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BREW Your Own - Magazine

  • 18-10-2016 12:25pm
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    Moderators, Recreation & Hobbies Moderators Posts: 10,900 mod Ponster


    I lived in the US until recently and spoilt in terms of choices of homebrew walk-in stores, places offering lessons and magazines. When I moved back to europe I was surprised to find that there wasn't a frequent homebrew magazine where I could read up on recipies and tips. Sure there's a whole lot out there on the 'net but I find that I pay more attention and get less distracted by a physical read.
    So I resubscribed to Brew Your Own which costs $45 for 8 print editions or $28 for the digital version.
    I mention this because last month they had a special on Irish beers with an article focusing on the history of brewing in Ireland and how it is that we ended up with just a couple of breweries controlling the market and a second article detailing the rise of homebrewing and microbrewing since 2013 to today. if anyone is interested in a scan of the articles then just PM me.


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  • Ponster wrote: »
    I lived in the US until recently and spoilt in terms of choices of homebrew walk-in stores, places offering lessons and magazines. When I moved back to europe I was surprised to find that there wasn't a frequent homebrew magazine where I could read up on recipies and tips. Sure there's a whole lot out there on the 'net but I find that I pay more attention and get less distracted by a physical read.
    So I resubscribed to Brew Your Own which costs $45 for 8 print editions or $28 for the digital version.
    I mention this because last month they had a special on Irish beers with an article focusing on the history of brewing in Ireland and how it is that we ended up with just a couple of breweries controlling the market and a second article detailing the rise of homebrewing and microbrewing since 2013 to today. if anyone is interested in a scan of the articles then just PM me.
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  • I'd be interested in the articles you mentioned anyway.




  • Me too please.




  • byo.com is a site I find myself browsing regularly (in fact I used this month's mead making article to good effect the other weekend). I keep threatening to subscribe... Sooner or later I'll get round to it! ;)




  • For those that are interested here are the articles...

    https://imgur.com/gallery/Cue0h


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  • God that Terry Foster article on Irish brewing history is terrible. I wish I could get paid for making up nonsense like that :D


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