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Brewing is the production of beer through steeping a starch source (commonly cereal grains) in water and then fermenting with yeast.
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“ Good use of time is the universal ingredient in cooking a palatable dish—doesn’t matter if you are baking, boiling, frying, brewing, or grilling. ”
“ Among the early commercial adopters of wild beer were the Cottonwood Brewery of Boone, North Carolina, and Joe’s Brewery of Champaign, Illinois. Brewer John Isenhour gained a “cult status” for his production of beers with a lambic profile in the mid-1990s using wild yeast and bacteria that he kept active at various stages of the lambic fermentation cycle. John quite successfully marketed the “Lambic” to his rather conservative clientele in this central Illinois college town as “Belgian lemonade. ”
This group is to help identify fiction books that have a story centering around Beer and Brewing…more
[close] This group is to help identify fiction books that have a story centering around Beer and Brewing. I created this group because my local brewery started a beer book club. I have not been able to find a list anywhere of mystery books involving beer, hence the creation of this group. Please feel free to add any fiction books that center around beer.
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The Good Reads group for Ninkasi Brewing Company book club.
[close] The Good Reads group for Ninkasi Brewing Company book club.
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