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Some “art” work for my homebrew! A bit of a random post, but I’d like to think that I am very thorough with my brews! From the sanitation to the labelling. I am lagging behind the label making, but I will catch up as soon as I have some time.
- Wagerberg Original Lager
Just your ordinary lager, blond and clear! Earlier post!
- WillHoneyWeiss Spiced Honey Weiss Beer
Weissbier seasoned with orange peel and coriander Earlier post!
- Tobias KinderDoppelBock
High gravity bock-style lager.
- StrawberLy GarWeiss Strawberry Banana WeissBier
Wheat beer with fresh strawberries added to secondary fermentation, using yeast which leaves a hint of banana flavour in the beer. That’s technology for ya!
- Wagerberg Backyard Plum Wine
Plum wine made with fresh plums from my own backyard! Probably the cheapest brew yet! Less than 50p per bottle.
- StrawberLy Mead
Simple dry mead, with strawberry added to secondary and tertiary fermentation.
- Feel the Beet Beetroot Mead
Experimental recipe which worked very well! Earlier post!
- Ray Teabaggins Tea Ale
Pale Ale with 24-hour cold brew tea added before bottling.
Wagerberg at full steam! Well, this is the labelled collection, so far! Plus the Beetroot Mead that is not included in the picture! Apart from those, I have brewed a few more products, which will be labelled in time (They take way too much time!)
Wagerberg is a home brewery which I set up and, soon, I will start selling the drinks and all proceeds will go to charity!
Products so far (which I have given away from free to friends at house parties! Want to be my friend?):
- Wagerberg Original Pilsner
- WillHoneyWeiss Spiced Honey Weissbier
- Tobias KinderDoppelBock Bock Lager
- StrawberLy Garweiss Strawberry Weissbier
- Pri’s Coffee Ale
- Ray TeaBaggins Tea Ale
- Wagerberg’s Backyard Plum Wine
- Feel The Beat Beetroot Mead
- Strawberly Mead
- Raspberry Mead
- Very Hoppy India Pale Ale
- Sour as Life Sourdough Pale Ale
Thanks for reading!
Well, I decided to have a crack in homebrew… and since I have the freedom to experiment, why not make a funny label???? With a funny name? My name is Wagner… after many different names, I settled on Wagerberg. Well, maybe it is not the best name… but what can I do? I am not very original! hehehe… I will share the recipe in a couple of weeks, when I finally get to taste the beer!!! I will keep you guys updated! In the meanwhile, I will try to enjoy the weather here in the UK… it is finally good for one and drink readily made, industrialized beer.