We break down the pros and cons of the vast variety of hoses and tubes available to homebrewers.
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.