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 Read More
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… Read More
Learn brewing tips from past National Homebrew Competition Ninkasi Award winners!
Make beer at home and share with your friends and family!
By the American Homebrewers Association Just as a coach tells players to play and keep things simple, so goes for making beer at home. Making beer is as simple as making mac n’ cheese from the box following instructions. Read More
We’re going to sort through all the equipment you need to make beer at home and make sure you’re ready to go.
You watched Tiger King, made sourdough bread, and attended a virtual birthday party. It's time to make beer!
Enjoy these Homebrew Con seminars from some of the most brilliant minds in the brewing world, such as Mitch Steele, Stan Hieronymus, Dick Cantwell, Geoff Larson, and more.
Making beer isn't rocket science, and it's easy to get started right in your kitchen.
Formulating your own recipe can be challenging, so we put together five Homebrew Con seminars from some of the best brewing minds in the world to help you design beer recipes at home.