Learn an easy, safe way to add permanent measuring markers on your stainless steel brew kettle.
The Wiz discusses the merits of mash mixers and offers some tips for fine-tuning your sparge.
An effective alternative to the common immersion and coiled counterflow chillers: The double pipe heat exchanger
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.
The Wiz hops to a question on hopbacks and gives the facts of refrigeration.
Chris Graham and John Blichmann explain how best to expand your homebrewery.
A question about plate chillers lands on the Wizard’s plate, he dispenses a lesson in lagering and more.
Is this thing reading right? The importance of calibrating your equipment.
The Wizard weighs in on open fermentation at home.
A home hopyard doesn’t have to be an eyesore. Build a hop trellis that is attractive and harvest-friendly.
The next time you go to a party, roll out the barrel . . . or at least the Corny kegs. Build this rolling kegerator with a small, on-board CO2 system.
Build a multi-tap portable bar with plans by the Carolina BrewMasters homebrew club.
Every homebrewer could use his or her own kegerator. A classic project shows you how to convert a regular refrigerator to a beer draft system.
Ever wonder how the editor of BYO brews? Of course not, but we're going to show you anyway. Plus, we'll take a peek at the brewing systems of homebrew authors Charlie Papazian and John Palmer and a multiple award-winning homebrewer. Every home brewery reflects the personality of its owner.