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Itching to brew a lager, but can't hit those chilly fermentation temperatures? Look no further than this light-hybrid recipe which makes for a very lager-like Kölsch using only ale yeast. The late Dr. George Fix first presented this recipe in the 1997 Zymurgy Special Issue, and then again in the article "30 Years of AHA and Zymurgy" (November/December 2008 Zymurgy). Brewer's Comments Fix's opinion on Kölsch is that "slightly bigger is better." From his travels to Cologne, where the style…

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Homebrew recipe: White House Honey Ale

The White House homebrew recipe release has shed a new light on making beer at home. Use this recipe and drink some beer like the president drinks!

A Beginner's Guide to Whiskey | The rise of the craft cocktail has paved the way for a new generation of whiskey drinkers. Discover the rich history of this smooth spirit, from its roots in ancient Mesopotamia and the rise of "moonshine," to understanding the difference between types of whiskies, from bourbon and scotch to Irish whisky and Tennessee whiskey.

Drinking whiskey has long been seen as a pastime of men in suits, but the tides are changing with the rise of the craft cocktail bar.

Hops are important in determining the flavor of your favorite beers... Especially craft beers! Amarillo, Cascade, Fuggle, Mosaic... Each one has a unique taste in much the same way grape varietals do.

Hops are important in determining the flavor of your favorite beers. Especially craft beers! Each one has a unique taste in much the same way grape varietals do.

Hops: A Homebrewers' Guide www.LiquorList.com "The Marketplace for Adults with Taste!" @LiquorListcom #LiquorList.com

Hops: A Homebrewers' Guide Hops are the flowers (also called seed cones or strobiles) of the hop plant Humulus They are used primarily as a flavoring and stability agent in beer, to which they impart bitter, zesty, or citric flavours;

A little inter-sensory reference material for the office wall. (Not especially architectural, but I'm sure many architects would heartily approve...)

I included this on my scotch board although they did spell whisky wrong. In case you don't know Scotch is spelled whisky, Irish and American is spelled whiskey.