First of all, an apology for not keeping this up to date, its been a busy year, we’ve had holidays, and our schedules just don’t always allow to write about all we’ve done. You can expect more frequent updates from now on, at least that’s our aim.
Second, when we started this blog we thought to use it as a way to document our homebrewing adventures. And to be honest that intention is still the same, but we’ve been a bit more active than I thought we’d be (and a bit more busy). Our last post was referring to Batch #6. At the moment of writing this it’s been 2 weeks since we finished Batch #13. That’s 13 batches in less than a year, some might think this is not much, but I feel its a considerable amount for the first year of getting into this. At the same time, we’ve been giving beers left and right and when people ask (or tell) about us, saying “We’re R&A brewing” sounds kinda lame and generic. In order to have a more distinctive name we decided to rename our blog and our ‘brewery’ if you will. As such.
Welcome to Snow Hare Brewing.
To close this post I’ll leave you with a list of the batches we’ve yet to write about so you have an idea of what to expect.
- Batch #7 ESB
- Batch #8 Mash Apocalypse #2 (AIPA)
- Batch #9 Decadence Barley Wine (Voetto Collab)
- Batch #10 Saison
- Batch #11 Saison + Brett
- Batch #12 Session IPA
- Batch #13 Mash Apocalypse #3 (Brown Ale)
You can expect to read about these batches in the coming weeks.