Date: March 2000

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Grapes or Not – It’s Still Good Wine

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Made from grapes or grass clippings, it’s still good wine.

Smoked Maple Brown Ale

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“Kick Save, and a Beauty…” by Scott R. Russell  I had a fairly athletic upbringing. All of my male relatives were sports fans, and I can’t remember ever not being one myself. My great-grandmother would read me the sports pages when I was very young, and my grandmother was a huge hockey fan. I went

Asking the Age-Old Question

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Is your brew too young? Too old? Or just right?

Practice with Your Palate

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If you want to brew better beer, you should learn to identify its myriad flavors, aromas, and sensations. So crack open a bottle, take a sip, and let the tasting lesson begin.

Eight Tips to Advance Your Brewing Skills

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Chuck the recipes. Crunch the numbers. Question style. And five other steps to help you join the ranks of advanced homebrewers.

Great Grain: Crack the Mystery of the Crush

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Malted barley is the heart of all beer. Whether you’re a seasoned all-grainer, a partial masher, or an extract brewery, the condition of your grains need to be just right. Here’s the scoop on milling at home.

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