Marshall Schott does excellent reviews and experiments related to brewing beer.
Drew Beechum and Denny Conn answer a number of questions in a forum. This may come closer to a forum instead of a blog, but I thought this would good enough to give mention to some of the best beer blogs. They solve some questions.
Steve, a West Virginia homebrewer, gives his input to German style beers along with some recipes.
Ronald Pattinson, an author, does regular features in his beer blog. He changed the way I felt about mashing techniques as he disclosed a lot of history about the methods.
This blogger examines several ideas in brewing much like Schott above, but it is not as experimental as my #1 site listed above.
This author has focused on large scale brewing, but also goes into detail about beer styles like Lambic and Geuze.
Lars Marius Garshol, a Norwegian beer enthusiast, teaches a lot about yeast, ale and a number of other things
I love the magazine enough that I got a subscription. There are some blogs by a variety of authors that are free and available online.
This is a great online magazine that covers the craft beer industry and spirits as well.
I'm not quite sure if this really qualifies for the best beer writing. He definitely has made it unusual and interesting. This is a great online magazine that covers the craft beer industry and spirits as well.
Hey, you didn't think you'd get through my best of the blogs without plugging my own blog did you? This is simple for the beginner, but I will try to keep everyone up to speed with what I'm doing with homebrewing beer. More articles are to come...
Hopefully, my links are working above. If not copy and paste to check some great reading.
Of course, I don't want to say that you have to limit your pursuit of beer knowledge from just these sites. You should consider doing searches on the internet by online newspapers like washingtonpost.com, grbj.com, denverpost.com, and laweekly.com. Search your favorite newspaper with the word "beer" afterwards to extract some great informative articles about this wonderful pastime.
If you have kept up with my blog, I've shown you the basics about brewing your own beer. Now, you can keep up-to-date with the trends and the latest information just like I do from reading some of these blogs. What's better than just reading about homebrewed beer? Open up a cold one to enjoy at the same time.