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How To Make: Big H Root Beer

A how to guide on making the delicious Big H Root Beer. For more information, please visit www.hiresbigh.com

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Battle of the Beer Breads | Festival Foods

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Blueberry Lemon Beer Bread | Festival Foods

Blueberry beer is good for sipping and baking! We took one of our favorite local beers – Blu Bobber – and combined it with the bright, summery flavors of fresh blueberries and lemons to create a perfect, tender bread. This Blueberry Lemon Beer Bread is great for brunch, dessert or ...

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Jalapeño Cheddar Beer Biscuits | Festival Foods

A little sweet and a little spicy, these Jalapeno Cheddar Beer Biscuits combine two of Wisconsin’s favorite things – beer and cheese! A handful of simple ingredients come together to form buttery, fluffy biscuits that are the perfect complement to a meal or just enjoyed as a simple snack. More ...

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My 10 Gallon Brewery: Overview & First Brew Day

In this culmination of my 5 to 10 gallon brewery upgrade project, I walk through the new brew system layout showing how the individual components (DIY mash lauter tun, DIY hot liquor tank, custom 20 gallon Spike Brewing kettle, pumps, valves, and hoses) work together to brew my first beer ...

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SCULPIN IPA All Grain Homebrew Recipe Clone (How to)

SCULPIN IPA ALL GRAIN HOMEBREW RECIPE: 7.0% abv 70 ibu OG: 1.062 FG: 1.009 60 MINUTE BOIL !!!! !!!! BATCH SIZE: 10 gallons ***FOR 5 GALLON BATCH: Cut All Ingredients In Half*** VARIABLES: grain lbs: 21.65 lbs mash thickness (qts/lb): 1.33 total water needed: 15.97 gallons target mash temp: 150°F ...

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