Make Beer Not War
Beer in its simplest, most pure form, is made from these three ingredients: hops, barley, and yeast—plus water. The styles and flavors possible from just these three ingredients are vast due to the wide variety of hops available and many different ways in which barley malt is malted and kilned. Through the millennia since humans first stumbled upon the secrets of fermenting, beer has included many other ingredients, from honey and herbs to oats and fruit. Today we beer lovers are enjoying a renaissance of beer creativity, and flavors are being combined in just about every way imaginable. Even the purists have to admit some of these concoctions are very, very tasty. Chocolate raspberry stout, orange cranberry spice beer, maple pumpkin ale ale... Don't they sound wonderful? Yet, even exotic sounding beers such as these start with the basic prime ingredients of hops barley and yeast.
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Beer, Art, and Inspiration
This website is a collection of ideas, a celebration of the art of beverage and food, and a celebration of the earth that sustains us. Here is where I'll share stuff that I know about brewing and sustainable living, through pictures, tutorials, recipes, and conversation. The main focus here (if you have not guessed it already!), is about brewing beer at home in an eco-friendly fashion. This site is also about me, so it is a showcase of the many creative things I do, from writing and blogging, brewing and farming, and web design. Thanks for stopping by. I hope you enjoy your visit!