Mr. Beer's Recipes.
MB Discussion Forums
Discussion Forums sponsored by Mr. Beer.
- AHA Forum
Discussion forum on the AHA website.
to Brew by John Palmer
An online book dedicated to teaching how to brew beer.
The Brewing Encyclopedia - a user-created brewing encyclopedia
designed to help home and professional beer brewers.
- Ultimate Beer Resource
A list of beer resources that someone reading this page sent me. (thank you to Jessica)
2008 BJCP Beer Style Guidelines.
- BA Style Guidelines
There is a PDF link of 2012 BA Style Guidelines on this page at the BA website.
- Beer Calculator
Planning some sort of party? This will help you figure out just how many kegs, kegerators, cases of beer, and accessories you'll need to keep the good times flowing.
Bottle Priming Calculator
A handy little web form that will calculate the right amount of
sugar to carbonate different styles of beer.
- Slow Force Carbonation Chart
A chart of carbonation volumes resulting from temperature vs CO2 pressure.
- Screwy's Brewing Tools & Formulas
A bunch of calculators. The batch priming calculator is more complete than others I've seen.
Chart listing types of grains and what they add to a beer. Also,
lets you know if you need to mash or not.
- BYO Grains and Adjuncts Chart
Here's a composite list of grains and adjuncts.
Briess Malt Extract Products
Spec sheets for the Briess Extracts. Links to other grains as
Here's an overview of the most common strains
currently available to homebrewers from North America's leading
suppliers, who provided all of the information for this chart.
- Wyeast Yeast Strain Guide
List of the Wyeast strains of yeast. Lists specifications and appropriate styles for each strain.
So how do I choose the right hops for my beer? With such a wide
range of flavor and aroma characteristics, this chart can serve as a
helpful guide to more than eighty varieties.
Beer Advocate Hop Guide
A growing list of different hop varieties.
Welcome to Beer 101. Here you will find beer articles and general
information to help in your beer-education.
Mr. Beer Fans
Discussion Forums independent of, but related to Mr. Beer.
Brew Your Own
The How-To Homebrew Magazine.
Your favorite brew radio site.
Beer at Home
My Local Home-Brewing Shop.
Another LHBS close to LODO.
- The Brew Hut
Still another LHBS that I go to. This one close to the Denver tech center.
Pictorial instructions on harvesting yeast.
- Screwy on Washing Yeast
I gave Screwy the Washing Yeast link and I think he did a better job documenting it.
- Billy Brew on Washing Yeast
The very best explanation I have found on washing yeast. Billy did a great video on it.
Brew in a Bag
An article on BIAB, an all-grain brewing method.
A BYO article on a technique of partial mashing very close to my
process. Uses a 2 gallon water cooler and a grain bag.
Simple all Grain Brewing
Nice little pictorial of how to all-grain brew. Includes some
nice photos of a homemade Mash Tun.
Homemade Mash Tun Design
Cheap & Easy 10 Gallon Rubbermaid MLT Conversion.
- DIY Kegerator
Step-By-Step Kegerator Plans from Popular Mechanics.
- How to Build a Homebrew Kegerator
Wiki-how instructions on building a kegerator.
- Denny Brew
Came across this guy on the AHA Forum. Has very simple mash tun design. His page talks about batch sparging.
- A few more beer blogs:
The Dam Brewery, My Homebrew Journal, Scott's NanoBrewery, Tom "Tabasco" Young, Brian 1179, Trent's Homebrew Journal, Senor Pepe's Brew Log, R2D2Beer, Hyper Adrenalin Brewer, Swen's Brew Log
Random Internet Recipe's:
I would like to try the following recipes someday. Putting them
here so I can easily find them.
rniles from the Mr. Beer forum posted this. I think I might
try it sometime. It is all-grain, so I may just use the
specialty grains and hops (and spices) part of the recipe.
Killians Irish Red Clone:
Came across this on the internet and thought I would mark it for
Moose Drool Clone:
From D-Rock on the Mr. Beer Forums.
D Train Brewery Maple Nut Brown Ale
Not sure if I want to try another Maple, but just in case I am
putting the link in here. Another one from D-Rock on the Mr.
Beer Forums. I have to say this guy is my hero.
Big Dave's Sam Adams Clone
He did this "all grain", which I am not ready for, but he also gives
an extract suggestion.
HHB's Dark Hefeweizen
Mr. Beer ingredients with some steeping grains plus some DME.
Looks interesting to me.
Mai Tyre (Fat Tire Clone)
Another D-Rock recipe. Partial Mash with pretty good
instructions. Looks somewhat similar to the one from my LHBS,
but is sized for a Mr. Beer size keg. Probably try this one
Sample recipes from BeerSmith.