Keep your mash temperatures constant by building your own internally heated mash tun.
The Wiz discusses re-pitching homebrew yeast and laments long boil times.
The aptly named sweet stout shows a balance between sugary sweetness, hop bitterness and roasted malt flavors.
Pigs plus spent grains plus hops equal hopped pork BBQ.
The Wiz goes wild answering a question about Brettanomyces and also explains how to avoid oxidation.
Moving wort and brewing liquor around your brewhouse can be as easy as flicking a switch. See how adding a pump to your setup can save you hassle.
Three BJCP judges give advice to homebrewers who plan on entering contests.
The Wiz blows away a “sucking” question and finally learns the bitter truth about hop aroma deterioration.
Two brewing buddies score big in a collaborative effort.
The Wiz digs deep for a question on hopbursting and gives the lowdown on the causes of high final gravities.
Get more mileage from your yeast, plus fine tune your pitching rate — how and when to repitch.
A new website organizes homebrewers who want to share their beers and get feedback.
Got a green thumb? Advice from two hop growers on growing hops at home.
The Wiz is down on topping up with boiled water and discusses gluten-free beers.
An intervention, homebrew style, helps a novice keep his burner lit to brew another day.
Honey is sweet and brewing with it can be even sweeter. Two pros discuss adding honey character to your beer.