Monthly Archives: July 2014

Brouwerij Den Toetëlèr, Hoeselt, Belgium

I was browsing around some Lambic forum discussions, when for some reason someone linked to this article. (Perhaps the Kriek beer?) Anyway, It’s an awesome small brewery. I love what they’ve done with the tile work. The place has that sparkly clean look that a lot of older German breweries have. Great use of non-standard […]

So much history in one image

A Pilsner Urquel barrel at a Gueuzerie, the old copper tap, married to a tri-clamp fitting…

My Pressure Racking Cane

There’s been interest from a few people in the design of my pressure racking cane, so I decided to post it so hopefully it can be of use to others. Like many of my DIY projects this one started with simple necessity. I had a couple situations where either racking under pressure for sanitation reasons, […]

Lambic Project 6 Month Tasting

When you are involved in long ongoing beer projects, the typical situation of beers seeming to take forever to complete (even though you’re waiting at most a month), get’s turned around and things move much faster than you’re prepared for. (Hence my ridiculously late Sour Brown bottling earlier in the year) The Lambic Project is […]