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Big Brew-400 Bottles of BarleyWine Ready in 1 year

Hello All, I’m about to embark on a very ambitious project. One of my friends has requested that I make the party favours for his wedding. Up Here in Alberta we’re not allowed to serve homebrewed beer or wine for weddings so we settled on a bottle of homebrew for each guest to take home […]

How To Make Beer: About Primary Fermentation

Article by Jeff When you are first learning how to make beer, you will see information about primary fermentation and secondary fermentation. It is common for new brewers to wonder just how long it takes to ferment beer. The answer can vary, and there really isn’t one right answer. Many factors influence this, and it […]

Crescent City Bistro & Rum Bar Pulling Pints the Traditional English Way

DOVER, NH (PRWEB) January 5, 2005 In a continuing commitment to bring its guests a truly one-of-a-kind complete dining experience, Crescent City Bistro & Rum Bar will showcase its new cask conditioned beer engine at a special installation celebration on January 11th from 5pm-8pm at the award-winning restaurant at 83 Washington Street in Dover. […]

Crescent City Bistro & Rum Bar Pulling Pints the Traditional English Way

DOVER, NH (PRWEB) January 5, 2005 In a continuing commitment to bring its guests a truly one-of-a-kind complete dining experience, Crescent City Bistro & Rum Bar will showcase its new cask conditioned beer engine at a special installation celebration on January 11th from 5pm-8pm at the award-winning restaurant at 83 Washington Street in Dover. […]

The Brewing Of Beer

This wonderful libation has been quenching the masses for centuries and yet most of us admit to knowing very little about the brewing process. Well if a visit to a brewery is not in your near future this article will at least get your on your way to knowing more about one of North America’s […]

Question about primary and secondary fermentation

Originally Posted by 1080ski Actually, if this is your goal, then Leave you beer a month in primary instead. You’ll find that more and more recipes these days do not advocate moving to a secondary at all, but mention primary for a month, which is starting to reflect the shift in brewing culture that has […]