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Beer and chocolate gifts, tours, and pairings, perfect for the craft beer and chocolate aficionado in your life.
Metheglins are meads with added spices, herbs, or flowers. Learn all about making them here.
The next evolution in your mead making will be adding fruit to make melomels. Melomels generally ferment faster and require less aging.
Humorous Beer Quotes and "Normisms" (qoutes from Norm on Cheers) From Around the World
Here is a good list of beer flavor descriptors and descriptions to use when evaluating beer during competitions of just for fun.
Download your beer style chart in .pdf format for free.
Hops profiles, substitutions, typical beer styles, and origin of the hops used by most homebrewers.
The starch conversion test is important in determining the endpoint of your mash. Everyone should be doing this test.
Most phenolic flavors and aromas in beer are produced by yeast. Other sources of phenolic flavors in beer include bacterial spoilage, chlorine, and tannin extraction from grains.
Making mead is just like wine making, but not. Follow along and I'll show you how to make award winning mead.
Brewing Malts available to homebrewers, with tips and characteristics.
RIMS-HERMS, learn the differences and similarities so you can decide which is right for your upgrade.
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