Use these techniques for adding sugar back to your hard cider after it ferments to dryness.
Explore “autumn seasonal beer.” While the category may be new, pumpkin beers have long been a fall favorite.
When he's not punting footballs, former Pro Bowler Brandon Fields is often pursuing another passion: Homebrewing.
Mr. Wizard answers questions about how long hops can be stored and how accurate advertised IBUs are.
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How you store your malt extract can impact the quality of your brews. We offer up tips on how, and for how long, to store extract to ensure positive results.
Hot coffee in the morning, cold beer in the evening, right? Not so fast! Coffee beers continue to grow in popularity, and you need to know how to brew your own. Plus: Two coffee homebrew recipes, and how to cold brew your beans.
Modern homebrewing has a big leg up on the old days — better equipment, ingredients, and information means better homebrews. But some problems and flaws persist. Find out how to prevent and fix them.
How does a Grand Master III Beer Judge Certification Program beer judge tour Belgium? With an evaluation sheet of course. Find out how one homebrewer improved his Belgian-style homebrew by taking notes.
Five homebrewers brewed the same pale ale recipe on each of their individual homebrew setups, then compared the differences.
Hop harvest comes just once a year. Take advantage of it and brew a beer using wet hops with tips from three pros who are anything but dry.
There are many ways to use chocolate in your brewing. We lay out the options of what kinds, and when, to add it.
Add a twist to your hard cider this fall — how about a sour cider? Or a hopped cider? Or a oak-aged smoked cider?
To bring your homebrewing indoors, you’ll need a good ventilation system. Follow these steps to build your own vent hood using a mixing bowl.