Apple wine almost ready for bottling! #Harvest #Fall #Homewinemaker #Fruitwine
Happy Friday! No steak? No beefing if you've got Senate beer! Fun WWII advertisement that mentions rationing. The Christian Heurich Brewing Company, of Senate Beer fame, was founded in the 1870s and operated out of Foggy Bottom in Washington, D.C. It quickly became the largest brewer in D.C. Operations expanded under the founder, Christian Heurich, who... Continue Reading →
When you head toward the woods, good coffee must go along. Every camper knows that. Life in the open lacks zest without good coffee. Lots of other things may be left out of the duffel, for lightness; but good coffee always is included. Man alive, it's important!
How to Make Ginger Wine. Today's post is an update on the ginger wine project started back in January. Backstory: Ginger wine is traditionally made from ginger and raisins and first appeared in Britain in the 1740s. The wine can be fortified with brandy or cognac, or even diluted with lemonade. An interesting historical note:... Continue Reading →
What if he has discriminating tastes? Happy Monday! Okay, folks. I'm going to take issue with national coffee week, which our cousins across the pond get to enjoy - for an entire week - while we here in the U.S. get a measly national coffee day. Only one day??? Is that any way to pay homage... Continue Reading →
If you have: headaches, insomnia, indigestion, or sluggishness, then coffee will help! Notabene - Postum is caffeine free.
6 Rules for Making Coffee: Keep your Coffee fresh Measure carefully Use grounds only once Boil the water Serve at once Scour the Coffee-pot
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