Guest poster Jake Metzler discusses some novice homebrewing mistakes.
Slouch Sixpack bashes Bell’s response to the Northern brewer debacle.
As part of my interest in the science of brewing, I thought it might be interesting to write a little bit about sugar and the role it plays in beer. Beer is composed of roughly four or five ingredients: malted grain, hops, yeast, water, and occasionally an adjunct (spices, fruit extract, etc.) that adds some […]
The Aleheads reveal their 2011 New Beer’s Resolutions!
This is the third in a series of posts about how to get started with brewing your own beer. [PART 1] [PART2] At this point in your homebrewing adventure, you’ve already gone through a series of steps: your malt extract was reconstituted in water, boiled, you added hops, yeast was pitched to the cooled wort, […]
Doc, the Prof, and Barley talk fermentation, barleywines, and bottling.
Doc, The Professor, and Brother Barley delve into the “brew-it-yourself” movement.
Getting started with homebrewing