Sustainable Homebrewing gift pack
Sustainable Homebrewing: An All-Organic Approach to Crafting Great Beer
In Sustainable Homebrewing there are chapters on the whys and hows of organic brewing, equipment purchasing considerations, complete coverage of organic ingredients (what makes them different, how to get them, and how to make substitutions), and more than 30 recipes for all levels of expertise. Readers will learn how to brew sustainably by growing the ingredients themselves, recycling water, using solar energy, and achieving zero waste. For the serious home brewer, there are also sections on developing new recipes, tips for honing competition skills, and a tasting guide to different beer styles.
About Amelia Slayton Loftus
Amelia Slayton brewed her first batch of organic beer in 1995 and has won many local and national homebrewing awards. In 1997, she co-founded Seven Bridges Cooperative, the country’s only cooperatively owned, certified organic homebrew supply store and was intimately involved with the day-to-day business until 2011. She now concentrates on writing and homesteading full-time. She lives in Santa Cruz, California.
THE TEA TOWEL:
The “homebrew beer + cheer” tea towel is inspired by the joy of making things from scratch and provides information on a range of options for how you too can make your own at home.
ISSUE 10 – PIP PERMACULTURE MAGAZINE
Issue 10 features articles about :
The retrosuburbia movement and how you can better achieve a work/life balance.
Hear from refugee gardeners across the country, visit some amazing permaculture properties (including our very own Pip HQ), and get the low-down on tomato preserving.
There are growing tips to suit your climate, with advice on small spaces and a look at verge gardening as well.
You can also get crafty, whipping up some natural hair products and plastic-free solutions, or make new friends with your own street library.