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 How Much Sugar Should You Add to Your Homebrew Beer?

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Stoneys sugar free beer?

There is really very little carbohydrate or sugar, for that matter, in beer or any alcoholic beverage.That is where the alcohol comes from. Yeast breaks down the carbohydrate/sugar and produces alc... Read More »
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I have diabetes and I eat the things i shouldn't, drink beer, and am addicted to sugar?

Stop living to eat and start eating to live... simple. If you don't mind facing a miserable decline in health ending with strokes, heart attack, neuropathic pain, amputation, and finally dementia, ... Read More »
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What is the closest beer from http://www.kegsandbarrels.com/… to a light beer like miller lite?

Not really but if Rolling Rock is on the list go for it.
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Beer question: What would be a really good foreign beer to buy for the hubby as a gift?

I would say you can't go wrong with a good Belgium or German brew, almost any, and then maybe a British pub Ale like Boddingtons? irish Stout like Murphy's or Beamish or Guinness of course. mmmmmm ... Read More »
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