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Composting needs very little water. In fact, all that is needed is moisture. The bacteria underneath will do all of the work. You can always add some yeast, milk and rice to the top to use fermentation to speed up the process.

Jan 14, 2014 | Conair Garden

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What are the basic signs that fermentation of my homebrew is happening? It has been 24 hours and nothing seems to have changed.


It's very hard to tell just by looking at a beer that it is actually fermenting, so don't panic if it doesn't seem to be any different to you. But some of the basic signs of fermentation are;

Bubbling

Yeast residue floating to the surface

Feb 21, 2013 | Crafts & Hobbies

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What will happen if I bottle my beer before its fully fermented? Is it dangerous?


It's really important that fermentation is complete before you start the bottling process for the following reasons:

If beer is put in the fridge before fermentation is complete, it will continue to ferment albeit at a very slow rate.

If you then take it out the fridge, active fermentation will re-start.

This could lead to bad beer, burst bottles and even injury, so be really sure that fermentation is finished before you start your bottling.

Feb 21, 2013 | Crafts & Hobbies

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I dont think my beer has started fermenting. What should I do?


First of all don't panic. You can't really tell by looking at a beer whether it's fermenting or not. You can take another hydrometer reading. On average, if the final reading is around 25% of your original gravity reading then you know the beer is fermented.

Feb 21, 2013 | Crafts & Hobbies

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How is tequila made?


Tequila is made through a 6-step process:

Planting and harvesting

Cooking and milling

Fermentation

Distillation

Aging

Bottling

To find out more about each of these six steps, click the link below.

http://www.tequilaknight.com/how-is-tequila-made.html#axzz26G8VQvqU

Feb 05, 2013 | Wine & Spirits

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How is whiskey made?


Whiskey making is a very complicated process to explain for a beverage made using only three ingredients - water, barley and yeast. Traditionally, there are 5 stages used in the process of making whiskey - malting, mashing, fermenting, distilling and maturing. Please visit the link below to learn more about the whiskey making process.

http://www.whisky-distilleries.info/Fabrication_EN.shtml

Feb 03, 2013 | Wine & Spirits

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How is wine made?


In writing, the wine making process can be made to sound quite difficult - I will do my best to keep it simple.

It begins by crushing harvested grapes to release the sugars in their juice. The juice naturally ferments when yeast comes into contact with sugar. The result of this process is alcohol and carbon dioxide. The fermented wine is then separated from the solid matter of the grapes and moved into a vat/cask where the wine is then clarified. The final step of the process is bottling the wine.

This is of course a very basic way to describe the wine making process. For a more in depth read, please consult the link below.

http://www.wineanorak.com/howwineismade.htm

Feb 03, 2013 | Wine & Spirits

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How is beer made?


In the simplest form, beer is made through a 5-step process: malting, mashing, boiling, fermenting and bottling/aging. To find out more about each step please go to the link below.

http://blog.beeriety.com/2009/07/06/how-beer-is-made/

Feb 03, 2013 | Wine & Spirits

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What is malt beer?


Malt beer is a sweet beverage consisting on very little or no alcohol. It goes through the same brewing process as other beers; however it skips the fermentation process. This beverage is made from barley malt syrup, sugar, yeast, hops and water.

Feb 03, 2013 | Wine & Spirits

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What does the term ale mean in reference to beer?


The term ale refers to types of beers brewed using a top-fermenting process where the yeast is brewed at a warmer temperature (15-24 degrees Celsius).

Jan 10, 2013 | Wine & Spirits

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