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Tuesday, September 8, 2009
“I fwy to thew id foroughly to make thaw I haf enuff to weth it aw thwoo.” Sam Calagione is quoted as saying while he had a mouthful of the milled purple corn used to make Chicha. One of the ingredients of Chicha is corn. And to convert the starches of corn into fermentable sugars - the ancient tribes figured out to mix the corn with saliva. That's right... human spit in beer!

Friday, May 15, 2009
In Utah, even though the sale of all homebrewing ingredients was legal - there was still loophole requiring homebrewers to purchase a $10,000 manufacturer's license. That all ended on March 25, 2009.

Wednesday, May 6, 2009
1716 Views :: Breweries, History
You've drank their beer for years. In fact, the first beer you ever drank could have been theirs, but do you know the men? Author Ethan Trex wrote about the "Seven Barons Behind Popular Beer" - and it's definitely a quick and interesting read. See what you might not know about:
1. Eberhard Anheuser
2. Adolphus Busch
3. Adolph Coors
4. Fredrick Pabst
5. Joseph Schlitz
6. Valentin Blatz
7. Frederick Miller


Thursday, November 13, 2008
If you want to know about home brewing and home brewing history, the best place is probably not in a museum or library. The best place to go for information and to get a feel of home brewing in the old days is to go to one of your local home brew shops. If you have never been in one of these stores you will be surprised because the moment you step ...

Thursday, October 16, 2008
Aug 10, 2007 – Billy Quinn and Declan Moore, two archaeologists with Moore Archaeological & Environmental Services (Moore Group) in Galway, believe that an extensive brewing tradition existed in Ireland as far back as 2500 BC. In an article to be published in Archaeology Ireland next month, they detail their experiments and research into the en...

Tuesday, September 23, 2008
Alcohol, for years, has gotten a bad reputation for having zero health benefits and numerous social implications. While this has painted it in a bad light which has, to some degree, influence 35% of adult Americans not to drink at all, it has also led to research to confirm the negative stigma associated with alcohol. The research that result...

Tuesday, September 23, 2008
Drinking wine has often been said to be an acquired taste. I agree one hundred percent! When I first started drinking wine, my exploits were limited to fruity wines that are normally associated with the younger drinkers. I am speaking of the easily pallatible white zinfadel. One cannot dwell on the past, but we can revel in the present and eag...

Tuesday, September 23, 2008
Beer Home Brewing Is For You If You Love REALLY GOOD Beer Almost everybody loves a nice cold one on a hot day, and most people the world over, love beer. Home brewing is not only the best way to enjoy beer, but it's also the most intelligent way, too. Why, you ask? For two really good reasons, especially for those who love beer. Home brewin...

Tuesday, September 23, 2008
1238 Views :: Home Brewing, History
Hey, I have no problem admitting that I'm a Chef that doesn't enjoy wine. I do however, love beer. German beer, American Beer, Irish beer, it's all good! One of the coolest things I have always wondered about though is how can you make your own beer at home? Is it easy or hard? What do you need to get started? Is it expensive? Well recently I ...

Tuesday, September 23, 2008
1128 Views :: Gifts, History
I have been tracking the beer industry for a while and am wondering why they just don't "get it" in their marketing efforts. They continue to fail to package products that are appealing to seniors and women. It’s not just the calories that make this product less appealing to women and seniors (even with an overflow of tasteless low carb, low c...

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