Written by Matthew Daneman for the Democrat and Chronicle
The first sip from a fresh pint of Rogers Pale Ale hits the back of the tongue with a strong, hoppy punch.
A beer aficionado working in sales for CAR Engineering and Manufacturing, a Victor tool and die company, Al Rogers went into the beer business with his wife, Lauren, in late 2010. Their pale ale is permanently on tap at Lento Restaurant at Village Gate and has made rotations of taps at a variety of establishments around the Rochester region.
“I wanted my own business, and I love beer,” said Rogers, 31, of Penfield.
And the Rochester region is seemingly learning to love local craft beers.
An interesting, short, homebrewing adventure- The Prof
Written by Tom Becham for professorgoodales.net
My wife and I hosted a brewer’s group meeting at my home last night. Our home brewing group is small, and is a subgroup of the local SCA (Society for Creative Anachronism – a group of historical re-enactors).
My friend Mike was making a batch of Irish Red Ale. However, he was running late and instead of pouring his wort into the fermenting bucket and cooling it via tubes so he could pitch the yeast there, he decided to pour it all into a glass carboy and take it home, let it cool overnight, and add the yeast this morning. Continue reading “A Small Detour from the Beer Highway”