You too can make beer-flavored jelly — with your own homebrew.
How much yeast can you culture from one vial? How do you force carbonate nitro beers? The Wiz answers all.
Learn how to properly add dark sugars to your homebrews.
They love your passion, but not everyone in the house is OK with homebrew equipment in the family common area.
Get your homemade labels perfected and enter to win some great prizes in BYO's 20th annual label contest!
Kal Wallner, the creator of The Electric Brewery and frequent BYO contributor, and Trent Neutgens, the creator of the all-electric all-grain brewing setup featured in the January-February issue of BYO, took over the BYO Facebook page for a couple hours on January 21 for a live chat about electric brewing. Here are the highlights.
This is a beer that uses muscovado sugar and fits no style.
Step out of that cold garage and away from the propane. Build your own all-electric all-grain homebrewery and enjoy the spoils of brewing indoors — no winter hat required.
How did hops get in our beer? It seems like old hat now, but there was a time when brewers didn’t know about the benefits of brewing with hops. Beer authority Horst Dornbusch explores the history of how brewers came to use hops.
Brewing high-gravity lagers can be a little tricky. Three US brewers talk about brewing their big lagers.
The birthplace of traditional bock is Einbeck, Germany, but you don’t need to travel there to give it a try.
If you make your own apple cider, try building an apple scratter with a sink disposal to pulp the fruit.
The North American craft beer revolution doesn’t stop at the border of the United States. Explore the craft beer scene in the Canadian province of Québec, including three commerical clone recipes.