Welcome to the August newsletter. This month we have information about our new store hours that will be starting up August 13th as well as different kits on our website.
We have some great information on brewing beer and making your own wine as well. Hope you enjoy!
At Jay's Brewing we have had several request to change up our hours, so we will be doing exactly that. To better accomidate your needs we are changing our hours of operation at our store at 9790 Center Street, Manassas VA 20110 starting Monday August 13th
Hour new hours of operation are:
Monday: 12pm - 6pm
Tuesday: 10:30am - 6pm
Wednesday: 10:30am - 6pm
Thursday: 10:30am - 6pm
Friday: 10am - 7pm
Saturday: 10 am - 7pm
We hope this helps ya.
We have updated our website to start carrying kits. Updates will still be occurring but we wanted to make sure to start carrying kits.
All of our kits are made in house. At Jay's Brewing wef wanted to do this because we wanted to give you a wide variety. We actually have more then 350 different kits, and like previously stated - more are to come.
Another reason why we wanted to make our own kits in house was because we wanted to insure that you got the freshest of ingredients and that kits weren't lying around.
So online you can order any kit that you would like and it will be sent out to. If you come by our shop we can make any of our kits for you on the spot. But we know that some are in a rush and just want to pick up an go, that's why we have thought about you as well.
Each week we will have a few different kits that are will be premade in the week and we will be having a sale on those kits. The way to check to see which k More kits are to come as well as to pictures for them. To start off we kits on sale is to check out our facebook page! The sale will naturally occur on our webpage as well, So make sure to check our facebook page if you are thinking about getting a kit that week to see what we have on sale!
|21 Ways To Keep Passion In The Hobby Of Homebrewing|
Homebrewing is an amazing hobby, but just like most things in life, people end up getting into something that they really enjoy and the joy can diminish over time. With homebrewing I've found it happens kinda like writers block but, "brewing block". It happens to the best of us in the hobby and you go into this, hiatus of brewing. When you do come out of it, and homebrewers always do, you look around and you have no beer. In that moment you say one thing to yourself, "wow, this sucks."
I wanted to break down 21 ways to help keep your passion for homebrewing alive so you will avoid this whole fiasco all together or jump out of it real quick. So enjoy the 21 ways to keep the passion of home brewing alive.
| ||8 Reasons Why Homebrewing Is Amazing|
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| ||11 Points To Consider For Beer Logs|
I'm always a bit surprised when homebrewers don't keep records of what they brewed. To me it vital part to the hobby. Now to the extent of it, that's always up for debate but there are a few things that I would try to write down when ever I make a beer.
| ||3 Ways To Improve Your Efficiency For All-Grain|
I sometimes hear when people get into all-grain brewing that they are not getting close to their expected original gravity. You know that you are doing the all-grain process correctly, you are hitting your temperature as well as going by the books, yet you still are coming up with a lower gravity. I know it can get frustrating - but if you fall into this category, don't get frustrated and in the words of Charlie Papazian, "Have a homebrew.".
| The Ultimate Fruit Additions Guide For Mead|
It is helpful to have some sort of guide when making any type of beer or wine. When it comes to mead though, it is style that can be so abstract, and you have so much freedom, it's nice to have some sort of guidelines to give a helping hand.
| ||The Best Summer Blonde Ale Recipe|
This recipe is perfect for those that do not want a beer that is too hoppy, quick to make, easy to drink, and a general crowd-pleaser . I've personally been handing this recipe out to some customers this summer, and only have received positive feed back. You know you have a good beer when people are telling you, "Ya and my wife even told me to make this one again!". It's a good beer.
This is a dense, and dark mead. Since it is a bit complex, it will be one of those that is better with a bit of age. It's a really good mead to make when you have plenty of blackberries and are trying to figure out creative ways to use them.
|We would not be where we are without you. Thank you so much for shopping at Jay's Brewing. |
So much of our business is because of word of mouth, thanks for telling your friends about us and please continue to spread the word about Jay's Brewing. Again thank you for your business.