The Brewery: Loads of recipes, FAQs, and links.
The Association of Brewers (AOB): A non-profit organization encompassing the American Homebrewers Association (AHA), the Institute for Brewing Studies (IBS), and Brewers Publications. They also run the Great American Beer Festival (GABF). The Rackers are an AHA-affiliated club.
BJCP Style Guidelines: These are the official guidelines used for judging the Titletown Open as well as most, if not all, of the other competitions in the U.S.
Glenn Tinseth's Hop Page: Everything you ever cared to know about hops and more.
Skotrat's Yeast Specs: Scott Abene has put up specs for just about every yeast strain known to man on the his website. While you're there, check out the whole "Beer Slut" website!
Homebrew Talk: Forums for discussing the finer points of beer and brewing.
How to Brew Your First Beer: Easy-to-follow, step-by-step instructions on how to brew your first beer.
Mead Made Easy: Simple instructions for brewing mead and its varients. Several recipes are included.
Mead Made Complicated: If Mead Made Easy doesn't give you information on mead that you need, Mead Made Complicated definitely will.
A Liddil Lambic Lesson: All kinds of information and background for Lambic (or, more appropriately pLambic or pseudo-Lambic) brewing written by Jim Liddil.
Homebrew FAQ: A Wiki-style site for finding answers to all of your brewing questions. You can even add your own FAQs.
House of Homebrew: Green Bay's source for homebrewing supplies, co-owned by a Racker! Rackers members receive a 10% discount. Tell them you heard about them at Rackers.Org!
Homebrew Market: Appleton's homebrew outlet. Rackers members receive a 10% discount on brewing supplies! Tell them you heard about them at Rackers.Org!
Beer Geek: One-stop online shopping for all those hard-to-find domestic and imported beers
Briess Malting Company: A Chilton, Wisconsin-based malting company, with a full line of barley malts and malt extracts.
Schreier Malting Company: A Sheboyan, Wisconsin-based malting company and exclusive importer of Belgian DeWolf-Cosyns malts.
Northwestern Extract Company: Yet another Wisconsin-based supplier of malt extract.
Coopers Brew Products: The only homebrewing products made in a real brewery!
Lallemand: Makers of Danstar dry beer yeast and Lalvin dry wine yeast.
White Labs: Makers of White Labs "pitchable" liquid yeast.
Wyeast Labs: Makers of the popular Brewer's Choice line of liquid yeast.
Local Breweries and Liquor Stores
Titletown Brewing Co.: This brewpub is located in the old train depot on the west side of the Ray Nitschke Memorial Bridge (which actually works occasionally).
Hinterland: Hinterland brewery, restaurant, and lounge offer a West Coast menu on the west coast of the Fox.
Fox River Brewing Co.: Two locations: one in Oshkosh and the other at the Fox River Mall in Appleton.
Online and Print Periodicals
The Homebrew Digest (HBD): A mailing list dedicated to making you a better brewer. Search back issues for all kinds of information.
Search the Brewing Mailing Lists: Search for information from the back issues of the Homebrew Digest, Mead Lover's Digest, JudgeNet Digest or Lambic Digest.
Brew Your Own Magazine: A homebrewing magazine geared toward the novice brewer.
Brewing Techniques Magazine: A homebrewing magazine geared more towards the advanced or craft brewer. Sadly, it has gone out of business. The website, however, lives on.
Zymurgy: The official magazine of the AHA.
rec.crafts.brewing: Brewing information on the Usenet. Make sure you take a second to read the r.c.b FAQ.
ProMash: Brand-new Win95 native homebrew software that does anything a brewer might want it to do. Beta-tested and highly recommended by your webmaster!
SUDS: An easy-to-use homebrewing program for Windows 3.x and 95. A completely revamped version, SUDS 6.3, is now available.
BeerSmith: A newcomer to the Windows brewing software scene, BeerSmith gives an Explorer-like interface to your brewing world.
Brewer's Workshop: A quite powerful recipe program that allows you to set up mash schedules, automatically adjust your water, and just about anything else you might like to do. It is a native Win 3.x app.
HBRCP: aka Homebrewing Recipe Calculating Program for Win 3.x. It takes a little getting used to, but it has many powerful features.
Beer Appreciation Sites
RealBeer: Everything that has anything to do with homebrewing and the craft-brewing industry.
Beer Me! (formerly known as "Beer Is My Life!"): All kinds of beer-related information, tasting notes, brewpub directories, and on and on and on . . .
The Mining Co.: The best of the best in beer on the 'Net.
Cream City Suds: Lists and lists of Milwaukee area breweries, homebrew clubs, homebrew shops, and taverns.
Great Lakes Brewing News: News and views on the brewing scene from the great states (and provinces) around the Great Lakes.
Brew Monkey: Fear the monkey!
The Unofficial Wisconsin Beer Page: Links to Wisconsin breweries and other beer-oriented sites. There's also a calendar of upcoming beer-related events across the state.
Fatty Matty Brewing: A list of various beer and brewing resources on the web.