If the information on this website has whetted your appetite, you may also consider the following resources interesting.
"How to Brew" by John Palmer
This completely free E-book deals with all the ins and outs of home
brewing, and is intended to give the novice brewer a head start. It deals
with everything from brewing your first kit to progressing into full mash
brewing. This is highly recommended reading for the interested novice.
There are two types of home brewers in the world: those who have read
this book, and those who should have.
A Beginner's Guide to Homebrewing
An introduction to home brewing aimed at the novice, including
a list of links to various articles with comprehensive information
on the brewing process, beer styles, hops, recipes, the chemistry of
brewing, and what not. A highy recommended starting point for the
beginning home brewer!
The Wort Hog Brewers
The Wort Hog Brewers is a South African based beer brewing club
dedicated to the art and science of making good beer. Their website is
a resource for members and hopefully an inspiration for others to get
involved in one of life's finest hobbies. It provides recipes, lists of
suppliers, scheduled events, and tons of other items of interest.
The SouthYeasters Home Brewing Club
This is a club of beer brewing enthusiasts living in and around Cape
Town. Their website also provides a wealth of information.
The Brewer's Friend
This website contains a number of printable resources (brew day
sheets, recipe templates, check lists, etc.) as well as various online
tools (recipe formulator, calculators, etc.). There are also many tips
and tricks to be found. A valuable tool for the home brewer!
A Primer on Priming
This article gives you a comprehensive overview of how much priming
sugar to use in which beer style. If you want to carbonate your beer
exactly to style, this page is one of the best places to start.
BYO (Brew Your Own) is a comprehensive home brewing magazine that
features regular articles on all aspects of home brewing. It highlights
the various beer styles and discusses how to brew them, including
recipes. It also frequently discusses home brewing equipment and gives
you tips on how to build your own. Higly recommended!
Fruit beers are becoming more and more popular. This section of
the Brew Wiki deals with various types of fruit and how to use them in
Brew Wiki: Fruit