Revisit the roots of the original IPA beer style and learn how it has evolved. Plus: Three British IPA recipes.
Carbonating high-gravity homebrew, the science behind purging bottles, O2-absorbing bottle caps, and filtration.
Learn to brew like they did pre-Prohibition, with the help of someone who has the old brewing notebooks.
A funny story about how one family is no longer invited to provide the homebrewed Communion at church.
This is a re-creation of a 1905 Holiday Ale brewed by Hartmann, later Home Brewing Co., in Bridgeport, Connecticut.
The homebrewing and craft beer industries have experienced tremendous growth since Brew Your Own’s premier issue 20 years ago. To help us celebrate the milestone, we’ve collected a clone recipe from one brewery that opened in each of the past 20 years.
Homebrew is great to drink, but you can also use it in cooking up some sweet fall treats. Plus: Three recipes that will make you want to bypass dinner and skip right to dessert.
While the name has remained the same, the original Michelob of 1896 was an all-malt, Bohemia-inspired lager that was the most expensive beer in America at the time. Author Jack Horzempa dug into history books in order to recreate the historic recipe.
Every homebrewer has had the importance of sanitation drilled into their brain, so let’s go beyond that and look at the 10 next most important practices to make your homebrew great every time.
Australian sparkling ale is new to the Beer Judge Certification Program Style Guide, but it’s been brewed in Australia since the 19th century to compete against pale ales imported from England.
Beer has changed a lot in the United States since before Prohibition, but you can still brew the beers of our fore- fathers with tips from a couple brewers who are revisiting pre-Prohibition style brews.
Next time you take a hike, look around for brewing ingre- dients. They are all around you, and are a great way to localize your homebrew.
With a little woodworking know-how, you can build your own three-tier brew stand.