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Tuesday, September 23, 2008
Home brewing is a hobby that is still growing in popularity, creating your own wine, beer and other beverages like your own root beer is fulfilling and rewarding to do. It is a hobby where you need little investment and money to start with, you just need some good home brew supplies, some ingredients and your good to go. These home brew suppli...

Tuesday, September 23, 2008
1154 Views :: Gifts, Food
Unlike fruit gift baskets, wine and cheese gift baskets are not the kind of gifts you can give regardless of the occasion. There are specific occasions when they are appropriate to give and when they are not. For example, you would not want to give one of these gift baskets at a kids birthday party or to someone you don't know very well. And ...

Tuesday, September 23, 2008
1012 Views :: Wine Making
For some people, it's always nice to settle in with a bottle of wine - shared with friends, or simply with someone you love, in the comfort of home. When you decide to have a bottle of wine, it is found more fun by people all over if the wine is made by their own hand. Those who do decide to make their own wines may get frustrated with the ide...

Tuesday, September 23, 2008
1342 Views :: Wine Making, Gifts
If you love to pop open a good bottle of wine with a loved one, or to share in the company of good friends, then you may love the idea of being able to impress them by making that wine yourself.  Imagine the pleasant surprise on their faces when they discover that the tremendous wine they just sampled is your own creation.  In order ...

Tuesday, September 23, 2008
There are several different pieces of wine making equipment to be used in order to achieve a great batch of wine. I will name the pieces of equipment and what each item is used for. 1)    You will need a primary fermenter—this item is used to begin your winemaking. It will be your first container used and it should have a solid...

Tuesday, September 23, 2008
This month, my wine column switches gears from wine to beer. With St. Patrick's Day right around the corner, many of us become a wee bit Irish and celebrate the occasion with a pint or two. Beer and wine share many similarities. Both were made and refined by monks. Also, both are influenced by the fermentation process. Wine can be broadly seg...

Tuesday, September 23, 2008
1284 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
1170 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...

Tuesday, September 23, 2008
1167 Views :: Travel, History
Some countries of the world are renowned for their abilities to produce fine wines, while others are better known for their capabilities at brewing beer. Which countries consume the most beer though? Living in the UK, I often feel rather fortunate that we have such a good supply of varied beers available to us. No other country is probably as...

Tuesday, September 23, 2008
1819 Views :: Home Brewing
Have you ever wanted to make your own pale ale but just can't find a good recipe or are kind of unsure of your skills when it comes to homemade beer? This article will walk you though your first pale ale from recipe design all the way to brewing. I am going to assume that you have brewed a batch or two before and are somewhat familiar with the bre...

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