Enjoy this collection of articles that will show you how to build the tools to brew better beer.
A hop spider allows you to add hops to your boil without the nasty sludge from pellets or the leaves from the cones that can clog your equipment. It’s easy to build, and we will show you how!
Ovens and dehydrators can be too aggressive when it comes to drying hops. You can easily build your own drying rack instead, and we’ll show you how!
Making your own mash tun out of a cooler is an easy process and ensures that your mash process is insulated and evenly heated. Here’s how to do it.
Yeast starters will jump-start your fermentation, but you can supercharge the process with a stir plate, which uses a spinning magnet to keep the liquid in constant motion. Here’s how to build your own.
A few commercial hopbacks are available for homebrewers, (e.g., the Blichmann HopRocket). These work perfectly well, but there’s nothing stopping you from making your own. Here’s how.
Counterflow wort chillers cool your boiled wort quickly and with less water than immersion chillers—learn to make your own here!
If you want to build a carboy carrier yourself, there are several different approaches that you can follow. Here, we show you how to convert a large malt bucket, and—as a bonus—how to build a carboy dolly.
Cleaning after brewing is the least fun part of the process, but we have a great DIY project that will make it a little less grueling and shave time off your day!
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