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The book I wrote about brewing your own beer at home:

Homebrewing - Volume IClick here to learn more about my book and how you can buy your very own copy of Homebrewing - Volume I

The most up-to-date errata for the first printing (1997). So far, the only error I've found in the second printing is that on page 177, you should change "3393.37" to "393.37" for the ppm of Na+ from 1g/liter of Sodium Chloride.

This is the coolest device to help enjoy a hockey game at home.

The Goal LightClick Here for The Goal Light(tm)

The SureScreen(tm)

The SureScreen(tm) is a device that I "invented" out of necessity. I had brewed a Porter in which I had added 8 pounds of blanched peaches. After a few weeks, I had about 4 gallons of pulp with about a half gallon of black liquid above it. I knew that there was a lot of Porter trapped in the pulp, but I had to figure out a way to separate the beer from the pulp. The screen I came up with what is now the SureScreen(tm). With it, I successfully siphoned 3 3/4 gallons of Peach Porter out of that bog.

Since that Peach Porter, I have used the SureScreen(tm) to build my mashtun and kettle, siphon out from under dryhops, and have put one on most of my Cornelius keg dip tubes (for dryhopping in the cask, without hop bits in the glass).

Click on the hyperlink above to find out more about the SureScreen(tm) and how you can buy your very own!

Photo-Mosaics: Choose from Beautiful Artistic Prints or Have One Custom-Made from Your Photos!

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Manuka Honey - Active 16+
From New Zealand

Manuka Honey is unique among honeys. While all honeys are known to impede the growth of bacteria due to the fact that they contain naturally occurring peroxides, Manuka Honey, has additional antibacterial properties. It makes a very interesting mead, which may provide health benefits beyond those already shown from the moderate consumption of fermented beverages.

Manuka Honey
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Cask-Conditioned Real Ale:

Coming soon:

  • My Favourite British Pubs (photos, stories...)
  • A Cellarmanship Primer
  • An Illustrated Guide to Using Handpumps for Serving from Cornelius Kegs

Photos of My Homebrewery

If I've judged one of your homebrewed beers at a competition and you would like to send me feedback (positive or negative) on how well I did, please click here:

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Brewery Tours:

(If you are unfamiliar with the process of brewing, begin with the Samuel Smith's tour which explains it.)

  • Samuel Smith's "The Old Brewery" -- Tadcaster, North Yorkshire, England
  • Traquair House -- Innerleithen, Peeblesshire, Scotland
  • Young & Co.'s "The Ram Brewery" -- Wandsworth, London, England

    Coming soon:

  • Cantillon Gueuze Brewery and Museum -- Anderlecht, Bruxelles, Belgium
  • Fuller's -- Wansworth, London, England
  • Shepherd Neame -- Faversham, Kent, England
  • Crouch Vale -- Woodham Ferrers, Chelmsford, Essex, England
  • Quicktime Video Brewery Tours
  • MORE!



      Also coming soon:

      • The BrewInfo Brewing Library
      • The Chicagoland Beer Tour
      • Judging sheets from dozens of commercial beers
      • The Internet Security and Spam-avoidance Page
      • Frequently Asked Questions and Answers on Beer and Brewing
      • Recipes
      • Book reviews
      • Beer magazine article reviews
      • Beer-related travel

      Email me at korz100 at yahoo dot com if you have questions, problems, comments or just want to chat...

      Great Beer/Brewing Links:

      The Real Ale Festival Webpage

      BeerMe! is an interesting site run by Richard "gak" Stueven, Brewmaster at Egan Brewing Company, De Pere, Wisconsin (formerly the tentative Brewmaster at The Moloka'i Brewing Company, Kaunakaikai, Hawaii).

      Jim Liddil's Biohazard Lambic Brewers' Page

      SkotRats logo goes here.SkotRat's Official Homebrew Beer Slut Webpage

      My Homebrew Club Links:



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      This site last updated: 9 August 2011