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Draught beer is the dream of many home brewers who aim to serve their beer as it is done in pubs. This is a basic procedure to follow for carbonating and serving beer from post-mix soft drink kegs, let’s get this done!

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Brewing beer has been said to be part science and part art. There is a precise and calculated aspect to the process but at the same time the “rules” and any possible confines can be hazy, presenting grounds for personal interpretation and the creation of a truly unique beer. Sounds like it could be difficult, right? Well, it's not!

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Tomato season is approaching, and we are excited about it as usual! Making Passata at home is a very popular end of summer activity for an ever-growing number of people, not only from Mediterranean backgrounds. It is very easy and very quick, depending on the amount of tomatoes you are processing and the equipment you are using.

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We know you’re as excited as we were on our first sausage project, but before getting started it’s important to get familiar with all the equipment and read carefully.

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Have you ever heard of Kombucha? Or the list of benefits of it? Is it a wine? or a tea? Well it’s simple as this: Kombucha is a type of tea that has been fermented. This makes it a good source of probiotics, which have many health benefits.

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Homemade Vinegar

29/10/20 8:23 PM

Easy recipe to start your vinegar, after getting your Artisan's Vinegar Culture.

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Salami Artisans Bottega

1/06/19 5:53 PM

Salami season is here again! When Melbourne winter weather kicks in, people start to get together in enthusiastic and organized groups of keen salami makers, ready to mince, fill casings and hang their newly made product over entire weekends....

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How to make Sparkling Wine

3/03/19 2:21 PM

Looking for bubbles in your palate? Then sparkling wine is what you are looking for. Now that you have explored all our other blogs on red, white and rosé wine, go ahead and try to make some delicious sparkling wine.

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How to make Rose

2/03/19 3:15 PM

A Rosé is a type of wine too. It incorporates some of the color from the grape skins, but not enough to qualify it as a red wine. A connoisseur knows how different this wine can be in taste, appearance and method of preparation. Rosé is also known as rosato in Italy.Read More
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How to make White Wine

2/03/19 2:39 PM

White wine can be made with either white or red grapes. The major difference between white and red wine is that white wines are fermented without the grape skins. Read our blog to know how white wine can be made in a few, simple steps!

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