AHA Celebrates 31st Anniversary

Just weeks after President Carter signed the bill that legalized homebrewing, Charlie Papazian and Charlie Matzen launched the American Homebrewers Association (AHA) in Boulder, CO on December 7, 1978 with the publication of the first issue of Zymurgy magazine. The newly … Read More

Give The Gift of Better Beer

A gift of membership to the American Homebrewers Association (AHA) is a festive way to share your love of beer and brewing with all the special beer-folks on your list.  And now, for a limited time*, receive a free copy of … Read More

Maya Ryleigh Glass Arrives

American Homebrewers Association Director Gary Glass and his wife Erin Glass, Brewers Association Membership Coordinator and Brewery Detective, welcomed their daughter to the world on the morning of November 19, 2009. Maya Ryleigh Glass, was born at 9:25 AM MST, … Read More

Zymurgy: An Introduction To Homebrewing

With the AHA’s annual Teach A Friend To Homebrew Day (shortened to Learn to Homebrew Day for 2010) just behind us, I am reminded of how important it is for us homebrewers to encourage others to join our ranks as … Read More

Porter-Poached Apples Recipe

With the holidays rapidly approaching, there’s nothing like a good beer paired with good food. Pairing beer and food allows the flavors of both to shine through and compliment the other. For a┬ádelectable dish that will surely impress your friends … Read More

Register on the Site

Welcome to the American Homebrewers Association (AHA) website, HomebrewersAssociation.org. You can locate the Sign In and Register links in the top left corner of each page. Register on the site to comment on Top Stories, post to the AHA Forum … Read More

F.X. Matt Rally

F.X. Matt Brewing Co. hosted an AHA Rally at the Saranac brewery in Utica, NY. American Homebrewers Association (AHA) members were treated to a VIP tour of the brewery, met Fred & Nick Matt and had the pleasure of sampling … Read More

Homebrewing Is Legal In Kentucky

In nearly every state where homebrewing is legal, the state’s statutes on alcoholic beverages include an exemption to requirements for manufacturers of alcoholic beverages to obtain a license and pay taxes.  In Kentucky, there is no such statute.  Thus for … Read More

Carter Signs Homebrew Legislation

On October 14, 1978 President Carter signed a bill, H.R. 1337, which dealt primarily with excise taxes on certain, trucks, buses, tractors, distributions from retirement plans, and permission for certain persons to receive cash payments in lieu of food stamps. Beer, … Read More

Another Successful Teach a Friend to Homebrew Day

Thanks to all of the homebrewers who taught their family, friends, and neighbors how to homebrew on Teach a Friend to Homebrew Day November 7th!  The brews are now happily fermenting and a new group of homebrewers has learned to … Read More

Big Numbers at Surly Rally

156 Join the AHA at Surly Brewing Co. – Oct 10, 2009 Surly Brewing Co. collaborated with the American Homebrewers Association (AHA) on Oct 10th to host the largest AHA Rally to date. Roughly 330 AHA members attended the event, despite … Read More

Conference Registration Opens

2010 National Homebrewers Conference Registration is now open for the 32nd annual National Homebrewers Conference which will be held June 17-19, 2010 in Minneapolis, MN, at the Sheraton Minneapolis South.  You can expect an amazing conference as the Twin Cities is … Read More

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