denny

https://www.experimentalbrew.com/podcast/brew-files-episode-36-speedy-brewing

The Brew is Out There!

This week, as summertime rapidly approaches, so does the need for more beer! Every time we turn around, there's another party, festival, weekend in need of some sudsy love. On this episode we'll walk you through our tips about how to speed up your brew day and shorten the amount of time it takes to go from grain to happy foamy glasses.

Sit back, and rest up, we're going to get speedy!
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Clibit
Mocking our queen there, Mr Conn? [rofl]
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dbeechum
I'm not mocking the queen. I'm just giving her a friendly peck on the cheek - being very continental! 😉
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Clibit
dbeechum wrote:
I'm not mocking the queen. I'm just giving her a friendly peck on the cheek - being very continental! 😉


Ok but it looks like you've broken into the palace. 
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dbeechum
A palace of fine beers here in Torrance, CA called Yorkshire Square. I was having a nice pint of their Drift Mild.
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Clibit
dbeechum wrote:
A palace of fine beers here in Torrance, CA called Yorkshire Square. I was having a nice pint of their Drift Mild.


Pint of mild in California. What's the world coming to? Dimple glass? And what was Her Majesty drinking? 
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dbeechum
Andy, the brewer, is a fanatic for doing things in a traditional metier. He trained in Yorkshire, came back to California and helped launch MacLeod's Ale. They started completely as cask service only, but as time has moved on,  the brewery has changed more and more to reflect the market, because purity in spirit is great, but staying open is even better. 

Andy has now helped opened Yorkshire Square which is focused largely on cask service. They make some fantastic beers, Drift is my favorite because I'm a sucker for a good dark mild. (and I have a Ravenshead dimple mug sitting 6 inches from my hand) 

I believe the Queen was having a pint of The Tenant (aka Andy's TT Landlord inspired beer) 
 
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dbeechum wrote:
Andy, the brewer, is a fanatic for doing things in a traditional metier. He trained in Yorkshire, came back to California and helped launch MacLeod's Ale. They started completely as cask service only, but as time has moved on,  the brewery has changed more and more to reflect the market, because purity in spirit is great, but staying open is even better. 

Andy has now helped opened Yorkshire Square which is focused largely on cask service. They make some fantastic beers, Drift is my favorite because I'm a sucker for a good dark mild. (and I have a Ravenshead dimple mug sitting 6 inches from my hand) 

I believe the Queen was having a pint of The Tenant (aka Andy's TT Landlord inspired beer) 
 


Thanks for the info Drew. I'm planning a grand trip to California, Oregon, Washington and BC when I feel able to leave my 'grown' up' kids in charge of my house, as a personal reward for getting them this far! All the pain and heartache. I'd be interested to taste a California brewed mild amongst other brews along the way. I might need some guidance on places to visit.

Ravenshead dimple mug, I like them. We have all these American inspired craft bars here now serving American hopped beers from anything but traditional English glassware. We even have schooner glasses, serving 2/3 pints, mercy me. Which I actually like tbh. I think Camra has another battle looming to preserve cask, if Manchester is anything to go by, all the new breweries are gradually moving to keg/can only. I'm not taking sides, I see value in both, and having choice, but we are not getting choice from a lot of the newer breweries now.

The Queen has good taste, obviously. I must make the 50 mile journey from Manchester to Keighley this summer to visit the TT brewery, try Landlord at source, still not got there yet. The beer gets here, though.
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