Whilst you can make a great brew using a kit, once you begin using extracts and – eventually – grains you can exercise so much more control over the brewing process to get the results you want.

If you have a great recipe you’d like to share with other readers, please e-mail it to us at info@homebrewkent.co.uk.

Otherwise, feel free to browse the following sites that have a whole host of recipes that will keep your brewing heart happy.

brewdog back catalogue

Brewdog DIY Dog

www.brewdog.com/diydog

In 2005, two guys and a dog began home brewing in a garage in North-Eastern Scotland. Two years and countless successes & failures later, BrewDog came howling into the world. Eight years after that – and more than 200 different beers later – we released the recipe and story behind every single one of those brews.

Download DIY Dog to explore their back catalogue, recreate an old favourite and put your spin on any BrewDog beer ever created.

BYO Cover

Brew Your Own Magazine Recipe Section

http://byo.com/stories/recipeindex

Brew Your Own, launched in 1995, is the largest circulation magazine for people interested in making their own great beer at home. Every issue includes recipes, how-to projects and expert advice to help you brew world-class beer.

They have helpfully collated a large range of recipes on their website. Their list of brews is diverse, including: Bocks, Ciders, European Wheat Beers, Fruit Beers, Lambics, IPAs, EPAs, Porters, Smoked Beers, Mead, Imperial Stouts and Lagers.