Brewing a Traditional Lithuanian Farmhouse Beer – Keptinis

For National Homebrew Day today, I wanted to share with you my experience brewing a very unique beer. Yesterday I brewed a centuries old Lithuanian farmhouse beer recipe from the book “Historical Brewing Techniques – The Lost Art of Farmhouse Brewing” by Lars Marius Garshol. What makes this beer so unique? It’s a baked, rawContinue reading “Brewing a Traditional Lithuanian Farmhouse Beer – Keptinis”

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Beer Review: OLD 51 (Oxbow Brewing Company)

Well this was certainly a fun one. Firstly, it was my first Oxbow Brewing taste (and coincidentally, my 500th checked-in brewery according to Untappd), and likewise, this was my first Roggenbier style (once again, according to Untappd). According to Beeradvocate.com, the definition for a Roggenbier is: German Roggenbier Roggenbier is akin to a Dunkelweizen madeContinue reading “Beer Review: OLD 51 (Oxbow Brewing Company)”

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