The Wiz weighs in on whether to rehydrate dry yeast and defuses a bottle explosion problem.
What do you do when you live in a country with no craft breweries or homebrew shops?
The fun of homebrewing means you can brew with whatever you want, whenever you want.
And the winners are . . .
Learn an easy, safe way to add permanent measuring markers on your stainless steel brew kettle.
This recipe for Wheat IPA is a web-only recipe from Jamil Zainasheff's "Style Profile" on specialty IPAs.
There is nothing quite like pulling into your campsite and pouring a nice fresh homebrew before you even set up the tent. Be the belle of the backyard barbecue with a mobile draft system.
Three pros who break away from the ordinary talk about pushing style limits.
The IPA‚Äąhas had a lot of adaptations over the years including black, red, white, and Belgian variations.
With summer upon us, it‚Äôs time to start thinking about fruit beers, whether it is raspberry or watermelon.
Familiarize yourself with the array of brewing adjuncts available to homebrewers.
Explore the methods and traditions for brewing sahti, an ancient Finnish farmhouse beer that is still brewed much the same way as it was hundreds of years ago.
If you really want to get to know your malts and hops, it‚Äôs time to try SMaSH (Single Malt and‚ÄąSingle Hop) brewing. Not only will you expand your brewing ingredient palate, you can learn a thing or two about brewing better beers with a ‚Äúless is more‚ÄĚ approach.