It’s full steam ahead at Turning Point. Between the two of us we’re keeping very busy indeed. As much beer as we can manage to make, whilst taking the care to make it as well as possible. As much beer as we can fit into Kowalski (our van, named after the Primal Scream song of the same name… “to him, speed means freedom of the soul”) without doing it a mischief. A little bit of an improvement in the weather has boosted productivity significantly. The first time anyone here bee
We had a conversation in the brewery about when our “birthday” should be… The day we named the brewery. First got the keys to HQ. First brewday. First pour of actual beer. We couldn’t decide. Best not to overthink it. Instead we’ve decided to have a whole “birthday month”. Seems reasonable right? What better reason to celebrate than the coming of age of our brewery to the tune of one whole year. We’re not sure where the time has gone, but we’re absolutely loving what we do. M
We’re a little late getting our weekly blog penned this time around. For good reason! I normally wrap up the week on a Friday with the blog, but this last week didn’t really end. After another busy week at HQ we headed over to our first festival of the year. More on that later.
During the week, we were most excited to brew a full batch of Chaos Theory. The first time we brewed this was as a one off special for the York beer and cider festival last year, with our friends (an
As has been the case for pretty much everyone and anyone, this week has been made quite difficult (and cold) by that pesky little beast from the East. Both Aron and myself live a fair old drive away from Kirkbymoorside so the journey in each day has been a heck of a ride! The snow meant we couldn’t get much done in the way of delivering beer. Though we did see the storm coming, (thanks to the news, not some mystical foresight power we have, unfortunately) so we were able to c