make mead like a viking


No.ISBN : 9781603585989
Author : Jereme Zimmerman
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Publisher : Chelsea Green Publishing
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No.ISBN : 9781603587662
Author : Jereme Zimmerman
Genre : Cooking
Publisher : Chelsea Green Publishing
Copyright Year : 2018-09-13
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DESCRIPTION : Experimentation, mystery, resourcefulness, and above all, fun—these are the hallmarks of brewing beer like a Yeti. Since the craft beer and homebrewing boom of the late twentieth and early twenty-first centuries, beer lovers have enjoyed drinking and brewing a vast array of beer styles. However, most are brewed to accentuate a single ingredient—hops—and few contain the myriad herbs and spices that were standard in beer and gruit recipes from medieval times back to ancient people’s discovery that grain could be malted and fermented into beer. Like his first book, Make Mead Like a Viking, Jereme Zimmerman’s Brew Beer Like a Yeti returns to ancient practices and ingredients and brings storytelling, mysticism, and folklore back to the brewing process, including a broad range of ales, gruits, bragots, and other styles that have undeservingly taken a backseat to the IPA. Recipes inspired by traditions around the globe include sahti, gotlandsdricka, oak bark and mushroom ale, wassail, pawpaw wheat, chicha de muko, and even Neolithic “stone” beers. More importantly, under the guidance of “the world’s only peace-loving, green-living Appalachian Yeti Viking,” readers will learn about the many ways to go beyond the pale ale, utilizing alternatives to standard grains, hops, and commercial yeasts to defy the strictures of style and design their own brews.


No.ISBN : 9780762463596
Author : Fred Minnick
Genre : Cooking
Publisher : Hachette UK
Copyright Year : 2018-06-12
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DESCRIPTION : With fantastical narratives, home-brewing instructions, and original craft cocktail recipes, Mead is the ultimate exploration of the resurgent alcoholic beverage that is nearly as old as time itself. Beloved by figures as diverse as Queen Elizabeth and Thor, the Vikings and the Greek gods, mead is one of history's most storied beverages. But this mixture of fermented honey isn't just a relic of bygone eras -- it's experiencing a cultural renaissance, taking pride of place in trendy cocktail bars and craft breweries across the country. Equal parts quirky historical narrative, DIY manual, and cocktail guide, Mead is a spirited look at the drink that's been with us even longer than wine. Mead gives readers a fascinating introduction to the rich story of this beloved beverage -- from its humble beginnings to its newfound popularity, along with its vital importance in seven historic kingdoms: Greece, Rome, the Vikings, Poland, Ethiopia, England, and Russia. Pairing a quirky, historical narrative with real practical advice, beverage expert Fred Minnick guides readers through making 25 different types of mead, as well as more than 50 cocktails, with recipes from some of the country's most sought-after mixologists.


No.ISBN : 1565237838
Author : Bryan Acton
Genre : Cooking
Publisher : Fox Chapel Publishing Company Incorporated
Copyright Year : 2013
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DESCRIPTION : Once the drink of choice for Viking marauders and medieval kings, mead is enjoying a renaissance in popularity. The "nectar of the gods" is easy to make at home. This practical guidebook will inspire you to take up the craft, with a basic guide to mead-making techniques plus 43 recipes for brewing the world's oldest alcoholic beverage. Discover how to make different types of mead like fruit-flavored melomels, grape-based pyments, spiced metheglins, and apple cysers.


No.ISBN : 0778720446
Author : Hazel Richardson
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
Publisher : Crabtree Publishing Company
Copyright Year : 2005
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DESCRIPTION : Ages 8 to 14 years. Known for their courage on the battlefield and as masters of the sea, the Vikings spread out from their native Scandinavia to Greenland, North Africa, parts of Central Asia, and even Canada. Despite the fact that their heyday was short-lived, the Vikings left behind fragments of a culture that still fascinate children and adults alike. This exciting new book shows children what Viking life was really like. Topics include: the raiding season: individual and community preparation, targets of raids; ship building, navigation, and life at sea daily life in the long house and the care of homesteads while the men were away; seasonal festivals and their feasts; rule by local chieftains; pagan myths and legends, such as the; Valkyries, and the arrival of Christianity.


No.ISBN : 0027263177
Author : Hazel Martell
Genre : Cooking, Medieval
Publisher : New Discovery
Copyright Year : 1995
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DESCRIPTION : Discusses food, farming, fishing, hunting, drinking, cooking, and feasts among the Vikings


No.ISBN : UVA:X006090779
Author : W. Hodding Carter
Genre : Historical reenactments
Publisher : Ebury Press
Copyright Year : 2000-09-01
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No.ISBN : 9789049985189
Author : Walter Satterthwait
Genre : Fiction
Publisher : Overamstel Uitgevers
Copyright Year : 2012-04-10
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DESCRIPTION : After an attack on his lover, Croft scours New Mexico for vengeance Ever since a bullet smashed her spine, detective Joshua Croft has tried to entice Rita Mondragón away from her house. For years the response from his boss and unrequited love has been the same: “I’ll go into town when I can walk there.” When she is finally strong enough to walk, their relationship blossoms into love. Rita and Croft are basking on the patio outside her mountain home when a helicopter swoops overhead. A single rifle shot erupts, and Rita is struck down again. After hours in the operating room, the surgeons are able to remove the bullet from Rita’s brain, leaving her comatose but stable. As she fights to wake up, Croft starts on the trail for the gunman. Avenging Rita will require him to look back into their past, to the beginnings of their relationship, and the birth of a love that is too young to die.


No.ISBN : 9781442608702
Author : Angus A. Somerville
Genre : History
Publisher : University of Toronto Press
Copyright Year : 2014-09-22
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DESCRIPTION : In assembling, translating, and arranging over a hundred primary source readings, Somerville and McDonald successfully illuminate the Vikings and their world for twenty-first-century students and instructors. The diversity of the Viking Age is brought to life through the range of sources presented, and the geographical and chronological coverage of these readings. The Norse translations, many of them new to this collection, are straightforward and easily accessible, and the chapter introductions contextualize the readings while allowing the sources to speak for themselves. The second edition of this popular reader has been revised and reorganized into fourteen chapters. Nearly twenty sources have been added, including material on children, games and entertainment, and runic inscriptions, as well as new readings on the martyrdom of Alfeah, the life of Saint Findan, and the martyrdom of Saint Edmund. The reader can be paired for classroom use with its companion volume, The Vikings and Their Age, authored by Somerville and McDonald. Together, these books provide comprehensive coverage for a course on the Vikings. Additional resources, such as a detailed bibliography and instructions on reading skaldic poetry, can be found on the History Matters website (www.utphistorymatters.com).


No.ISBN : IND:30000096197425
Author : Elizabeth B. Miller
Genre : Education
Publisher : Libraries Unlimited
Copyright Year : 2000
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DESCRIPTION : In this best-selling educational standard, Miller describes more than 1,500 of the most useful Web sites for educators and students. Organized by subject area and thoroughly indexed, the book offers hundreds of new sites, and all previous listings have been revised as needed. With its curriculum-driven organization, online updates, and straightforward instructions, this guide is simply the best Internet directory available for educators.