How Beer Saved The World
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How Beer Saved the World (How Beer Saved the World)
Did you know that Beer was critical to the birth of civilization? Or that it played a crucial role in the building of the pyramids, the founding of America, the industrial revolution, and advancements in medicine. That s right - Beer. Scientists and historians line up to tell the amazing, untold story that puts beer at the center of the human civilization. Until almost modern times, it wasn t just a drink - beer was vital to life. Where water contained deadly bacteria, beer was safe, as the fermentation killed the germs. It was drunk by men, women and children for large period of history, and inspired great moments in human history. Louise Pasteur was studying beer when he discovered Germ theory the basis of modern medicine. Bottling plants invented factory lines and stopped child labor. The Medieval Church became so rich making beer, that kings had to ban them from producing it. And it was vital to the birth of America from the moment the Mayflower stopped in Plymouth because it had run out of beer. In the immortal words of Benjamin Franklin Beer is proof that God loves us and wants us to be happy
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Beer has become a billion dollar industry characterized simultaneously by its down-home reputation and continuing innovation in flavor. Everyone from backyard brewing enthusiasts to the industry giants continue to push the limits of flavor development and technology in beer production. Beer s more than just a good time; it s the science project of your dreams.
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Celebrity chef Emeril Lagasse joins Planet Green in EMERIL GREEN. Lagasse shares how the best meals start with high-quality produce, seafood and meats, and helps families get inspired by using fresh and seasonal ingredients. Shot on location at Whole Foods Market®, Lagasse works with everyday cooks who have real culinary challenges. He enlists the help of the knowledgeable team at Whole Foods Market® and other experts to hand pick the best ingredients for every recipe, turning ordinary meals into extraordinary experiences. Faced with questions about quality, cost, taste and even some daunting food dares, Lagasse helps viewers conquer their culinary fears with an open mind and a healthy curiosity.
Did you know that 9 million six-packs of beer are home-brewed annually? With the sales of organic beer doubling in 3 years, beer is not just for drinking anymore. Jason s hobby is brewing beer. He d love to learn some entertaining recipes that will highlight his home brew. Chef Emeril will start him off with a light and citrusy Asian Style Mussels Meuniere. Sure to be a crowd pleaser, Emeril s Favorite Choucroute Casserole. A Raspberry Wheat Ale is delicious used in a dressing for a Mixed Baby Greens With Goat Cheese Salad. And for dessert, Espresso Amber Ale Ice Cream With Dark Chocolate Honey Sauce.
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My dad has since veered away, although watching this movie again has re-kindled the passion; and we look forward to brewing again.
Also got this as a gift for one of my brewing buddies.