We recently finished off Batch 21. An Oak Aged English-Style IPA.
We have slowly been building up our beer cellar over the past few weeks. The goal is to add 1-2 brews per month until we have a healthy collection. We would like to be able to pull from the stockpile at will for special occasions, holidays, events or just when the mood hits us.
My wife and I welcomed our first child to the world last Saturday the 16th. Milo, our little guy, has been awesome. Being a dad is an absolute joy that I could not possibly put inot words. It is also hard work. Today, we decided it was high time to take him out into the world. We had actually been discussing what our first trip out after birth would be for months. When it came right down to it, however, there was not question. We were going to the Cascade Brewing Barrel House. We had briefly considered going to Hopworks or the D-Street Noshery. Both also super kid friendly with good and beer. But when you have not had a full beer in 9 months you demand the best. And for my wife, that means the sour brews at Cascade.
Logsdon is doing some pretty exciting things in the Oregon craft beer scene. It isn’t often that a small brewery in a small town that produces only two farmhouse ales can cause such a stir. But when you have the pedigree of Logsdon people tend to notice.