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Brewer vs Nature (Part 3)

Rain? Wind? If you do face down the adversity of nature’s challenges on an outdoor homebrew day, remember to reward yourself for your efforts. Jester Goldman recommends a refreshing homebrew.

Make Your Best: Biere de Garde

The Biere de Garde was once described to the author as the "King of the Belgian and French styles."

Brewer vs Nature (Part 2)

Whether it’s the dry heat of the desert or swampland humidity, many brewers are forced to give up on the hobby for the summertime. Our resident homebrew columnist, Jester Goldman, has some solutions that will keep you in beer year round.

Brewer Vs. Nature (Part 1)

Our columnist Jester Goldman has some tips on how you can make the most out of homebrewing as the temperatures drops.

Monterey Common California Common Beer Recipe

The California Common is rumored to be the only indigenous American beer style, and its hybrid nature makes it an interesting and delicious beer to reach for in the late summer months.

Make Your Best American Stout

The American Stout, like all stouts, is notably roasty, but much like the American (Robust) Porter it also allows for significant experimentation with hops.

A Homebrewer’s Gift Guide (From an Experienced Homebrewer)

Here are some gift ideas from our resident homebrewing columnist. The homebrewer in your life can always use some new or upgraded equipment, and this is the perfect time of year to make it happen. Be generous and you’ll almost certainly sip the rewards.

Industrial Arts' Tools of the Trade American Pale Ale Recipe

As close to a flagship that Industrial Arts Brewing Co. gets, this American pale ale created by Jeff O’Neil is vibrant with Apollo, Simcoe, Cascade and Chinook hops. Folks wait in line for this at his brewery, and now you can make it at home.

Make Your Best International Dark Lager

This beer style works just fine on its own for a fall or winter party tap addition, and it also makes a great base for winter-themed spice and fruit beers.

Four Steps to Better Extract Brewing

Here are some tips to move you forward along the path to better beer.