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Dried Wormwood 1 oz

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Prior to the 1600's in Europe, most beer was spiced with an herbal mixture called Gruit. The exact blend of herbs and spices was a closely guarded secret, but commonly used were mugwort, yarrow, cinnamon, nutmeg, and nettles. Mugwort has a mellow sage-like aroma, but it has strong bittering properties and is one of the best herbs aside from hops for this purpose.

From 1/2 to 1 oz. of dried Mugwort for bittering is sufficient for a 5 gallon batch.

1 OZ Bag.
 

$ 2.39
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