I have partnered with a long-time friend to jump into the craft-beer business. This blog is dedicated to highlighting our journey from onset to fruition and possibly beyond. In this, the fifth edition – Waldover, pro feedback, biscuits and honey.
It has been a few weeks since I last had the opportunity to provide an update on the beer blog. I apologize for the lack of communication. Our silence does not mean that we haven’t been busy. Over the past few weeks we have been working with a variety of people to on enhancing and refining our recipes.
We are particularly happy with the evolution of our crushable IPA Waldover. The recipe has been improved immensely based on some valuable feedback from professional brewers, home brew experts and discerning tasters. We are grateful for the help and we are eager to taste the next batch.
While we wait for the next incarnation of Waldover to be ready, we are set to bottle the freshest batch of our hoppy red ale. WeyLey is bursting with Centennial and Citra hops which provide a dynamic citrus profile. The mix grains provide a smooth finish with notes of biscuit and honey. We will have a limited amount of samples available. If you are interested in a taste feel free to reach out… firstname.lastname@example.org.
As far as where we are in the process of brewing commercially, not much has changed. We are currently waiting on some documents from the commonwealth and hope to have permits in order by the end of the year. Our goal of an early 2018 contracted batch remains in line!