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3 Signs That You Live With A Homebrewer

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3 Signs That You Live With A Homebrewer

In this episode of Confessions of a Homebrewer's Wife, we dive deep into the topic of how to identify 3 signs that you live with a homebrewer!

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Confessions of a Homebrewer's Wife: Vocabulary Lesson - Mashing and Wort

Brewing Beer Confessions of a Homebrewer's Wife

Confessions of a Homebrewer's Wife: Vocabulary Lesson - Mashing and Wort

On this episode of Confessions of a Homebrewer's Wife, I discuss Mashing and Wort in the Home-brewed Beer process.  Leave your questions and comments below! Need tips for brewing with kids?  Click HERE! Cheers,   ENJOY THIS POST? SIGN UP FOR OUR NEWSLETTER!

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Confessions of a Homebrewer's Wife: What's Up With Hops?

Brewing Beer Confessions of a Homebrewer's Wife

Confessions of a Homebrewer's Wife: What's Up With Hops?

In this episode, we discuss everything I've learned about hops; how they grow, what they do to beer, and how to use them in other ways!  I'd love to hear how you use hops!    ENJOY THIS POST? SIGN UP FOR OUR NEWSLETTER!

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Confessions of a Homebrewer's Wife: Three Ways To Involve Kids On Brew Day

Brewing Beer Confessions of a Homebrewer's Wife

Confessions of a Homebrewer's Wife: Three Ways To Involve Kids On Brew Day

Brew day is a family event around here and the kids love to be involved.  Believe it our not, there are things they can be involved with: They mill the grains, add the ingredients, and even taste the wort. They certainly have a blast.  These brew days create many memories. They allow our family to slow down from the hustle and bustle of life, and enjoy one another while making great beer! We'd love to hear how you involve your kids on brew day! Cheers!     ENJOY THIS POST? SIGN UP FOR OUR NEWSLETTER!

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Confessions From A Homebrewer's Wife: What Does Brewing Beer Mean?

Confessions of a Homebrewer's Wife

I'll be honest, as a homebrewer's wife, I often get lost in the process of brewing beer. From the recipes to the equipment, I get a little overwhelmed. So, I've decided to start a support group for the significant other of the homebrewer.  Brewing beer (especially as a family) is one for the coolest things.  Because it's an all day affair, it allows us to unplug and spend time together. But there are definitely issues that arise (such as storage issues, waste issues, etc.) that I would love to discuss with others.  If you find yourself in a similar situation,...

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