Traveled to Sandusky yesterday and picked up some more freshly picked hops from Ohio Hops LLC for our soon to be released Barrel Aged & Wet Hopped Farmhouse Ale!!! If you love craft beer go thank a farmer(by buying him/her a beer)! People like these guys & Ohio Malting Company are invaluable and we would all be stuck with water without them! #beerfarmer#ohiobeer#drinklocal#drinkwild#wildale#barrelaged#craftbeer#beergeek
NEW BREW ALERT!
Brewed with Fresh Oranges and Grapefruits from the farm! And using 100% Western Australian ingredients!!
-- Unfiltered for supreme moutfeel.
-- This baby wont last for long...it didnt even make it to the picture full!! --- Available this weekend at the Perth Craft Beer Fest and selected venues
Today we test out #wethop blends for my favorite beer of the year!! Wild Side Farmhouse Pale Ale ~ Barley, a couple hand fulls of flaked wheat, #ohiowine barrels with our wild farmhouse culture. This ale will be finished with a massive amount of freshly harvested and locally grown hops!!! The moment they are picked they will be dumped into this beer to give this seasonal work of art the resin dripping, citrus bursting aroma and taste it deserves. Everything in this beer was and always will be grown in #Ohio#allohio#ohiobeer#barrelaged#wildale#summertime#drinkbeermadehere#pride#beerfarmer
THIS WEEK AT THE B E E R - F A R M. The crops are looking good!!! The barley heads are beginning to mature and it looks like about a month out for harvest! Both of our heritage hops reached the top of our 15 foot poles last week! Everything is looking really green and happy! #beerfarmer#humboldtgrown#humboldtbeer#farmtoglass
September 1st we're hosting a guided flight with the brewmaster enjoying a handful of our brews while talking about how their origins have shaped what they have become today. It'll be filled with knowledge, laughter, and of course delicious beer 🍻✔ #brewmaster#beerfarmer
A brewer and his hops 👍 the cones here are from a variety a passerby noticed growing in the #Lanphere dunes here in #humboldt a few years ago. It's believed they were brought over sometime in the 1800's and left behind which has allowed them to become incredibly mold resistant and tolerable of all of our coastal weather. Also tastes great in a local brew! #northwest#beerfarmer#farming#futurebeer