Make beer at home and share with your friends and family!Read More
Cast your vote in the 2020 AHA Governing Committee election by March 31. Read More
This beer recipe is featured in Amahl Turczyn's "Winner's Circle" in the July/August 2013 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!
This black IPA from James Frazer and the Labrewtory Homebrew Club (Bedford, Va.) just begs to be brewed. A classic Cascadian dark ale, this recipe won best of show at the Peak-to-Peak Pro Am competition in 2013. Winners of the competition went on to brew their recipes with commercial breweries, and Frazer was thrilled this smooth, bad-ass beer brought the win!Read More
Taking place during the AHA National Homebrewers Conference, the Homebrew Industry Track is a lineup of …Read More
Join us in "Mashville" for three days of camaraderie, education, and homebrew at the 42nd annual Homebrew Con. Read More
By the American Homebrewers Association Just as a coach tells players to play and keep things …Read More
This beer recipe is featured in the March/April 2014 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!
This Belgian-style lambic's impressively low pH and ABV create a surprisingly sour and funky beer even without fruit additions. Be sure to bring your patience, as this can take 18+ months of aging, but it will be well worth your wait!Read More
Nominations for the 2020 Radegast Club of the Year Award must be submitted by March 31.Read More
Soda making is an exciting yet simple pursuit, and it makes for a great non-alcoholic beverage that you can share with friends and family of all ages.Read More
We’re going to sort through all the equipment you need to make beer at home and make sure you’re ready to go. Read More
You watched Tiger King, made sourdough bread, and attended a virtual birthday party. It's time to make beer!Read More
When the Boston Wort Processors decided to find a new way to showcase all the hardware their members had been racking up in local and regional homebrew competitions, they called upon club member Ian Anderson to put together a digital trophy case.Read More
Ian Anderson, member of the Boston Wort Processors, won best of show out of 337 entries at the Southern New England Homebrew Competition in October 2019 for his festbier, Anderfest.
The Beer Judge Certification Program (BJCP) describes Festbier (BJCP category 4B) as the following:
A smooth, clean, pale German lager with a moderately strong malty flavor and a light hop character. Deftly balances strength and drinkability, with a palate impression and finish that encourages drinking. Showcases elegant German malt flavors without becoming too heavy or filling.Read More
This year there are five (5) available seats on the AHA Governing Committee.Read More
Enjoy these Homebrew Con seminars from some of the most brilliant minds in the brewing world, such as Mitch Steele, Stan Hieronymus, Dick Cantwell, Geoff Larson, and more.Read More