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Note: this recipe is intended to create a 5.5 gallons (21 L) of wort, yielding …More
Your American Homebrewers Association Governing Committee representatives play a critical role in developing the benefits …More
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Mash at 150° F (66° C) for 75 minutes, collect runoff, add the first wort …More
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In December 2019, 26 years after its founding, Queen of Beer (QOB), a women’s homebrew …More
[Above: American Homebrewers Association Director Gary Glass awards James Zorn from the Office of Rep. …More
Mash all malts in London porter water (adjust as necessary to produce a mash pH …More
[Featured above: members of the SoCal Cerveros homebrew club.] In 2019, the American Homebrewers Association conducted …More
[Pictured above: Delta Island in the Gaylord Grand Opryland Resort & Convention Center in Nashville.] by …More
Add 1/2 tsp. calcium chloride each to the mash water and sparge water. Mash grains …More
January 15, 2020 The open enrollment application is now open for the 2020 National Homebrew Competition. …More
As a leader in your homebrew club, you may be responsible for developing educational content …More
January 17, 2020 In 2019, the American Homebrewers Association (AHA) added 311 new AHA Member Deals! …More
Making your own hot sauce might sound oddly industrial, but chiles are one of the …More