Search results for: simply-a-brewer

Simply a Brewer

Author : Mark Soboleski
File Size : 67.2 MB
Format : PDF
Download : 162
Read : 1271
Download »
An uncomplicated all grain brewing process by an award-winning home brewer. This book covers the all grain beer brewing process of an American Pale Ale where you are going to produce an infusion-based beer. What does that mean? It is a process by which water, at a certain temperature, is mixed with barley to produce wort. This process converts the starches in the barley to fermentable sugars. Going one step further, to get the volume of wort needed to produce five gallons of beer, we need to sparge with water those grains that have been converted to fermentable sugars. When we sparge, we rinse those grains with more water that's been brought to a certain temperature, then collect what is needed for the brew kettle. This may sound complex but, in reality, my process for all grain brewing is quite simplistic. I will explain as we go through the steps.

The Devil from over the Sea

Author : Sarah Covington
File Size : 28.74 MB
Format : PDF, ePub, Mobi
Download : 611
Read : 208
Download »
In Ireland, few figures have generated more hatred than Oliver Cromwell, whose seventeenth-century conquest, massacres, and dispossessions would endure in the social memory for ages to come. The Devil from over the Sea explores the many ways in which Cromwell was remembered and sometimes conveniently 'forgotten' in historical, religious, political, and literary texts, according to the interests of different communities across time. Cromwell's powerful afterlife in Ireland, however, cannot be understood without also investigating his presence in folklore and the landscape, in ruins and curses. Nor can he be separated from the idea of the 'Cromwellian': a term which came to elicit an entire chain of contemptuous associations that would begin after his invasion and assume a wholly new force in the nineteenth century. What emerges from all these memorializing traces is a multitudinous Cromwell who could be represented as brutal, comic, sympathetic, or satanic. He could be discarded also, tellingly, from the accounts of the past, and especially by those which viewed him as an embarrassment or worse. In addition to exploring the many reasons why Cromwell was so vehemently remembered or forgotten in Ireland, Sarah Covington finally uncovers the larger truths conveyed by sometimes fanciful or invented accounts. Contrary to being damaging examples of myth-making, the memorializations contained in martyrologies, folk tales, or newspaper polemics were often productive in cohering communities, or in displaying agency in the form of 'counter-memories' that claimed Cromwell for their own and reshaped Irish history in the process.

Vegetarian Times

Author :
File Size : 63.92 MB
Format : PDF, Mobi
Download : 610
Read : 508
Download »

Water Tossing Boulders

Author : Adrienne Berard
File Size : 66.84 MB
Format : PDF, Mobi
Download : 712
Read : 473
Download »
A generation before Brown v. Board of Education struck down America’s “separate but equal” doctrine, one Chinese family and an eccentric Mississippi lawyer fought for desegregation in one of the greatest legal battles never told. On September 15, 1924, Martha Lum and her older sister Berda were barred from attending middle school in Rosedale, Mississippi. The girls were Chinese American and considered by the school to be “colored”; the school was for whites. This event would lead to the first US Supreme Court case to challenge the constitutionality of racial segregation in Southern public schools, an astonishing thirty years before the landmark Brown v. Board of Education decision. Unearthing one of the greatest stories never told, journalist Adrienne Berard recounts how three unlikely heroes sought to shape a new South. A poor immigrant from southern China, Jeu Gong Lum came to America with the hope of a better future for his family. Unassuming yet boldly determined, his daughter Martha would inhabit that future and become the face of the fight to integrate schools. Earl Brewer, their lawyer and staunch ally, was once a millionaire and governor of Mississippi. When he took the family’s case, Brewer was both bankrupt and a political pariah—a man with nothing left to lose. By confronting the “separate but equal” doctrine, the Lum family fought for the right to educate Chinese Americans in the white schools of the Jim Crow South. Using their groundbreaking lawsuit as a compass, Berard depicts the complicated condition of racial otherness in rural Southern society. In a sweeping narrative that is both epic and intimate, Water Tossing Boulders evokes a time and place previously defined by black and white, a time and place that, until now, has never been viewed through the eyes of a forgotten third race. In vivid prose, the Mississippi Delta, an empire of cotton and a bastion of slavery, is reimagined to reveal the experiences of a lost immigrant community. Through extensive research in historical documents and family correspondence, Berard illuminates a vital, forgotten chapter of America’s past and uncovers the powerful journey of an oppressed people in their struggle for equality.

Witnessing Their Faith

Author : Jay Sekulow
File Size : 52.1 MB
Format : PDF, Docs
Download : 881
Read : 242
Download »
When it was ratified in 1791, the First Amendment to the Constitution of the United States sought to protect against two distinct types of government actions that interfere with religious liberty: the establishment of a national religion and interference with individual rights to practice religion. Since that time, no question has so bedeviled the U.S. Supreme Court as finding the best way to interpret and apply the Establishment Clause and the Free Exercise Clause of the First Amendment. In this unique and timely book, Jay Sekulow examines not only the key cases and their historical context that have shaped the law concerning church-state relations, but also, for the first time, the impact of the religious faith and practices of Supreme Court Justices who have ruled in each case. Covering cases from the teaching of religion in public schools and the use of federal funds for parochial schools to today's debates about the Pledge of Allegiance and public displays of the Ten Commandments, Witnessing Their Faith is essential reading for anyone interested in the history and future of religious freedom in America.

Decisions and Orders of the National Labor Relations Board

Author : United States. National Labor Relations Board
File Size : 50.59 MB
Format : PDF
Download : 251
Read : 772
Download »

Reports from Select Committees of the House of Commons and Evidence Communicated to the Lords

Author : Great Britain. Parliament. House of Lords
File Size : 68.27 MB
Format : PDF, Docs
Download : 408
Read : 425
Download »

The Oxford Companion to Beer

Author : Garrett Oliver
File Size : 90.64 MB
Format : PDF
Download : 705
Read : 1253
Download »
"Features more than 1,100 A-Z entries written by 166 of the world's most prominent beer experts"--Provided by publisher.

Proceedings of the Annual Convention

Author : United States Brewers Foundation
File Size : 87.95 MB
Format : PDF, Mobi
Download : 787
Read : 152
Download »

Brewers Guardian

Author :
File Size : 28.97 MB
Format : PDF, ePub, Docs
Download : 330
Read : 327
Download »