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Experiments with "Indie Hops" hops, and corks!

November 9, 2011 by

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Our Night Shift Brewing test kitchen has seen a number of experimentations happen over the last few weeks. One recent project centered around a box of hops samples that Jim Solberg at Indie Hops recently sent our way. If you haven’t heard of them yet, Inide Hops is a hops supplier, based out of Oregon’s Willamette […]

From Mash Tun…to Jockey Box

October 27, 2011 by

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Not long ago, near the beginning of a test kitchen brew session, our one-year-old, 20-gallon mash tun began leaking water. Not just a few drops, but serious amounts of this-will-flood-our-house water. Upon closer inspection, we discovered that many, many brews had worn the drain opening’s plastic beyond repair. Thus ended the life our blue mash […]

NSB Website Launched, "Fallen Apple Golden Ale" Pics

October 7, 2011 by

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We’d just like to quickly announce the official launch of the Night Shift Brewing website:¬†www.nightshiftbrewing.com. On it, you’ll find plenty of information about our brewery, the founders, and the overall Night Shift Brewing story, along with some seriously tantalizing beer-eye-candy. Over the coming weeks and months, we’ll be adding a lot more content, so check […]

Wet Hop Knowles Farm Ale

September 19, 2011 by

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The harvest is in. “Knowles Farm” Hops Yesterday afternoon, after an epic aged beer sampling with friend and beer expert Bruce Owens on Saturday, team Night Shift (joined by Harpooner Eric Robinson) drove up to Knowles Farm in Tilton, NH and harvested this season’s crop o’ hops. The farm itself is owned by a friend’s […]

100th Test Batch Tonight!

September 7, 2011 by

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Tonight in the Night Shift test kitchen, we’re brewing up our #100th experimental batch. While we’ve nailed down our go-to-market beers, we’re still always looking to discover potential new recipes to shift, perfect and possibly introduce down the line. The recipe of choice tonight is a Belgian Dubbel, shifted with some brown sugar and grape […]

Bee Tee Redux

January 28, 2011 by

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A great thing happened at our recent Weekly Dig tasting – we received some serious feedback from some serious beer drinkers. Of course, we’re always looking for feedback – tasting card suggestions from our various 2010 house tasting parties have been hugely helpful. So, when beer experts tried our brews at Dig, we listened. For […]