Once your beer is bottled or kegged, you’re done, right? Actually, you’ve got one task left as a brewer — evaluating your beer. Critically tasting your own beer can reveal avenues for improvement in your homebrewing.
Modern homebrew has improved greatly since I first began brewing in the mid-1990s. Better ingredients, equipment, and information has led homebrewers to avoid many of those formerly commonplace mistakes and produce commercial-quality