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If you’re ready to take your IPA to the next level, and maybe even win an award along the way, use these tips to improve your odds of making the final round. https://beerandbrewing.com/VtXo8ykAAMgVjygC/article/how-to-brew-your-best-ipa-ever More

If you’re ready to take your IPA to the next level, and maybe even win an award along the way, use these tips to improve your odds of making the final round.

How to Harvest Yeast from a Commercial Beer | E. C. Kraus Homebrewing Blog

Do you love clone homebrew recipes but can't seem to find that coveted yeast the pros use? Learn how you can harvest yeast from commercial beer.

Freezing Yeast from starters, either from homebrewing or commercial starters or unfiltered beer

There’s some information out there about freezing yeast, but I’m not sure how many people are actually doing it. I’ve read a lot of posts about yeast.

Herb Beers With Herbs Hanging

Brew Your Own Herbal Beers! Before hops were popular (we’re talking hundreds of years ago), a wide variety of herbs and spices provided the bittering and flavoring characteristics to balance beer’s malty sweetness. By using herbs in your own homebrew,

Yeast washing and yeast rinsing   ...can make a big difference in your homebrew when repitching yeast! But what's the difference and how do they affect beer?

Yeast washing and yeast rinsing can make a big difference in your homebrew when repitching yeast! But what& the difference and how do they affect beer?

If you’re ready to take your IPA to the next level, and maybe even win an award along the way, use these tips to improve your odds of making the final round. https://beerandbrewing.com/VtXo8ykAAMgVjygC/article/how-to-brew-your-best-ipa-ever More

If you’re ready to take your IPA to the next level, and maybe even win an award along the way, use these tips to improve your odds of making the final round.

Checking the Final Gravity

Making great beer consistently requires consistency in record keeping. Here's why every homebrewer should keep a brewing log next to them while brewing.

How to Make a Padlock Shim -- my dreams of becoming a world-class thief are just beginning!

How to Make a Padlock Shim. Have you lost the key to a padlock? You could call a locksmith or cut the shackle, but you may be able to quickly and easily open it with a shim, a thin piece of metal that you slide into the locking mechanism.