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How To Homebrew Hard Cider

When you think of cider, chances are you are thinking of a non-alcoholic apple juice beverage from a farm or farmer’s market that you often drink on crisp fall days in the autumnal seasons. However, the game changes when you put “hard” in front of it. In America, “sweet” cider is considered to be non-alcoholic. […]

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Homebrew Recipe For Vanilla Cinnamon Mead

Mead is a little different than beer. The sugars in mead come from honey, whereas the sugars in beer come from grain starch. This makes this alcoholic beverage available for those who are gluten-free! That being said, the way to brew mead is fairly similar to all grain home brewing. So today, we’re going to […]

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Homebrew Recipe For Coffee And Cream Stout

As tasty and versatile as stouts are, there’s something about a crisp fall evening that makes you want to sip one. Of course you can drink and homebrew stouts during any time of the year, but the chilliness of the autumnal season makes for the perfect scenario to pull out your homebrewing systems and equipment […]

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What Is The Difference Between Mead And Cider?

Mead and cider can be very similar to one another, and if you are new to the homebrewing field, it is easy to get the two mixed up. And while both mead and cider are different from traditional beer and beer brewing, it is indeed possible to brew at home both cider and mead. You […]

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Homebrew Recipe For An English Dark Mild Ale

If you’ve been following the BrewPerfect blog for the past few months, you’ll know that we love providing our readers with beer recipes that they can easily brew at home. From milk stouts to IPAs to porters to meads, we have all the recipes for different types of beer that you could need. And it […]

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Lavender-Blackberry Mead Recipe

Mead is a fermented beverage, similar to beer, that is made from fermenting honey and water, and is believed to be one of the oldest alcoholic drinks. This popular alcoholic drink can be flavored with fruits, spices, grains, and hops. That being said, mead has a higher alcohol content that most beers, ranging from eight […]

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How To Use A Hydrometer For Homebrewing

A hydrometer is an important piece of homebrewing equipment, and it would be pretty hard to brew at home without one. If you are new to homebrewing and don’t know what we are talking about, we’ll get you up to speed A hydrometer is a tool that measures the ratio of a liquid’s (in this […]

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Understanding The Difference Between A Pale Ale And An IPA

Getting an IPA and a pale ale confused with each other isn’t unreasonable. Unless you’re a well-seasoned beer expert, it makes sense why these two types of beer would get mixed up. IPA, which stands for Indian Pale Ale, is a hoppy beer that does indeed fall underneath the pale ale category, but there are […]

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How To Homebrew A Better Quality Beer

The quality of the beer you homebrew is dependent on the quality of homebrewing systems and equipment you invest in. If you are a homebrewing beginner, you might be tempted to opt for cheap equipment your first time around, but this will not reap the delicious results that you are really after. In an article […]

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The Homebrew Mashup: Kegging versus Bottling

  We found a great article from Craft Beer and Brewing Magazine regarding some specifics details on Kegging. You can read the article here Below we will look at bottling versus kegging and the advantages and disadvantages you may come across as you choose one route or the other.     Perhaps you are thinking about […]

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