Whether you've always dreamed of brewing your own beer or are looking to hone your skills, Brew Your Own magazine is the ideal guide and hobby companion. Ranging from basic how-to to more complex articles, each issue delivers relevant and vital information to home brewers of all levels of experience. Refer to the "Recipe Exchange" section to make sure you're making the best tasting beer. Brew Your Own allows you to troubleshoot problems and gives you the means to compare reviews with other home brewers to find the best fermenters, measuring devices, kettles and equipment kits. With regular columns such as "Help Me Mr. Wizard," "Tips from the Pros" and "Style of the Month," Brew Your Own magazine provides you with essential techniques to maximize your home-brewing experience.

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Customer Reviews

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    Great Home Brewer Mag.

    I love it and read it cover to cover every month. I am a avid home brewer and Liek the information they provide. It caters to the little guy doing extract batches on the stove top to people like me who do all grain in converted Keg systems.
    I would not wait any longer sign up now.


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    Still the best information for homebrewers

    I see some of these reviews dated 2004 and 2003 and I want to reassure everyone that this is still the best source of information for home brewers available in a magazine. I wish that they would go to a full 12 months schedule instead of the every other month in winter schedule they have now. With style guidelines and features as well as how-to articles and the section "Ask Mr. Wizard" is a great help. The readership is large enough that if some mis-information is printed about a product or style in one issue, some industry expert is going to clarify the issue next month.

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    mmm beer

    I have been brewing for about 5 years or so and this magazine has been very informative and helpful. The tips and tricks to make you go from a plastic bucket and pre-boxed beer kit maker (don't get me wrong these make great homebrew) to have the confidence to expand to glass carboys (double fermentation) and developing your own ingredient lists and recipies. It has lots of tips for beginners and for advanced brewers alike. A good mix in my opinion for a brewing magazine.

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