Sacred and Herbal Healing Beers: The Secrets of Ancient
This is the first comprehensive book ever written on the sacred aspects of indigenous, historical psychotropic and herbal healing beers of the world.
- Brand: imusti
- ASIN: 0937381667 Part No: new-02_172017-b0014474
The Wildcrafting Brewer: Creating Unique Drinks and Boozy Concoctions from Nature's
Primitive beers, country wines, herbal meads, natural sodas, and more The art of brewing doesn’t stop at the usual ingredients: barley, hops, yeast, and water. In fact, the origins of brewing involve a whole galaxy of wild and cultivated plants, fruits, berries, and other natural materials, which were once used to make a whole spectrum of creative, fermented drinks. Now fermentation fans and home brewers can rediscover these “primitive” drinks and their unique flavors in The Wildcrafting Brewer. Wild-plant expert and forager Pascal Baudar’s first book, The New Wildcrafted Cuisine, opened up a whole new world of possibilities for readers wishing to explore and capture the flavors of their local terroir. The Wildcrafting Brewer does the same for fermented drinks. Baudar reveals both the underlying philosophy and the practical techniques for making your own delicious concoctions, from simple wild sodas, to non-grape-based “country wines,” to primitive herbal beers, meads, and traditional ethnic ferments like tiswin and kvass. The book opens with a retrospective of plant-based brewing and ancient beers. The author then goes on to describe both hot and cold brewing methods and provides lots of interesting recipes; mugwort beer, horehound beer, and manzanita cider are just ...
- ASIN: 1603587187
Sacred and Herbal Healing Beers: The Secrets of Ancient Fermentation [Paperback]  First Edition Ed. Stephen Harrod
- ASIN: B00C6N0BPI
The Drunken Botanist
- Color: Multicolor
- Brand: Algonquin Books
- ASIN: 1616200464 Part No: Does Not Apply
The Joy of Brewing Cider, Mead, and Herbal Wine: How to Craft Seasonal Fast-Brew Favorites at
You’re ready to try your hand at home brewing, but you want to try something unique—and you also have no idea where to start. This is the book for you. Broken into three sections—mead, cider, and herbal wine—you’ll learn what basic equipment you’ll need, what ingredients to have on hand, and author Nancy Koziol will walk you through each step of the process. Along the way, you’ll pick up some fun facts about ethical consumption, sustainable farming, and the science behind fermenting. Whether you want to try a simple honey mead, a crisp apple or pear cider, or a wild wine with herbs foraged from your backyard, in these pages you’ll find the inspiration and instruction you need to follow through to the finished product. Many of these drinks are brewed in a matter of weeks rather than months, so you don’t even have to be particularly patient! Once you get the hang of the basics, try experimenting with the suggested seasonal additions, or whatever fruit, herb, or spice is ready for harvest (or on sale at the local market). Add some ginger to your cider, some blackberries to your wine, or some pumpkin to your mead for brews that are truly your own. With a unique focus on local, seasonal produce and sustainable farming practices, this will appeal to seasoned brewers w...
- Brand: Skyhorse
- ASIN: 1510734945
Homemade Soda: 200 Recipes for Making & Using Fruit Sodas & Fizzy Juices, Sparkling Waters, Root Beers & Cola Brews, Herbal & Healing Waters, ... & Floats, & Other Carbonated
Making your own soda is easy, inexpensive, and fun. Best of all, you can control the sweetness level and ingredients to create a drink that suits your individual taste. In this guide to all things fizzy, Andrew Schloss presents a handful of simple techniques and recipes that will have you recreating your favorite commercial soft drinks and experimenting with new flavor combinations. Try your hand at Pomegranate Punch, Sparkling Espresso Jolt, Slightly Salty Caramel Seltzer, and more as you explore the endless bubbly possibilities.
- Color: Multicolor
- Brand: Workman Publishing
- ASIN: 1603427961 Part No: 62796
Brew Your Medicine: How To Use Basic Kitchen Equipment To Brew Custom Herbal
This fully illustrated book will guide you through each step of brewing your own small batch herbal beer with little to no special equipment, right in your own kitchen! Gluten free beers are also covered.
- ASIN: 1475183127
- UPC: 884214617359
The Homebrewer's Almanac: A Seasonal Guide to Making Your Own Beer from
The complete resource for brewing beer with farmed and foraged ingredients, featuring over 50 recipes Forget hops: The revolution in craft beer is taking place in gardens, farmer’s markets, and deep in the woods outside rural towns across the country. It’s beer that offers a sense of place, incorporating locally sourced and seasonally harvested ingredients into traditional (and untraditional) farmhouse-style beers. The Homebrewer's Almanacis a practical guide for those who are interested in incorporating fresh and foraged ingredients into their beer, written by the brewers of one of the country’s hottest new breweries. Recipes include: Sweet Potato Vienna Lager Chanterelle Mushroom SaisonNettle Spicebush AleSumac Sour AleBasil Rye PorterEach chapter offers an overview of what plants to look for in your region, as well as how to harvest and how to preserve them. A brewing guide in the modern DIY tradition with a touch of the retro farmer’s almanac, The Homebrewer's Almanac will be a staple in homebrewers’ libraries and a source of year-round inspiration. 75 color photographs
- ASIN: 1581573499
Making Natural Sodas With Roots & Herbs: Ginger Ale, Root Beer, Sarsaparilla, Birch Beer & More (Making Homemade Soda's Book
You may think that making a soda with roots and herbs is kind of weird, but really it's not all that strange. You can think of it as carbonating your different teas. It's like drinking a bottle of mint tea, only it's got the fizz to it.Root beer used to be made with all sorts of roots and berries to make that distinct root beer flavor. Ginger was originally made with actual ginger root. Ever hear of Sarsaparilla in the old Western movies? That drink was made with Sarsaparilla root. Birch beer was actually a non-alcoholic drink made with birch bark and other ingredients.Back before you could find a soda in the store, they started out as health tonics made from all sorts of different herbs, roots and spices along with fresh fruit and veggies. Since fruit and veggies were only available through the growing season or region specific areas the dried herbs, roots and spices were mostly used. These ingredients were made into these health tonics to cure ailments people encountered throughout their lives. Such ailments could be from fatigue to the flu. Although not all tasted very good, some became favorite flavors and developed into picnic favorites.
- ASIN: B00JBK7HCE
Sacred and Herbal Healing Beers (Stephen Harrod
By Stephen Harrod Buhner. The first comprehensive book written on sacred ancient fermentation. The medicinal, spiritual, and ceremonial properties of nearly 200 plants and hive products, when used as fermented beverages, are explored in depth. The book includes 120 recipes for ancient and indigenous beers and meads from 31 countries (6 continents), and one of the most complete evalutations of honey published. Illustrated softcover, 534 pages, 6" x 9" (15.2cm x 22.7cm).
- Color: Multicolor
- Brand: The Homebrew Shop
- ASIN: B07JLTWRNW
- UPC: 099654961102 Part No: 24-7311
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How To Make A Wild Visionary Herbal Beer with Ground Ivy
Join Zack Kouns as he makes his version of a springtime wild visionary beer with ground ivy, red bud, and more.
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The Herbalist Craft Beer
Take a look at Rebecca Stenbeck's journey to creating her own herbal beer brand, which involved her using a WilliamsWarn Personal Brewery as her R&D brewery.
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I am Gruit - Tasting Ancient Beer
I am Gruit, well, no, I'm not really, but that's what we called our first Gruit. Today we are tasting an ancient Beer. Gruit which means "herb" is the predecessor to what we call beer. It has no hops, sorry all you IPA fans. It used other herbs for bittering and flavoring, but it is still mad...
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