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Jereme Zimmerman

Chelsea Green Publishing

Steader.com

www.jereme-zimmerman.com

Jereme Zimmerman is a writer and traditional brewing revivalist who lives in Kentucky. He has been published in various magazines and websites, and he travels globally to speak on topics such as fermentation, natural and holistic homebrewing, modern homesteading, and sustainable living. He is an avid fermenter and researches extensively into traditional fermentation practices in order to revive lost food arts and to educate people on how to preserve food using traditional, natural, and healing ingredients and techniques. His first book, Make Mead Like a Viking, was published in 2015, and it was translated into German as Met Brauen wie ein Wikinger in 2016. His second book, Brew Beer Like a Yeti was published in September 2018.

Jereme will be speaking at the Summer Online Fair.

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Traditional Beer Brewing

Jereme Zimmerman discusses the simplicity of brewing beer using a basic beer-brewing kit that can be purchased from any homebrew shop, or even with equipment and ingredients you may very well already have in your kitchen. Before the modern homebrewing explosion, “farmhouse brewing” was the norm in nearly every household. Zimmerman provides tips on how to easily and affordably take up this hobby, and he presents information for both beginning and intermediate brewers on using herbal and wild-foraged ingredients that were once commonplace in brewing.
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Make Mead Like a Viking

Learn to make your own mead (honey wine) using techniques that have been used by ancient cultures since the first discovery of bubbling honey and its magical effects. Jereme Zimmerman focuses on wild-crafting and spontaneous-fermentation techniques, but he also discusses other mead-making practices. Be prepared for an engaging discussion on mead; Vikings; and the simplicity of fermenting your own honey-based alcoholic beverages using local, raw, unfiltered honey and ingredients harvested from the wild and your own garden.
Hands On Real Food

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