Czech Out My Pilsner

For my second lager, I decided to go with the Czech (or Bohemian) Lager from Brewing Classic Styles. The Czech’s invented the Pilsner style of beer in Plzn, Czech Republic in 1842. It was called Pilsner Urquell and it is still around to this day. Since my wife is part Czech, I decided that this would be my… Continue reading Czech Out My Pilsner

Happy Fourth of July!!

It’s the Eve of July 4th, and as I’m sitting here at work, grinding out a few more hours until I can go home, I can’t help but think about tomorrow and what it really means. For some, it’s just a reason not to go to work. A day to fire up their grills or… Continue reading Happy Fourth of July!!

Biker Chicken!!

Beer can chicken? Who wants beer can chicken when you can have a biker chicken? I saw this yesterday on the Big Green Egg forum and thought it was too funny not to share. **No affiliation with the company and not receiving any form of compensation, but if you are interested they are $70 HERE

American Lite Lager

Almost 5 years ago, July 11, 2013, to be exact, I brewed my first beer. An extract version of Blue Moon. I had no idea what the fuck, excuse my French,  I was doing nor did I know how far I was going to go with this hobby. In the almost 5 years I have… Continue reading American Lite Lager

River Rat Beer Update

I’m a  little late on the update for our Blue Moon clone that my wife named River Rat Beer and for that I apologize. Sometimes life gets busy, but for those interested, I thought you should know how it turned out. Before we went on the trip, I took a bottle to my local homebrew… Continue reading River Rat Beer Update

Pellet Grills – Millennial Mindset Meets BBQ

Today I am not going to write a post. Instead, I’m going to share a post from my Brother in Law’s new blog called Westbound Soul. He started his blog in March of this year and if you like bbq, beer, Texas country and pretty much everything Texas, then I can guarantee you will like… Continue reading Pellet Grills – Millennial Mindset Meets BBQ

How We Make Chimichurri

  There are thousands of recipes for chimichurri out there. Many claiming to be “original” or “authentic” and then some that have been modernized with all kinds of extra ingredients. I don’t remember where I got our recipe. I really wish I did. I want to say it was on a barbecue forum. Somebody probably… Continue reading How We Make Chimichurri