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A must for any home brewer's tool bag: .  A great resource of calculators, tools, brew day sheets, charts, water profiles, recipes, and more!

Name That Beer!

‘Name That Beer’ at  Try matching popular beer labels with its respective bottles.  Sounds easy, doesn’t it.  It’s the home brewers version of mental Olympics!

Cool Labels

Nice stuff at has some cool beers and labels that you probably have never seen before.  While the beer inside the bottles and cans may not be our favorite, the labels sure make them look worthy of tasting.

Beer Labels In Motion

See  for Treavor’s creative spin on beer-labels-in-motion.  Your favorite (and obscure) beer labels are animated.  Very cool!

Beer Labels From Around The World

Check out Corey and Nate’s collection of 5000+ beer labels from all around the world!  It’s an eclectic collection that will inspire the home brewer’s label design.  Over 830 brew companies are represented.

Edmund Fitzgerald

One of my favorite porters of all time, Edmund Fitzgerald by Great Lakes Brewing Company. This beer taught me that beer is more than just Bud Light and Miller Lite.

Private Rye Bière De Garde

Private Rye Bière De Garde by Jack’s Abby Brewing is a farmhouse style lager. Starts sweet and ends dry with a hint of rye and hops throughout. This beer turned into one of my favorite spring-time brews.

Double Dose IPA

Double Dose IPA is one of the best beers I’ve ever had. Perfectly hopped, this limited edition beer was brewed by Otter Creek Brewing in collaboration with Lawson’s Finest Liquids in Vermont. That’s Lawson’s brewer Sean Lawson on the left and Otter Creek brewmaster Mike Gerhart on the right. Mmm, tasty teamwork at its best.

Christmas Ale

It isn’t a Beery Christmas unless I can score a couple bottles of Great Lakes Brewing Christmas Ale with the help from my friend Jess visiting family in NY. This stocking stuffer is brewed with honey, ginger, cinnamon and everything merry.

Cane And Ebel

Cane and Ebel is a “hopped up red rye ale” brewed by Two Brothers Brewing in Warrenville, IL. This beer was a sweet hoppy surprise balanced with a touch of spicy rye. What type of hops you ask? Only “the wackiest new Hops we could lay our hands on” according to the bottle.
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