In celebration of the 23rd annual Big Brew celebration on May 2, 2020, we've compiled the past 7 years of official recipes.Read More
Almost every brewery you’ve visited started off with humble beginnings of someone making beer on their kitchen stove, learning as they followed an easy recipe on how to make beer.Read More
Since 2006 American Craft Beer Week has supported and celebrated independent craft breweries, which support their communities and the country in exponential ways.Read More
For more than 20 years, the American Homebrewers Association has brought people together annually on the first Saturday in May to celebrate Big Brew.Read More
The first batch is about getting acquainted with the homebrewing process. As you get more brew days under your belt, your confidence grows along with the quality of your beer.Read More
By John Moorhead, American Homebrewers Association To the untrained eye, a homebrew recipe can look like …Read More
This beer recipe is featured in "A Cuppa Beer: Using Coffee in Your Homebrew" by Matt Lange in the March/April 2010 issue of Zymurgy magazine. Join the American Homebrewers Association or start your 30-day free trial to access the Zymurgy online archive and other exclusive member benefits!
A coffee stout with actual espresso? Sounds like the perfect pick-me-up! This recipe uses a variety of specialty malts and real espresso for a complex, roasty character. For this stout, Lange prefers a standard espresso blend rather than a single-origin espresso.Read More
Spent grain is a brewing byproduct—grain that was used to make beer and is no longer needed after mashing or steeping.Read More
AHA Director Gary Glass chatted homebrewing with SiriusXM Fantasy Drive hosts Kyle Elfrink & Ray Flowers as they explore hobbies for their fantasy sports listeners to try out.Read More
Homebrew shops are the cornerstone of the homebrewing community and they need our help.Read More
Para leer la edición Septiembre/Octubre 2019 de la revista Zymurgy, descargue el archivo debajo. ¡Hay …Read More
Follow the along process of making this easy amber ale with our Easy Guide To Making Beer video!
This amber ale is perfect for an easy brew day. Using both specialty grains and extracts, Easy Amber Ale makes for a deliciously malty beer with a prominent hop character. Whether this is your first brew day or you're a seasoned brewer, this amber ale will have you begging for another sip!
Learn more about making beer at home in our How To Brew section of HomebrewersAssociation.org.Read More
Discover how to make sake at home.Read More
Learn brewing tips from past National Homebrew Competition Ninkasi Award winners!Read More
Make beer at home and share with your friends and family!Read More