Writer: Dawson Raspuzzi

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Brewing Balanced DIPAs: Tips from the Pros

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Double IPAs are big, bold beers, but they also require balance and a careful touch. Get tips for brewing DIPAs from three pros churning out award-winning hop bombs.


Brewing with Rye: Tips from the Pros

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Rye adds a unique flavor to beers while also increasing head retention and adding a fuller mouthfeel. Get tips on brewing three different styles with rye from three pros.


Grow Your Own Hops: Tips from the Pros

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Hops can successfully grow in a wide array of climates. We soak up advice from hop farmers in three very different regions of the United States.


Base Malts: Tips from the Pros

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There is a huge variety of base grains out there that differ by type, barley variety, and maltster practices. These malts make up the majority of your beer, so don’t overlook them.


Tweaking Recipes: Tips from the Pros

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A sign of a great brewer is that they are never content with a recipe. Three pros striving for excellence share their tips for tweaking recipes and brewing one-offs.


Crafting Oak-Aged Cider

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Take your hard ciders to the next level with oak-aging. Whether in a barrel or through oak alternatives, these ciders feature a depth of flavor and complexity otherwise unobtainable. Two ciderheads share their tips for oak aging.


Pastry Stouts: Tips from the Pros

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The so-called “pastry” stout is a high-gravity stout with flavors reminiscent of popular desserts. Get tips for brewing your own nightcap beer from three pros leading the charge.


Electric Countertop Brew Systems

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There has been tremendous growth in the popularity of electric all-in-one countertop homebrew systems in recent years. With more than 20 systems now available, we thought it was time to put together a comparison of the features each has to make choosing a system easier for those in the market.


Yeast Selection: Tips from the Pros

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With so many yeast strains available from yeast labs, how should a homebrewer go about choosing which one to use? We asked two pros for their best pointers.


Brewing Session Beers: Tips from the Pros

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Two pros share their advice regarding recipe design and brewing techniques for achieving beers that are low in alcohol but high in flavor.


Beer Evaluation: Tips from the Pros

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Experts from the Beer Judge Certification Program and
Cicerone program share how homebrewers can improve their beer evaluation skills and how it will help their brewing.


How Important is Kettle pH?

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Mash pH gets most of the attention when it comes to pH measurement, but there are ideal pH levels at every step of the brewing process and they may get out of line after the mash. The boil pH affects protein coagulation, hot break, and hop isomerization (a higher pH results in a higher hop


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