From mead to kimchi, find out how your fermentation skills can be applied beyond beer to open up new worlds of creation.
Expand your homemaking endeavors to cheese! These recipes and videos will help you get started on home cheesemaking.
Quark is among the most popular cultured dairy products one encounters in Germany and much of Eastern Europe, but it’s rather uncommon in the United States.
Ethiopia has a wonderfully diverse culinary tradition, but the one food that’s found at nearly every meal is a spongy, fermented flatbread known as injera.
It’s well known that root beer is a sweet, alcohol-free soda, but did you know its “roots” are unique to America? Find out how to make root beer at home!
Follow along as Natalie & Vinnie Cilurzo of Russian River Brewing Co. are joined by Brewers Association Executive Chef Adam Dulye in a beer-inspired culinary adventure.
Cream cheese is like a thicker, creamier cousin of ricotta cheese. Like most cheese, it is milk that separates into solid curd and liquid whey forms. Curds are the solids that cheesemakers press, inoculate with cultures, and form into different types of cheese.
Historically, kvass was said to be the chief beverage of monks and peasants, who preferred it to water. But, as with many probiotic fermented beverages, it evolved into endless varieties, some without it's usual rye bread base. We will focus on one of the healthiest and most attractive versions: beet kvass.
Miso is a fermented paste traditionally made with soybeans. As with sake, miso ferments with the help of koji, that magic culinary mold Aspergillus oryzae, grown on rice or barley.
Originally published on CraftBeer.com Brooklyn Brew Shop has brought the never-fail concept of cheese and beer pairing to life with a brown ale-soaked grilled cheese sandwich. INGREDIENTS
The sauce for these simple and delicious chicken wings is made with honey, soy sauce, your favorite lager and chipotle in adobo.
This beer brined turkey recipe created by Sean Z. Paxton, the Home Brew Chef, was originally published on HomeBrewChef.com. The brining technique is different than simply marinating or salt curing a meat or poultry product. By submerging a…