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  • Easy American Wheat Beer Homebrew Recipe (Extract w/ Grains)

    Posted on May 22, 2015 by David Ackley

    Man Holding Wheat BeerWith summer now officially here, an American wheat beer is something you want to consider brewing. It’s a pale, refreshing beer exhibiting the soft, somewhat sweet, grainy flavor of wheat. A typical American wheat beer recipe will produce a beer with low to moderate alcohol content and a low to moderate hop character. It’s ...

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  • Leigh Erwin: What To Make Next...

    Posted on May 21, 2015 by Leigh Erwin

    Bottled Vineco WinesHi everyone! Well, after the whole filtering debacle from last time (with my Rosso Fortissimo), I am more than ready to move on. I’m sure it’s just something I did—I probably just pushed on the pump on the wine filter too hard or tried to send the wine through when it wasn’t clear enough, but I’ve made my peace with it. After r...

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  • 5 Tips For Getting More Beer from Every Batch

    Posted on May 20, 2015 by David Ackley

    Pellet Hops In Muslin BagWhen homebrewers make a five-gallon beer recipe, they expect to end up with a full five gallons of beer. To avoid the frustration of ending up with less beer than you bargained for, check out these five ways you can be sure to end up with your proper allotment of homebrew — to minimize the loss and maximize the beer: ...

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  • Using A Hydrometer To Adjust A Wine's Sweetness

    Posted on May 19, 2015 by Ed Kraus

    Wine Hydrometer In Jar, Top ViewMost wine recipes give a SG [specific gravity] for starting fermentation and at the completion of fermentation. My wine usually ends up dry, so when I bottle it I usually stabilize it and back-sweeten most of it. I've been just adding sweetener a little at a time and tasting until I think it is about right, bu...

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  • Start Brewing Your Summer Beers Now!

    Posted on May 18, 2015 by David Ackley

    Summer Homebrew By The PoolHomebrewers always need to be thinking ahead. Though it’s still spring, the heat of the summer will be upon us before we know it. Do you know what you’d like to be drinking this summer? Here are twelve summer beer recipe kit to quench your thirst in the heat!   Best Beer Recipe Kits for Summer Blonde Ale – In the sa...

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  • Wine Ideas: Strawberry-Rhubarb Wine Recipe

    Posted on May 16, 2015 by Ed Kraus

    Strawberries And Rhubarb ChoppedStrawberry and rhubarb is a traditional, country combination that has worked deliciously for pies for who knows how long. With that country combo in mind, here's a wine recipe that takes both great flavors from the pie pan to the wine bottle. This is a strawberry-rhubarb wine recipe that has been made by...

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    This post was posted in Home Wine Making, Wine Making Recipes

  • Introducing: Steam Freak Blue Noon (A Blue Moon Clone Recipe)

    Posted on May 15, 2015 by David Ackley

    Steam Freak Beer Recipe KitsBlue Moon is a very popular beer in the United States. Many consider it a “gateway beer” to other beer styles from around the world. Based on the Belgian witbier style, Blue Moon is a hazy, golden orange brew with pronounced orange flavors. As with traditional witbier, Blue Moon is brewed with orange and coriander and...

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  • How Much Wine Yeast To Use?

    Posted on May 14, 2015 by Ed Kraus

    Packet Of Wine YeastI completed a recipe for 1 gal of Dandelion Wine. My Question is: The packet of wine yeast I received was enough for 5 gals of wine. In my logic I decided to just use on 1/5 of the yeast. I poured all the yeast out on a dish and divided it into 5 equal portions. Then I used just 1/5 of the yeast for my 1 gal of wine. Was ...

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  • (Nearly) Everything You Need to Know About Hops

    Posted on May 13, 2015 by David Ackley

    Beer Wort Boiling HopsWithout hops, most beers would be unrecognizable. Hops are both a preservative and a bittering agent, and their oils are responsible for much of the flavor and aroma found in beer. Whether you prefer a malty beer or you’re a full-blown hop-head, hops are a critical part of making beer at home. Here are a number of resources...

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  • Leigh Erwin: Problems Filtering My Wine

    Posted on May 12, 2015 by Leigh Erwin

    Woman Typing On ComputerIn my last post I promised you all a more detailed explanation of what went wrong when filtering my Rosso Fortissimo wine kit. There were definitely problems filtering this wine, so here it goes... So far, I’m basically 0 for 2 when it comes to successfully filtering my wine using the wine filter system. I’m not happy w...

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