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July
2014
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Field Trip to Mead Ranch

olaf and pat

Olaf, the ranch manager at Mead Ranch, gave us a tour of the ranch and walked us through what he does every single day after he picks up a trailer full of our spent grain. He takes our brewing spent grain to Mead Ranch to supplement the grass diet of their cattle. And then we…

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July
2014
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Idaho Malt Barley Field Course

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I just got back from the Idaho Malt Barley Field Short Course hosted by the Idaho Barley Commission, and I wanted to do a little write up about some of the stuff I learned. Maybe you’ll learn a little something, and I’ll probably come back and read through this once I’ve forgotten it all! I…

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July
2014
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Frost Bar Toys

brew system

We put a “frost rail” in our new and improved upstairs bar, and Chris made sure there were toys to play with… [edit: Chris, our head of brewing operations, who can be seen below playing with the frost bar toys, would like me to clarify that the actual point of the frost bar is not…

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June
2014
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North American Brewers Association Competition

sign and medals

Last weekend, at the North American Brewers Association Beer Fest and Competition, we won 5 medals!! The Danimal’s Farmhouse Saison, the Belgian Quadrupel Pandamonium, the German dark lager 90 Day Wunder, our new signature Monarch Pilsner (available in cans!), and the sour Le Serpent (available in bombers) all won awards. All us brewers went to…

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June
2014
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Come and get yer Danimal’s!

We still have bombers of Danimal's!

The Danimal’s on tap will probably be kicked this weekend, so hurry in and get a glass while it lasts! It is a farmhouse ale that is perfect for a sunny afternoon on the deck- light, refreshing, with a little kick. If you miss it on tap, you can take home a bottle to enjoy…

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