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brewing

The manufacture of alcoholic beverages (e.g., beer) from malted grain fermentation.
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brewing

the preparation of beer, ale and lager by FERMENTATION from grains such as barley, rice and corn. YEASTS ferment the sugars into ETHANOL and CARBON DIOXIDE. Hops are added to impart a bitter flavour.
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And when brew day rolled around it was all hands on deck, with the team members joining fellow women from the craft brewing industry lending a hand to get the brewing process started.
The new cold brewed teas feature The Coffee Bean & Tea Leafs Scottish Breakfast black tea, which is steeped cold for five hours.
"The benefits of this Collaboration Brew Day is that women in brewing get an opportunity to share some of the different features of their brewing systems, various brewing techniques, experiences and formulating important connections and support among other women in the industry," says Frances Antonio-Martineau, FemAle Brew Fest Founder, Pink Boots Society and Fort Lauderdale Girls Pint Out, chapter leader.
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The ideal way to drink nitro cold brew is black; it needs no added flavor.
Speaking to the Star, Bumba said the samples of the brew had been taken to government chemist for analysis.
Coffee aficionados can customise their cold brew by adding vanilla or caramel flavours, further enhancing the taste of the slow brewed, single-origin roast, that is not only on ice but also on trend.
daily, but primarily beer is brewed and sold for off-site consumption.
On the heels of more sophisticated home espresso and cappuccino machines and ready-to-drink (RTD) coffees comes one of the newest iterations of coffee: cold brew.
Head brewer Paul Spencer said: "Due to the fantastic demand for Rat Beers we already hit our thousandth brew since brewing commenced in late 2011.
The expansion will allow the brewery to create new recipes and brew larger batches of its core beers.
Even with the exploding availability of commercial craft beer, Whitney Hess and Mark Rockwood still like to brew their own.