

November 01, 2016

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Aging Beer with Wood

Barrel Aged Beer

I believe most homebrewers and craft beer drinkers are aware of the concept of aging beer on wood.   We’ve all seen commercial breweries proudly display their beer soaking the goodness in various wooden spirit barrels; usually whiskey, but sometimes we’ll see other spirits like wine, rum, or tequila.   

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June 28, 2016

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Avery Brewing Co. Posts Homebrew Recipes

Avery Brewing Co. Beer List

This should come as no surprise as this brewery has always been very open about their recipes and is glad to help people create good beer on their own.  While not every beer has its recipe listed, several of our favorites are.

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June 07, 2016

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Homebrew Competition Tips

NHBC Medal

Homebrew competitions are excellent ways to receive critical, non-biased feedback on your liquid art.  However not all competitions are equal.  Learn what to look for in one and how to find which competition is worthwhile.  Also pick up some tricks and tips on how to bring home the gold.

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May 25, 2016

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May's Shop News

Bocote Tap Handles

May's Shop Newsletter

- Our latest "Brewing with the Schick" article on Portable Beer options. 

-  Announcement of our newest Bocote What's on Draft Tap Handles

-  We welcome Beerhaus of Las Vegas to the craft beer bar scene

 

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May 12, 2016

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Free Beer Icons

Free Beer Icons

Free Beer Vector Icons to use as you please!

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May 03, 2016

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Portable Beer Serving – Because Sharing is Caring!

DIY Jockey Box
  Have homebrew, want to travel?  So you followed our last post and Built your own Keezer.  While living the good life of not having to deal with bottles it hit you.  How am I going to take my kegged homebrew over to Miller Lite Mike's house for the game? Thankfully we live in an inebriated age where there are a lot of choices, meeting all types of budgets and gadget-minded individuals.  

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April 04, 2016

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Keezer Build Guide for the DIY Homebrewer

DIY Keezer build out
Four Hundred. I was inventorying my home brewing equipment, and realized I had at least 400 bottles stored in my basement. I was always envious of home brewers that were able to keg their beer. No more bottles to clean and sanitize, monotonously filling them, rinse, repeat (literally!). Upon the realization I needed to reduce the storage in my basement, I was able to convince my wife that building a kegerator “keezer” would solve the problems of endless cases of beer bottles, and spilling beer all over the kitchen while I was bottling.

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