Right now, I’m brewing and American Amber known as Kentucky Common. It’s a great beer. I’m doing a double batch, 12 gallons, which I intend to Parti-gyle. Parti-gyle is where the brewer develops two beers from one mash. This beer is going to be split into two beers, 5 gallons of Cherry Derby and 5 gallons of Kentucky Blood Orange. It should be great.
The Kentucky Blood Orange is going to be served up for free on October 7th, 2016 at Cheese Dawgs during their First Friday sale. Riverside Homebrew Society is the guest brewer and I’m a member. So come on out and eat a dawg, and have a homebrew. For those who have not had a homebrew, you are in for a special treat. This is beer, brewed by people who love beer. It’s not that mass produced stuff you may be used to. It has body, flavor and is a higher quality that that other stuff. Why do you think they call it Craft Beer?