Archive for March, 2011

Malty McFly

This Irish Style Red Ale is our St. Patty’s Day gift to you! Malty McFly truly lives up to its name. A generous portion of British caramel and amber malts gives Malty McFly a delicious malty sweetness and toasty flavor, while a touch of roasted barley balances it out with a slightly dry finish. Fermented […]

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Single Hop Project

As much as I love to go overboard and create needlessly complex recipes with many different types of malts, hops, fruits, spices, dog hair, etc., producing beers with more layers of flavor and complexity than I’ll ever be able to detect, sometimes one needs to step back and simplify. Thus we have the Single Hop […]

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Infinite Nugget Disappointing Development

We over anxiously drank the newest Infinite Nugget Imperial IPA batch last night.  It had only been bottled last Thursday and traditionally you need about two weeks for a beer to reach proper carbonation.  However occasionally you can drink it ahead of time and it’ll have all the carbonation it needs.  This was not the […]

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NARBREW POLL: Are you ready for Spring Beers by now?

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La Fin Du Narb

One of my favorite things about home brewing is I get to make whatever kind of beer I want. I can choose to brew within the parameters of a certain style, or completely ignore style guidelines altogether. Typically I have a specific flavor in mind so I find the right style to start with as […]

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Narbrewers are attending SAVOR!

We just purchased our tickets for SAVOR! For those of you who don’t know what SAVOR, you may remember it from an episode of Brewmasters on Discovery Channel.  Savor is a two-day event that features brewers from the best beer companies in the country sampling some of their signature beers as well as some new […]

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