hist-brewing: Medieval brewing assistance needed!

Jerry J Harder mastergoodwine at juno.com
Mon Dec 6 20:54:31 PST 1999


I would disagree on the not boiling Idea.  I've come across recipes
suggesting not to boil but the source indicates that it ( not boiling) is
clearly unconventional.

Master Gerald Goodwine


On Thu, 2 Dec 1999 18:10:30 -0600 "Sean Richens" <srichens at sprint.ca>
writes:
>As Brokk said, Cindy Renfrow is the nexus for the best historical 
>brewing
>info.  Look down the following link for two articles on mediaeval and
>Elizabethan brewing.  When you find the one that tells you not to 
>boil,
>you've got the right article:
>
>http://members.aol.com/renfrowcm/links.html
>
>By the way, the clarity of beers made with buckbean is not 
>exaggerated!
>
>Sean
>
>----------
>> From: Sarah Wakely <sarwak at hotmail.com>
>> To: hist-brewing at pbm.com
>> Subject: hist-brewing: Medieval brewing assistance needed!
>> Date: December 2, 1999 4:42
>> 
>> To the knowledgeable members of this list...
>> Help! I am a member of a UK war of the roses re-enactment group, and 
>I 
>> really need to find out some information about authentic medieval 
>ale 
>> brewing - in other words, how can I do it as our ancestors (circa 
>late
>15th 
>> century) would have done? Does anyone know any good links that might 
>be
>able 
>> to help me, or does anyone have any advice?
>> Regards to you all,
>> Sarah
>> 

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