Date: November 1996

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JM’s Peach Ginger Lager

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A basic Lager, with honey, peaches, and fresh ginger.


Witbier

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Beer styles never seem to die out completely, although occasionally they’ve come close. One of the best Lazarus acts yet has been the Belgian witbier (known as Biere Blanche among the French speakers in Belgium). Just as the Bavarian wheat beers (weissbier) almost totally succumbed to the introduction of pale lagers, so too did the


Force Carbonation: Tips from the Pros

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Force carbonation is fast, easy, and exact, and requires minimal equipment.


Cranberry Cream Ale

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For a tart twist on a cream ale, the addition of cranberries will provide an astringency and acidity and can play nicely in this style.


Build an Electric Mash Stirrer

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I have been brewing beer since 1984 and each batch was different in one way or another. The changes were made in an attempt to improve on the last brew. Several years ago I tried a couple of all-grain mashes. The use of rudimentary equipment (a lightweight kettle on an electric range) resulted in long


16th Century Homebrewers

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Brewing takes on an historical flavor for members of the Mag Mor Brewers Guild, a branch of the Society for Creative Anachronism. Members of the SCA adopt personas, or characters, from the 16th century and earlier and re-create many aspects of the Middle Ages. The brewers bring to life medieval methods of brewing beer and


Oysters and Stout

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He was a bold man, who first ate an oyster,” so the quote goes. The words have been attributed to Jonathan Swift, Dean Swift, and King James I. Whoever coined it, said it well. Hunger will possess creatures to eat just about anything. Since that first undocumented experiment, oysters have become the passion of the


Tap into Kegging

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One of the most enjoyable ways to serve beer is with a kegging setup using soda canisters. Besides the advantages of kegging, having real draft on tap is a lot of fun. No more washing, handling, and storing bottles; no more worries about too much or too little carbonation; no more yeast sediment in your


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