home-brew


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home-brew

a beer or other alcoholic drink brewed at home rather than commercially
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But it isn't the first home-brew recipe to come out of the White House.
But the favorite use of the bottle system was for making home-brew. There were many different recipes and an equally limitless number of end results for this beer-type concoction.
Home-brew shops closed across the region, the industry association was disbanded and the only magazine on the subject ceased publication.
Plus the store is one of the only shops in the region to sell home-brew kits.
In colonial times, home-brew was as much a part of American life as burning witches or shooting Redcoats.
MASTER brewer Chris Hogg and his parents Barbara and Robert spent 20 years telling people how to make beers and wines as owners of a small home-brew shop.
Home-brew methods were used by 85% of the labs for at least one assay.
To become a member or find a home-brew outlet near you, go to www.beertown.org for more information.
NATIONAL wine judge and home-brew man John Bell is preparing to retire after 40 years of alcoholic delight.
Managing director Philip Jones said: "We developed this product to stimulate the home-brew market.
As is demonstrated by a profusion of examples, these included magical, astrological and faith healing, typically reliant upon spells and rites and often practised by those 'wise women' who were commonly the 'oracles' of their village; home-brew herbal medicine and other forms of self-help kitchen physic; and, not least, regular medicine which, though typically beyond the pockets of the poor, could be available to them through various forms of private and public charity.