Thanks for stopping in, and welcome to April's blogshare! Spend some time, and check out these great posts from around the beer blog community. Give them a follow while you're at it!
A visual tour of Crooked Stave Barrel Cellar - If you like looking at pictures of barrel rooms (who doesn't?), take a look at this post from the Fermentedly Challenged blog. Dave stops into the Crooked Stave Barrel Cellar in Denver, CO, where the brewers work on their barrel-aging experiments, and also have a taproom where you can try out their wares.
QnA with DnU: Rich Sobotka - Less than 3 years after opening, Great South Bay Brewery, out of Long Island, New York, has already expanded into a larger facility to increase their output and manage demand. In this day and age, it's great to read about the successes of smaller companies. Rich Sobotka, brewmaster and owner of Great South Bay Brewery, took the time to have a Q&A with the writer of Drunk & Unemployed. Lots of great information is provided about the near-future plans of Great South Bay!
Off Flavor At The Coppermine Pub - If you're interested in studying for the Beer Judge Certification Program (BJCP), a homebrewer, or just a beer nerd, it is important to know what off flavors can develop in beer, and how to pick them out. One of the best ways to do that is by purchasing an "off flavor kit", and spike beer samples with off flavors. Brian from I Drink Good Beer attended an off flavor class that was held by Os Cruz at the Coppermine Pub in North Arlington, NJ. This is a really neat idea, and something I would consider taking part in at a future class!
Pilsner Madness - There's a pilsner battle going over at the Literature and Libation blog. Still in the first round (16 beers total), stop by and see if you're favorite pilsner will be able to tough it out against the competition!
Progress on River Horse move to Ewing - One of New Jersey's best beer news blogs, Beer-Stained Letter, provides tons of updates on River Horse Brewing's upcoming move from Lambertville to Ewing. I can't wait to see how they do with their new facility.
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