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Quincy Sharpe saved to Food and Drinks
It's time to start #Zagging when you walk up to the bar — order with knowledge, enjoy with confidence.
Emily Boliver saved to Alcohol
How much beer is in a pint? In Michigan, the correct answer is so hard to figure out, a state lawmaker has proposed a bill to fix it.
Sela gonzalez saved to Beer
If you ever watch The Food Network, you’ve probably seen MasterChefs in action. They have the ability to make up recipes on the fly based on their ingredient list and flavor profiles. We wouldn’t recommend approaching brewing in the same way. While there may be room for occasional improvisation in your brew, it is always good to have a recipe designed before you start brewing. Good beer is usually the result of control and precision, and while it is fun to experiment, it is also very…
J B saved to Fermentation
View more tutorials or recipes Who doesn't love a nice, cold brew on a hot summer night? (I prefer cider, but that's beside the point...) While a six pack of supermarket Brewski Lite will do the trick, there's something to be
Looking for some inexpensive (but not cheap) homebrewing equipment? Here's a list of 10 items under $20. Treat yourself, or a homebrewer you love. Or like. Or tolerate. #homebrewing | #homebrewing setup | #beer | #brucrafter
To home brew a great beer requires the right ingredients. Here are our top 10 recipes from some of the best professional brewers in the country as well as absurdly dedicated homebrewers.
Mike Purcell saved to Homebrew
Style Guide: How to Brew an American Amber Ale - Wine Making and Beer Brewing Blog - Adventures in Homebrewing
Here's some information on the American Amber Ale profile that will help you brew the perfect American ale. Check out what makes it so rich and caramel-like.
Corne Myburgh saved to beer photography
• TL;DR: Water and barley are mixed, heated, cooled; yeast is added, it ferments for awhile; it's filtered; you drink it.• During fermentation, yeast eats the brewed beer mixture and releases alcohol and CO2 — aka the good stuff.• Beer = It's a science.
Clay Cowley saved to Craft Beer
Here is everything you need to know about how to brew beer at home without a kit. The supplies, basic process, and recipes.
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