Beer is one of the oldest recorded recipes in the world. It was first written down around 4,000 years ago. If you're interested in this ancient hobby, you may be wondering where to start and what you need. To help you get started, we've gathered some tips on how to brew your own beer using a kit. Keep reading to learn more about how to make the best homemade beer.
Means Cork & Cap, a company in Clarion, Pennsylvania, has announced that they will be taking part in the “Clarion Cheers and Beers Walk” to take place on Friday, May 10, 2019. The walk is put on by the Clarion Area Chamber of Business and Industry and this will be the ninth annual walk.
Drinking wine dates back to the age of the Egyptians. Wine preservation was popular with religious groups, such as Christians and ancient Greeks, as far back as 4000 B.C. If you are interested in experimenting with the wine making process yourself, tap into your inner vintner and create a special vintage all on your own with these 7 tips to remember when using a wine kit at home.
From graduation celebrations to intimate gatherings, sparkling wine is a popular drink for a variety of occasions. But, with the many types to choose from, it can be difficult to pick just the perfect one. Just in time for the holidays, FTD has put together a guide to the most popular types of sparkling wine. They have included everything from the countries they originated in to the best types to gift them. They have even included suggested food pairings for the different types of dryness levels! Enjoy!
How many times have you found yourself standing in front of the wine section, whether it’s at your grocery store or local wine shop, struggling to find the perfect bottle of wine to go with dinner? From Tempranillo to Pinot Noir, and from Sauvignon Blanc to Pinot Grigio, how does one even begin to narrow down the choices? That’s why FTD created an herb and wine pairing guide to help you choose the perfect bottle based on your favorite herbs. Did you know that a nice fruity Zinfandel pairs perfectly with basil? If you prefer whites, then a crisp [...]