Brewmasters Friend: Honey Beer

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Manufacturing process

The brew starts off as many do. One must begin with sanitized equipment, clean water, and the honey. Simply heat your water in a vessel, add the honey until it is disolved, then wait. After a few days they mixture should begin to bubble and froth. At this point the brewer must decant the mixture into another sanitzed vessel with a small opening to diswade bad humors. Then the brewer should transfer the beer into bottles and cap them allowing the bottles to build pressure. 
Careful now! Those little beautys are a mighty danger should you drop them.


The Brewmasters of yesteryear would tell tales of how their "elixurs of life" would change in character, head, and clarity. Without a clear understanding of what was going on. As the craft became more streamlined, processes continued and varients would arise, there came a sure-fire crowd pleaser for any tavern, bar or inn. The Honey Beer.  
Originally created in the town of Port De Renard, the winemarkers of the region had hired a few beekeepers to assist with the pollination process of the vineyards. These beekeepers went on to discover their honey had picked up a few interesting properties. Chiefly, exceptional clarity and sweetness. Thus became the tradition for beekeepers from far and wide to assist with the vineyards and their surrounding gardens year after year. This would evenutally become known as Journée du miel, or Day of Honey.  
The honey was then discovered by brewmasters far and wide, wishing to experiment with the exceptional sweetness of the material. They had toiled with it enough to know that taking the honey to a full mead in the fermentation process would render the drink to be cloudy and have an offputting astringent quality. Dialing in the process, they discovered that taking it only to a few percent, the brew kept it's clarity and held a wonderful floral aroma. The taste is described as ambrosia, a videl fit for the gods themselves.


While many would consider a refreshing drink a wonderful addition to any hot day, the respectable Honey Beer has riddled it's way into almost every holiday event known under the sun. They have become a cultural staple in many of the Galus cities right next to wine. The Honey beer has evolved over time to include thousands of varieties and homebrews, however, not one can pass up the one thats in the glass.
Very Common
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Base Price
2 coins
Raw materials & Components
A sturdy bottle is a nessessity as the brew continues to ferment for a few weeks after bottling. Adding a wonderful carbonation to it. Vineyard honey of the Renard Estates is also vital. Beyond that a good deal of time, patience, and practice is needed.


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