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Taking place during the AHA National Homebrewers Conference, the Homebrew Industry Track is a lineup of …More
June 18-20, Nashville, TN Join us in “Mashville” for three days of camaraderie, education, and homebrew …More
March 9, 2020 We understand concerns about Coronavirus (COVID-19) are top of mind for our judges, …More
By Duncan Bryant, American Homebrewers Association India pale ale (IPA) continues to be one of the …More
Grind unmalted wheat berries in malt mill until the consistency of grits; this takes approximately …More
February 27, 2020 By John Moorhead, American Homebrewers Association House Bill 9063 (A9037) and Senate Bill 7369 …More
February 28, 2020 By John Moorhead, American Homebrewers Association House Bill 4158 (H4158) provides that a person …More
[Above: Members of QUAFF (Quality Ale and Fermentation Fraternity)—a San Diego homebrew club established in …More
Want a taste of the good life? Start your 30-day free trial and experience American …More
[Above: members of the Boston Wort Processors pose for a picture at their club’s booth …More
Water Treatment Targeted the “Yellow Full” Brunwater profile, using Boston-area MWRA tap water. Mash 4.16 gallons water 1.2g CaCl 1.2g …More
Your American Homebrewers Association Governing Committee representatives play a critical role in developing the benefits …More
By Matt Bolling, American Homebrewers Association The four main ingredients in beer are malted barley, hops, …More
By John Moorhead, American Homebrewers Association February 20, 2020 House Bill 502 (H502) would remove the requirement …More
Mash 60 minutes at 152° F (67° C), lauter, and sparge. Collect approximately 6.5 gallons …More