Grains, malts, hops, yeast, water and other ingredients used to brew. Recipe reviews and suggestions.

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Postby WhooreBrew » Sun Feb 23, 2003 11:10 am

I am a newbie to homebrew and am interested in creating some of my own recipes. I was wondering where I can find some good information about what kind of grains go together and which grains are typically used to make specific types of beer. I just ordered "Designing Great Beers," but would like some internet resources as well. Thanks
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Try here

Postby jayhawk » Sun Feb 23, 2003 1:34 pm

Try John Palmer's This is a very concise internet resource on all aspects of brewing, and he has a section on recipe formulation.
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How new is a newbie

Postby fitz » Tue Feb 25, 2003 8:33 am

How new to brewing are you?
If you have a couple batches under your belt, and want to start experimenting, go to the recipe section of this site and look up the type of beer you like the most. I'm sure you'll find many recipes. Try a few of them and compare, then you can start to change things to suit you. Practice makes perfect, and have fun with it.
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