In this episode, we had David Clark from New Main Brewing in studio with us to discuss the benefits and methods of record keeping to become a better brewer, along with the possibilities you can discover when you use flavor flights to see where you can take your beers. New Main is a recent addition to the DFW brew scene in the Pantego area that is currently serving a full tap list of craft favorites as well as their own lineup of beers. David has been blogging about beer for a long time and is also a member of the Casually Lit podcast.

When you're in the area, be sure to stop in and check out New Main's lineup of a Hefeweizen, Witbier, Saison, Pale Ale, IPA, and Porter.  Plus, as stated in the episode, there'll be the chance to try a flight for flavor varieties of the base styles. We really do think that nailing a good base style and branching out with flavors is one of the best ways to learn. But sometimes, when you can't brew often enough, it's great to be able to go to a brewery that can offer you the opportunity to sample and learn!

Remember to take those notes on brewday! Especially the starting gravity!

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