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Narberth Librewery 2012

We did it!  We finally proved that Beer and Books make for a perfect combination.  The turnout was more than double what the Library expected, meaning the number people who were able to experience Narbrew far surpassed what we had anticipated.  The Merion Tribute House was packed with enthusiastic beer tasters from the area who […]

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NARBREW Public Tasting!

We’ve been posting our beers and brewing progress for the past year and a half. However only our friends and coworkers have had the ability to try some of the beer we’ve made. The average Facebook fan or blog checker can only read about the beer we’ve been creating….. UNTIL NOW! WE HAVE HUGE NEWS! […]

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Narbrew in the Philadelphia Inquirer!

Earlier this week we posted about Narbrew’s article on  Today we found out that the article carried over to the Philadelphia Inquirer’s business section.  I’ll be re-reading it tomorrow for inspiration while brewing a batch of CranMerry Christmas.  Thanks again to Ashley Nguyen for publishing our passion.  See the link below.

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Home Grown Hops!

A friend and co-worker of mine, whom we shall refer to as Bryce (because that’s his name), also happens to be a novice horticulturalist and craft beer enthusiast. Bryce is also a Narbrew Superfan, and has agreed to donate fresh picked hops from his upcoming fall harvest for use in some delicious Narbrew beer. At […]

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Why waste your grain?

Recently Narbrew unveiled it’s second iteration of Margarita Wit. This past weekend we celebrated Kristen Gill’s birthday and Cinco de Mayo with a keg of Narbrew’s wheat beer brewed with lime zest and agave nectar. To accompany the beer we had fajita cheese steaks – a delicious combination of onion, peppers, cheese and meat drenched […]

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Beer Labels – Malty McFly

Beer labeling is an important aspect of any beer.  It is true that the most important qualities to a beer come from great ingredients, a clean system, time spent researching, and love from the brewers. However, unless you are there to explain your beer and hand it to people, no one will pick it up […]


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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Winter Beer Fest 2011!

For my girlfriend Kristen and I, this past weekend (February 12-13) was a time to celebrate our love…. for craft beer. Saturday at the Electric Factory was the Winter Beer Fest. Hoards of people gathered to celebrate and sip over seventy plus beers ranging from spicy winter beers to citrusy IPAs. For our session the […]

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Winter Beer Fest Feb 12th 2011! Narbrewers Attending

2011’s Winter Beer Fest has finally come… again.  It was originally supposed to take place in January but was postponed the night before for ‘Major Problems’.  I along with other beer lovers were devastated to hear this upsetting news.  Luckily a few days later they let us know when the rescheduled event was going to […]

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NARBREW CONTEST: What is your introduction to Craft Beer story?

I am officially announcing the first contest for No one who is interested in Craft Beer was born with a Belgian beer in their hand.  In fact due to a combination of prohibition, war, and ad campaigns beer has had limited variety until about 30 years ago.  This meant that most people who are […]

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