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|This site is not designed to tell you everything about wine and beer, it is just a site about how to brew alcohol. This site is for normal people who just want something they can easily and cheaply make and drink and tastes nice and won't kill them.
Yeast will convert any fermentable sugar into alcohol and carbon dioxide. It is an easy, simple process but getting something to taste nice is a little harder, this is where this site helps.
Listed are recipies for making basic beer, wine and mead. Once you've been successful, you can try more complex recipes for more interesting flavours.
|-Keep everything to do with the brew clean and make sure it is sealed at all times.
-Be patient, but do not leave beer in Primary fermenter for longer than 14 days for ales and 21 days for lager.
-Be creative but try to fit in new ideas with tested methods.
-Keep trying to you get it right, but if in doubt, throw it out!
-REMEBER- Alcohol exposed to air for too long will turn into vinegar.
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|PLEASE READ THE DISCLAIMER AT THE BOTTOM BEFORE TRYING ANY OF THE RECEPIES POSTED HERE.|
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|IF YOU HAVE A GOOD RECIPE (THAT'S BEEN TESTED) THEN E-MAIL ME AND I WILL POST IT. ALSO IF YOU WANT A LINK TO YOUR SITE, E-MAIL ME|
|All measurements on this site are give in metric and imperial (UK) measurements.
Click here to go to a great site to calculate different measurements in metric, imperial, US, Russian, ancient Roman and Greek and many other systems of measurement.
|Firstly, I accept no responsibilty nor liability for any damage, illness or even loss of life due to you trying out recepies or methods listed here, although the recipes have all come from reputable sources and if followed carefully should not produce a hazard. You are reminded that YOU TRY THEM AT YOUR OWN RISK.
Secondly, I do not guarantee success with these methods, however they have been tried and cross-referenced with brewing and wine making websites and books, and should all work.
I can accept no responsibility for the content of external sites linked to or from this one.
Lastly, it is, to my knowledge, perfectly legal to brew your own alcohol in your own home in the UK as long as you don't sell it or distil it. I accept no responsibility or liability whatsoever if this is subsequently proved inaccurate or if other countries have differing legislation. I advice people living outside of the UK to check the legal requirements/limitations of their country.
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