History — Modern Marvels Brewing

It’s one of the world’s oldest and most beloved beverages–revered by Pharaohs and brewed by America’s Founding Fathers. Today, brewing the bitter elixir is a multi-billion-dollar global industry. Join us for an invigorating look at brewing’s history fromprehistoric times to today’s cutting-edge craft breweries, focusing on its gradually evolving technologies and breakthroughs. We’ll find the

It’s one of the world’s oldest and most beloved beverages–revered by Pharaohs and brewed by America’s Founding Fathers. Today, brewing the bitter elixir is a multi-billion-dollar global industry. Join us for an invigorating look at brewing’s history fromprehistoric times to today’s cutting-edge craft breweries, focusing on its gradually evolving technologies and breakthroughs. We’ll find the earliest known traces of brewing, which sprang up independently in such far-flung places as ancient Sumeria, China, and Finland; examine the surprising importance that beer held in the daily and ceremonial life of ancient Egypt; and at Delaware’s Dogfish Head Craft Brewery, an adventurous anthropologist and a cutting-edge brewer show us the beer they’ve concocted based on 2,700-year-old DNA found in drinking vessels from the funerary of the legendary King Midas.

Beer Brewing Made Easy
Beer Brewing Made Easy
Beer Brewing Made Easy
Beer Brewing Made Easy
Beer Brewing Made Easy

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Anonymous says:

Oil industry participants as important as front line soldiers in winning the war…I don’t think so. This documentary has some great historical information that is worth everyone in America knowing about; however, when they make the statement several times that the scientists developing products from oil, and miners following their own greed to do anything necessary to find oil at a time when just about anyone with some backing could drill a well did as much to win the war as any soldier fighting on the front lines…they lose my support completely. I am a soldier who fought in the Infantry in…

Anonymous says:

History — Modern Marvels: Axes, Swords And Knives it was a good dvd it could be a little longer 50 minutes just is not enough 120 or over one hour would have been good but the dvd went over all the aspects of swords and knives an axes and the different types of metals that were used and it went over the who what why and were and how and the dvd was very detailed but on your web site there are no images from the dvd but their is a sentence or to at the bottom telling what you will see when you buy the dvd so i give this dvd a five star though…

Anonymous says:

Five Stars It’s hard to go wrong with Modern Marvels. No commercials!

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