Wood’s Wild Side
By David Batcheller
Wood aging beer can bring a multitude of flavorful aromatic compounds and chemicals that, when balanced with a beer’s character, can add an amazing level of complexity.
The Intricacies of Baltic Porter
By Matt Lange
Baltic porter is something of an enigma in the brewing world. It is both a porter and a lager, dark but not roasty, malty but not heavy, strong yet drinkable, extreme yet refined.
Making Great Coffee Beer
By Nathan Watkins
Some things go together: bacon and eggs, thunder and lightning, and of course coffee and beer. As a professional brewer, I’m on a continual quest to make the perfect coffee beer.
Brew Dogs: Brewing with Four on the Floor
By Diana Davis
After long observation, I have reviewed my detailed notes and come to the conclusion that the Most Vital Tool Ever for Brewing is—are you ready for it? —the brew dog.
By Amahl Turczyn Scheppach, Duncan Bryant, and Jill Redding
Meet the big winners of the American Homebrewers Association’s National Homebrew Competition, and try your hand at brewing the winning recipes from 28 categories.