There are over 1,400 American Homebrewers Association (AHA) registered homebrew clubs throughout the United States and around the world. Homebrew clubs are the life-blood of the homebrewing community. A local homebrew club provides an area’s homebrewers with an opportunity to meet other brewers, socialize, and learn from the club’s collective experience. By joining a club, you will not only have fun with fellow homebrewers, but you will likely become a better homebrewer.
Find a Homebrew Club
The simplest way to connect with your local community of homebrewers is to use the Find a Club directory to get a list of registered homebrew clubs in your state. Use this tool to hook up with other homebrew clubs when you are traveling, too!
Starting and Running a Club
Can't find a homebrew club in your town? Put the word out and start one of your own! Check out the AHA Club Resources wiki for ideas on how to start and run your own club.
Register a Club
If your club is not yet listed in the AHA-registered clubs database, you can register for free by completing the Club Update Form.
Registration with the AHA gets your club listed in the AHA-registered clubs database, helping local homebrewers find you. Registered clubs also submit an entry for the annual AHA Radegast Club of the Year Award.
The AHA Club Resources wiki is a great place to post your homebrew club's profile. You can include your club logo, details about meeting times, contact information and photos of club activities. Check out the club profiles on the wiki, and then post your club's profile!
The AHA Club Resources wiki also has information about club benefits, finances, management, events, newsletter examples, etc.
Every three weeks the AHA features a different Brew Club story. The featured homebrew club is usually chosen from the Club Profiles posted on the AHA Club Resources wiki. Be sure to post your club's profile so it can be featured! Check out the previous homebrew Club Stories featured on HomebrewersAssociation.org.