Date: September 1996

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European Pilsner

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In 1922, American journalist and writer H. L. Mencken was touring Europe. Twenty years later he wrote, “Two days later, Torovsky and I actually started on a pilgrimage to Pilsen, the home

Speeding Up Your Brew Day

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With a little planning, some creative techniques, and the right equipment, you can drastically reduce your brewing time, still make great beer, and have fun too. Do you ever feel like you

Apple Pseudo-Lambic

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You don't need to be an all-grain to create funky, sour lambic-styled beers. Here is a clean and simple recipe for a new take on producing a lambic-styled beer of your own.
Belgian and French Ale, Fruit Beer
Extract with Grains

What I Learned in College

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Dear Mom, College is great. I like all my classes a lot. Please send money for books, hops, a carboy...

Craft Dream: Brewing the First Beer

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This is the final installment of a three-part series on homebrewer Michael Bryant’s effort to open a microbrewery in Dunedin, Fla.

Faster than a Speeding Brewpot: Reducing Brewing Time

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With a little planning, some creative techniques, and the right equipment, you can drastically reduce your brewing time, still make great beer, and have fun too. Do you ever feel like you

Brewing with Wheat

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The history of brewing is a story of barley. Although “beer” can be brewed from any malted grain, the structure of barley has always been like a gift from Providence: the perfect


The Truth About Yeast

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Yeast is the single most important contributor to beer flavor and the cause of many funky flavors. Learn how to use it right.

Mill Your Own Grain

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Whether you’re all-grain or partial mash brewing or just steeping specialty grains, you’ll find that selecting, milling, and using grain has its rewards. Here are some things you should know about milling

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