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Groennfell Meadery is Vermont’s premier craft meadery. Inspired by Old Norse legends, brewed with extraordinary ingredients, Groennfell’s meads are unlike anything you’ve had before. Crisp,...
Quick Guide To Brewing Beer With Herbs | E. C. Kraus
Brewing beer with herbs is just one more way to explore the creative side of brewing. By adding herbs to beers you can create a whole new world of beers.
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Long Hall with fire pit. Perhaps for outdoor winter parties... Of course, I think the walls might need to be a bit tighter, and the whole building temporary, so as not to piss off "the man." Or the neighbors.
Humans Have Been Drinking Alcohol for at Least 11,000 Years
People have been drinking alcohol in social settings for at least as early as the dawn of civilization, stretching back to around 11,000 years ago.
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Bienenstich (The Viking Honey Cake)
The bienenstich, which in German translates to "bee sting," is a delicious dessert, but I am reluctant to call it a "cake." It's made on a yeasty sweet bread, you see, and is a little more savory than you'd expect for something you'd give to someone for their birthday. What it loses sweetness in the…
Norwegian ale bowl - A Interior Design
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An Italian drawing of Marco Polo's caravan from 1375. For 300 years, historians have argued that Marco Polo did not really visit China, but had fabricated his journeys based on the information from his trips to the Black Sea, Constantinople and Persia and from talking to merchants. Now University of Tübingen Sinologist Hans Ulrich Vogel says he believes Polo. In his new book, Marco Polo was in China: New Evidence from Currencies, Salts and Revenues, Vogel presents a comprehensive review of…