We talk with the brewers at Stone Brewing about their aggressive beers and how they brew them. Plus: Six clones for the Stone-aged homebrewer.
Can homebrewing really be one of the most important life skills? The Wiz thinks so. Plus: a question about diacetyl
Interested in going pro at an existing craft brewery? Seven professional brewers talk about what it takes to make the transition from homebrewer to pro brewer.
Are you a fan of barbecue and beer? How about barbecued flavor in your beer? Find out how to brew a smoked beer and how to smoke your own malt.
Learn how to add a nitro draft system to your kegerator for great pub-style nitro brews at home.
The technique (and tricks) to counter-pressure bottling
Some folks think fruit beer is for beginners, but that’s not the case. Just like getting a tan on vacation — you need to start with a good base.
Brian O’Reilly (Sly Fox), Andrew Brown (Wynkoop) and Curtis Holmes (Alaskan) discuss the specifics of brewing smoked beers.
Meet three professional brewers who brew at (or near) a homebrew scale and hear what they have to say about consistency, saving time and more.
Most organoleptic hop transducers (or “Randalls”) foam excessively when the beer is poured. The Hopinator solves this problem. Find out how to build it.
A lifelong Genny-lover became a craft brew convert and a commercial brewer after just one night of drinking homebrew. Do you blame him?
The honey adds a touch of dryness.
A reader asks the Replicator the clone his favorite winter seasonal — Nutcracker Ale, from Boulevard Brewing Co.