So where does “Homebrew” come from? We have a profound appreciation for the people and innovation that have come before us. We recognize everyday that we’re standing on the shoulders of giants. Our name is a nod of respect to the Homebrew Computer Club of the 1970s that helped spawn Apple, Computer Associates and many other companies. We also wanted a name that brings to mind handcrafted, artisan, small batch and community-made and enjoyed, because that’s the approach we’re taking to investing and working with our partner companies. It’s coincidence (but appropriate since we’re nerds) that Homebrew is the name of a Mac OS X package installer that many of our friends love. And we definitely appreciate a good homebrew on tap.
Pour your beer
carefully to avoid disturbing the sediment. Re-capped partially full bottles
will retain their "fizz" for up to two weeks, so don't feel you
have to empty the bottle (unless you're looking for an excuse!). After two
weeks, unfinished bottles should be emptied.
You may find that batches of homemade beer can vary in quality. Darker beers will work best with this recipe for the most consistent results. If your beer is a little short on "fizz" or falls a little short of your expectations, try mixing it 50/50 with commercial beer.