Brew in a bag is the perfect way to start all grain brewing – the techniques are simple and the results are great.
This detailed guide explains how to do it.
A couple of months ago I brewed two ales using 19th Century recipes from the Truman brewery in Burton.
Here’s how they turned out.
Last weekend I brewed my attempt at the International Homebrew Project Burton Ale.
After last year’s very strong mild left me feeling I’d missed a trick, this time I prepared myself for brewing two beers from the one mash.
Here’s how I planned it, and what actually happened.
Here are the results of a quick bottle carbonation experiment. How long should you wait before putting your beer in the fridge?
Despite the amount of brew software that’s out there, it’s undoubtedly useful to be able to do your own brewing calculations.
I’ve been finding out how, and you can too if you want. All you have to do is keep reading!
Beer glassware is a subject that can run and run. Does it or does it not make a difference to the taste of beer?
Whatever the answer, here are some illustrations of the options!
Priming is an important part of home brewing. Without it you won’t have much foam or aroma and your brew won’t look at lot like beer.
So here’s a guide to priming sugar including how to use just the right amount.
Brewing single hop beers is an easy way of trying out different hops. It also makes great beer.
I recently tasted three of my single hop beers side by side to see how much difference hop variety can make. This is how it went.