People have brewed fermented products, on purpose or accidentally, since the dawn of time and humanity. Together I hope we can learn and develop this natural skill to continue our evolution with the brews we create.
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Welcome to the place where the magic of brewing is celebrated!
The simple magic of fermenting sugars, that turns one substance into another, is one that was once believed to have been passed to us from the Gods. This process is sometimes called the 'cold boiling', or it was also believed that a kindly spirit came to visit the brew to start the creative process and could be easily slighted if its needs were not catered to properly.
Here however is a place to ask questions and share recipies, successes and disasters, hopefully to inspire others into creating their own special brew.
Recommended reading - feel free to share your own suggestions!
There are a number of groups I feel my post fits in so please excuse the cut and paste - oncase you have seen this in other places on this site.CALLING ALL PEOPLE WITH EXPERIENCE OF AYAHUASCA.It was almost exactly a year ago when I embarked on the…Continue
This is the first brew including yeast that I ever made successfully! I hope it inspires you to try making your own delicious brews before attempting anything more complicated. What you need is: 1 empty 2 litre plastic bottle1 thumbs length of raw…Continue
So I wanted to do a private jumping the fire for Beltaine last year since I had just been released from prison and would have about two months before the ritual to ferment something. I spent hours sifting through various online suggestions, and…Continue
So...historically, I have made a simple honey mead of various flavors. This year, I decided to see if I could make a Vegan version. After about 6 weeks, we tried it out - and it tastes great. We will let the rest sit a bit longer. They say it's…Continue
I'm sure most of you would agree that from a good brew comes true inspiration, and this has been s o for a long time. Here is a hymn from 1800BC dedicated to Ninkasi, the Sumerian Goddess of Brewing and Beer. Do you know of any other dedications to…Continue