‘Til Un-Death – Humulus Matrimony 10th Wedding Anniversary Beer

After ten years of fasted hands with the love of my life, I felt a bold beer was in order. For someone who’s more of a session brewer, I think this is the biggest, boldest beer I’ve brewed to date. And one needn’t wonder further why I married the woman, because when I asked her what beer I…

Gurik Cha’Ale

Pivovar Filipek | Morgue Brewing collaboration A dungeon crawl, goblinoid, herbed, gruit ale brewed with the root of mandrake, bog myrtle, mugwort, wormwood, bay laurel, honey, molasses, and East Kent Goldings hops. View on Untappd

Vajra Belgian Tripel

Among gilded gods in the House of Snow, this enlightened aromatic ale tickles the tongue with an unpretentious estery richness that’s sure to please even the Buddha. Defender of Dharma and protector of the Middle Way, the triple-tined Vajra cuts through ignorance and obstruction to the noble pursuit of quality and purity. Visit on Untappd…

Fhtagn Lavender Vanilla Belgian Ale

View my recipe on BeerSmith Visit this beer on Untappd A dry, rich, estery Belgian Pale enhanced with the warm pleasance of fresh vanilla and the delightful aroma of hand-picked organic lavender. The two adjuncts blend beautifully in the rounded mouthfeel of the base style to create something entirely unique and entirely Morgue. This turned…

Beer Wagon — the “Vault” — Draft Bar on Wheels

Build your own mobile beer bar for dispensing kegged home-brew on the go! (Disclaimer: Don’t break laws; don’t be stupid.) I call it the “Vault.” For the past few years at lawn parties and Pennsic, I’ve had my kegs on ice in a big cooler. It worked, but it burned through ice fast and looked…

I Am Gruit—Medieval Herbed Ale

FIRST BATCH Adapted from Mosher, Radical Brewing 241. Scaled down to Batch Volume of 1.5 gallons.  4 oz cherrywood smoked malt 1.4 oz Special B malt SRM 180 1 oz black patent malt SRM 500 2.8 lbs amber LME 1 bay laurel leaf 0.03 oz Rosemary 0.06 oz each of Bog Myrtle, Caraway, Mugwort Brewing…

Pseudo-Gruit – Chartreuse Tart Saison – Herbed as an Afterthought

  I’ve recently been getting in to beer mixology, experimenting with adding various bitter herbs to my beer, being inspired by Gruit, the herbed, pre-hops style of medieval ale. My most recent Belgian Saison homebrew was a little bit “meh,” so I thought “why not spice things up?” These days I’m pretty much always keeping a jug of…

Circe’s Elixir – Ancient Greek Ale

“And she mixed them a potion with barley and cheese and pale honey added to Pramnian wine, but put into the mixture malignant drugs to make them forgetful of their own country. After she’d given them this and they’d drunk it down, next she struck them with her wand and drove them into her pig…