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Home Brewing : A Recipe For Success

Home brewing is something which has been popular for many years. Still, those of us for whom convenience is the issue may find that we would much rather go to the liquor store and pay to enjoy beer brewed by companies who have done it for years, with equipment suitable for mass production. However, as with everything else in life, convenience costs. As insignificant as the additional cost can seem at the time, it certainly becomes significant over the course of a years worth of sports games, parties and nights out.Paying for your own beer brewing supplies may not seem to make sense at first, as you will think to yourself that you could have a few nights worth of drinking for the same price and not have to go to the effort of ensuring that your brew tastes like it is supposed to. However, the more you think about it, the better an idea it becomes. OK, so the cost is a little bit more than a few crates, but once you've got the kit you can keep using it, and when you find your supplier, beer brewing supplies can...

 


Do You Need a Full Size Kegerator? Consider the Benefits

A full size kegerator is a small refrigerator designed to hold a keg of beer. The design is incredibly convenient, because it puts perfectly chilled beer on tap whenever you want it. Before you decide whether you need beer kegerators in your home or not, ask yourself a few questions:1. How often do you drink beer at home?2. Do you sometimes throw big parties with lots of beer needed?3. How frustrated do you get when you run out of beer at an inopportune time?4. Do you wish beer could be more affordable?These questions should shed some light on your need for a full size kegerator in the home. If you have even the occasional party with lots of beer flowing, you will have a need for beer kegerators at times. If you enjoy beer on a more frequent basis, then you should seriously consider the following benefits of having a kegerator in your home:1. Kegs are far more affordable than canned or bottled beer.2. A keg will last longer than cans and bottles of beer, so you can drink more before running out.3. Beer kegera...

 


Making Wine From Grapes

In the ordinary way, recipes for wines made entirely from grapes are not a practicable proposition. This is because grapes are merely crushed and fermented without either sugar or water being added. Provided you have enough grapes, making wines from them is the simplest winemaking of all-that is, of course, provided they are fully ripe. Small unpruned bunches often contain a lot of small undeveloped fruits between the large juicy ones and these must be removed before the bunches are crushed. The whole bunches, stalk as well, are used as these add something to the wine. The yeast forming the bloom on your grapes may be the kind that will make excellent wine, but we cannot be sure of this owing to the near-certainty that wild yeast and bacteria are present with it. As we have seen in previous chapters, we must destroy these yeasts and bacteria and add yeasts of our choice to make the wine for us.You will need at least twenty pounds of grapes to be assured of a gallon of wine-and this amount may not make one gal...

 




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