Date: March 2000

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Grapes or Not – It’s Still Good Wine


Made from grapes or grass clippings, it’s still good wine.

Smoked Maple Brown Ale


“Kick Save, and a Beauty…” by Scott R. Russell  I had a fairly athletic upbringing. All of my male relatives were sports fans, and I can’t remember ever not being one myself.

Asking the Age-Old Question


Is your brew too young? Too old? Or just right?

Practice with Your Palate


If you want to brew better beer, you should learn to identify its myriad flavors, aromas, and sensations. So crack open a bottle, take a sip, and let the tasting lesson begin.

Eight Tips to Advance Your Brewing Skills


Chuck the recipes. Crunch the numbers. Question style. And five other steps to help you join the ranks of advanced homebrewers.

Great Grain: Crack the Mystery of the Crush


Malted barley is the heart of all beer. Whether you’re a seasoned all-grainer, a partial masher, or an extract brewery, the condition of your grains need to be just right. Here’s the scoop on milling at home.

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