We value teaching our children practical lessons. One of these lessons is the art of homebrew. They will learn science, math, and other fun facts through being junior assistants. It is also a treasured time for us to spend together as a family!
Tags: homebrew, kids, photos
Love the pics and the idea behind it. They are both getting so big Amber!
Thank you, my dear! I know, they are getting HUGE. Lotus looks like a girl sitting there, not like a baby. So bittersweet. 🙂
Nice work. That’s my kind of parenting!
Haha … it’s the best kind!
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The Bitter Banshee Irish Red Ale homebrew (on tap)
Hard Cider homebrew (bottled)
Toasty Amber Ale homebrew, not yet named (secondary)
Belgian Dark Strong Ale homebrew, not yet named (secondary)
Duck-Rabbit Porter by Duck-Rabbit Craft Brewery
Various bottles on reserve