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Homebrewing

So You Want to Brew Some Mead…

2017-11-18T18:59:47+00:00 November 18th, 2017|Categories: Homebrewing, Mead|

There's no better time than now to learn how to brew mead. It's cheap, it's easy, and in just a couple months, you will have a crap ton of alcohol that you, yourself made. My partner and I have been brewing for the past three years and it's a hobby that's brought us together and

Three Ways to Malomel

2017-07-18T12:48:52+00:00 June 15th, 2017|Categories: DiY, Food, Homebrewing, Mead, Uncategorized|

I have made a number of malomels in my day. In fact, they are possibly my number one favorite way to spice up any old mead recipe. Malomel Raspberry Mead via Robin Hill Gardens blog. If you are unfamiliar with the term malomel, it's simply a mead made like any other mead, but

How to Brew Your Own Beer

2016-10-18T13:51:27+00:00 May 10th, 2016|Categories: Beer and Wine, Homebrewing|

by Holly Whitman of Only Slightly Biased At long last, the time has come to forge the next link in your beer-maester’s chain. You’ve graduated from your first timid sip of watery-lager to heartily guzzling your favorite lagers, ales, wheats, pilsners, bocks, porters and stouts. You’ve explored the gamut of beer offerings from Clydesdale-towing Budweisers

Mazer Cup International: The Best Mead of 2016

2016-10-18T13:51:28+00:00 April 10th, 2016|Categories: Homebrewing, Mead|

On March 19th, a massive swarm of professional and novice mead aficionados descended upon Broomfield Colorado for the country's largest annual mead competition, the Mazer Cup. In the mead making world, there isn't any honor higher than winning this blind-judged mead competition. Ryan Thomas, director of the homebrew competition, judging at the 2015 Mazer Cup

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Homemade Hard Lemonade

2016-03-31T21:03:14+00:00 March 31st, 2016|Categories: Homebrewing, Uncategorized|

I've been in full mead mode lately, but I'm fully prepared to deviate for a little (ok, a lot of) hard lemonade. It might actually snow here next week, even though it's April, but whatever, summer will be here eventually and I'll be ready. With hard lemonade. And a really big straw. This recipe was

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The Skills You’ll Need to Make Killer Homebrew

2016-02-24T22:51:37+00:00 February 24th, 2016|Categories: Homebrewing, Mead|

I've recently found myself totally addicted to homebrewing. I confess - I can't bake to save my life (why do baking soda and baking powder sound so similar? Ugh!) but making mead is more like cooking on the stove - just throw some stuff in and see what happens. Of course guidelines are important, but

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