If you’ve always wanted to brew your own beer but didn’t know where to start, there’s no better time than this Saturday, November 1, which is the American Homebrewer’s Association’s […]
Buckeye BrewCraft is the latest homebrew supply store to open in central Ohio, located in downtown Westerville. The shop sports an Ohio State theme an ...
Back in December, Midwest Supplies offered to send us one of their pre-packaged homebrew kits to review. I chose Uncommon Honey Steam, a California l ...
After a year and a half of planning and construction, the anticipated brew-on-premise business Bru opened its Short North doors to the public yesterda ...
Since hops are a seasonal crop that is harvested in the fall, most hops used by homebrewers and commercial brewers have to undergo processing to dry them out and keep […]
Elevator Brewing Co. is hosting its fourth annual Procrastinator Homebrew Competition – and this year, entrants will have to brew a gluten free beer. Best of Show will be brewed […]
In the last installment in the basic beer ingredients series, I’ll be talking about hops and what they bring to beer. Historically, ancient beers utilized a wide variety of herbs […]
As fall fast approaches, many homebrewers begin thinking about brewing up a batch of hard cider. In addition to being a crisp, refreshing beverage that brings forth images of fall […]
In addition to the base malt and specialty grains that go into the production of a batch of beer, the brewer also has the option of adding adjuncts. Adjuncts are […]
In addition to the variety of base grains that provide the majority of fermentable sugars, brewers can use a wide variety of specialty grains to add flavor and color to […]
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