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Brewers Best Coriander Seed 1 oz
Brewers Best Coriander Seed 1 oz
Base Price $1.50

Ancient Egyptian And Sanskrit Texts Document The Use Of Coriander For More Than 3,000 Years. The Chinese Once Believed The Herb Conferred Immortality And In The Middle Ages It Was Put Into Love Potions As An Aphrodisiac.  Coriander Is Now Widely Used In Specialty And Belgian Style Beers.
Brewers Best Paradise Seeds 2 Grams
Brewers Best Paradise Seeds 2 Grams
Base Price $1.55

Also Called  inGrains Of Paradise in, inGuinea Grains in And  inMelegueta Pepper in,These Small Seeds Look Like Cardamom But Have A Character All Their Own.  The Spice Is Native To West Africa And During Medieval Times Was Used To Flavor Food.  It Has Also Been Used As A Pepper Substitute.  While It Does Have A Peppery Zing,It Also Has Notes Of Citrus And An  inEarthy in Pine Aroma.
Brewers Best Lemon Peel 1 oz
Brewers Best Lemon Peel 1 oz
Base Price $1.70

Adds A Lemon/Citrus Flavor And Aroma.  Great For Summer Ales And Wheat Beers.
Brewers Best Chicory Root 1 oz
Brewers Best Chicory Root 1 oz
Base Price $1.99

Chicory Root Is Commonly Baked,Ground,And Used As A Coffee Substitute And Additive,Mainly In The Mediterranean Region,Although Its Use As A Coffee Additive Is Also Very Popular In Parts Of Southeast Asia And America.  The Root Gained Its Majority Of Popularity As A Coffee Substitute In Poorer Economic Areas During The 1930'S.  Craft Brewers Use Roasted Chicory To Add Flavor To Their Stouts And Other Styles Brewed With Coffee And Roasted Malts.
Brewers Best Sweet Orange Peel 1 oz
Brewers Best Sweet Orange Peel 1 oz
Base Price $2.10

While A Cousin To The Florida Orange,This Sweet Variety Will Not Give Your Beer A Metallic Taste Like The Domestic Version.  If You'Re Familiar With The Taste Of Cointreau Or Grand Marnier,Then You Will Be Thrilled With The Flavor That Sweet Orange Peel Can Add To Your Belgian Style Strong Ales And Special Holiday Brews.
Brewers Best Ginger Root 1 oz
Brewers Best Ginger Root 1 oz
Base Price $2.30

The Pungent Taste Of Ginger Is Due To Nonvolatile Phenylpropanoid-Derived Components,Particularly Gingerols And Shogaols,Which Form From Gingerols When Ginger Is Dried Or Cooked.  Mature Ginger Roots Are Fibrous And Nearly Dry.  Powdered Dry Ginger Root Is Typically Used As A Flavoring For Recipes Such As Gingerbread,Cookies,Crackers And Cake,Ginger Ale And Ginger Beer.
Brewers Best Bitter Orange Peel 1 oz
Brewers Best Bitter Orange Peel 1 oz
Base Price $2.39

One Of The Most Popular Specialty Herbs On The Market. They Are Used Commercially By Domestic Brewers To Duplicate The Beer Styles That Put Belgium On The Brewing Map.  While Not Very Bitter,They Are A Key Ingredient In Belgian Style White Beers.
Licorice Stick
Licorice Stick
Base Price $2.39

Licorice Stick
Brewers Best Juniper Berries 1 oz
Brewers Best Juniper Berries 1 oz
Base Price $2.40

Usually Known As The Principal Flavoring In Gin,It Is Also Used To Flavor Beer And Other Beverages.  Native Americans Have Utilized Juniper For Its Healing Powers And To Relieve Arthritis.  In Folk Lore,Juniper Planted Outside A Front Door Kept Out Witches Who Had To Correctly Count Its Needles Before Entering The House.
Brewers Best Dried Mugwort 1 oz
Brewers Best Dried Mugwort 1 oz
Base Price $2.40

Mugwort Was Used In The Middle Ages To Ward Off Evil Possession And Was A Popular Stuffing For Roast Goose.  As The Name Implies,It Was Traditionally Used In Mugs Of Beer Before The Popularity Of Hops.  Europeans Frequently Stuffed Pillows With Mugwort (And Hops) To Bring Good And Vivid Dreams.