Wednesday, October 24, 2018

Top 5 Winter/Fall Homebrew Favorites

I've gotten a few requests to compile a short list of some good recipes for the later half of the year. Here is a list of our favorite recipes of brews we've made for the fall and cold winter weather:

#5: Graff (AKA Apple Ale)
Graff was one of my favorite experiments to do to see how viable making apple ale at home was. I especially like that this can be brewed on an extremely small scale, but finished at normal quantities. Give it a shot if you've got a bucket and a small stove top.

Monday, October 8, 2018

An Extraordinary Craigslist Haul | Homebrewing Setup Upgrades

While browsing Craigslist, I came across quite the deal. I met up with the man and acquired more homebrewing equipment than I could possibly dream for... all for $100.
Steal of a deal!

Wednesday, October 3, 2018

The Concept | Part 1 | 72 Plant NFT Vertical Hydroponic Build DIY

Part 1: The concept
I've wanted to build one of these systems for a while. Somehow my browsing of Instagram led me to several Indonesian/Malaysian accounts, who have been building, running, and selling these systems. I got inspired by seeing some of their designs. It was time to reverse engineer a garden.

Monday, October 1, 2018

Good Guav Peeps All Guav

Mid October in southern California brings a wonderful fruity smell to the streets.  After grapefruit season is over and the figs have come and gone, the spotlight is on guavas.  This year, I've come across three types of guavas growing in the local area; pink, yellow, and pineapple.  We turn to my trusted source, the side of the street, which is especially prolific in older neighborhoods that have massive fruit trees!
Firstly, the pink.