The Brew Bloods return to tackle the famous craft beer Founders KBS, appropriately so since it's the end of April. Founders is a brewery out of Grand Rapids, Michigan serving mostly the eastern half of the United States and their most famous beers are the KBS (Kentucky Breakfast Stout) and the CBS (Canadian Breakfast Stout), both of which are high in the RateBeer charts.
Pictures of the caves where KBS is aged can be found here:
In the educational segment we talk about the purpose of stirring/mash paddles and how they're used in brewing your beer, plus a story of someone being a Beer Bully.
In Brews in the News, we talk about the following stories
- The Beer Wench's article about misogyny and being a Beer Bully. Ironically, actually misandry on her part.
- An Oregon Home Brewers guild wants to make beer out of waste water.
- Japanese brewery Suntory is making a beer with collagen called "Precious" that they claim will make you prettier.
The debut of Brew Bloods is here!
In the first episode Dustin and Marc talk about their history, gateway craft beers and discuss why there are so few breweries in the American South, all why sipping on Lakewood Brewing's casked beer French Quarter Temptress.