Hop Harvest

Autumn is traditionally a time of hard work, and that is especially true here at FISHBIO. With both fish spawning season and harvest time upon us, we Read More…

The Barrel Bar

Here at FISHBIO, we like to take recycling in a creative direction. This might mean using reclaimed materials or taking things that are done serving their original Read More…

A Hoppy Update

FISHBIO Farms has witnessed an evolution in hops. Last year we described the addition of hop planting beds to the garden at our Oakdale office. We built Read More…

Film Friday: FISHBIO Brewing

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9OM5dFSXz8E&t With summer upon us, we have beer brewing on the brain, which is the subject of today's Film Friday. This timelapse video shows the evolution of Read More…

Easier washing = more brewing

For homebrewers, the art of mixing grains and hops to craft a beer that everyone can appreciate is what makes brewing beer so enjoyable. Cracking open a Read More…

The FISHBIO Countdown of 2016

With 2016 winding down, here is FISHBIO's annual countdown: a year in accomplishments by the numbers: 63,778 fish counted at three rotary screw traps 26,257 YouTube views Read More…

Holiday Beer

For the past couple of years we have been sharing homemade goods from the garden with our staff and friends during the holidays. This year, we added Read More…

Getting Crafty: Brews by FISHBIO

There is just something about biologists and beer; where one goes the other can typically be found nearby. We find this to be true based on the Read More…

“Yeast Makes Beer”

There are four basic ingredients required to make beer: water, malted grain, hops and yeast. Arguably, the most important ingredient is yeast, because it performs the function Read More…

Barrel-aged

Hundreds of craft breweries feature barrel-aged beers, and for good reason: they taste fantastic. Historically, wooden barrels were used as a durable vessel for transporting beer, but Read More…