Even though beer may not have gotten its start in Europe, it was certainly perfected in Europe. Find out the vast variety of beer by nation in Europe
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The Basics Of Homebrewing
Brewing Beer At Home Has Its Own Rules And Recommendations
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From lagers to ales, discover the many types of microbrew beers hand crafted in the U.S. If variety's truly the spice of life, U.S. beer enthusiasts have it made.
Homebrewers often taste something that really strikes their fancy and wonder how it would taste in a beer. Go ahead and scratch that itch, it's called experimentation.
The craft of brewing beer has been respected and perfected throughout the centuries; ale, lager, stout, and pilsner all contribute to its complex history.
Commercial brewers don't limit themselves to one source of fermentable sugar to create their beer and neither should homebrewers. There are plenty of alternatives around
Malt is one of the four primary ingredients needed to brew beer, but it contributes the most to the overall beer character.