Writer: Todd Frye

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Strong Ales

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Old ale, Scotch Ale, Barleywine or Belgian: Spring is a fine time to flex your brewing muscles and make a batch of strong ale.

Great Grain: Crack the Mystery of the Crush

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Malted barley is the heart of all beer. Whether you’re a seasoned all-grainer, a partial masher, or an extract brewery, the condition of your grains need to be just right. Here’s the scoop on milling at home.

Find a Carboy and Fill It: How to Rack

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Racking (frustraticus transferius) is one of the most valuable skills the habitual homebrewer can possess. It is a very important part of the entire process, for the sake of beer clarity and flavor. Simply put, racking is just a brewer’s term for transferring beer from one fermenter to another. This procedure is done to lift

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