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BYO Oct 2011(Clearance Special)
October 2011 - Specials:
How do I make specialty grains?
I have some left over London Ale yeast sitting in my fridge . . . how long will that last? If I make a yeast starter, what could I do to make it last?
Brew U: Getting A Serious Brewing Education
If you’re looking to turn pro, getting a brewing education will give you a leg up on the competition. Learn your options for getting some serious brew schooling. Plus: “Why Go Pro?,” an essay by Jamil Zainasheff.
Storing Yeast, DIY Specialty Grains: Mr. Wizard
The Wiz lavishly answers questions from two frugal homebrewers on saving your brewers yeast and making your own specialty grains.
Build A Hardwood Beer Box: Projects
Build a hardwood homebrew box with a nautical theme.
Wort Stories: Last Call
How one old school homebrewer caught the bug.
Retro Regional Beer Clones
Take a trip down memory lane and visit five breweries that ruled their region back in the day — Olympia, Dixie, Choc, Hamm’s and Rolling Rock. Plus: Clones by Steve Bader.
Aroma Hop Breeding
In the Pacific Northwest, the company Indie Hops is teaming with Oregon State University to develop new aroma hop varieties. Plus: James Spencer reviews three new hop varieties — El Dorado®, HBC 369 and Galaxy.
Choosing A Brew School: Tips from the Pros
Tips on choosing the right brewing education from three brewing educators.
Maibock: Style Profile
Clean and malty are the watchwords for Maibock.
Preventing Oxidation: Techniques
How to keep the negative effects of oxygen away from your homebrew.
Controlling Chill Haze: Advanced Brewing
The chilling tale of colloidal stabilization — or, how to prevent chill haze in your beer.
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