Chasing the Dream (Commercial Brewing)
By Mike Prejna

By Mike Prejna I love beer. Love, love, love it. And if you’re reading this, you probably love beer too.     My Story I have to admit I didn’t really love it at the very beginning. My first beer that was all mine, not just a sip of my dad’s,...

Brewing for Competitions
By Samuel Persichilli

By Samuel Persichilli     I’ve always considered brewing for competitions almost entirely separate from “normal” brewing. I usually have a system for iterating and improving beers that I primarily brew for myself or to share with friends, but...

Homebrewing in the Military
By John Schaffer

By John Schaffer Homebrewing in the military has grown in popularity and has become even more accessible in the last 10 years. I know a few veterans that started out as homebrewers while in the military and now own a successful brewery. Some of the reasons they started brewing is that it...

Bread and Beer: A Common Past and an Intriguing Future
By Tobin Bottman

By Tobin Bottman The production of bread and beer share many commonalities, as both rely upon water, grain and yeast, and have an ancient heritage, as evidenced in archaeological discoveries. This article documents the similarities between beer and bread, and what one delicious fermented...

What's In A Beer?

  A beer is more than what is in the cup. It is an experience with friends, a cool down after a long day at work, a moment to relax, and if you make it yourself it is a slow pour of cold success. To understand how to make beer it is important to start with the basics. There are...

A Look at Ethics in Beer Judging
By Alan Moen

Beer competition judges must rise to the challenge of fairness and integrity. To the serious home brewer, spring means more than budding trees and blooming flowers. It also represents the blossoming of scores of regional and national beer competitions, such as the first round of the AHA...

Homebrew Calculators
By MoreBeer!

Quick & Easy To Use Web Based Brewing Calculation Tools!   Wondering how much dried malt extract you will need for that yeast starter? Or maybe how many IBUs that 13% alpha acid hop will contribute when added to your boil? Don't worry we got your covered with our FREE...

Brewing Terminology
By Jonathan Plise

A quick reference guide for the Homebrewer By: Jonathan Plise   Ale: A top-fermenting yeast strain that is fermented at warmer temperatures ranging from 55-85F depending on the strain. Ale fermentations are generally shorter than lager fermentations, ranging from...

Brewnomics: Brewing Beer is Cheaper Than Buying it
By Olin Schultz

    What is Brewnomics?   It's simple: Brewing beer is cheaper than buying it.  https://www.morebeer.com/category/home-brewing-kits.html#Brewnomics