Happy New Years From Jay’s Brewing!

January 2, 2013

General posting

I’m hoping that everyone had a great new years.  2013 is going to be a great year for this blog.  One thing that we are going to do over at Jay’s Brewing is have lots of great post for 2013.  This year I would really like to have more blog series, people seemed to enjoy them.  We have one in the works that we are going to finish but, a the general idea is that we would like to have at least a, “mini series”  every month.

We plan on putting up a lot more recipes and how to diagnosis a recipe.  This will help break down what the different ingredients do in a recipe.  The idea is that eventually, you will be able to see ingredients and pretty much be able to know how the beer is supposed to taste before you have it.  It’s going to be cool.

I know we’ve talked about it before, but we are going to be having classes.  I’m actually the one holding it back because I’m learning the system.  It should be done pretty soon though.  The idea is that they are going to be live on-line and streaming.  You will be able to take part with the class from your own home.  Pretty cool!  It doesn’t matter where you live, you will be able to take the class online live, and ask questions live.

At Jay’s Brewing and with our blog, our objective to help you become a better brewer.  Just like anything in life, the better you become at it, and once you understand the, “rules”, it becomes really fun.

So with that said, I wanted to just give everyone a heads up on a few things that will be happening this year with Jay’s Brewing blog.  Thank you everyone for your support and taking the time to read our post.   If you have any suggestions or would like us to do a series/single post on something please let us know and leave it in the comment section below.

Cheers,

Derek

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4 Comments on “Happy New Years From Jay’s Brewing!”

  1. Rob Says:

    2 problems

    #1 – the BigHair loves the taste of my homebrew but says they’re “too much”
    #2 – brewing for the homebrew club monthly competitions and barleywine is the style for December, with UK ales (BJCP 8,9 & 11) in March

    I’m thinking my solution for both would be to parti-gyle.

    I can make what I like, then make what the BigHair likes with the same batch.
    I can also brew my barleywine for December and my ale for March, both in January with the same batch.

    so, my suggestions for a series or post would be on how you do parti-gyles (if you do or have done) and barleywines.

    Reply

    • Jay's Brewing Blog Says:

      Awesome, I’ll make sure to get that done! I just bottled one that was bulk ageing for about 3 or 4 months. Barley wines are turning into my favorite style though, it may be a winter phase, but having enough to last me next winter would be a good thing. So I think I’m going to be slamming out a quite a few big OG beers.

      Reply

  2. Bo Duke Says:

    looking forward to taking these classes. as long as they arent the 8am classes 😉

    Reply

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