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Today we’re talking about the 24 different styles and kinds of mead in the world! There are more than the 24 if you consider all of the regional meads that are specific to certain countries. I hope you enjoy this video! Hit like and subscribe for more mead content! Kinds of Mead: 1.) Melomel 2.)
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Hi everyone, thank you for watching this video! In case you missed the others there is a playlist, and they are also posted down below, including the recipe I used! Video #1: https://youtu.be/QiRDTfUR774 Video #2: https://youtu.be/nwj6eJB3IUA Based on a recipe in the book, “The Big Book of Mead Recipes” Ingredients: 1 quart of pure blueberry
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Vin Chaud is one of my favorite winter traditions here in Paris. Starting in November, Christmas markets (Marchés de Noel) pop up all over the city with vendors offering hand-made trinkets, local food specialities, hot chocolate, and of course, vin chaud. You curl your hands around your warm cup, sip, and wander through a wonderland
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We start with demonstrating a variety of ways to distill alcohol. The pièce de résistance is our new reflux still made by Brewhaus which we go over in great detail. Links to stills: https://brewhaus.com/ https://stilldragon.com/ Related videos: Find us on Patreon and our website: https://www.patreon.com/techingredients https://www.techingredients.com/
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A short video showing my approach to brewing. What’s a braggot? In short, a braggot is simply a recipe which uses honey as the primary source of fermentable sugar while also incorporating grains, malts, and hops for additional aroma and flavor. I’m not giving an exact measured recipe, rather I’m just explaining how I’m putting
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This video starts our adventure with Moonlight Meadery and Hidden Moon Brewing with our first cider and braggot, or beer with honey. We’re reviewing these products for a potential distribution opportunity! Come see what we got going on. Peace, TK ————————————————————————————————————————- Find me Instagram.com/tkanddrinks Facebook.com/TKandDrinks tkanddrinks@gmail.com DISCLAIMER: This video is not sponsored, nor was I
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This channel is designed to offer insight and background on the science, art and practice of making alcohol based products at home. LINK TO KEVIN AND ANDREAS https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCGsKQvAEPLaCiLLZrGMfwGg LINK TO OLIVE NATION https://www.olivenation.com/
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Describes the initial process of making 1 gallon of strawberry mead (melamel). Ingredients: 3 – 5 pounds Strawberries 3 pounds Raw Honey 10 cups Water 1/2 teaspoon Wine Yeast (I’m using Red Star Premiere Classique) Note: This is as natural (as possible) winemaking channel. The wines made on this channel do not use sulfites. You
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I apologize for the audio, there was an issue with the external mic. Here we have what’s probably better labeled as a less expensive mead versus a more expensive mead. I would actually probably put them in the same sort of price bracket, but I wasn’t the one choosing the meads (that would defeat the
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Hi everyone! This mead was a fun adventure, it was also the first I uploaded to my channel! (Well, the “traditional” mead part) Anyway, below are the other videos in the series, or there is a playlist on the main page. I also listed my recipe and steps I made! 1st Video: https://youtu.be/p8vhmRwZ0F0 2nd Video:
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Easy step by step instructions on how to make moonshine from cereal using our Blue Ridge Still. Get your Blue Ridge Stovetop still here: https://www.howtomoonshine.co/collections/stovetop-moonshine-still-kit/products/5-gallon-stainless-steel-stovetop-moonshine-still-kit Find more recipes here: https://www.howtomoonshine.co/blogs/recipe
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#medievalcooking #eatmedieval #hippocras *This video is from my third day of the interactive online medieval cooking class called Eat Medieval (http://www.eatmedieval.com), an exciting collaboration between Durham University and the historic Blackfriars restaurant (http://www.Blackfriarsrestaurant.co.uk). This class mostly focused on sauces, particularly a collection of recently discovered sauces from the 12th century. These sauces are still the
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