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De to tørstige gartnere står i spidsen for en hjemmebryg revolution!Richard Hood og Nick Moyle forklarer hvordan du kan skabe dine egne lækre alkoholiske drikke overraskende hurtigt, nemt og uden at det koster en formue. Ud fra deres to passioner - alkohol og havedyrkning - vil de to kendte engelske "Tørstige Gartnere" inspirere dig til at forvandle en overskudshøst i din have, et besøg på en frugtplantage eller et besøg i et supermarked til et fantastisk udvalg af drinks.Fra pære- og ingefærcider og vikingeøl til hindbær- og timian-whisky og limoncello, vil de 70 opskrifter i "Bryg det selv" bringe dit hjemmebryg til nye højder.Bogen gennemgår hovedtrækkene i hver drinks fremgangsmåde, afliver myter, hylder eksperimenterer og viser den ufarlige videnskab bag fermentering. Tag med på deres hjemmebrygs-odysse
Easy-to-follow recipes that teach you how to collect naturally sourced ingredients - including berries, roots, seeds, leaves and flowers - for brewing your own blends and special infusions.
<b>Old-Time Mountain Song</b> <br><br>There''s a place in Tennessee, just across the line, <br>No one ever goes up there, it''s too rough a climb, <br>You won''t find the name or place wrote on any map, <br>Folks down here ''round Shelton''s Trace calls it White Oak Flats. <br><br>Hazel Taylor was my wife, and I loved her so, <br>We was married on Shelton''s Trace, fifteen years ago, <br>Now I lie here all alone, wonderin'' on the past, <br>Wonderin'' why she left our home to go to White Oak Flats. <br><br>I don''t know how he looked at her, I don''t know what he said, <br>I don''t know what he could have done, to turn poor Hazel''s head, <br>Never in her darkest hour, could she imagine that, <br>She''d agree to go with him, up to White Oak Flats. <br><br>I can see the rocky trail up the mountain side, <br>I can see poor Hazel, now, lying by his side, <br>Folks down here still talks about how it come to pass, <br>Nothing but the silence now, up on White Oak Flats <br><hr><br>Hazel Tighrow is a woman born far back in the Appalachian Mountains, in the early decades of the Twentieth Century. who explodes all the stereotypes. Where she "should" be an unlettered drudge, ready to marry young, and produce ten children, she is, instead, a reflective, self-taught, well-read, and sensitive young woman, who desperately wants the freedom to grow into herself. <br><br>Still, because she is so aware, she knows whence she comes, and tries to fit-in as best she can. She eventually marries a caring young man, George Taylor, and does what she can to settle-in to the life of the mountains. <br><br>Listen to the author''s recording of the White Oak Flats song played on a fretless gourd-banjo, in the old two-finger style on <a target="_blank" href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=no-jwX_yw1Y">YouTube</a>. <br><br>
A home brew revolution is underway. No longer the preserve of 70s throwbacks, a new wave of booze-makers are brewing, fermenting and infusing in their home kitchens, making an exciting array of alcoholic drinks.Brew it Yourself is a collection of more than 75 homegrown brewing recipes, sure to put a fizz back into this popular pastime by adding a modern twist to some old favourites and introducing whole new range of drinks to tantalise the taste buds. Combining two of their passions alcohol and gardening authors Richard Hood and Nick Moyle (the Two Thirsty Gardeners) take special care to explain the importance of the ingredients in each of their recipes whether grown in the garden, foraged in the wild or bought from their local supermarket. With drinks ranging from a classic elderflower sparkle to homemade absinthe, Richard and Nick bring the art of brewing back to earth. They'll tell you how to turn surplus fruit harvests into amazing wines and liqueurs; introduce you to the ancient arts of mead and cider making; guide you through some easy beer recipes, from hop packed IPAs to a striking Viking ale; use surprising ingredients such as lavender and nettles for some fun sparkling drinks; and take you on a world booze cruise that includes a Mexican pineapple tepache, Scandinavian mulled glogg and Finnish lemon sima. Brew it Yourself also debunks myths, celebrates experimentation and takes the fear out of the science of fermentation. It proves that creating your own tasty alcoholic drinks doesn't need to be complicated, doesn't need to be costly and, most importantly, can be a whole lot of fun.