Participating in local homebrew events is great way to connect with your brewing community. Join the fun with these yearly events to help you grow your business!
AHA Big Brew
Alway held on the first Saturday of May, AHA Big Brew is a day to celebrate National Homebrew Day. National Homebrew Day falls on May 7 each year, so hosting a Big Brew event on the weekend encourages more people to participate.
AHA Mead Day
Held on the first Saturday of August, AHA Mead Day gives you an opportunity to educate your customers about the oldest known fermented beverage, mead.
Need a recipe suggestion? Use the AHA Homebrewopedia to find the perfect mead recipe for your region.
AHA Learn to Homebrew Day
Scheduled for the first Saturday of November, AHA Learn to Homebrew Day is the perfect time to bring in new brewers to your business. Host your own brewing event and bring in a crowd. This is the day to share your knowledge of brewing.
Local Club Events
Be it a homebrew competition or local meetings, getting to know your local homebrewering community is the best way to stay connected. Offer to have your staff host a demonstration or speak at an upcoming club event and be sure to bring along some marketing materials to promote your business.
Throughout the year, AHA Rallies are hosted by Brewers Association (BA) brewery members for American Homebrewers Association (AHA) members. Partnering with an existing Rally can benefit you and the host brewery. It puts your business in front of your local community and adds excitement to the event. Be sure to bring some giveaways for the raffle of door prizes!
For more information or ideas how you can participate in homebrewing events, please contact Matt Bolling, AHA Events & Membership Coordinator. 888.822.6273 x 184, 303.447.0816 x 184.