A place for those looking for a way to enhance their beer drinking experience.

Brewing beer at home is one of those hobbies that is both fun, and rewarding. For thousands of years, people have been making various types of home made beers and brews.

Steeped in traditons that have been passed down from generation to generation, these beers have been an integral part of the evolution of civilization as we know it. From ancient religious ceremonies to modern day backyard gatherings, it would appear that home made beer is here to stay.

Usually, homebrewers use hops as a way of attaining a certain amount of bitterness so as to offset the sweetness of the other ingredients...this site is dedicated to the use of herbs instead of hops (May the Lord Bless Charlie Mopps).

The use of herbs in homemade beer, changes the whole ballgame.

Herbalists have been making tinctures by soaking herbs in various types of hard alchohol for a long time, as a way of concentrating the effective compounds of the herbs they wish to use, and then putting the liquid into capsules, or simply as drops in a glass of water.

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By infusing your homemade beers with herbs, you not only get to enjoy your homebrew, but you also get the medicinal benefits of the herbs you use in the beer. You'll want to explore the herb section of this website so that you will be able to choose which herbs will best serve your homebrewing needs.

Please know, and understand that some of the herbs listed should be used with caution. Some even have mild hallucinogenic properties when fermented.

Some of the herbs will create a strong, uplifting buzz, and others will put you to sleep on the couch. Either way, depending on your desired outcome, you will enjoy the benefits of the herbs you use in your homemade beer, and hopefully, the drink as well. Have fun, experiment, and keep on brewing.

Herbs and Descriptions
(With over 90 Different Herbs)

Basic Brewing Techniques

Some Cool Recipes


Did You Know?

One of the main ingredients in beer may help prevent prostate cancer.

However, the main ingredient is present in such small amounts that a person would have to drink more than 17 beers to gain any protection.

Researchers say the compound xanthohumol, found in hops, helps guard against cancer cells that can develop in the prostate gland.

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