Date: March-April 2002

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Pyment

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Pyment is a product fermented with grapes and honey.

Basic Sweet Mead

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Basic Sweet Mead 1 gallon Ingredients: 3.5 lbs. honey (any kind) 5 tsp of acid blend 0.25 tbsp gypsum 0.15 tsp Irish moss powder 1 Campden tablet or 0.15 tsp sulfite powder

Basic Dry Mead

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Basic Dry Mead 1 gallon Ingredients: 2.5 lbs. honey (any kind) 2 tsp acid blend 0.25 tbsp gypsum 0.15 tsp Irish moss powder 1 Campden tablet or 0.15 tsp sulfite powder 1-2

Brewing with softened water?

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Water is said to possess “hardness” when it contains ions of calcium and/or magnesium. I have never really understood the origins of this term, since hard water feels as soft as, well,

Bottling nitrogen-charged beer

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Anything is possible, Karl, and yes, you can bottle beer that has been “gassed” with a blend of carbon dioxide and nitrogen. Just use your counter-pressure bottle filler as you normally would.

Build the Ultimate Equipment Rack: Projects

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Hang your hoses and stuff your brewing stuff in style with this homemade rack.

Hop Chemistry Science

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Understanding alpha acids, beta acids and beyond.

Making a Yeast Starter

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How to pitch the right amount of yeast and make a starter.

Mac & Jack’s African Amber clone

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A clone recipe for a hoppy, big amber beer from Washington state.
American Amber Ale
All Grain, Extract with Grains

North Coast’s Old Rasputin clone

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A clone recipe for this award-winning Russian Imperial Stout.
Barleywine and Imperial Stout, Stout
All Grain, Extract with Grains

Honey in a Glass

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How to make a batch of mead, a classic fermented beverage that's been around - and been enjoyed - for at least six thousand years. With simple recipes, step-by-step instructions and a guide to different kinds of honey, from clover to orange blossom and tupelo.

13 result(s) found.