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Any suggestions for good blogs aimed at home brewers?

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This isn't really an appropriate question for SE, it's open ended and can't have a specific answer. –  paul Feb 11 '13 at 19:26
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Here's a dump of all my "Beer & Homebrewing" subscriptions from Google Reader. If yours is on here and you don't want to be, go ahead and edit it out. If you're is on here and you want to point out that it's yours, go ahead and denote it as such. Most of these are about homebrewing, but a few are about beer in general. If you want to edit those out, feel free. If you want to add more links, I suggest using this answer as a wiki list of all known blogs.

This list includes all of the blogs linked to in all the other answers as of 13:22 EST on Feb. 01, 2011.

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You just made my day... thank you. –  Heather Apr 28 '13 at 15:59
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I personally like The Mad Fermentationist http://www.themadfermentationist.com/ . He has allot of great resources on sour ales and is very helpful.

My home brewing blog is located at: http://www.westcoastbrewer.com/

and I also contribute to: http://www.homebrewingguild.com/

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http://homebrewingfun.blogspot.com aka Brain Sparging on Homebrewing is a good homebrewing blog.

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I try to provide a great blog for homebrewers over at http://www.orionhomebrewing.com Nearly every batch I brew is also a homebrewing experiment. Cheers!

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I have recently become addicted on drinking pale ale. It makes those german malt flavours sing.

http://ctfinebistro.com/blog/beer/

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If you stopped by BrewGeeks for a look around then I'd like to buy you a beer.

A virtual beer that is...

-Cheers!

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http://fluke-brewing.blogspot.com/

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Added this to the big list. –  KISS Brew Aug 7 '12 at 21:42
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Can I add my blog at www.fairwater-brewery.co.uk - it's just my journal of brewing rather than anything desperately exciting or instructional...

For forums I tend to stick with Jim's Beer Kit or The Home Brew Forum, but that's probably 'cause they're UK based and fit with what I'm wanting to brew and the kit I use.

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Absolutely! I added it to the big list. –  JackSmith Feb 3 '11 at 0:40
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The few brewing blogs I have followed don't seem to last very long, or when I do find them they are months (or years) out of date.

However http://homebrewblog.co.uk/ seems to be currently active. And http://www.thehomebrewforum.co.uk/ has strong membership.

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The posts on Brewer's Friend are good. And Northern Brewer has a blog that I just started reading.

As for self-pimpage, here's my brewing site.

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I am sort of partial to my blog Brew Dudes. Seeing as this is a community wiki, I don't mind pimping my own site.

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I enjoy reading the Mad Fermentationist. http://www.themadfermentationist.com/

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I've been loving this one... –  baka Feb 1 '11 at 23:17
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I run a blog that's aimed at finding good homebrew and beer related deals and unique brewing equipment.

http://homebrewfinds.blogspot.com

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I run a blog about home brewing and its updated every other day or so.

If you are interested check it out at: http://www.mashspargeboil.com

Thanks

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