Date: July-August 2016

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Build a Portable Glass Rinser

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Nobody wants to drink a fresh beer out of a dirty glass. Whether you’re switching beers from an IPA to a stout and want a clean glass or maybe you just like

49 Down, 1 to Go

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I started homebrewing in January 2011 and in July 2013 I entered my first homebrew competition. That same month, a near-death experience changed my life forever. I broke 25 bones and collapsed

Resurgence Brewing Company: Oktoberfest clone

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This upstate New York Oktoberfest is a traditional Marzen style beer. It features biscuit, caramel, and toffee notes.

Brewing Hoppy Fruit Beers

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I arrived home to find a re-taped cardboard box with a Florida return address. I used to occasionally trade beer so I could sample breweries that didn’t distribute to the Mid-Atlantic. I

High Gravity Fermentations

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Our bodies can tolerate quite a lot of things in small doses that would be harmful, even deadly in larger doses. That’s true of many medications we take and of course, it’s

So You Want to Go Pro?

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Here at the American Brewers Guild, the professional brewing school in Middlebury, Vermont, where I am an instructor, we train professional brewers. We meet people from all walks of life and with

2016 Label Contest

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The BYO homebrew Label Contest turned 21 years old this year, and to help us celebrate its legal drinking age, our readers sent in what may have been the most artistic and

3 Ways to Wheat

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It’s easy to spot the wheat beer among the ambers and stouts on any taproom table: just look for the one with the soft, hazy glow in the palest shade of gold

Choosing and Using Fittings

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When my friends at BYO asked if I’d be interested in writing an article on homebrew fittings I was a little reluctant, thinking, “How the heck am I going to write a

Czech Amber Lager

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I have a confession to make. I was going to write about Czech dark lager, but I tried an authentic Czech amber lager brewed by my friend Petr Bachan at a recent

Starches in the Mash: Mr. Wizard

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Q Do starches quickly become solubilized or do they remain trapped in the grist when the strike water is added? This question is regarding how a recirculating system behaves and whether there

Resurgence Brewing Co.’s Oktoberfest clone: Replicator

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Dear Replicator, New breweries continue to pop up all over the country and Buffalo, New York is no exception. Resurgence Brewing is one that is climbing quickly in popularity and after ordering a flight

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