Yesterday was the regular meeting. There was serious business to cover:
1) a local effort to develop a local source of malt for brewing - a farmer has planted about 3/4 acre of two row barley for this purpose;
2) a visit from the folks over at Copper Fox Distillery over in Sperryville, where they are already engaged in crafting malts for their products, and for special orders nationwide; and
3) results from a tasting given at the Luray Downtown Initiative (LDI) and the prospect for another soon at the Luray Caverns CX.
Although I had found a bottle of my recent Belgian Black on Saturday, I figured that one 22 oz. bottle wasn't enough to bring for this purpose. I hope to have something to share in the future, however.
- Kabuchi - a fermented tea
- A Marzen-style lager
- A Belgian Chimay-style
- An IPA
- A porter
- An Imperial Stout
- Whisky from Copper Fox