How to Make Homemade Cider

Cider is simply fermented apple juice, and it’s easy to make at home. This tutorial covers the easiest way to make cider at home. From this base, the sky is the limit for ingredient additions! Read More

Polish Mead Tips from the 2018 Meadmaker of the Year

Michael Wilcox was gracious enough to share detailed notes on his best-of-show Ode to Jadwiga mead with Zymurgy. This the full version of the abridged notes that appear in the September/October 2018 issue of Zymurgy magazine, where you’ll also find … Read More

Jim’s Sous Vide Chicken Marbella

This recipe uses sous vide techniques discussed in “Cooking in a Vacuum” in the May/June 2018 issue of Zymurgy magazine. It is a simple sous-vide adaptation of the famous Chicken Marbella recipe from The Silver Palate Cookbook by Julee Rosso … Read More

Boiling & Seething: Recreating Two Medieval Mead Recipes

Meadmaking and medieval history are two passions of mine. They might seem worlds apart, but I’ve found they go hand in hand! Exploring medieval mead recipes and experimenting with the techniques have taught me some interesting tips that I can … Read More

The Homebrewer’s Table: Collard Greens with Dark Lager

Any self-respecting person raised in the South has surely eaten collards, if not gone a step further in spending hours over a pot making these delicious braised greens. Collard greens, like many cruciferous veggies, grow well in the winter (depending … Read More

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