Saturday, October 30, 2010

relax, have a home brew

12 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Looks good!

October 30, 2010 at 3:35 PM  
Blogger Jenna Woginrich said...

It takes okay, i'm not a fan of any lighter beers and I think the honey gave it a funky tone, but it certainly has a kick to it!

The black dog stout however.....hooooooooo....SO GOOD! Smooth as hell, slightly tastes of brown sugar. I am going to make another batch soon!

October 30, 2010 at 3:53 PM  
Blogger Joe St. John said...

Thanks for the info on the labels...I love them. It makes the bottles look so much better than blanks. Once again, thanks. Keep on brewing. Every batch I make seems to get a little better. I've progressed from wholly undrinkable to not really that bad :-)

October 30, 2010 at 4:34 PM  
Blogger Jenna Woginrich said...

I might have done something wrong with the pale ales, but you gotta start somewhere. At least they look good.

October 30, 2010 at 4:53 PM  
Blogger Stargazer 2 said...

JENNA,
NOT A BEER DRINKER SO MAYBE I'LL LOOK INTO MAKING ROOT BEER
OR SOMETHING, & HAVE THE LABEL HAVE
SOMETHING TO DO WITH MY EARLY
AMERICAN CRAFTS' CHAIR CANING, &
SEAT WEAVING!!!
YOUR LABEL REALLY LOOKS NEAT,
& OF COURSE YOU REALLY MIGHT WANT TO NAME A BREW COLD ANTLER FARM
"INSPIRATION" WHICH IT REALLY IS!!!
CHEERS WITH A HEALTH DRINK!!!
RONNIE A VERY HAPPY SEAT WEAVER!!!
http://www.chaircaningdirectory.com

October 30, 2010 at 11:19 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Here's to you in homebrewing...we love our homebrew that we make!

October 31, 2010 at 8:52 AM  
Blogger Crystal said...

Good job Jenna!

October 31, 2010 at 9:17 AM  
Blogger treehuggers kitchen said...

Looks yummy!! I have to tell you, though, whenever you post a picture similar to this one, my favorite thing about it, is checking out the titles of the books in the background. :) hee hee In the batch that was posted about a month ago, I wrote down a bunch of titles, and have since checked out "The Farmstead Egg Cookbook" and "Rural Renaissance". I'm still reading "Rural Renaissance" and I love it!

October 31, 2010 at 9:30 AM  
Blogger Unknown said...

Aaah, honey. I made a Hoiday Ale last fall and it had a TON of honey in the kit. 5 pounds, I think. It does add a different taste to the ale. Not just a honey taste, it was something else. It was just okay, don't know if I would make it again. I like more of a bitter, hoppy IPA kind of ale. Or Guinness! I don't like the sweeter scotch ales as much.
But, when you brew, you drink your creations, good and bad. And it's so much fun to do. Homebrewing rules!

October 31, 2010 at 10:06 AM  
Blogger wisegoat acres said...

The beer looks yummy Jenna. I just finished "Up Trunket Road" and I loved it. He was a professor of mine in College at Green Mountain and I had the pleasure of spending an evening on his homestead when it was just the cabin and it was a magical place.
I will be in town for an alumni event this weekend, I wish I had time to stop by and say hello.
A California fan,
Kristin

October 31, 2010 at 10:17 AM  
Blogger Nina said...

Should have known you had Up Tunket Road. Just started reading it. Saw Philip Ackerman-Leist at a workshop last weekend in New Bedford, MA.

October 31, 2010 at 8:42 PM  
Blogger Jenna Woginrich said...

I have stacks of books all over this house, at least until I can find one of those old wall-mounted, metal chicken nest boxes for a bookshelf. I collect them, or get them mailed, or they are loaned, but I always have books around. I got that FIRST EDITION of Harry Potter 1 at Battenkill books for nine bucks!

October 31, 2010 at 9:00 PM  

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