home-brew


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home-brew

a beer or other alcoholic drink brewed at home rather than commercially
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MAKING HOME-BREW Wort: Home-brew starts with wort, which is made by dissolving malt extract in water, bringing it to a boil and adding hops.
Before Christmas we were getting 15-20 calls a day from people interested in starting a home-brew business.
In places with a somewhat more permissive culture than Middlesboro, Kentucky, a semi-public home-brew movement began to emerge.
The FDA also regulates as medical devices certain components, known as "analyte-specific reagents" (ASRs), of home-brew tests.
We would support legislation in the home-brew market banning people from selling our products to under-age groups.
FITCHBURG - People who would think it is crazy to put chili peppers, grape jelly or cinnamon in home-brews obviously haven't met the members of FOAM - the Fitchburg Order of Ale Makers - yet.
4%) was first glimpsed in Denver, Colorado in 1995, brewed by the giant Coors brewing company on a tiny home-brew plant.
They're devotees willing to pay more, home-brew or drive hours in search of their fuel.
But Stoppard said there aren't enough sales to make the home-brew shop a full-time job for him.
It is claimed the company's personal micro home brewery has cracked the secret of changing water into beer and that it could spell the end of traditional home-brew kits.
Home-brew Methods Prove to be Spoke in the Wheel for NAPI Market Participants
To show how it's done, more than a dozen members of the local Cascade Brewers Society home-brew club set up shop outside Oakshire Brewing in northwest Eugene and whipped up eight batches of beer.