Other Spirits

Use these recipes and guides to learn how to brew and distill a variety of different spirits ranging from hearty meads to tasty liqueurs.

How to Use a Hydrometer

By Rick Morris

Learn how you can use a hydrometer to approximate the alcoholic content and monitor the rate of fermentation of your brew.


The 3 Steps of Distilling Alcohol

and photo by Josh Bayne

All about the 3 major steps in the alcohol distillation process.


Italian Herb Liqueur

By Leah A. Zeldes

Italian herb liqueur is a sweet combination that's full of flavor.


Provençal Thyme Liqueur

By Leah A. Zeldes

Homemade liqueurs can also be made with sage or fennel leaf.


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Genovese Basil Liqueur

By Leah A. Zeldes

Brilliant green Genovese basil liqueur is a traditional after-dinner drink in Apulia and Liguria, Italy.


Fresh Rosemary and Lemon Liqueur

By Leah A. Zeldes

This fresh rosemary and lemon liqueur recipe is a variation on the Italian limoncello.


Mint Julep Cocktail

By Leah A. Zeldes

The mint julep cocktail, traditionally served in a frosted silver tumbler, is the quintessential and historic drink of the American South.


Long Live Lemon Balm: Lemon-Berry Chardonnay Cordial

By Pat Crocker

 Lemon balm was traditionally consumed in wine cups and cordials for its medicinal benefits.



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