The American Homebrewers Association is thrilled to announce the headline speakers for 2022 Homebrew Con in Pittsburgh.
Idaho House Bill 646 passed its final legislative hurdle and was sent to the Governor’s office, where Governor Lee signed the bill into law on March 22. It will go into effect July 1, 2022.
Here is a summary of the March 2022 meeting of your American Homebrewers Association Governing Committee (GC):
Hooray for Craft Beer! An Illustrated Guide to Beer by Em Sauter is an entertaining and informative journey through the world of craft beer.
The registration deadline for the 2022 National Homebrew Competition has been extended to April 1.
The American Homebrewers Association (AHA) Governing Committee has three open seats in 2022. Read statements from each of the candidates and cast your vote by March 31, 2022.
This is a summary of the American Homebrewers Association Governing Committee monthly meeting that took placed in February 2022.
Homebrew Clubs are encouraged to enter for the Radegast Award, sign up for Homebrew Con Club Night, and update their directory information.
With homebrewing’s integral role in the craft beer community, the BA grant program accepts proposals that foster diversity, equity, and inclusion within the hobby-beermaking community.
In January, media coverage included an article about AHA Governing Committee member Goose Steingass helping change Ohio homebrew laws and Executive Director Julia Herz took to the airwaves to promote the hobby of homebrewing.
Receive free PBW cleaner tablets with a one-year or three-year print or digital membership when you join or renew in February.
Find out what's new with the National Homebrew Competition in 2022.