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  • Tepache

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    Fermentation is one of the oldest methods of cooking in human civilization, and examples can be found in each and every bed of civilization across the world. Even when narrowed to the scope of fermented, grain-based beverages, the process is nigh-universal. Ignoring the centuries upon centuries of brewing innovations and traditions from Asia and the Early Americas is to ignore the history of beer itself.

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  • Ginger Beer

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    Many people interested in the hobby of homebrewing are often dismayed by the upfront cost. Getting a large enough kettle, fermentation buckets, airlocks, and the bare essentials, on top of ingredients, is a large, upfront investment for a curiosity; however, it doesn't have to be that way. Home fermentation can be easy and cheap, and it'll give you some room to grow into the hobby with small, incremental investments.

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  • Arminius WinterAle

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    Over the years I've spent as a dungeon master, I have only had a handful of opportunities to play in a campaign on my own. Several years ago, my friend Ben had decided to try life out behind the screen, and asked me to play a character that could babysit a party of newbies. Happy to oblige, I created a prim, proper, and morally inflexible paladin by the name Arminius Wintergale.

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  • Bach(elor) Brew

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    As you've probably come to realize, 99.99% of our brewing is about us. After all, if we're going through the work, we had better enjoy the fruits of our labors. That being said, on the odd occasion, we do brew for our friends too. In this edition of Wall Brew, we brewed for one of my friends from way back when in high school.

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