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  1. Beef and Beer Slow Cooker Stew

    Beef and Beer Slow Cooker Stew

    The Christmas decorations are put away, post-traumatic stress from Christmas traffic is starting to fade and most people are breathing a sigh of relief that the chaos of the holiday season has come to an end. It is the perfect time to finally relax, with a tall glass of brew and a nice and hearty, easy to make Beef and Beer, stew! I do not know about you, but stews and soups are some of my favorite comfort foods to make and eat when the weather is cold, and the days are still short.

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  2. When is the earliest you can bottle your beer?

    When is the earliest you can bottle your beer?

    When you're brewing up that first batch of beer, the hardest part is the waiting. Actually, I think that is the hardest part of any batch your brewing is just the wait. So we wanted to break down what is the earliest you can bottle your beer.

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  3. First Time Brewer FAQs

    First Time Brewer FAQs

    When you are brewing your first batch of beer you will have a ton of questions. So we thought it would be helpful to answer some of the most frequently asked questions for the beginner brewer.

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  4. How to Brew a Low Carb Beer?

    How to Brew a Low Carb Beer?

    As you already know, it is time to ring in the new year and I do not know about the rest of you, but I am happy to wave “bye, bye” to 2020! Along with hopes for a happier year going forward, many beer drinkers and non-beer drinkers alike, take the start of the new year as an opportunity to set resolutions that might help improve their health or even cause them to lose a few pounds. So, the question might be “how does a homebrewer make beer with less of a dietary impact?”. Luckily, that questio

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  5. Is there a difference between using carbonation drops and regular sugar?

    Is there a difference between using carbonation drops and regular sugar?

    A lot of people swear by carbonation drops, and others don’t see a need in using them. A question that I saw the other day was asking if you can tell a difference in your beer between using one or the other?

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