Brewery Build Update Mid March 18

So I was thinking I would have plenty of time to write a short update here and there over the last 6 weeks....  Well this is the second instalment.  Big stuff we have done since the first post. Added new drainage and filtration, and water feed pipe in,  doors, heating, insulation, electrical cabling, and now to look after the beer in the best possible way after bottling a cold room.  Now I am not standing in muddy trenches or crawling through roof spaces I can soon concentrate on brewing beer again.  All this as been done with snow, some days at -9, really great job from our local contractors.  A few details remain and a good clean up and we are ready to go ! 

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Brewery out of the Basement into the future !

During 2017 and even before it was clear that if we wanted to develop the brewery properly and give it and ourselves a good chance of success we would have to move out from our basement, which is where we have done all our brewing until now. We are only moving as far as the tractor garage. But it will provide a much better and bigger space for everything.  This week among a lot of other things we poured a new concrete floor, the written plan of which started about 6 months ago. So its exciting times, so far all is going well, but there is a lot to do before we have the new brewery rolling.  This is the bricks and building part, we are also working away at the our beers and ideas to make the most of this investment of time and money into something that we can be really happy with in the future. Here are some photos of works in progress. I will post some more updates as things progress ! 

Good Bye 2016, welcome 2017, thanks for the support all the best for 2017

Good Bye 2016, welcome 2017. A busy year for us, thanks for all the support. We have been quietly working away this Autumn but see an interesting and full 2017 ahead at Alskute Farm & Brewery.  Below captures a few highlights, events, great collaboration, new lovely labels, private import, technology, hop harvest and gotland grown hop series beers all of which we aim to build on starting with the beer   Cheers Bruce