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  • #511406

    cbus11
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    That does seem like a good deal and some nice entertainment that goes along with the sweat equity.

    #511407

    MFRONE
    Participant

    Wow, that’s pricey for the bottles. The Brew Kettle in Strongsville only charges $0.40 for each 22oz bottle.

    #511408

    MFRONE
    Participant

    Do they allow you to make a custom label or do they offer a generic one for everybody to use?

    #511409

    buckette13
    Member

    MFRONE said:
    Wow, that’s pricey for the bottles. The Brew Kettle in Strongsville only charges $0.40 for each 22oz bottle.

    How much do they charge to wash and deliver them to 1288 N. High St? ;)

    ++++++++

    Do they walk you through the process so you don’t mess it up? I am thinking of getting a group together and brewing some scotch ale, but don’t want 12 gallons of yuck.

    #511410
    vestanpance
    vestanpance
    Participant

    yes they walk your through it. Honestly.. you spend most of the time standing around staring at a boiling pot of beer waiting to add the next ingredients. and drinking of course.

    You can’t mess it up unless you let it boil over…. like we did once. oops.

    On our way out they said they do make custom labels. You just have to send them the artwork.

    #511411
    vestanpance
    vestanpance
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    MFRONE said:
    Wow, that’s pricey for the bottles. The Brew Kettle in Strongsville only charges $0.40 for each 22oz bottle.

    I heard that place has a long waiting list? I expect this place to also once it really catches on. Their furmenting room was almost at full capacity with peoples brews as it is.

    #511412

    MFRONE
    Participant

    vestanpance said:
    I heard that place has a long waiting list? I expect this place to also once it really catches on. Their furmenting room was almost at full capacity with peoples brews as it is.

    There is usually a waiting list of 4 months to brew there, but people are always canceling and they are very good at notifying of them via their FB page.

    #511413

    mrpoppinzs
    Member

    Maybe a dumb question, but how long does sealed bottled beer last? I would probably end up splitting this with a friend and have 6 gallons of the stuff.

    thanks

    #511414
    ntn
    ntn
    Participant

    Depends on what you’re making, if you are not making a hop centric beer like an IPA…they can last years. The aroma hops degrade while the bitterness will remain, leaving a somewhat unbalanced beer.

    I have some homebrews from batches that I was not initially a fan of only to be found years later and considerably more drinkable.

    #511415
    Walker Evans
    Walker Evans
    Keymaster

    Press Release:
    The Daily Growler and North High Brewing Begin Beautiful Friendship

    Let me put it this way. Have you ever heard of Plato, Aristotle, Socrates? Morons! Really…? Well certainly compared to the brain trust at The Daily Growler and North High Brewing Company. I don’t recall Socrates creating a Strawberry Milk Stout, but The Daily Growler and North High Brewing have done just that.

    The Beatles may never have recorded with the Rolling Stones. Google and Apple may never play nice. But two of central Ohio’s burgeoning beer titans have come together to create something bigger than the sum of their parts. This is the first beer that NHB has produced for another business and it was a true collaboration. TDG’s John Blakely served as brewers assistant to NHB’s Brewmaster Charlie Davis throughout the entire process, doing everything from scraping the mash tun out of the tanks to straining the strawberries that will be this beer signature flavor.

    The Strawberry Milk Stout will be available exclusively at The Daily Growler (2812 Fishinger Rd.).

    #511416

    roy
    Participant

    BRU/North High Brewing just posted an unexpected brewing opening today at 6pm, check out their Facebook if interested.

    #511417
    vestanpance
    vestanpance
    Participant

    We bottled our beer yesterday. Came out pretty good, and at 9.1% abv will get the party started in bombers.

    #511418

    groundrules
    Participant

    vestanpance said:
    We bottled our beer yesterday. Came out pretty good, and at 9.1% abv will get the party started in bombers.

    Nice! what’s the deal with the labels?

    #511419
    vestanpance
    vestanpance
    Participant

    Labels are included in the price. You can send them your own design (within their specs like I did) or you can have them print something generic for you.

    #511420

    News
    Participant

    Published on February 24, 2014 9:25 am
    North High Brewing Expanding this Summer
    By: Ayana Wilson

    That’s why this June, North High Brewing will expand their operation from a 2-BBL system to a 20-barrel one at a new 10,000 square foot location. The new brew site will be located at the corner of East Fifth and Cleveland Avenues, where Cleveland Avenue Body Shop used to sit.

    READ MORE: https://www.columbusunderground.com/north-high-brewing-expanding-this-summer-aw1

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