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The Diverse World of Dark Lagers Not all dark beers—and most especially not all dark lagers—are the same. Take some time to parse the different dark lager styles out there and consider not only how they differ but also how we can modify our brewing approaches to produce them.

The Diverse World of Dark Lagers

Not all dark beers—and most especially not all dark lagers—are the same. Take some time to parse the different dark lager styles out there and consider not only how they differ but also how we can modify our brewing approaches to produce them.

Blood Orange Wit - Brew Your Own

Blood Orange Wit - Brew Your Own

A rich wit bier utilizing zested blood oranges to provide citrus kick. Recipe from professional chef and culinary consultant Mark Molinaro.

How to Brew Barleywine

The Ultimate Guide to Brewing Barleywine

Barleywine is one of the oldest and most popular styles of beer. But, it's not an easy one to brew on your own. Here's our guide to help learn how to brew your own Barleywine recipe at home.

This classic Bavarian celebration lager is all about the malt. Noble hop flavor and aroma take a backseat in this clean, medium-bodied style that has a pleasant grainy sweetness. Brew up this great German lager now to enjoy it the spring.

This classic Bavarian celebration lager is all about the malt. Noble hop flavor and aroma take a backseat in this clean, medium-bodied style that has a pleasant grainy sweetness. Brew up this great German lager now to enjoy it the spring.

(lots of) Vintage Advertising Posters of Beer From Around The World

Vintage Advertising Posters of Beer From Around The World

(lots of) Vintage Advertising Posters of Beer From Around The World

Make Your Best Flanders Red Ale | Craft Beer & Brewing Magazine

Make Your Best Flanders Red Ale

A classic Flanders Red Ale is a riot of flavors, from rich fruity notes of black currant and plum and berries, to bright acidity and dark funk, and even a raw-grain-and-biscuit malt background. Read on and get brewing!

7 Easy Ways to Improve Your IPA

Seven Easy Ways to Improve Your IPA! - Homebrewing - Home Brewers Blog

Recently I came across a great article (5 Tips for Better IPAs) from the American Homebrewers Association where they interviewed Vinnie Cilurzo (Owner and Brewer at Russian River Brewing) and he gave 5 recommendations on how fellow brewers can improve their IPA’s. I thought that I would take some of Vinnie’s fantastic advice and […]

7 essential sour beers, and the science behind the style

Everything You Need To Know About Sour Beers

Sour beers are everywhere, but they’re also super confusing. Here’s everything you need to know, including what to buy.

Home Brewing With Chocolate

Sweet! Home Brewing With Chocolate | E. C. Kraus

Did you know that you can homebrew beer with chocolate? Yes, home brewing with chocolate is one more way to add more creativity to your brews. | E. C. Kraus

How to Brew Stellar Sour Beer at Home: Meet the Fast-Sour

How to Brew Stellar Sour Beer at Home: Meet the Fast-Sour

With this technique, you can make flawless sour beer in weeks, not months.

Brewing beer with yogurt

Brewing with Yogurt

If you want to sour a beer with lactobacillus, there are many ways to do it. One way is to pitch a culture from Wyeast or White Labs. ...

Sour Red Ale

Designing and Brewing a Flanders Red Ale

Hello Sour Brewers! For those of you who, like myself, participate in Facebook, Reddit, or other online forums that discuss craft beer, you will have inevitably seen someone post the question: R…

Scared Sour Berliner Weisse Recipe | Craft Beer & Brewing Magazine

Scared Sour Berliner Weisse Recipe

An earlier version of this Berliner weisse recipe from Josh Weikert won Best of Show at the 2nd Annual Stoney Creek Homebrewers Amateur Brewing Championship.

Sour Blond with Apricots – Recipe & Review

Sour Blond with Apricots - Recipe & Review - The Pour Report

One of my all-time favorite flavor combinations in beer is that magical concoction of a lightly sour blond ale and ripe acidic apricot. For me, this is one of the preeminent examples of synergistic beer formulation. This particular beer starts with a lightly tart base beer provisioned with an ample, earthy Brett funk and naturally occurring stone fruit-like fermentation esters. The sour base reinforces the inherent acidity in the fruit while the slightly phenolic Brett funk finds harmony…

Perfect your Irish Red recipe before St. Patrick's Day!

Make Your Best Irish Red

You don’t have to be Irish to make a great Irish Ale. Follow these guidelines, and you’re well on your way to brewing this easy-drinking red ale.