How 2 Broo It
There's an increasing number of pages out there nowadays with
folks' recipes and stuff. These are the ones I like best.
- The Recipator.
Finally, someone's put a beer recipe formulator up on the web! (I
sorta wish it'd been me -- as if I had time! -- but I don't begrudge
Mark Riley his pride of place. It's GREAT.)
- Eric's Beer Page.
Recipe exchange, label archive, reviews of beers and breweries. Too bad he
likes Samuel[TM] Adams[TM]... But don't get me started on that.
- Spencer's Beer Page.
Pictures of labels, FAQs, archive sites, recipe files, Great American
Beer Festival results, search Hombrew and other Digests (Mead,
Lambic...), pages out of Sir Kenelme Digby's Closet Opened (including
SCA period recipes for meads!), and lots of links to other beer-related
Web pages and documents. Great resource.
- The Brewery. An online
reference library for homebrewers, including organization lists, The
Cat's Meow 3rd edition (recipes from net.brewers), reference pages, and
other useful stuff. There's a really useful
Conversion Page there...
A very nice collection of information and recipes for various styles of
mead, metheglin, morat, mulsum, hydromel, braggot, etc etc etc
- Cider Space aka "incider".
It's not at teleport.com any more. Where did it go?? Can anybody tell me?
- Storey's Beer page. A very cool
site put up by the folks who publish the country living bulletins.
Articles, info, contests, etc.
- Beertown Homebrew Shop.
The Association of Brewers' homebrew page -- they're an umbrella organization
over the American Homebrewers'
Association and sponsor the Great
American Beer Festival.
Where to Drink It
A buncha brewery homepages
- Real Beer Pages; regional
microbrewery virtual tours (with links to public transit pages),
Celebrator and other "brewspapers" online, event lists, recipes,
merchandise from micros and so forth. Since I put this link up, they've
become a really great resource for folks who like beer. Check 'em out.
- Grant's Brewery. Homepage of
the Yakima Brewery, who make lotsa fun beers, including an Imperial
Russian Stout, a Scottish Ale, and a buncha other stuff I really like.
- Malt Whisky
Tour; a virtual tour of Scottish single-malt distilleries, your
choice of Speyside or Island. Additional links, photos of the
distilleries, and tastings. Incomplete as yet, because the author
hasn't got copyright permission for the bits he hasn't included...
Worth at least a browse.
- And finally, the official Guinness site. Check it out!
Folks who I should've let do my job for me...
Last updated: 20 Jan 1999