This is the first episode in a series that we’re going to be running over the course of the next few months, and each instalment is going to take a closer look at a certain style of beer and find out what makes it unique. We’re also going to look into the history of each style as well, because many beers have a quirky or unique history that's very interesting; to beer nerds like us at least. After all, beer is around 9000 years old! There has gotta be some good stories hidden in there somewhere! Without further ado lets get into it.
Over here at TRBC we're popping corks out of bottles that we didn't fill because we're celebrating.
We got our FARKING licence!
Those of you who've visited us before will know that we're only allowed to serve tasters of our beer out of our bar here at the brewery, but this is about to change!
WE GET ASKED, A LOT... WHAT'S WITH THE LOGO? WELL LET US EXPLAIN...
Anyone who has had a business knows that the logo is very important. In our opinion it needs to be simple, memorable and have some value beyond just being pretty
IBUs have been up and coming in the beer world for some time now, especially around craft beer. They are now typically found on menus alongside ABVs and many breweries -including ourselves- are putting them on their cans and bottles. But what do they mean?
Two New Seasonals! We started our brewery because we were enthralled by beer, really enjoyed brewing it, and our friends seemed to really like our brews too. Now we have our own brewery it seems like we can brew all the beer we want, however there are certain limits to having to brew beer for other people; we just can’t experiment as much as we want to or brew our desired wide varieties of excellent beer!
Would you like to be able to open your door in the morning to find some new and exciting craft beer sitting on your doorstep? Well in our modern world this has become a reality! The internet is a beautiful place -some say- and there are now a selection of different online retailers offering beer, wine and spirits straight to your doorstep, and whilst this may not be as instant as a short trip to liquor store it can be a sure fire way to keep your fridge topped up with fresh beer.