Now we got our own place, I decided to build a nice looking kegerator, since we’ve been making beer for over 5 years now. I wanted to build a tower kegerator that came out of a proper bar counter, and have somewhere to mount my beer engine. I had a very clear idea about what I wanted, the biggest issue was sourcing all of the components for a reasonable price. The hardest one was the fridge – I initially wanted a fridge that could fit 3 Corny kegs, like the one made by Kegstar ND-174. It doesn’t look great but it fits […]
Introducing a new style: the Russian Imperial Sour
As I am a big fan of sours, I decided to experiment with my last litre of Black Death to see if I could sour it and see how it turns out. Black Death is very thick, roasty brew with a sweet finish, and is at 15% abv. I felt there was more than enough food left in the beer for brett and lacto to do their thing. So I pitched 200ml of the dredges of the best Lambic I brewed into the barrel with Black Death and left it for two months. The results were surprising: The beer soured […]
How to import beer into Singapore
We take a break now from the recount of our trip to Copenhagen and the UK to bring you this helpful guide on how to get beer shipped into Singapore. :) I haven’t quite told anyone (not even Nick) but I’ve been constantly stalking the Mikkeller and other craft beer e-shops online, hoping to see To Øl’s Baltic Frontier surface again for me to buy crates and crates of.