What happens when you mash a beer and turn it into wine

By now, most of us are familiar with the concept of mash-and-brew.

When you mash water together with grains, yeast and some other ingredients to create a beer, it’s called mash-brewing.

The term has become synonymous with craft beer, and a handful of brands have used the process to make beer that can be enjoyed by a variety of people, including those who are otherwise very strict about their diet.

The most well-known example of mash brewers is Budweiser, which is known for its classic Budweise beer, but there are also dozens of other brands that mash beers to create beer that people enjoy.

While it’s possible to mash a variety, there’s no set formula for mash-making, so there’s always the possibility of a different beer with different flavors.

Here are a few mash recipes you should be familiar with, and how you can brew one of your own.

A mash recipe that you can enjoy in your own home This mash recipe is from a website called MashBrewery, which features a mash recipe for a beer that you could make in your kitchen.

Here’s what you’ll need to do to make a mash-like drink in your home: You’ll need a medium-sized pot (about a quart or so) and a fermenter.

An aeration system will help to keep your brew in the right spot, but you can also use a fan to help you keep the temperature in the appropriate range.

You’ll want to use a wort of around 1.5 gallons to mash the beer.

Mash the wort into the wortspan using a colander or a strainer.

You want to mash for about 20 minutes at a time, which means you’ll be leaving some space in the fermenter for the beer to ferment.

When your mash is done, transfer it to a clean, plastic container (such as a wine glass) and put it in a warm place (about 70 degrees Fahrenheit) to ferment for several days.

The process is fairly simple and you can see it in action in the video below.

Mash recipes that you might like to try for yourself Another mash recipe you might enjoy is from MashBrew, which has a recipe for mash recipes that can actually be made at home.

This mash is similar to the first one above, except that you’ll mash the wineshop grain instead of the grain used to make the beer, so it’s not quite as simple.

You will need to add some yeast and water, as well as a few other ingredients, to make it.

This process is quite easy, so you’ll find this recipe easy to make at home if you have a bit of patience and a couple of fermenters.

If you’re feeling adventurous, there are plenty of other mash recipes on MashBrew that you should try as well.

Another mash-related recipe is the Mash Brewing Technique by Michael Cottrell.

Cottrel, who is also the author of the books Beer Fermentation and Fermentation: The Basics, explains that he has been brewing beer for nearly 30 years, and he has done the mash recipe on a few different occasions.

He recommends adding at least 20 minutes of fermenter time, or about 3 hours, to the process.

This makes the mash process much more “natural” than the process we’re used to with the traditional brewers.

Mash brewing is definitely something to keep in mind if you’re looking for something different, and you should definitely give it a try.