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  • Happy Dragon Boat Festival

    Happy Dragon Boat Festival

    The Duanwu Festival, also often known as the Dragon Boat Festival, is a traditional holiday originating in China, occurring near the summer solstice. It is also known as Zhongxiao Festival (Chinese: 忠孝節; pinyin: Zhōngxiàojié), commemorating fealty and filial piety. The festival now occurs on t...
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  • Belgian monks resurrect 220-year-old beer after finding recipe

    Belgian monks resurrect 220-year-old beer after finding recipe

    Belgian monks have resurrected a beer last brewed 220 years ago. When Grimbergen Abbey’s brewery was ransacked and destroyed by French troops in 1795, it was feared the monks’ mediaeval recipes were also lost. But after rediscovering a 12th-century recipe and methods in their archive, the Order o...
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  • You Don’t Actually Like the Taste of Black Coffee and Alcohol, Study Shows

    You Don’t Actually Like the Taste of Black Coffee and Alcohol, Study Shows

    If you’re convinced you drink bitter coffee or hoppy beer because you enjoy the taste, new research could prove you wrong. According a scientific study, our preferences for bitter or sweet beverages aren’t based on our taste genes, but rather on the association with how they make us feel. Researc...
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  • Beers and Baskets: Breweries Connect with Disc Golfers

    Beers and Baskets: Breweries Connect with Disc Golfers

    Jason Mariner loves to play disc golf, though he’ll be the first to tell you he’s no professional. He also loves craft beer. Luckily, the avid amateur can mix these two interests more easily than ever. “There’s just something about it. The pace of play lends itself to cracking a beer,” says the A...
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  • What Can You Put in Beer to Make It Taste Better?

    What Can You Put in Beer to Make It Taste Better?

    Beer can be a love or hate affair. If you’re no fan of barley, hops and malt, try adding different things to beer until you discover a drink you can’t get enough of. If your choice of additives is limited, squeeze a slice of lemon or lime into your glass of suds to give it a burst of ...
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  • Cellaring Beer: Why and How to Store Beer in a Cellar

    Cellaring Beer: Why and How to Store Beer in a Cellar

    The German word “lagern” means to store or stock. Despite the current craft beer boom and the proliferation of domestic ales, lager beer styles such as Pilsner are by far the most popular beers in the United States. Since “to lager” means “to store,” it must be appropriate to store lagers, right...
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  • Beer Making Basics: Beginner’s Home Brewing Ingredients and Equipment

    Beer Making Basics: Beginner’s Home Brewing Ingredients and Equipment

    At some point, almost every true beer fan toys with the idea of brewing his own. The notion is definitely tempting: the costs are relatively low, the results relatively good, and will clearly be put to better use than six bottles of sand art. If you do decide to take the plunge, thorough preparat...
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  • Beer’s Benefits

    Beer’s Benefits

    Beer is made from wholesome ingredients: malt, hops, yeast and water. All these materials have natural components which contribute to a healthy, balance diet. Beer is 93% water and is an enjoyable means of taking this essential substance. Beer is a thirst quenching long drink which is relatively ...
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  • Rescuing Food Waste Through Brewing

    Rescuing Food Waste Through Brewing

    Instead of throwing away a bruised peach or a stale loaf of bread, several breweries and organizations are taking food waste and transforming it into beer. While this can make brewing a bit more complex and labor intensive, there is the potential to help reduce the approximately 40 percent of foo...
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  • How to Make a Cascadian Caipbeerinha

    How to Make a Cascadian Caipbeerinha

    Made from freshly-pressed sugarcane juice, cachaça is often considered Brazil’s national distilled spirit. In the US, it’s most commonly encountered in a cocktail called a caipirinha. When Dragos Axinte launched Novo Fogo organic cachaça in 2011, the founder says he “wanted to make the caipirinha...
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  • How to Become a Bartender with No Experience

    How to Become a Bartender with No Experience

    Most bartenders agree with me, one of the hardest parts about becoming a professional bartender is breaking into the industry and landing your first bartending job. I hear these frustrations all the time: How do I become a bartender if I don’t have experience? Do I need a bartending license to b...
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  • The Different Types of Beer

    The Different Types of Beer

    So you know that beer is alcoholic, carbonated grain juice… Now what? Ales Vs Lagers First things first, you need to know that most of the beers in this world fall into 2 distinct categories, ales, and lagers. Apart from an emerging 3rd category (which we’ll go into below – see Wild Ales), every ...
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  • How To Pour Beer

    How To Pour Beer

    Pouring beer is an art, and definitely part of the overall tasting experience. We always suggest that you drink a beer out of a glass, and recommend that you read Glassware for Beer. It’s a great primer to understating why, and a guide guide to pairing a beer to its appropriate glass. The f...
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  • ‘First British beer’ discovered in Cambridgeshire A14 roadworks

    ‘First British beer’ discovered in Cambridgeshire A14 roadworks

    Road workers have uncovered what is thought to be the earliest evidence of beer being brewed in Britain, dating back more than 2,000 years. Experts found “tell-tale signs of the Iron Age brew” during work on improvements to the A14 between Cambridge and Huntingdon. It is believed the ...
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  • The Danger of Drinking Beer and Wine

    The Danger of Drinking Beer and Wine

    The wine table knows this sentence: wine can not be mixed, otherwise it is easy to get drunk. Some people don’t believe it, and they try it out on their own, drinking beer and changing it to drink white wine, or drinking two kinds of wine in one cup. As a result, most people have problems. ...
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  • The Development of the Small Beer Equipment in Jinan

    The Development of the Small Beer Equipment in Jinan

    The Small Beer Equipment in Jinan can flexibly use a variety of winemaking techniques to control the flavor and physical and chemical indicators of the wine, suitable for use in various places. LongBang Mechanical equipment has deep cooperation with domestic and foreign scientific research instit...
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  • Sterilization Method Commonly Used in the Brewing of Fruit Wine Equipment

    Sterilization Method Commonly Used in the Brewing of Fruit Wine Equipment

      The beer brewed by the fruit wine equipment is an alcoholic beverage, and the hops in the beer can also increase appetite, stimulate gastric acid secretion, and improve digestion. What kind of sterilization method is adopted in beer brewing has an important influence on beer fermentation. At pr...
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  • How Much Is the Equipment for Making Beer

    How Much Is the Equipment for Making Beer

    How much is the equipment for making beer, customers who come to consult will ask this same question, and our customer service staff will answer them one by one. 1. When we do equipment, we need to have a certain concept of daily consumption and monthly consumption, so as to ensure that the peak ...
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  • Mash System

    Mash System

    Mash system – It is composed of mash pot, filter tank and hot water tank. The specifications range from 100L to 2000L. It can also be customized according to your needs and process requirements. The main body of each equipment is made of high-quality stainless steel material of internationa...
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  • Merry Christmas

    Merry Christmas

    Ha ha ha! Christmastime is here, so let’s crack open the yuletide beer. Now that the craft beer industry is becoming almost as productive and magical as Santa’s workshop, the options are bounteous, flavorful, and frequently very alcoholic. But what is a Christmas beer exactly? Many of...
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  • Beer Evaluation Criteria

    The best tasting temperature of beer is kept under 15℃ for an hour. As for the appearance, you’d better look it directly or from aside under the line and pay attention to beer color, floating substances and sediment, etc. The beer sediment is white and brown. The beer color is hard to judge only ...
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  • The Principle of Beer Diet

        We all know that beer can help one lose weight, but how does it work? Today, let’s talk about it.     It can effectively reduce fat intake. Beer almost does not contain fat and sugar, and the high-quality protein in it can slowly release energy, maintaining the stability of blood sugar;...
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  • The Storage Method of Home-Brewing Beer

    Beer is one of the indispensable drinks in daily life, especially in recent years. It is essential for both leisure and entertainment. Take cooking for instance, beer also can regard as seasoning now, such as beer chicken, beer duck. As beer becomes more and more important in life, some people ha...
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  • How can Craft Beer Equipment Avoid Foaming During Filling

    Firstly, the adjustment of isobaric pneumatic switch device of craft beer equipment is not in place, and the air charging standby pressure opening valve is not sufficient, so the isobaric pressure cannot be reached within the unit time, resulting in that the cylinder standby pressure is greater t...
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