Writer: John Oliver

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20 Facts You Should Know About Brewing

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You know the hows — here are the whys of practical brewing practices. Knowing them will help improve your beer!

Alpha-Hop Soup: Figuring Bitterness (IBUs, AAUs and HBUs)

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Figuring Bitterness: IBUs, AAUs, and HBUs.

Setting the Record Straight

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 Knowing what you have done in the past can improve the beers you make in the future.

Go For the Gold with Pale Beers

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Doing well with any homebrew in competition means brewing a beer that meets a select and widely recognized set of criteria in terms of appearance, aroma, flavor, and character.

Hefeweizen: Mostly Cloudy

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Besides being delicious and unique, hefe-weizen is a classic show-off beer. It’s also the perfect beverage to sip on a warm day. But can you convince your friends it’s supposed to have yeast in it?

24 Brewing Tips and Rules of Thumb

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The great thing about homebrewing is that in most aspects, there is no one correct way to do it. However, some ways are easier than others, and there is a multitude of tips and tricks that can make the brewing process smoother, easier, and more enjoyable. Is My Beer Done Fermenting?     How to get

Tune Up Your Equipment

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The old adage about an ounce of prevention certainly holds true when it comes to taking care of brewing equipment. Many problems can be avoided simply by taking a few extra minutes to thoroughly clean everything before you put it away. This may seem difficult when the clock is striking midnight after a long brewing

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