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Brewer's Garden Licorice Root for Brewing
Do not confuse the flavor of licorice with that of anise, which...
Do not confuse the flavor of licorice with that of anise, which is not related & is quite different when tasted side by side. Licorice has been used for everything from cough remedies to ulcer cures. The root imparts a very characteristic flavor & is surprisingly sweet. It contains glycyrrhizin, a substance 50 times sweeter than sugar, & is often ad...
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Brewer's Garden Indian Sarsaparilla for Brewing
The herb takes its name from the Spanish "sarza" meaning a bram...
The herb takes its name from the Spanish "sarza" meaning a bramble, & "parilla", a vine. It is a misconception that sarsaparilla is the primary flavor of the beverage bearing its name. Refreshing sarsaparilla is made from a root beer type base to which has been added several of many roots & herbs. The sarsaparilla herb was originally added to beverages ...
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Brewer's Garden Cardamom Seed for Brewing
Cardamom is a distinctive spice from the same family as ginger....
Cardamom is a distinctive spice from the same family as ginger. Its flavor, which has been described as a "spicy cola", combines well with coriander, cumin & orange, & often all are used together in specialty Belgian & Holiday Style beer.
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Brewer's Garden Sweet Gale for Brewing
temporarily out of stockAlso called "Bog Myrtle" & "Badge o...
temporarily out of stockAlso called "Bog Myrtle" & "Badge of the Campbells", Sweet Gale is a deciduous shrub with fragrant wood & leaves found abundantly in the Northern Hemisphere especially on the Scottish moors & bogs. It has been used as a substitute for hops in Yorkshire in a beer named appropriately "Gale Beer". The seeds & leaves have als...
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Brewer's Garden Paradise Seeds for Brewing
Also called "Grains of paradise", "Guinea grains" & "Melegu...
Also called "Grains of paradise", "Guinea grains" & "Melegueta pepper", these small seeds look like cardamom but have a character all their own. The spice is native to West Africa & during medieval times was used to flavor food. Paradise seed has also been used as a pepper substitute. While it does have a peppery zing, it also has notes of citrus & ...
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Brewer's Garden Rose Hips for Brewing
Used in wines, teas, specialty beer & confections, rose hip...
Used in wines, teas, specialty beer & confections, rose hips are a versatile fruit/herb. Rich in vitamin C, the rose hip shells with the seeds removed are the best type to use for wine as seeds can add undesirable tannins.
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Brewer's Garden Juniper Berries for Brewing
Usually known as the principal flavoring in gin, it is also use...
Usually known as the principal flavoring in gin, it is also used to flavor beer & other beverages. Native Americans have utilized juniper berries for their healing powers & to relieve arthritis. In folk lore, juniper planted outside a front door kept out witches who had to correctly count its needles before entering the house.When it is best to crush op...
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Brewer's Garden Wintergreen Leaves for Brewing
While many people confuse wintergreen with mint, they are not r...
While many people confuse wintergreen with mint, they are not related in any way. Wintergreen has long been used as an herbal remedy for arthritis, swollen joints & sore muscles. It goes by many names: teaberry, checkerberry, dearberry, spiceberry, boxberry, & even a tea party. The latter refers to its use during the American Revolution as a substitute ...
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Brewer's Garden Dried Elderberries for Brewing
Native to the British Isles, the small dark colored elderberry ...
Native to the British Isles, the small dark colored elderberry makes an excellent "port" style wine. The appearance of berries on the bushes is said to have signaled farmers when to sow their wheat. Elderberries are also reputed to have been used to make one of the first black hair dyes in ancient Greece.
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Brewer's Garden Dried Elderflowers for Brewing
These natural wonders are good for the outside as well as the i...
These natural wonders are good for the outside as well as the inside. Elderflowers infused in creams have been used to soften skin, smooth wrinkles, fade freckles & soothe sunburn. They can be used on their own for making wine or can be added to elderberry wine to enhance flavor. On their own, they produce a wine compared to a muscatel. Hot elderflower tea,...
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