This is part 2 in Style of the Month: Fruit Beer.
So you want to brew a fruit beer. You’ve selected the perfect base beer style and fruit combination and it’s time to start sourcing the fruit and making …More
Homebrewing has brought us more than we could have hoped for—pushing the envelope with new, interesting twists on traditional styles. Now, consider session beers within this context. It’s a beer that has a twist on the traditional style …More
It’s gardening season, and that means the literal fruits of your labor will soon be ripe for the picking. There can’t be a better time to make a fruit beer than when you have homegrown fruit at the …More
Based on Dan Hoffman’s professional life as a world-renowned security expert, author of two security books and currently the chief technology officer for Viewabill.com, you wouldn’t take him as an avid (this is probably an understatement) homebrewer and AHA …More
In 1995, Michael Smith visited a newly opened brewpub in Bellingham, Wa., where he tasted his first India pale ale. Smith was bitten by the beer bug, but locally brewed, flavorful beer was hard to come by in …More
Guillaume Boulanger, director of production at La Barberie Brewery in Quebec City, has been homebrewing for a decade. He’s also a beer bottle lover, which explains why he created an awesome bottle filling system he calls the Automatic …More
Dean Robb, Chris Harton and Brandon Luehrs all live together in Santa Barbara, Calif. The trio enjoys homebrewing and building projects, so they married two of their favorite hobbies and built a bar in their house. Oh, did we mention …More