Lactose adds body, mouthfeel, and a higher terminal gravity to many styles. Plus: 4 new age lactose clone recipes.
The first installment of our new Nanobrewing department; somewhere between homebrewing and commercial-scale brewing.
The Wizard answers questions on the ingredients and softened water.
Craft beer and homebrewing are just gaining a foothold in the Icelandic culture.
This milk stout recipe comes directly from Mitch Steele, Co-Founder of New Realm Brwery (Atlanta, Georgia) and former Brewmaster of Stone Brewing Co.
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In recent years many ready-to-brew, large-batch homebrew systems have hit the market. We take a look at 17 of these systems to distinguish what sets each apart.
Have homebrew in the back of the fridge that passed its prime? Don’t dump it — with a couple of ingredients and minimal time you can make your own malt vinegar.
“Stout” is a description that summarizes more than a half dozen specific beer styles, but there is no doubt that the imperial stout is king. Get tips to brew this tricky, high-ABV style, plus find recipes for 6 commercial imperial stout clones.
Homebrewing all-grain batches becomes more cumbersome in smaller spaces, but with the right planning and techniques it can still be done.
While mead is usually a double-digit ABV beverage, a relatively new style of more sessionable mead is becoming popular. Learn the keys to making carbonated, lower-alcohol meads to be enjoyed on any occasion.
Milkshake IPAs are one of the new hit beer styles in the craft beer world. Get tips from two innovative brewers in this unique take on an IPA.
The American brown ale was a style that arose through two distinct channels, the craft beer world and the homebrew world. Learn the history and craft this style.
Filtering may not be a popular technique among homebrewers, but one that every homebrewer should consider. Learn the ins and outs of filtering your homebrew.
Knowing basic coopering skills will help you take care of, repair, and maintain barrels in your homebrewery.
Ready to motorize your grain mill? Learn how to convert a garage door opener to power your grain mill.