Why? Because you can! And pickle, and jam, or otherwise celebrate the resurgence of the domestic arts our forebears held so dear. Put on your best apron and step into our kitchen, won't you?
It's finally time to bottle and, more importantly, drink your cider! Check out the final installment of the how-to series.
How to gather roots of the wild sassafras tree to make true old-fashioned root beer.
There are traditions of making fruit beers all over the world. Raspberries, cherries, peaches, pumpkins, blueberries- just about every fruit has made it’s way into a wirt kettle at some point. However, I have never seen a cantaloupe beer....
One of the easiest fermentations - it only requires minimal monitoring and some patience but the end product is well worth the wait!
Your cider has finished fermenting, so now what? More importantly, when can you drink it? Learn what comes next in Part 2 of Making Hard Cider.
Love kombucha but hate the price? Save by learning to brew your own at home. This detailed tutorial will walk you through the steps and show you how to grow your own scoby.
This tea-based fermented beverage not only tastes delicious, but can easily be made in your own kitchen at a fraction of the store-bought price!
Looking for another way (perhaps much more fun way) to enjoy fall apple goodness throughout the year? Learn how to make your own hard cider.
I took foraged dandelion roots and combined them with hollyhock roots, honey and maple syrup to make a root beer.
Making Kobucha is easy, affordable, and delicious. What's not to love? All you need is black tea, sugar, and a mother and you're good to go. Here's how.