Well now you can find out with this new infographic, From Brewery to Bottle. Who knew that corn could be used in beer?! The process can be complex, depending on what ingredients you’re using in your beer and what exact flavors you want to create. Hops are the key ingredient but that’s not the only thing that can change your unique creations. Wheat, rye and oats are the most common base but take a look at some of the other options that also make great homemade beer!
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