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~We Need Judges to evaluate the Clark County Fair beer and wine!

We need YOU to help Judge the Beer and Wine!

The Clark County Fair Beer and Wine exhibition does not happen without a large number of judges.  We will need about 60 dedicated beer lovers to judge the beer and about 45 dedicated wine lovers to judge the wine.

We will judge the beer on Tuesday, July 29th, from 6 pm to about 9 pm at Bader Beer & Wine Supply.  We will judge the wine on Wednesday, July 30th, again from 6 pm to 9 pm at Bader Beer & Wine Supply.

~Corny Keg Carbonating Instructions

 

Corny Keg Carbonating Instructions

By Steve Bader

How To Make Wine With Vinefera (wine) Grapes

Wine Making With

Fresh Grapes
 

Equipment  needed for a 5 gallon batch
        
1 – 6 to 8 Gallon plastic primary fermenter (12 gallon if making red wine to accomdate the "cap")
1 – 5 Gallon Glass Carboy (secondary fermenter)
Large Mesh Bag or Fruit Press
Cylinder Airlock and rubber cork with hole for airlock (bung)
Fermtech Auto-Siphon, 4 feet siphon hose & shut off clamp
Hydrometer (to measure sugar content & determine alcohol content)

~Clark County Fair Beer & Wine Exhibition Information - 2014

2014 Clark County Fair Beer and Wine Exhibition 

This year Bader Beer and Wine Supply is again the drop off point for entries in the Clark County Fair Open Class Exhibition.

Wine Making from Kits

In this handout I will inform you of the basics of wine making when using either the boxed wine kits from RJ Spagnols or Winexpert.  With these basics you should be able to go on your merry way producing the wine of your choice.  The instructions for the 2 companies are slightly different, so be sure to read the instructions for the kit you are making.

~High Gravity Brewing

We all love high alcohol beers (well, most of us anyway). Imperial IPA’s, Barleywine, Belgian Dubbels, Winter seasonals, etc. But how do you properly make these beers? High gravity brewing, or the making of high alcohol beer, requires a bit more care than regular strength beer. Many homebrewers want to make these beers, but do not understand the extra care required to successfully make these beers. This article will address the major points to be aware of in high gravity brewing, so you can be more successful with your high gravity beers.

~Instructions for making your 1st Beer!

Homebrewing Made Easy - Instructions for 1st time brewers

This brewing guide is designed to help the 1st time brewer make his or her first batch of beer.   I am trying to keep it short and with as few "beer" words as possible.  I will be emphasizing the basics of Homebrewing, but not going into the details of why it is done this way.   If you want to know more, I suggest reading "The New Complete Joy Of Homebrewing" by Charlie Papazian, or take our Beginning Brewing Class.

~Brewing better beer with Malt Extract

Summary of article published, October 2002 Brew Your Own Magazine

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