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Understanding Water for Homebrewing

Discussions about water can get complicated fast, especially if you aren’t familiar with hydrology. But there are a few basics that specifically …

Coffee Beer: How to Cold Brew Coffee

Making a quality cup of cold brew coffee is a skill every homebrewer should have in their arsenal of DIY tricks. But it isn’t as simple as …

Opinion: Why all craft beer should be in cans

What seems like a lifetime ago, the beer can was beer’s not-so-secret shame.<p>It’s what frat guys in movies crushed on their foreheads. It’s what young …

Beer

Eco-friendly brewing tips from top craft brewing professionals

They’re saving the world and making great beer. We honor green machines like Victory Brewing’s Bill Covaleski.<p>You can define craft beer in many ways …

Sustainability

What’s the Difference between Porter and Stout?

<b>All About Beer Magazine</b> - Volume , Issue<p>Ron Pattinson<p>To understand the difference between porter and stout, you must go back to their childhood in …

Quirks of Brewing: Decoction Mashing

Is the process ripe for a 21st century revival?<p><b>All About Beer Magazine</b> - Volume , Issue<p>Jeff Alworth<p>Weihenstephan still uses the classic four-vessel …

How to start a successful craft beer brewery

Michael Kane went from poring over spreadsheets to pouring craft beer with his name on it.<p>The former Wall Street investment banker is part of a growing club of Americans who have ditched their boring day jobs to start craft breweries.<p>"I wasn't totally passionate about analyzing accretion solutions …

Beer

How to Start Your Own Brewery

It’s a slow afternoon on the line, with three of four 40-barrel fermenters sitting silent, the liquid wort inside being quietly consumed by yeast. …

School gardens: growing greener kids

Traditionally, children are said to hate eating their greens, but a school garden can transform their attitude to cabbage, worms – and the world.<p>Astonishing things have been happening in and around our fridge in recent weeks. Crumpled plastic sandwich bags crammed with curly lettuce leaves, rocket …

Gardening

School Gardens Can Help Kids Learn Better And Eat Healthier. So Why Aren't They Everywhere?

The case for garden-based learning in schools seems simple, even obvious, at first: What harm could there be in encouraging young children to connect with nature and learn more about the ecology around them, including where the food they eat comes from?<p>But given the ever-growing demands on …

Healthy Eaters, Strong Minds: What School Gardens Teach Kids

School is still out for the summer, but at Eastern Senior High School in Washington, D.C., students are hard at work — outdoors.<p>In a garden filled with flowers and beds bursting with vegetables and herbs, nearly a dozen teenagers are harvesting vegetables for the weekend's farmers market.<p>Roshawn …

Soft skills boost public school dominance, says former head

<b>It is not good grades but a "grounding in soft skills" that gives people who went to independent schools their edge, a former public school head has argued.</b><p>State schools have "much to learn" from the private sector, Dr Anthony Seldon, master of Wellington College until this year, told a conference …

Differentiation is out. Mastery is the new classroom buzzword

A dose of eastern-inspired mastery has entered schools. Roy Blatchford discusses the new approach and how could it affect learning<p>Schools will witness a shift in jargon this year. Differentiation is out. Mastery is in. Mark my words.<p>In his memoir, An Intelligent Person’s Guide to Education, former …

Education

5 Benefits That Make Online Learning With Shaw Academy the Future of Education

Both students and teachers have embraced the power of the internet to create an online education industry that is flourishing in the new high speed, multi device world.<p>Online learning has been an incredibly popular topic in recent years.<p>Both students and teachers have embraced the power of the …

Pedagogy

Jon Burgerman doodles won't fade for 100 years

Here at Creative Bloq, we're big fans of the doodle art stylings of Jon Burgerman, an award-winning artist and character designer from the UK who's …

BBC Radio 1 Live Lounge: September 2015’s Covers Ranked From Worst To Best

BBC Radio 1 decided to do something a little different this month, launching a full thirty days of their popular Live Lounge sessions, with everyone …

Music

Dad turns the weird things he says to his kids into a brilliant book

There are certain sentences that you’d never imagine yourself saying, like ‘Honey, please don’t lick the toaster.’<p>And ‘We do not poop in books.’<p>Until …

18 things you should do immediately to best prepare for the next five years

<i>This question originally appeared on Quora: What Can People Start Doing Now That Will Help Them A Lot In About Five Years?</i> <i>Answer by David Cannon, Founder, Solutionbank.org.</i><p>There’s already a lot out there, but I couldn’t resist writing a note to my 23-year-old self:<p>If you do anything, do this first …

Entrepreneurship

Trying To Change, Or Changing The Subject? How Feedback Gets Derailed

Pour yourself a cup of tea, turn your (right) ear toward your speakers and take a listen to the very first episode of the Hidden Brain podcast. We're talking a lot about feedback. First, we'll hear from author Sheila Heen about a common communication problem that pops up in many relationships.<p>Then, …

Social Sciences