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How to Stop Worrying & Lager

It may be brewing science, but it ain’t rocket science. You can brew a great lager faster than you think—but not too fast. Drew Beechum demystifies how it works.

Editors’ Picks: Keg Apps, Sensory Kits, and Tough Coolers

Looking for new gear? The Plaato Keg Management System, Yeti Roadie 24, and Brew Essence Sensory Training Kits were among our Editors' Picks in Issue 39.

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Recipe: Superstition Samba-Hopped Mead

From Superstition Meadery in Prescott, Arizona, this homebrew-scale mead recipe gets a tropical boost from Samba hops in the fermentor.

Is Your Point-of-Service System Serving You and Your Customers?

In this interview by the Brewers of Pennsylvania guild, Arryved President Nancy Trigg lays out what you can and should expect from your brewery's point of sale.

Podcast Episode 151: Author Chris Colby on How to Make (Good) Hard Seltzer

The author of the new Brewers Publications book "How to Make Hard Seltzer" joins the podcast to talk about the best ways for brewers to dive into the sparkling world of this skyrocketing beverage.

Video Tip: Adding Coconut to Imperial Stouts and Other Big Beers

If you're adding coconut to your imperial stout, how much should you add? According to Phil Wymore, Perennial's cofounder and brewmaster, the answer is probably, "More."

Meadmakers of the New School

In about a decade, mead has gone from off-the-radar for beer lovers to an attention-grabbing trend driven by bold flavors and rave reviews. So, what’s all the fuss about?

Recipe: Riggs American Lager

Riggs Beer Company in Urbana, Illinois, brews this old-school American pale lager using a traditional double-mash process. The grain bill consists of six-row base malt and whole-kernel corn.

Beer Bars We Love in Orlando, Nuremberg, and Seattle

From the Love Handles department of our April-May 2020 issue, here are three of our favorite beery destinations, from Florida to Washington state via Middle Franconia.

Five on Five: Lagers

Lagers are enjoying a moment with American brewers, as savvy drinkers discover their subtlety and nuance. But which ones do brewers themselves gravitate toward? We asked five for their faves.