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Beer is a fermented, alcoholic beverage made primarily from water, malted grain (typically barley), hops and yeast.
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Beer is a fermented, alcoholic beverage made primarily from water, malted grain (typically barley), hops and yeast.  This list intends to include all beverages primarily made from malted grain.
  
 
In period, particularly in the early period, [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gruit gruit] was used instead of hops.
 
In period, particularly in the early period, [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gruit gruit] was used instead of hops.

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Beer is a fermented, alcoholic beverage made primarily from water, malted grain (typically barley), hops and yeast. This list intends to include all beverages primarily made from malted grain.

In period, particularly in the early period, gruit was used instead of hops.

Sources

Name Date Country Language English Translation Description Panels
The English Huswife 1623 England English (in English) Barely post-period, this cookbook contains several recipes for beers. March and Ordinary Beers
The Closet of Sir Kenelme Digbie Kt. Opened 1669 CE England English (in English) Post-period, but likely based on period techniques. Comprehensive, and reasonably detailed.