Amber lagers encompass a world of styles that bring malt to the forefront of our beloved bottom-fermenting lagers. Browse through these 8 examples of amber lager beer recipes, including Czech- and German-inspired homebrew recipes, clones of commercially-available beers, and winners of the National Homebrew Competition.
The story of the beloved IPA is clouded with misinformation, poor presumptions, and lack of documentation. In this video, beer archaeologist Travis Rupp tells the story of the IPA’s rise to popularity in the 18th century, how it was made, and how it likely tasted.
Two beers are better than one! This beer recipe is all about cost-efficiency. A single mash and boil is conducted and then divided in two to create Oceania IPA and Homegrown IPA.
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Take a look through these 7 experimental mead recipes that incorporate various ingredients and processes that break the traditional mead mold.
Sponsored content from Fermentis. All images courtesy Fermentis. The first thing to know about Belgian beers is that there is a LOT to know. The Belgians have been brewing beer in… Read More
Chicha is a catch-all term in much of South America that's used for a variety of alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks made from corn and manioc roots.
This recipe presents several possible ingredients and brewing options based on different chicha traditions across the Amazon.
While water is the ingredient that makes up the most of beer, it is often lesser-explored than malt, hops, and yeast.
These 5 videos present various topics on water in the brewing process. For more videos on making beer, mead, and cider, check out the Homebrew Con Seminars Archive.
Brewers and fermentation fans of all skill levels to convene online for 43rd annual homebrewing conference June 17-19, 2021. Registration is sponsored by Fermentis.
Review the summary of the AHA Governing Committee's meeting from May 2021.