Homebrewing

Welcome to the Celtic Ozarkian Homebrewery Library!
 
Homebrewing is as much a part of Ozark history and tradition as bass fishing and deer hunting!  The art of brewing home beer, wine, and hard liquor in the Ozarks pre-dates the founding of the state of Missouri.  For many of those years, homebrewing was called "bootlegging."  Alcohol was made and ran across state lines for extra money, in a poor economy.  In deed, you can even find the beginnings of "NASCAR" in the races of the Ozarks, ran by daring bootleggers!
 
In more modern times, homebrewing has becomes legalized, regulated, etc.  Now, it is more a fun hobby for folks who appreciate the fine taste that can come from a home brewed beer or wine.  We will be carrying articles from homebrewers across America, and the world.  I will also be sharing some of my own experiences with homebrewing.  We would love to have you share your own articles with the homebrewing library!  For submission information, please contact us at:  contactus@celticozarkian.com!
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