Quick & Easy Plum Wine - And Here We Are
This plum wine is quick and easy to make, not requiring the months of aging that other country wines need. Most importantly, it is very, very delicious.
13 Homebrew Recipes To Make Beer At Home | Homesteading
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How to Prepare and Add Grapefruit to an IPA
A couple months back, we brewed an experimental beer – a white stout. After we finished and got that beer into the fermenter, we decided to buckle down and brew an IPA. So on the fly, we came…
Top 10 Beer Recipes
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.
Cherry Wine - The Making Of ...
Cherry Wine was never on my list of 'To Dos'. I could not imagine getting enough cherries. Anyone I know with a cherry tree complains that when the fruit is ripe a whirlwind of feathers descend and the birds steal every cherry. However, the summer of 2013 will be spoken of with reverence for years to come as the period of bountiful soft fruit. Mom rang on Saturday to say that Susan Craig had picked twenty pounds of cherries from her tree and did not want to see them go to waste. I checked my…
Chocolate Oak Aged Yeti Imperial Stout – GREAT DIVIDE BREWING COMPANY
In CHOCOLATE OAK AGED YETI IMPERIAL STOUT, we toned down the hops a bit to allow cocoa nibs to contribute some pleasing bitterness, while vanilla notes from the oak combine with the cocoa to create an aroma and flavor akin to a gourmet chocolate bar.
Citra Pale Ale | Homebrew Academy
The perfect pale ale recipe is elusive. Most homebrewers brew this style early on in their careers, but spend years trying to master it. A great pale ale satisfies the hop heads but is balanced enough for the casual drinker. It's one of my favorite beers, and one of those beers I always want to have on tap. Like many
5000-Year-Old Beer Recipe
We know beer is one of the oldest concoctions man has ever made, but it has been improved a lot over those thousands of years. Have you ever wondered what ancient beer tasted like? A collaboration between the University of Chicago and the Great Lakes Brewing Company aimed to find out. They used a 5,000-year-old recipe from a Sumerian poem to make a batch of ancient brew. To help ensure authenticity, they even used recreations of ancient wooden tools and ceramic fermentation pots based on…