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4 Uses For Spent Grain

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4 Uses For Spent Grain

Brewers are always faced with the question, “What do I do with my spent grain?” If you are anything like us, we hate to throw it away. So, we’ve provided you with some alternatives to keeping that spent grain out of the landfill. Compost: Most cities have a compost program where a company will pick up compost for you. If not, start a compost yourself if you have the space in your backyard. Your garden will thank you. Dog Treats: As long as these grains haven’t come into contact with hops, you’re good to go. (Hops are toxic to dogs.)...

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The BEST Smelling IPA Homebrewed Beer Soap EVER!!! (AKA Fierce Soap Meets Beer SOAP)

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The BEST Smelling IPA Homebrewed Beer Soap EVER!!! (AKA Fierce Soap Meets Beer SOAP)

‘Get Some’ Beer Soap by far is the best smelling beer soap I've ever smelled.  It’s scent is pretty damn close to Abercrombie & Fitch's Fierce Cologne. Think grain, cardamom, lemon, orange and fir. YUM!!! When my husband bathe’s with this beer soap, I always joke with him that he might be ‘gettin’ some’ that night (wink wink)! To top off this amazing scented soap, we add homegrown cascade hops as an exfoliant. Believe it our not, we grow 11 different varieties of hops in our backyard.  So get a bar of our 'Get Some' IPA Beer Soap and let...

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Brewtiful Thought Thursday: Beer and Mirrors

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Brewtiful Thought Thursday: Beer and Mirrors

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Brewtiful Thought Thursday: Beer and Goats

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Brewtiful Thought Thursday: Beer and Goats

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HOPS AND DOGS

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HOPS AND DOGS

This is a Public Service Announcement: HOPS ARE TOXIC TO DOGS!!! We are now a proud owner of an Australian Cattle Dog! His name is Otter…(because he looked like one when he was born) and we’ve added Pop to his name because who in my generation didn’t like Otter Pops? Otter-Pop is an amazing dog. He’s really good with the kids, especially our one year old. He trains quickly, and hasn’t peed or pooped in the house to date (I just jinxed it!) As you know we grow and harvest hops. Hops and dogs don’t mix. When a dog ingests...

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