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Beer Making Kit | By Brooklyn Brew Shop

The Brooklyn Brew Shop was born from the idea that making beer can be simple, tasty, and most important, fun. They created stylish, easy-to-use Beer Making Kits designed especially for stove-top brewing and ingredient mixes for seasonally inspired beers. The kit features fresh, whole ingredients and specialty equipment used in homes and breweries for centuries, simply follow the step-by-step instructions and you will be making high quality and complex beers on the stovetop in your very own kitchen in no time!

Also check out "Brooklyn Brew Shops Beer Making Book” with all the information youll need to start your own microbrewery at home.




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SURF ODYSSEY

Explore the world of surfing outside of palm trees and beach clichés with this new book by Gestalten - Surf Odyssey. The book focuses on the creative and adventurous souls, forward-thinking makers, artists, doers, photographers and environmentalists for whom surfing provides the catalyst for inspiration. It is about an attitude toward life, a lust for adventure, and a love of nature that one can only find far away from established spots. It is beautifully ill...
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THE ROCK RESTAURANT | ZANZIBAR | Image

THE ROCK RESTAURANT | ZANZIBAR

The one and only Rock Restaurant rises on a rock not distant from the shore of the beautiful Michanwi Pingwe beach - Zanzibar (island on Africaīs east coast). The Rock is an extraordinary seafood restaurant, depending on the tide, you can go walking, swimming or even by boat. There, the seafood is always fresh. If itīs in your plans to stop there, book early, because the restaurant only has 14 ....
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REMIDI

Remidi is a wearable music instrument, allowing your hand to play infinite combinations of notes and sounds. The wearable MIDI controller lets you ad custom sounds to your fingers and palm, and then use hand gestures to control the effects. It reacts to how long and how hard you press creating a different sound intensity and duration, and by moving your hand in different directions you can control how fast or slow your tone is, and control effects such as reverb, du...
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