Even if you don’t have a whole day to devote to brewing, with a little planning you can brew a batch of homebrew in just two hours using extract and specialty grains.
The odds are pretty good that you could brew a partial-mash beer today with your equipment and recipes.
Whether new to homebrewing or just curious how other brewers approach their brew day, a picture can be worth a thousand words. So, grab a homebrew and check out our pictorial guide to an extract brew day.
Take a look inside the process of making a clone beer kit. We ask commercial kit producers — and the brewers of the beers they cloned — how they formulated the recipe and produced the kit.
Are you getting all you can get out of your malt? With malt prices on the rise, you may be wondering about this. Discover ways to get a better yield without sacrificing wort quality or expanding a brewday.
Want a cool, crisp, refreshing beer to drink when grilling or sitting around the pool this summer? Try one from our collection of 15 recipes, submitted by homebrew shops from across the nation.
Looking for a few summer brewing ideas? Check out some bonus summer recipes from homebrew shops across the US.
Which is better, extract or all-grain? The Wiz weighs in on this age-old question. Plus: wild yeasts.
Are you an extract brewer who needs help making hoppier homebrew? Find out what factors influence hop bitterness and what you need to do to reach your target IBUs. Also, identify the beer styles you can successfully brew givenyour homebrew equipment and procedures.
Want a dark beer with a minimum of dark roasted flavor? Try using SINAMAR®, a liquid extract made from "de-bittered" dark grains.
There are a lot of ways to make beer from malt extract, but which one is best? Find out as we put four extract brewing methods - the standard method, the extract late method, the Texas two-step and the full-wort boil method - to the test. Plus: the right method for the right style of beer.
Water, water everywhere....but what's an extract brewer suppossed to do with it? Get your feet wet in our guide to what extract brewers should, and shouldn't, bother with when it comes to this all-important brewing ingredient.