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Hooch

Hooch

Simplified Brewing, Winemaking, and Infusing at Home

For anyone who has considered brewing a batch of beer or mead at home, or making a custom barrel of wine with local fruit, this thorough guide will clear a path to the bottle. It demystifies the process: from planting hops and fruits to pruning, harvesting, fermenting, flavoring, and bottling one-of-a-kind drinks from your own backyard. It serves as a starting point not only for wines and beers, but also hard ciders, meads, and infusions, and even touches on at-home distilling


Perfect for the city-dweller, urban gardener, or anyone with limited space and a desire to make custom concoctions, Hooch offers projects to suit any lifestyle. With recipes for brews made from grapes, hops, and herbs, DIY boozers will find everything they need to begin a brewing journey.


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Genre: Cooking / Cooking / Beverages / Alcoholic

On Sale: May 28th 2013

Price: $14.99

Page Count: 208

ISBN-13: 9780762448296

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Praise

Good Spirit News
“Looking to create your own beer, wine and spirits at home? Look no further…[T]he directions by Mr. Meyer, make it all seem quite simple. The section on resources is highly recommended.”

Cleveland.com
“It's hard not to at least pick up and peruse a book called "Hooch"…Brewers with an organic sense, adventurous palate and love of gardening might be interested.”

Bookpage
“Whether it's a way to make cider from apples, mead from honey, or gin infused with rose hips, Meyer is still at it, at the still, distilling step-by-step knowledge into inebriating wisdom.”