The Wiz discusses a question about dextrin malts and another about brewing high gravity beers.
Brewing indoors with electricity can be easier than you think.
It’s never too late to learn to homebrew — just ask the residents of "the Ridge" in Bend, Oregon.
Join BYO contributor Josh Weikert for a live chat on BYO's Facebook page on Wednesday, April 16 from 2-4 p.m. (Eastern time).
If you’re looking for an easy entry into all-grain brewing, look no further than the brew in a bag (BIAB) technique.
There is more than one way to sparge. One of the most no-frills techniques, however, is batch sparging.
Dogfish Head Craft Brewery has teamed up once again with University of Pennsylvania’s Dr. Patrick McGovern to brew a new “Ancient Ale” — a 3,500-year-old Nordic grog.
Breakfast is the most important meal of the day for both you AND your yeast. Find out how nutrients can improve your homebrews.
Vienna lager originated in Europe but it has found a foothold in the New World.
Fly sparge, batch sparge, or no sparge at all? Terry Foster discusses three common sparging methods
Get your yeast starters going strong with a DIY stir plate.
BYO’s Mr. Wizard, Ashton Lewis, teamed up with Springfield, Missouri-area homebrewer Keith Wallis to enter the Great American Beer Festival ProAm competition.