Wooden Bridge Brewery

April 20, 2012  •  Leave a Comment

Pouring honey into the wortAddition Of Malt Extract

I am finally hopping onto the blogging bandwagon just like many other photographers. I figure what better way than to start off by sharing a fun shoot with one of my buddy's home-made craft brewing process. Chris Fillmore is a Northern Virginian who is a lover of beer, so what better way to love beer than to craft it himself? He doesn't just copy and repeat the basic standard ale recipes, he goes out on a limb and adds ingredients such as herbs, honey, sangria, cocoa, and other fun ingredients. It's all a trial and error as any creative would agree, but the real fun is in analyzing the fruits of his labor. From Scottish Ale to a Sangria Ale, very hoppy to interestingly sweet, Chris keeps an open mind when thinking of new concoctions for his garage-made ales.

We are waiting for the bottling process, wih more photos to come. Expect more shots of the process with possibly words from the man himself about his love of craft beer and the process of making it.

Removing the barely from the wortMalt Being Pulled From The Wort


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