Whether you are just getting started brewing or have been brewing for decades, there is always something new to learn. Check in here for articles and information to get you brewing better.
New to brewing? For a basic overview of the entire homebrewing process, check this page.
If you are just getting started brewing here are a few comments:
Your local homebrew supply store should be able to help you get all of the equipment and information you need to get started. Find the nearest store to you and head over there today!
One of the best two-page instructions on the brewing process can be found here. It keeps it simple but very effective.
Charlie Papazian's book "The Complete Joy of Homebrewing" is held as many people's entry way into homebrewing. It presents a pratical approach to homebrewing.
John Palmer, author of "How to Brew", has published his first edition of his book at www.howtobrew.com. It is a great way to cover the whole process in a little more detail.
If you want to see club member Mark Emiley give a video demonstration of how to brew, check out these brewing videos. They will take you through the entire brewing process from getting your water ready to drinking your beer. You'll get an overview of the required equipment, ingredients, and detailed steps to make a great first batch of beer. This is just one way to brew - there are many - but this will get you started.