• THE MOST "RARE" BEER INGREDIENTS

    THE MOST "RARE" BEER INGREDIENTS

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    Beer is one of the alcoholic beverages with the longest history in the world and, although its list of ingredients is usually quite invariable (water, yeast, hops and barley malt, or other cereals), there are few occasions in which brewers used other products. Belgians themselves, for whom beer is a religion, have spent centuries experimenting with additives such as fruit, syrups, or chocolate in...
  • The Art of Blending

    The Art of Blending

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    Blending is exactly what is sounds like - but it is not as simple as arbitrarily mixing things together. It must be to achieve some characteristic or end goal. It is utilized within the alcohol industry for a number of reasons which vary from beverage to beverage, but we will touch on a few that are pungent. Blending can be used to adapt to...
  • Pucker Up: Acidification in Beer

    Pucker Up: Acidification in Beer

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    Acidity is defined as the quality, state, degree of being acid.  In other words, the level of acid in substances, in this case we are talking about beer.  The presence of acid in beer is really part of what makes beer what it is. Which could also be said with every fermented beverage. Acids in these beverages are either increased or mitigated due to...




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