Date: May-June 2019

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Brewing Award-Winning Irish Red Ales

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Irish red ale is a rather simplistic style to brew. It often only has one hop addition for the sake of bitterness, it doesn’t require any unique ingredients or brewing methods, and


Setting Up a Homebrew Laboratory

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Everyone has their own reasons for homebrewing. Some do it for the creativity, others to be able to drink something they can’t find in a store. Some enjoy making things themselves, or


Experiment with Yeast

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In the beginning, fermentation was a mystery. We now know that the conversion of fermentable carbohydrates into ethanol and carbon dioxide is accomplished by Saccharomyces cerevisiae (or Saccharomyces pastorianus if we’re talking


The Little Things: What Separates the Best from the Rest

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What’s your secret?” It’s a question we get asked all the time and even more often since winning the National Homebrew Competition’s Ninkasi Award in 2017. But even before that, when we


Beer Cocktails

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Whether you find the idea of a beer cocktail exciting and brilliant, or if you haven’t quite jumped on the bandwagon yet, there is no denying that beer cocktails are gaining steam.


Gluten-Free Pale Ale

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Gluten-Free Pale Ale (5.5 gallons/21 L, all-grain)OG = 1.058  FG = 1.012 IBU = 36  SRM = 7  ABV = 6% This is a recipe I have brewed many times in many


Gluten-Free Red IPA

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Gluten-Free Red IPA (5.5 gallons/21 L, all-grain)OG = 1.057  FG = 1.014 IBU = 85  SRM = 9  ABV = 5.8% Looking for something amber, caramelly, and hopped up? Another fun recipe


Not your average Kilkenny Stout

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Not your average Kilkenny Stout (5.5 gallons/21 L, all-grain) OG = 1.064   FG = 1.025IBU = 23  SRM = 40  ABV = 5.1% This recipe is near and dear to my heart


Hold the Gluten

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There is more to brewing gluten-free beer than substituting the gluten-containing grains with ones that don’t contain gluten. Explore the gluten-free brewing techniques and three recipes that can be enjoyed by anyone.


The Hardest Styles to Brew

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We at Brew Your Own recently posed a question to the readership on social media asking what styles they find hardest to brew, and why. The answers, as you’ll see, varied from


Enraptured in the Rye: A team effort to fill a rye whiskey barrel

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Follow the story of a group of homebrewers (and a professional brewer) as they take a used rye whiskey barrel and make a concerted effort to fill and then empty its contents.


The Draft Combine: Deep clean your draft system

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Serving your beer on draft can be one of the greatest joys of homebrewing . . . or the most frustrating. Learn some of the keys to keeping your draft system balanced and clean to assure a happy pour every time.


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