Here’s an American IPA especially formulated by top BYO scientists for stovetop extract brewers, not reverse engineered from an all-grain recipe. Follow the instructions as closely as possible — especially with regards to boil volume — for the best results.
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.
New additions to the Fermenator family and three new seasonal Wyeast strains
Your beer's final gravity is determined by the fermentability of the wort and the action of the yeast. Find out how to control these factors in your homebrews.
Leaky lids or shards from shattered glass? That's not how we roll. Check out how we pimp a bucket to be a fizzabulous fermanizzle . . . uh, or something.
Beer Dispensers, heat exchangers and some "drunk monks" from Illinois. Needs more cowbell? Definitely. Plus: the Replicator clones Red Car Brewing's Two Rail Pale Ale
Maintaining the correct temperature is important throughout the brewing process. Here, we present a "field guide" to temperatures on the cold side.
Find out about two related hoppy beer styles — English-style India pale ales (IPAs) and American-style IPAs