02.22.10 - 0 comments
Saint Arnold Brewing Company opened the doors of their new brewing facility to American Homebrewers Association (AHA) members at their 5th Annual AHA Rally. The Saint Arnold / AHA Rally, held on February 28th, hosted the first public tour of the new brewe more >
02.09.10 - 0 comments
Follow in the steps of thy forefathers and Brew Better Beer! This month, the American Homebrewers Association (AHA) is giving away a free copy of Beer in America: The Early Years - 1587-1840 with the purchase of an AHA membership.
From the Back Cover - more >
02.01.10 - 0 comments
AHA Club-Only Competitions (COC) offer AHA-registered homebrew clubs an opportunity to compete with other AHA-registered homebrew clubs in a one-style competition. Currently, there are over 800 AHA-registered clubs world-wide.
01.27.10 - 0 comments
AHA sends homebrew legalization action alerts to MS and OK homebrewers. Spread the word! more >
01.21.10 - 1 comments
The American Homebrewers Association takes the right to homebrew very seriously... more >
01.18.10 - 0 comments
If you haven't checked out the line-up of speakers for the 2010 AHA National Homebrewers Conference, now is the time! This year's Keynote Speaker is Mark Stutrud of Summit Brewing. Mark founded Summit in 1984 and the beer world soon took notice. more >
01.13.10 - 0 comments
Host hotel for the 2010 AHA National Homebrewers Conference in Minneapolis June 17-19 is nearly full. more >
01.11.10 - 0 comments
Created in 2002, the Upper Mississippi Mash-Out (UMMO) has grown into one of the largest homebrew contests in the country. The first year of the contest drew less than 200 entries but in recent years UMMO has seen nearly 1000 entries from coast to coast.
12.14.09 - 0 comments
Now everyone can search through 17 years of Zymurgy Archives to find past articles. Cater your search by Year/Volume, Subject, Author or Key Word and you're ready to go. Once you find the article you're looking for you can go back through your lib more >
12.07.09 - 0 comments
Just weeks after President Carter signed the bill that legalized homebrewing, Charlie Papazian and Charlie Matzen launched the American Homebrewers Association (AHA) in Boulder, CO on December 7, 1978 with the publication of the first issue of Zymurgy mag more >