Meet Justin Burnsed — a new student at the UC-Davis Master Brewer’s Program and BYO’s new blogger.
Beer and cartoons go together like . . . well . . . beer and cartoons.
Final Gravity - their amps go to 11 . . . percent by volume.
The annual Great American Beer Festival: a beer drinker’s Mecca. Each year tens of thousands of brewers, aficionados and brew-parazzi descend on Denver, Colorado to taste, evaluate — and of course, compete. For homebrewer Ben Miller, 2009 was a lucky year, indeed, as he took home rare twin wins for the Samuel Adams LongShot homebrew competition and the GABF Pro-Am competition. BYO BONUS: Brew Ben's award-winning homebrews!
The Phoenix Homebrewery rises from the ashes of a burnt out barn.
Can Chuck Norris influence the quality of homebrews? A group of Bellingham, Washington brewers explain how.
Just because you work in a cubicle doesn’t mean you can’t grow some high-rise hops.
Being a homebrewer teaches you plenty of science and history and generally makes you a very cool person. But did you know it also makes you hurricane resistant?
A lifelong Genny-lover became a craft brew convert and a commercial brewer after just one night of drinking homebrew. Do you blame him?
You’ve heard of a beer gut, but how about a gut beer. A homebrewer finds inspiration at the pharmacy.
Are St. Patrick’s Day and Cinco de Mayo getting old? Consider declaring your own Xikuha — the South African celebration of the marula harvest.
Sure, stainless steel is a great material for brewing vessels, but what about Cucurbits?
Just because a Tennessee homebrewer made a batch of wine doesn’t mean he’s ready to pack up his old habits.