Thursday, April 14, 2011

Ten Dudes Gets Some E-Ink

Check out this article about our humble bi-coastal homebrewing operation, courtesy of CulturePOP:

You can also now follow our homebrewings on twitter via @tendudes.

Monday, April 11, 2011

Meet the Ten Dudes Brew Team

(L to R)

Ian Sheppard (CA)
John Kleinchester (NJ)
Josh Shaffer (CA)
Jeff Quinn (NYC)
Tim Bullock (TX)

The Ten Dudes have known eachother since roughly 1986 or so, all having grown up in Parsippany, NJ. The homebrewing bug bit them around September of 2007 and since then, they've been churning out homebrews nonstop. The brew team is split up between John and Jeff in NJ/NYC, Tim in Austin and Ian and Josh in LA. A few of their brews have even won some prestigious awards:

3rd Place Best of Show, Smoke Ale - 2010 NYC Homebrewer's Guild Competition (out of 370 Entries)
2nd Place Strong Ale Category, English Barlewine - 2010 NYC Homebrewer's Guild Competition
1st Place Other Smoke Ale Category, Smoke Ale - 2010 NYC Homebrewer's Guild Competition
2nd Place Other Smoke Ale Category, Smoke Ale - 2010 NJ State Fair Homebrew Competition
2nd Place Sour Ale Category, Fruit Lambic Peach - 2012 NJ State Fair Homebrew Competition
3rd Place Scottish and Irish Ale Category, Strong Scotch Ale - 2012 NYC Homebrewer's Guild Competition
3rd Place Spice/Herb/Vegetable Beer Category, Garden (Herb) Saison - 2012 NYC Homebrewer's Guild Competition

Sunday, March 20, 2011

Currently Brewing

Greenpoint Brewing Facility - Old Lidblower Barrel-Aged Imperial Stout
Prospect Heights Brewing Facility - Coopers Clone
Jersey City Brewing Facility - Old Lidblower Imperial Stout II, Brigantine American Pale Ale, Willamette Single Hop NYCHG Experiment, Summer Heat Wheat
Los Angeles Brewing Facility - Black IPA

Friday, January 28, 2011

Ten Dudes Beer Labels

A few examples of TD beer labels, designed by Jeff Quinn and Josh Shaffer.

Wednesday, January 26, 2011

Ten Dudes New Barrel-Aging Program

A few weeks ago, Ten Dudes took a trip to Tuthilltown Spirits to obtain one of their used barrels for the purpose of storing and aging homebrew. We ended up purchasing a Rye Whiskey barrel and brought it home and immediately transferred some Amber Ale to it. We're very curious as to how it'll turn out.

Wednesday, November 17, 2010

We Brew For YOU!

Have an event coming up that you'd like some beer for? Just let us know! We'll brew any style you want in just about any quantity, bottles or kegged. Shoot us an email.