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Brewing is the process of making beer — a fermented, alcoholic beverage made from grains. The most commonly used grain for brewing is barley, but there are others (including wheat, rye, oats and sorghum). . .
A few months ago, I decided to open a bottle from my collection of homemade wines. I selected an Austrian red from 1993 and pulled the cork. . .
Extract brewing is not just a simplified form of all-grain brewing. It's a process that has its own set of challenges. . .
Hops add a lot of good stuff to your beer. But they can also skunk your beer if it is handled improperly. Learn the science behind skunking and how to prevent it. . .
When cold crashing, how do you prevent the airlock/blow off liquid from going into your beer?
The Celtic tradition has always embraced mead in both ceremonial and festival use.
There is a vast amount of information in the homebrew literature about all-grain brewing, and you could try to read most of it first and then proceed. Or, you could jump right in.
If you want your beer to be bright, you have to focus on clarity during every step of the brewing process. This article will show you how.
If you want to fine tune your carbonation levels, you need to go beyond simply adding three-quarters of a cup of sugar to your bottling bucket.
A great wine makes the palate dance; it makes you close your eyes as you inhale the multitudes of subtle and harmonious aromas. It creates a lasting memory. It’s the type of wine that you will still talk about years from now.
In this article, I’ll discuss what is known about beer foam and offer suggestions to homebrewers who wish to improve their foam.
What to do when you want oak, but barrel aging is out of the question.
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