I’d like to introduce myself—I’m Ryan Farrell, the new director of the American Homebrewers Association (AHA)! I couldn’t be more honored to serve in this role with the amazing AHA staff, the AHA Governing Committee, and you, the incredibly passionate and dedicated members who make our association what it is.
An extra special Learn to Homebrew Day event is happening this weekend, welcoming BIPOC (black, indigenous, and people of color) and underrepresented craft beer lovers and brewers to the hobby!Headless Mumby Brewing (Olympia, Washington) is hosting… Read More
Every year, the American Homebrewers Association confers the Radegast Club of the Year Award to acknowledge one club’s efforts to better their local community through the power of homebrewing and beer. In 2020, the Radegast Club… 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.
In December, 26 years after its founding, Queen of Beer (QOB), a women’s homebrew competition, took bold new steps toward its original vision.
The Smithsonian's National Museum of American History will explore the history and industry of brewing in the United States in a new showcase located within the "FOOD: Transforming the American Table" exhibition beginning Oct. 25.
Will Campbell’s story is one that resonates on many levels. It speaks of beer’s community and camaraderie. It speaks of the intrinsic relationship between homebrewing and craft beer.
Quaff vice president Doug Brown shares how his club earned the 2019 Radegast Club of the Year Award.
Colorado Startup Brews is a professional homebrew association that brings together all the things that make Colorado great: entrepreneurship, craft beer, and charitable giving.
Don't be shy! Get to know your local homebrew club!
Illustrator Victor Beuren, creator of the July/August 2019 cover for Zymurgy magazine, talks about his process and connection to homebrewing.
Many college students don't know what to do with their life. After high school, many go to college or float part-time jobs until they decide on something and even then they are unsure of the direction they've chosen for themselves.… Read More