Print this coupon and present at time of purchase. Coupon expires August 31st, 2011. Actual appointment to make your wine can be August or September of 2011. One coupon per customer. Not valid with any other offer. For details and a list of wines available click here: The Wine Workshop at Lancaster Homebrew
price is same as before: $49.95
Learn how to make your own beer. It’s fun, easy, and affordable! From 10am to noon. Email us or call to join in!
I’ve got some more used Cornelius kegs for sale. They are 49.95 a piece.
Braming Cross 5%AA It has a very distinctive ‘American’ aroma. It is often used as a general-purpose kettle hop for a small proportion of the hop grist. However, the variety has also been used to provide a special fruity character in traditional ales, adding blackcurrant and lemon notes. If used as a late hop or
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Email me with your order by Tuesday, July 26th. There is a $50 deposit with order, please call and we’ll take payment by credit card. Remainder will be due when you pick up your wine kit. Chocolate Raspberry Port – $109.50 Blackberry Port – $109.50 Okanagan Peach Icewine – $109.50 preorder two or more and
.75 lb – Crystal 60L .25 lb – Crystal 120L 7 lb – Light LME 2 lb – Light DME 1oz – Magnum (60 min. boil, 14 HBU) 1 oz – Magnum (last 15 min) 1 tsp – Irish Moss (last 10 min) 1oz – Magnum (last 5 min) 1oz – Hallertau (last 5 min) American
Mount Hope BrewFest draws folks from far, near Sunday News May 06, 2011 09:24 Manheim By MICHAEL C. UPTON, Correspondent Media Center Home-brewed beer will be the order of the day at BrewFest. It may be more than 10,000 miles from Adelaide, South Australia, to central Pennsylvania, but that won’t stop Aussie Steve Wilkins from
recipe for one gallon (just times it by how many gallons you want to make) .5 lb of dandelion flowers ( just the yellow part – I used a sharp scissors and cut the green base of the flower off – it takes alot of time but is worth it! ) 1 lb – golden raisins (chopped)