July 25, 2014 by
Here are websites specific to the home brewing hobby
that we recommend...
Created on behalf of U.S. craft brewers to celebrate the
best of American beer. When visiting CraftBeer.com you
can expect to learn about all aspects of the amazing
craft-brewed beer from today’s small U.S. producers. Not
just how to better enjoy the beverage in your glass, but
about the individuals and processes behind your beer.
The Brewers Association is an organization of brewers, for
brewers and by brewers. More than 1,400 US brewery members
and 30,000 members of the American Homebrewers Association
are joined by members of the allied trade, beer wholesalers,
individuals, other associate members and the Brewers
Association staff to make up the Brewers Association.
Interesting website with articles for both the basic and
advanced brewer. A nice selection of beer recipes for
the home brewing enthusiast, including Belgian Ales, Amber
Ales, Brown Ales, Fruit/Spice Ales (including a nice Pumpkin
Beer), Lagers, Scottish Ales, Stouts, and Wheat Beers.
This is a global network of beer professionals (well,
they know their beer) dedicated to the advancement of beer.
Their goal is to Wake the masses to better beer options,
give beer consumers a voice, empower them to learn, share,
and advocate, rally to support the beer industry, and put
the respect back into beer. Learn about virtually
every beer, read reviews and get ratings.
What a home brew cave should look like, and plenty of
information on brewing all-grain, especially 20-gallon
batches. Instructions on building a brew station.
Good site, with lots of images and info. You are going
to love the "Bierkeller"!