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The REAL ginger beer recipe!
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Nice stuff - are the straps laser cut? Curious how you get good repeatable results
there's a few different colour compounds, each colour usually relates to the grit. Honing compounds rubbed on leather/jeans greatly increase the level of sharpeness you can achieve.
Excellent work, good clear photos and good detail on the finishes. You've given me some nice tips, thanks.
Hi Tim! Congratulations for your concerns! Please tell me your opinion if it seems reliable source: ebay.com, seller 123.lakelands-Cliffoney, Ireland, which selling GBP for 10$ ? The product is much like water kefir! It is not like that? Thank you.
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So is this the same SCOBY used in making kombucha?
Actually, that is the way a ginger beer plant is started. I have some rather old beer and wine making books and every one states the same method of creating your own ginger beer plant. There is no mention of this rabid scientific interest though :( Anyway, the ginger beer plant is indeed a yeast colony with other living cultures mixed in it. If you think about it there has to be yeast somewhere for the fermentation process to happen. Yeast eats sugar, grows and excretes carbon dioxide with a by product of alcohol being created. It is perfectly possible to make ginger beer with either bread yeast, beer yeast or champagne yeast. Use a bread yeast and the brew may taste somewhat yeasty. Beer yeast is probably the best to start your own ginger beer plant with as wine or champagne yeast is more highly tolerant of alcohol and you could end up with a way too potent a brew; not really what you want with ginger beer.
Would you mind more pictures and details on the motor? I have everything else figured out but that part is still kicking me.
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