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Here are some resources on homebrewing that I've used:
  • How to Brew - On-line book.  From basic kits to using grains and hops.
  • Paul's Brewing Page - Using grains and hops.
  • BrewWiki
  • Home Brewing Wiki
  • Complete Joy of Homebrewing - All-purpose brewing book.  This book is a great reference, but is a bit dated.
  • Designing Great Beers - Book about designing beer recipes and the makeup of different beer styles.
  • How to Brew - All-purpose brewing book.  I've heard this one is better than the Joy of Homebrewing.  The print edition is more up-to-date than the one available for free on the website.
  • r/homebrewing - Reddit homebrewing community.  Great community for expanding your brewing knowledge.
Sometimes it's difficult to find specific, conclusive, answers to questions you might have.  I think this is because the science behind brewing is extremely complicated and in many ways incomplete.  Therefore, if you can't find the answers you're looking for, "Relax, don't worry, have a homebrew!"