Homebrewing as a mainstream hobby has been poked and prodded so much that there would seem to be little left to explore. Books on the subject range from the comprehensive to the esoteric. A new take on the former is How to Brew by John Palmer.
From the All About Beer Blog
July 1, 2002 - Ian Bowering
“Today they say of Alexander Keith’s beer, ‘those who like it, like it a lot.’ Well, it would seem that to have known the Honorable Alexander Keith, was to like HIM a lot.”
March 1, 2002 - K. Florian Klemp
The midwestern United States has always been known as a great beer-producing area, thanks to a major influx a century ago of immigrants who just wouldn’t be without their favorite homeland brews. Today, many great brewpubs and microbreweries carry on the tradition.
March 1, 2002 - Ian Bowering
Canada was built on brawn, beaver and beer, according to veteran beer marketer Allen Sneath in his ground-breaking chronicle, Brewed in Canada.
November 1, 2001 - K. Florian Klemp
Most homebrewers get into the hobby as a means to produce their favorite styles or brands of beer. They yearn to produce world class beer right at home. But many variables ultimately determine whether or not a brewer can actually achieve his or her goal. Skill level, commitment, technical accouterments, and that certain “knack” all... View Article