Make Mead Like a Viking



Reading Make Mead Like A Viking Author Jereme Zimmerman Tanitiyor.us A Complete Guide To Using The Best Ingredients And Minimal Equipment To Create Fun And Flavorful BrewsAncient Societies Brewed Flavorful And Healing Meads, Ales, And Wines For Millennia Using Only Intuition, Storytelling, And Knowledge Passed Down Through Generations No Fancy, Expensive Equipment Or Degrees In Chemistry Needed In Make Mead Like A Viking, Homesteader, Fermentation Enthusiast, And Self Described Appalachian Yeti Viking Jereme Zimmerman Summons The Bryggjemann Of The Ancient Norse To Demonstrate How Homebrewing Mead Arguably The World S Oldest Fermented Alcoholic Beverage Can Be Not Only Uncomplicated But Fun Armed With Wild Yeast Bearing Totem Sticks, Readers Will Learn Techniques For Brewing Sweet, Semi Sweet, And Dry Meads, Melomels Fruit Meads , Metheglins Spiced Meads , Ethiopian T Ej, Flower And Herbal Meads, Braggots, Honey Beers, Country Wines, And Even Viking Grog, Opening The Mead Hall Doors To Further Experimentation In Fermentation And Flavor In Addition, Aspiring Vikings Will Explore The Importance Of Local And Unpasteurized Honey For Both Flavor And Health Benefits Why Modern Homebrewing Practices, Materials, And Chemicals Work But Aren T Necessary How To Grow And Harvest Herbs And Collect Wild Botanicals For Use In Healing, Nutritious, And Magical Meads, Beers, And Wines Hops Recent Monopoly As A Primary Brewing Ingredient And How To Use Botanicals Other Than Hops For Flavoring And Preserving Mead, Ancient Ales, And Gruits The Rituals, Mysticism, And Communion With Nature That Were Integral Components Of Ancient Brewing And Can Be For Modern Homebrewers, As Well Recommendations For Starting A Mead Circle To Share Your Wild Meads With Other Brewers As Part Of The Growing Mead Movement Subculture And Whether You Ve Been Intimidated By Modern Homebrewing S Cost Or Seeming Complexity In The Past And Its Focus On The Use Of Unnatural Chemicals Or Are Boldly Looking To Expand Your Current Brewing And Fermentation Practices, Zimmerman S Welcoming Style And Spirit Will Usher You Into Exciting New Territory Grounded In History And Mythology, But Like Odin S Ever Seeking Eye Focusing Continually On The Future Of Self Sufficient Food Culture, Make Mead Like A Viking Is A Practical And Entertaining Guide For The Ages.Make Mead Like a Viking

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  • Paperback
  • 240 pages
  • Make Mead Like a Viking
  • Jereme Zimmerman
  • 27 July 2017
  • 1603585982

10 thoughts on “Make Mead Like a Viking

  1. says:

    Of the four brewing books I ve read so far, this is the one that made me feel best about making mead He s very positive, has a lot of personality, and wants you to experiment and research to make mead in the best way for you He even recognizes that his way isn t the end all, be all of brewing methodologies Take everything you read with a grain of salt, including my own articles 103.He s very into wild fermentation and minimal sterilization, which I would like to dore...

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  3. says:

    Really enjoyable history and mythology on mead, as well as how to enjoy mead with gatherings and games I am only a beginner at brewing anything, but I would like to try thesecreative recipes in the future

  4. says:

    For a long time small batch mead hobbiest, this book was really interesting and delved into some areas of wild fermentation that up till now, were somewhat of a mystery Coming originally from a beer brewing background, I ve developed a lot of techniques and habits from that philosophy of brewing versus someone who comes from a wine background It has served me well in much of my previous mead experiences, but still, I was always curious about other techniques, especially those employed in agrar For a long time small batch mead hobbiest, this book was really interesting and delved into some areas of wild fermentation that up till now, were somewhat of a mystery Coming originally from a beer brewing background, I ve developed a lot of techniques and habits from that philosophy of brewing versus someone who comes from a wine background It has served me well in much of my previous mead experiences, but still, I was always curious about other techniques, especially those employed in agrarian societies and ...

  5. says:

    Perhaps I was drawn to this book because of the title I come from the standpoint of a beer brewer first and mead as a secondary starting curiosity His philosophy of brewing is a bit too willy nilly for me Nothing against his philosophy, just not for me This book had as much orto do with Norse history or topics of an ancillary nature Would have valuedtechnical discussions, issues and reasoning for mead making at the various stages His aversion to measurable stats ...

  6. says:

    This book was pretty informative and would definitely get you off on the right foot if you wanted to try your hand at this at home That being said, it wasn t terribly scientific or comprehensive, so you would probably want to move on from this to somethingin depth I don t have a recommendation on that front, because I haven t read any further on the subject Overall it was a good primer on making interesting, home made honey wines and has inspired me to further exploration Sidenote I w This book was pretty informative and would ...

  7. says:

    This gets the job of giving the history of and instructions on making mead without being boring I learned a lot and the tone of the author uses a gentle, don t worry about it tone I appreciated the last chapter on what is the equivalent to Viking bar games I just need to try some before invest...

  8. says:

    I m ready to make mead Very cool and low stress approach It appeals to me as someone who generally likes a natural approach I m excited too by how open ended it all is Makes me want to go foraging for random ingredients Still, I haven t actually made any yet using his techniques and reci...

  9. says:

    Good read I like the natural brewing techniques or wild brewing, but didn t gather a whole lot of info from the book All in all, it was well written, which goes a long way for me, but maybe would appeal to a person without familiarity with wild fermentation, .

  10. says:

    Loved all the history as well as the recipes and recommendations for commercial brews.

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