Mixed-culture beers run the gamut from lighter, nuanced, farmhouse-style ales to acid-forward wild ales and lambic beers. Here, five respected brewers share favorites from these broad categories that influenced them or exemplify the best of today.
For the service side of your home brewery or home bar—to get your glasses "beer clean" or carry fresh homebrew on the go—here are our picks from Issue 38.
Here are five porters that exemplify the best of America’s own approach to this dark and drinkable style.
The AHA announces the cancellation of this year’s conference in June, simultaneously launching Homebrew Con Online.
Released to celebrate National Homebrew Day, this is the recipe for Schlafly Pale Ale—inspired by Britain but now a Midwestern classic.
We're awarding more than $325,000 in advertising to breweries and other businesses in need of a boost.
Supreme in flavor-hops intensity, these four are among the biggest and best we’ve tasted.
From bespoke historical beer recipes to a thing that turns your can into a cup, here are our Editors' Picks from Issue 37 (February–March 2020).
In the sweet spot (literally and figuratively) for hazy and juicy IPAs, these doubles are twice as nice.