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The secrets behind brewing amazing hoppy beers like New England IPA are becoming more widely known. Sure, the pros still keep a few of their
Whether you’re a homebrewer, homebrew club, or small craft brewery, you may be in the market for a barrel or two. Barrel aging provides complexity
In recent years, the USA has seen a huge increase in the number of breweries. The demand for craft beer has created a need for
Smoked beer can be polarizing. While some people love it, others can’t stand it. Is it an acquired taste? Or are there not enough great
Refreshing. Complex. Crowd pleasing. Altbier is one of the most underrated styles that threads the needle between crisp lager and malty amber ale. What’s even
Grisette has seen a massive resurgence in the last few years. The enigmatic style, once almost erased from existence, is often misunderstood. We’ll clear up
Induction brewing is an efficient, compact, and clean method for homebrewing beers. It’s especially interesting for apartment brewers or those with limited space. The induction
There’s no feeling quite like pulling a fresh pint of beer directly from a tap. Bartenders would be the first to tell you that a
Cloud-based brewing software is the way of the future for homebrewers and professionals alike. Brewers are starting to embrace this convenient solution to design and
For a large portion of brewers and craft beer enthusiasts, hops are the be-all-end-all of beer. Providing bitterness, flavor, and aroma, the Humulus lupulus is
There are a lot of reasons to grow your own hops. Unique flavors, fresh hop beers, organic hops, and plain-old-fashioned badassery to name a few.
Dry yeast or liquid yeast – what should you use for your next batch of homebrew? Liquid yeast has long been thought to be a
Staying on top of trends in craft beer can be difficult. Are hazy IPAs still cool? What type of donut is in the hottest new
Hoppy beers are dominating the craft-beer market place. Almost every brewery makes at least a couple of IPAs or hoppy pale ales. Hop-forward beers are
Subscription services are hugely popular in all consumer domains. Food, drink, pets, DIY – you name it – people love receiving packages at home. It’s
Looking for a rich malt flavor, beautiful head retention, and sparkling clarity in your homebrew? Decoction mashing – that often misunderstood traditional technique – might
Ever come across a beer in your fridge or basement but can’t remember when you bought it? Not all beers have expiration dates on the
Beer ingredients aren’t complicated: if you have four ingredients, you can brew a beer. Of course, diving deeper into each ingredient reveals intricacies and details.
Distinctive and assertive, IPA is emblematic of the modern beer revolution. These hopped up ales reign supreme in craft brewing. India Pale Ale has transformed,
One question we get from a lot of new homebrewers is, “How do I know how strong my beer will be?” Luckily, the answer is
If you are a homebrewer, you have at least heard of yeast starters. You are probably even thinking that you want to make one for
Anyone interested in home brewing, like me, gets excited when they come across new, innovative ways of brewing beer. I was not surprised when I
The idea of homemade beer and craft beer gained popularity throughout the US. Now there are lots of craft breweries and clubs opening up everywhere.
I was lucky enough to get my hands on a 5-gallon sized pitch of Brewing Sciences Institute’s Brettanomyces Bruxellensis var. Drie, aka “Brett Drie”. Up until the