Zymurgy associate editor Amahl Turczyn developed this brut IPA style description for the Commercial Calibration section of the Mar/Apr 2019 issue of Zymurgy. It has not been endorsed by the BJCP or the Brewers Association for competition purposes, but homebrewers who… Read More
When perceiving certain aromas of beer, you may hear people refer to “esters” and “phenols.” These terms are often times used incorrectly or interchangeably. The fact of the matter is, esters and phenols are quite different, though they can be… Read More
Celebrating the homebrew-nited states, and local craft breweries across the nation, the American Homebrewers Association unveiled its 2019 collection of Craft Beer Clone Recipes.
Can't get your hands on a specific hop variety for your next brew day? Find a suitable substitution with this chart!
A homebrew kit is one of the best gifts you can ever receive (or give!). But it can also be overwhelming if you are brand new to the homebrew scene. The following is a guide to figure out the quickest route… Read More
Browse through the 2018 National Homebrew Competition winning homebrew recipes.
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Browse through the 2018 National Homebrew Competition gold medal homebrew recipes. The National Homebrew Competition is the biggest beer competition in the world. And we're not just talking the biggest homebrew competition. It reigns supreme among all professional and amateur… Read More
The Brooklyn Brewery shares their tips on keeping yeast happy and healthy.
By Duncan Bryant, American Homebrewers Association Don Chapman and Aaron Heaton were two Colorado homebrewers with an affinity for classic European beer styles—specifically those from Germany—and this passion lead to the opening of Grimm Brothers Brewhouse in… Read More
Explore the difference between "fresh" and "wet" hop beer, and how to make one at home.
In this video, we show you a trick to get a rough idea of how different grains will contribute character to beer, without actually having to brew a full batch of beer!