Juicy Bits from WeldWerks Brewing Co. in Greeley, Colorado, is a New England–style IPA that has quickly garnered both regional and national attention for the brewery. Brewer Neil Fisher scaled this recipe to homebrew size.

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While many of us have New Year’s resolutions to become healthier or fitter, we should also take the time to look at how we can be better brewers, too. Long-time homebrewer Jester Goldman has some ideas and they include tackling…

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Technically, if you’re brewing a beer without hops, it’s not really a beer, but even so, you’ll want to be sure to use the right ingredients. Interested? Then check out this video and the tips Josh Weikert has for adjusting…

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http://ift.tt/2hJmIwp Beer and cheese are natural partners, with equally wide ranges of possible flavors. Here, we offer a few suggestions on how to think about pairing various styles of cheese with different beer styles.

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English Porter is one of the oldest continually-produced styles of beer in the world, dating in its current form back to at least the early 18th century. Here’s how to create this interesting (but never overpowering) drinking experience.

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When you take a few precautions to keep your stored hops in tip-top shape, they’ll reward you all year long . . . and beyond. So make sure you know everything there is to know about storing hops by watching this…

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We’re celebrating National Bacon Day (December 30) with beer and bacon pairings and have a list of great-tasting bacon-flavored beers to try, too! So, make an appointment with your cardiologist, do twenty sit-ups, and eat a few salads, because it will…

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Learn how to make sour beer “Sour beers are now, arguably, the hottest thing since a certain three-initialed beer style became king of the craft world. While IPA is still the most-consumed craft product (by a country mile), more and…

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The process of branding and building a beer business can at times be overwhelming, here are five tough branding questions that every craft-beer brand should ask themselves before undertaking this complicated task. 1) Why would someone buy your beer instead…

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Two Rivers Brewing’s Josh Bushey and Weyerbacher’s Chris Wilson describe their first collaboration brew as a young bruin. They “quick” soured it with Lacto and cheated some of the long aging stuff with oak spirals and lots of fruit. For the…

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