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  1. What is the difference between HME & LME?

    If you have been brewing with Mr. Beer or any other homebrewing company you may know about malt extract. But there are 2 different kinds of liquid malt extract.

    First, let's talk about similarities, both of these are condensed forms of wort. This is done through evaporation to extract moisture and create a syrup-like substance.

    That’s about where it ends.

    One thing to note is that not all liquid malt extract is created equally. One thing about the Mr. Beer extracts is

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  2. Gift Guide to Selecting the right Mr. Beer Kit for the soon to be brewer in your life.

    Gift Guide to Selecting the right Mr. Beer Kit for the soon to be brewer in your life.

    As the holidays come near you must be wondering what to get that person who has everything? It's hard to find that perfect gift that is not boring and not the same old stuff. Instead of thinking of all the mundane gifts, think of something cool and exciting! If the person your shopping for likes beer, like really likes beer, then get him a Mr. Beer Kit! As Cousin Eddie would say, “Clark, that’s the gift that keeps on giving the whole year”.  

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  3. Why You Should Brew With Mr. Beer?

    I choose to brew with Hopped Malt Extract (HME) from Mr. Beer so I can brew a batch in 30 minutes and do everything else I want to do. I don’t want to waste an entire day brewing a batch of beer. There are other things I would rather do than watch a pot boil for 8 hours. By using HME as a base I can easily experiment with other ingredients to make any kind of crazy beer I can think of in a short amount of time. Here at Mr. Beer, we have 16 different base styles you can brew from, then building

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  4. 5 Reasons Why You Should Homebrew?

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  5. Beer Gravy

    Last year, around this time, I brought you a recipe for “Beer Brinded Turkey” This year, I couldn’t help but think I was missing a piece of the puzzle, and then it occurred to me, “THAT TURKEY NEEDS GRAVY!”

    Not only does the turkey need gravy, but it needs BEER GRAVY, specifically. The beer isn’t even the “best” part of this recipe, it’s also super simple to make to

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