A tradition in that there London for hundreds of years Porter was designed to be dark, rich, and yet easy going. A good version will let you know you’re drinking it without slowing you down.
If you’re a fan of easy going beers with a malty edge that you can guzzle by the pint then Session Bitters (or Ordinary Bitters) might be for you. Lower in ABV than other types of Bitter, this traditional English style can hide a lot of subtlety in a very tiny package.
A belated happy new year to all of you. We usher in 2020 as a year of clear vision, and are immediately rewarded by finally meeting our counterpart in the Tooniverse, but he’s not quite what we expected to find.
In this slightly festive (yearly?) episode, Mike and Cal take a break from brewing and reflect on the past year. We discuss our favourite brews and which beers we learned the most from, as well as taking some time to really appreciate the beers in front of our faces.
In the first of our new series on fermented bevarages other than beer, Cal and Mike take a look at a potentially delicious way of using up a lot of spare fruit. Fruit Wines can be quick and simple to make, and most of the kit needed will already be owned by most homebrewers. So […]