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September 2011 Features

  • What is the best way to calculate IBU contributions from continual hopping?
  • I am disappointed with the hop aroma in my beers and am a bit leery to use dry hopping. What suggestions do you offer?
  • 2011 Holiday Gift Guide
    This Holiday Season give the gift of beer! Check out all the great beer gear in the following section for some great gift ideas for friends & family or make your own holiday wishlist...
  • Build a Draft Tower
    Build your own draft tower from PVC piping for a fraction of the price of a new one. This project is quick and easy, yet still looks great and works perfectly.
  • Expanding Your Homebrewery: Tips from the Pros
    Chris Graham and John Blichmann explain how best to expand your homebrewery.
  • Dry Hopping, Continual Hopping: Mr. Wizard
    The Wiz gives some advice for dry hopping and answers a question about continual hopping.
  • Sister Brews: Last Call
    Ginger or Mary Ann? One homebrewer has both. In his bedroom. And his wife is OK with that.

Additional Articles

  • Home Brewpub
    A California homebrewer has converted his garage into a combination brewery and pub. See Peace Brewing.
  • Build a Home Bar
    Build a bar specifically designed for homebrewers.
  • No-Sparge Brewing
    No-sparge brewing reduces the amount of equipment you need for all-grain brewing and saves time.
  • Big Sky’s Moose Drool Brown Ale: The Replicator
    The Replicator clones Big Sky’s Moose Drool Brown Ale.
  • English Barleywine: Style Profile
    Big, slightly sweet and malty — learn the right ingredients and techniques needed to brew English barleywine.
  • Homemade Malts: Techniques
    Kiln your own amber and brown malts in your oven?
  • Beer Aroma: Advanced Brewing
    Hey, this beer is warm! And, correspondingly, the vapor pressure of its constituent volatile compounds has increased significantly
  • Build A Portable CO2 Regulator: Projects
    Serve your homebrew like it was shot out of a gun, a paintball gun to be precise.