Check out these 7 Homebrew Con seminar recordings on various topics dealing with water and its role in making quality beer, mead, and cider.
Over one million people make beer in the United States, and more are discovering the past time as a fun (and delicious) way to pass the time.
Julian Shrago of Beachwood BBQ & Brewing shares his ten tips on homebrewing a West Coast IPA.
By John Moorhead, American Homebrewers Association You’ve made sourdough bread. You’ve watched Tiger King. You've made sourdough bread while watching Tiger King. What else can there possibly be to do during a quarantine? You can make beer! Let’s set those idle hands…
Making beer happens in three steps, and lucky for us, they're easy to do at home!
If ever there were a time for a hobby you can sink your creativity and effort into, it’s now while many of us remain at home during COVID-19 social distancing efforts. Homebrewing: The World’s Favorite Pastime From ancient Sumeria to Plymouth Rock,…
Video calling has given the beer community alternative ways to stay engaged with each other.
Almost every brewery you’ve visited started off with humble beginnings of someone making beer on their kitchen stove, learning as they followed an easy recipe on how to make beer.
The first batch is about getting acquainted with the homebrewing process. As you get more brew days under your belt, your confidence grows along with the quality of your beer.
By the American Homebrewers Association Fight boredom with homebrewing! Believe it or not, it’s pretty simple to take 4 ingredients—grains, hops, yeast, and water—and turn them into beer. You don’t even have to leave your kitchen! The Basics of Brewing
By John Moorhead, American Homebrewers Association To the untrained eye, a homebrew recipe can look like a secret code of abbreviations, acronyms, schedules, and brewing lexicon better left for Alan Turing. However, over time homebrewers have condensed beer recipes down to…
Learn brewing tips from past National Homebrew Competition Ninkasi Award winners!