Writer: Gretchen Schmidhausler

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Beer-Wine Hybrids

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Beer and wine hybrids are bridging the gap between breweries and wineries

Reusing Homebrew Yeast

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As the popularity of homebrewing has grown over the last 20 to 25 years, so has the availability of quality brewing ingredients, especially yeast. Gone are the days when old school hobbyists had a choice between only packets of dry ale or lager yeast. You want to make a dry Irish stout? There’s a yeast

Great Tips from 4 Top Women Brewers

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Darrah Bryans, Head Brewer Brew Moon Restaurant & Brewery, Cambridge, Mass. Four years homebrewing experience, six years professional experience House Beers: Moonlight Lager, Munich Gold, Alternative Ale, Prussia’s Pride, Planetary Porter Advice: Invest in the right equipment. Darrah Bryans, an international policy studies major in college, was bitten by the brewing bug while she lived

Mission: Possible

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When touring a microbrewery, engage in a little reconnaissance to pump up — and speed up — your own system and technique.

Invasion of the Body Killers

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The moment of truth has arrived. You hand your best buddy and toughest critic a pint of your latest brew. He raises the glass to his lips and sips. And says with a shrug, “Not bad. A little roasty for a mild ale.” Hmm. Problem is, this recipe was for an imperial stout. Your friend’s

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