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    • Homebrewing

    • Homebrewing is the brewing of beer on a small scale for personal, non-commercial purposes. Beer has been brewed on the domestic level since its advent, thousands of years prior to its commercial production. Through the years its legality has varied according to local regulation. Beer has been brewed domestically ... Read »


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    • Beer Judge Certification Program

    • The Beer Judge Certification Program or BJCP is a non-profit organization formed in 1985 "to promote beer literacy and the appreciation of real beer, and to recognize beer tasting and evaluation skills." It has been described in the press as a "hands-on ... study program designed to teach aspiring beer enthusiasts abou ... Read »


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    • Brew Your Own

    • Brew Your Own is an American magazine, particularly concerned with the process of homebrewing beer. The magazine is published eight times annually from offices in Manchester Village, Vermont.  Brew Your Own was launched in 1995 and is the largest circulation magazine for people interested in making their own beer at ... Read »


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    • Brewers Association

    • The Brewers Association (BA) is an American trade group of over 7,200 brewers, breweries in planning, suppliers, distributors, craft beer retailers, and Individuals particularly concerned with the promotion of craft beer and homebrewing. The BA was established in 2005 through a merger of the Association of Brewers and ... Read »


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    • The Brewing Network

    • The Brewing Network

      The Brewing Network is an Internet radio station, dedicated to homebrewing and craft beer. The Brewing Network produces internet-based live radio shows focusing on homebrewing and general craft beer interest, which are subsequently made available as Podcasts. The BN frequently features interviews with well-known ( ... Read »


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    • Campden tablet

    • Campden tablets (potassium or sodium metabisulfite) are a sulfur-based product that is used primarily to sterilize wine, cider and in beer making to kill bacteria and to inhibit the growth of most wild yeast: this product is also used to eliminate both free chlorine and the more stable form, chloramine, from water solu ... Read »


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    • Carboy

    • A carboy, demijohn, or jimmyjohn is a rigid container with a typical capacity of 20 to 60 litres (5 to 16 US gal). Carboys are primarily used for transporting liquids, often water or chemicals. They are also used for in-home fermentation of beverages, often beer or wine. The word carboy is from the Persian ... Read »


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    • Cornelius keg

    • A cornelius keg (also known as a Corney or soda keg) is a stainless steel canister (keg) originally used as containers by the soft drink industry. They can be used to store and dispense homemade sodas and home brewed beer. Cornelius kegs were originally made by Cornelius, Inc. In the keg, fully made soda is stored und ... Read »


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    • Fred Eckhardt

    • Otto Fredrick "Fred" Eckhardt (May 10, 1926 – August 10, 2015) was an American brewer, homebrewing advocate, and writer. Eckhardt is best remembered as a pioneer in the field of beer journalism, publishing a series of articles and books on the topic, including the seminal 1989 tome, The Essentials of Beer Style. A ... Read »


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    • Fermentation lock

    • The fermentation lock or airlock is a device used in beer brewing and wine making that allows carbon dioxide released during fermentation to escape the fermenter, while not allowing air to enter the fermenter, thus avoiding oxidation. There are two main designs for the fermentation lock, or airlock. These designs work ... Read »


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    • George Fix

    • George Fix

      George J. Fix (10 May 1939 – 10 March 2002) was an American mathematician who collaborated on several seminal papers and books in the field of finite element method. In addition to his work in mathematics, Fix was a beer and homebrewing enthusiast and educator, as well as the author of several books about brewing. ... Read »


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    • Great American Beer Festival

    • The Great American Beer Festival (GABF) is a three-day annual event hosted by the Brewers Association, held in Denver, Colorado, in mid to late September or early October. The GABF brings visitors from around the world to sample thousands of different American craft beers. Over 100 beer judges from the United States ... Read »


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    • Iodophor

    • An Iodophor is a preparation containing iodine complexed with a solubilizing agent, such as a surfactant or povidone (forming povidone-iodine). The result is a water-soluble material that releases free iodine when in solution. Iodophors are prepared by mixing iodine with the solubilizing agent; heat can be used to spee ... Read »


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    • Dave Line

    • Dave Line (1942 – 1980) was a British beer author. An electrical engineer by profession, he is regarded as a pioneer in homebrewing during the 1970s because at the time homebrewing as a hobby was in its infancy. At the time of his early death from cancer he was 37, living in Southampton, was married and had a son. ... Read »


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    • Midwest Supplies

    • Midwest Supplies is the largest home brewing and wine making company in America. Established in 1995, the privately held company specializes in home brewing and wine making, including extract brewing and all grain brewing. The company is based near Minneapolis, Minnesota. Midwest Supplies has 80 employees who are ... Read »


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    • Oregon Brewers Festival

    • Oregon Brewers Festival

      Oregon Brewers Festival (OBF) is a five-day craft beer festival held annually since 1988 at the Tom McCall Waterfront Park in downtown Portland, Oregon. OBF has become the most popular outdoor beer festival in North America, based on attendance. Admission is free, but to sample the festival's beers, attendees must pur ... Read »


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    • John J. Palmer

    • John J. Palmer is the author of the self-published book, How to Brew and an active member of the homebrewing community. Palmer began writing How to Brew in 1995. The website The Real Beer Page hosted the first edition of the book at howtobrew.com. Palmer self-published a print edition of How to Brew in 2000. The Third ... Read »


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    • Charlie Papazian

    • Charles N. "Charlie" Papazian (born January 23 ca. 1950) is an American nuclear engineer, brewer and author. He attended the University of Virginia, graduating in 1972 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Nuclear Engineering. He founded the Association of Brewers and the Great American Beer Festival, and wrote The Comp ... Read »


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    • Sodium metabisulfite

    • Sodium metabisulfite

      Sodium metabisulfite or sodium pyrosulfite (IUPAC spelling; Br. E. sodium metabisulphite or sodium pyrosulphite) is an inorganic compound of chemical formula Na2S2O5. The substance is sometimes referred to as disodium (metabisulfite). It is used as a disinfectant, antioxidant and preservative agent. Sodium metabis ... Read »


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    • White House Honey Ale

    • White House Honey Ale

      White House Honey Ale is the first beer known to have been brewed in the White House. The process began in January 2011 at the request of President Barack Obama who purchased the homebrewing kit using his personal funds. As of 2012[update], three styles have been brewed in addition to Honey Ale: White House Honey Blond ... Read »


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    • WineMaker International Amateur Wine Competition

    • The WineMaker International Amateur Wine Competition is the world’s largest Amateur Wine competition. As noted by Anita Rafael in Stratton Magazine, "A panel of fifty qualified tasters rate the entries according to the exact same critical standards by which commercially-produced wine is judged." The wine competi ... Read »


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    • WineMaker Magazine

    • WineMaker Magazine is an American magazine, particularly concerned with the process of home winemaking. The magazine is published six times annually from offices in Manchester Village, Vermont.WineMaker was launched in 1999 and each issue includes wine recipes, how-to projects and advice columns.WineMaker magazine also ... Read »


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