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Homebrewing experts weigh in on immediate wort chilling, decoction mashing, dry hopping, and brewing pumpkin beers.
The Wizard explains how hop pellets are made and the effect different types of light have on wort and beer.
Blend homebrews to create historic styles like gueuze or a third beer from two different batches.
A longtime, homebrewer decides to put the hobby on hold as his kids take its place. But, he’ll be back.
This Gueuze is a typical, traditional Belgian-style recipe.
It’s time to put those winter warmers down and brew something fresh for the season, including one of five new spring-release commercial clone recipes.
If you like to brew darker beers, or if you’d like to experiment with using specialty grains, try cold steeping to reduce astringency while increasing flavor and color.
Home cheesemaking is a great side hobby for homebrewers, and you probably already own some of the essential equipment. There are even ways to get your homebrew into your homemade cheese! Check out recipes for homebrew cheddar, curds, and beer batter.
As you plan out your backyard garden this spring, keep your homebrewing ingredients in mind by planting a few varieties of hops.
Brewers at breweries in the Nord-Pas-de-Calais region of France, such as Brasserie Thiriez and Brasserie Au Baron, have perfected a style of beer known as rustic French ale. A melding of old and new, these beers are fermented warmer with wilder yeasts than traditional bières de garde to produce layered flavors.
We asked three pro brewers how they recommend using nuts in the brewing process and what homebrewers can do on a smaller scale to bring nutty flavors to their beers.
The Beer Judge Certification Program added international amber lager in its latest Style Guidelines to fill a void. Learn what it is and how to brew your own version at home.
There are a number of benefits if you have the ability to regulate pressure during fermentation. The easiest way to do that is with a spunding valve.
The app Untappd allows consumers to scan a barcode on a beer label to learn more about the beer, rate it, and record their own notes. The app also works for homebrews, which is a great way to get feedback. Learn how to register your beers and create custom barcodes for them.