Keep Left Imperial IPA

We are really bunch of hop heads here in Smith’s Parish, Bermuda and as such have a great time experimenting with IPAs as much as possible over the last two years. Recently, after upgrading our mash tun for additional capacity, it was decreed by all that we must develop an Imperial IPA. So after much testing, research, and tasting competitors Imperial IPA’s our very own Keep Left Imperial IPA was born!
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New Years Beer Resolutions

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Being a home brewer is a great hobby but there is always a temptation and desire to step it up a notch and do something bigger, better, faster or more! To that end there are several things I want to try this new year with this hobby. I’m not that interested in brewing bigger volumes, five gallons at a time are great for us but I’m interested trying new things to increase my skill and knowledge at this fine craft!

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Pouring a Pint at Home in Style

What red blooded American hasn’t wanted to be able to tap a keg at home and pour yourself beer? Well if you home brew after a while you do get sick and tired of cleaning, sanitizing, filling, and capping bottles. The solution is to build yourself a kegerator to condition and serve beer draft style.

After performing research on all the best home brew web sites I was really inspired by the keezers I saw a decided to go that route. A keezer is a chest freezer that has been modified for use with beer.

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Yes Dear, It’s Time to Make Beer

There is a point in every mans life when he realizes he is not going to own his own bar. When this happens we reach for a more noble and profitable goals, like the dream of owning our own brewery! Now before we start on our grand business venture it might be good to learn about beer and more importantly how to make beer. Luckily for me there is a great brew shop right by the house and there I met some amazing people and made an amazing first beer.

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