Vintage Sample Size Metal Can
of Fleischmann's Choice Malt
1709 So. 4th St.          Terre Haute, IN 47802

Serving The Wabash Valley From
Terre Haute, Indiana Since 1994

Vintage Package
of Hops  Ca. 1930's
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German Postcard of a Beer Stein with a Fraulein Dancing on a Beer Barrel Holding 6 Steins of Beer.

Beer Making Ingredients
Sugar and Hops

Inside of Vintage Matchbook Cover From
Moore's Cafe 12th & Poplar St. Terre Haute, IN
Vintage Postcard
"May you never be without the price of a pint."

Brewing Corn Sugar

Corn Sugar is the most commonly used sugar in beer making. Refined from corn, it is aka as dextrose. Corn sugar lightens the body and flavor of beer and increases the alcohol content.

Bulk Corn Sugar Packaged in 1lb. quantities.

Pelletized Hops
Packaged in One Ounce Quantities

Sale Price 49 cents to $1.00 each
In stock items only - while supplies last

Hops are packaged in a light resistant, nitrogen flushed N2 HopPackĀ™ to minimize oxidation and are stored under refrigeration.
A. A. U. listed below are approximate.
A. A. U. varies with each batch and will be stated on each package.
Challenger (UK) 5.1 to 6.3% A.A.U.
Glacier (USA) 5.3% A.A.U.
Hallertau (Germany) 3.9% A.A.U.

Traditionally a superior German aroma hop. Excellent flavor. Mild to semi-strong aroma, versatile bittering and finishing. Used for Wheats, Altbiers, Pilsners, Belgian Ales, American and German Lagers.
Liberty (USA) 4.3% A.A.U.
Mt. Hood (USA) 5.2% A.A.U.

Aroma variety with similarities to the German Hallertau and Hersbrucker varieties, released in the US in 1989. Used for aroma and flavor, American and German Ales/Lagers.
Perle (Germany) 7.5 70 7.8% A.A.U.
Spalt Select (Germany) 2% A.A.U.
Sterling (USA) 6% A.A.U.
Syrian Goldings (Slovenia) 3.4% A.A.U.
Tettnang (Germany/USA) 4.7% A.A.U.

Commercially grown in the U.S. since the 1980's. Similar to Fuggle. A very popular hop with the craft-brewery industry. Used for Lagers, U.S. Ales, Pilsners, U.S. Wheats and Bitters.
Tradition (Germany) 5.3% A.A.U.
Willamette (USA) 4.1% A.A.U.

A quality aroma hop with a smooth soft flavor. Can be used for ales and lagers. Used for finishing, dry hopping. American and British Ales.

Vintage Postcard of Foley Hall at St. Mary of the Woods College.

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