Saturday, Dec. 10, Wynkoop Brewing Co. tapped the first kegs of a brand new beer, Collective Hoppiness. It's a unique, continuously & collectively hopped beer brewed during the recent American Homebrewers Association (AHA) membership
Michigan Governor Richard Synder signed HB 4061 into law making it legal for brew pubs and restaurants to host homebrew club meetings and other club events where homebrew is served.
Talented homebrewers from across the country teamed up with professional brewers to enter the 2011 Great American Beer Festival Pro-Am Competition. Here's a quick look at the winners.
On Monday, March 28th, Oregon Governor John Kitzhaber signed into law Senate Bill 444, meaning Oregon homebrewers can once again legally enter homebrew competitions and bring homebrew to homebrew club meetings and events.
A bill is currently in the Oregon state legislature to allow homebrew consumption outside of the home where the beer was produced. Senate Bill 444 unanimously passed the Senate Business, Transportation and Economic Development Committee Thursday, February
White House Honey Ale, a homebrew brewed by a White House chef, was served at the President's Super Bowl Party. Along with the homebrew, craft beer and food from each of the team's home states were served to White House guests.
Congratulations to this year's Great American Beer Festival's Pro-Am Competition sponsored by Briess Malt & Ingredients Co. and HopUnion.
Oklahoma homebrewing legislation signed into law
Oklahoma homebrew bill signed into law.
Oklahoma House Bill 2348, which would legalize homebrewing in the state of Oklahoma,
Alabama bill SB153 to legalize homebrewing passed the Senate and now moves on to the House.
The American Homebrewers Association takes the right to homebrew very seriously...