Steiner, Dan
February 2009
Ralph;Feb2009, p32
The article presents an interview with brewer Sam Füss and instruction on how to brew beer. According to Füss, many people are trying to enter the beer brewing industry. He asserted that most mainstream beers contain chemicals that give people bad hangovers. He also mentioned that forty percent of brewers have backgrounds in home-brewing.


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