Bacon Cheddar Amber Ale Burger

Celebrate National Hamburger Day with bacon cheddar amber ale burgers. Jason Adams, of Jason’s BBQ Adventures, shares his recipe for the perfect burger made with an amber ale (we recommend this Easy Amber Ale recipe), thick-cut bacon, and of course lots … Read More

Homebrew Con Online: June 18-20

We’re excited to announce the first-ever all-digital Homebrew Con June 18-20, 2020. Enjoy top-notch educational content from some of the best minds in beer. And an opportunity to put all that screen time to good use—improving your brewing skills and … Read More

Homebrew Shops Offering Alternate Purchasing Options During COVID-19

COVID-19 has put homebrew supply shops—and our entire economy—in peril. Here’s how you can help support your local shop. The American Homebrewers Association’s new database will help you find shops that are offering alternative purchasing options. Choose your state and help support … Read More

Changes Announced to Big Brew 2020

By Matt Bolling, American Homebrewers Association For more than 20 years, the American Homebrewers Association has brought people together annually on the first Saturday in May to celebrate Big Brew. However, given the current public health crisis caused by the COVID-19 … Read More

Fill the Fantasy Sports Void with Homebrewing

What do you do when your fantasy league is out of comission now that most collegiate and professional sports are at a standstill? Make your own beer at home! American Homebrewers Association Director Gary Glass chatted homebrewing with SiriusXM Fantasy Drive … Read More

3 Homebrew Con Industry Seminars for Homebrew Shops

Taking place during the AHA National Homebrewers Conference, the Homebrew Industry Track is a lineup of seminars and events catered to professional members of the home beverage making industry. Seminar Downloads The Price is Right: How Consumers Perceive Pricing Changes Tim Brady (Mis-)Adventures of Online Retail … Read More

West Virginia

West Virginia Home Manufacure Bill Advances

February 28, 2020 By John Moorhead, American Homebrewers Association House Bill 4158 (H4158)  provides that a person at least 21 years of age may manufacture alcoholic liquor for personal or family use, with the household amount limited to 100 gallons per calendar … Read More

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