Let’s Brew! Learn to Homebrew Day on Tap for November 6

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Learn to Homebrew Day

Join the worldwide celebration of the art of homebrewing by pledging to brew a batch of beer

Boulder, Colo.October 25, 2021 — In recognition of the 23rd annual Learn to Homebrew Day on November 6, the American Homebrewers Association® (AHA)  invites the homebrewing community and craft beer fans to celebrate the art and science of brewing beer. Visit HomebrewersAssociation.org/LTHD and pledge to homebrew, whether at home or by attending a virtual or in-person event.

Learn to Homebrew Day was established in 1999 by the American Homebrewers Association to promote education about the most rewarding and delicious hobby of all time. Every year on the first Saturday in November, thousands of people celebrate, learn, and welcome newcomers to the hobby of homebrewing.

This year, participants can choose from this year’s official recipes, Lucky 13 Dark Mild, from Laurie Ann Gutierrez, Brew’d Up podcast host and SoCal Cerveceros homebrew club member, or Fuil Croi Irish Red Ale, from John Palmer’s book How To Brew, the definitive guide to learning how to make beer at home.

First-time brewers can easily get started with common kitchen items and ingredients at local homebrew supply shops or online retailers.

“Homebrewing is an innovative and social hobby that allows people to be adventurous with ingredients. Learn to Homebrew Day is one of the best days of the year to share in the experience and introduce curious newcomers to the rewards of homebrewing,” said Rachel Staats, senior marketing manager, American Homebrewers Association. “We raise a glass to celebrate the best hobby in the world—homebrewing.”

The AHA offers an abundance of resources for beer lovers and brewers of all levels, including:

  • AHA Membership, receive $5 off membership when you complete the website pledge to brew this #LearnToHomebrewDay!
  • “The Easy Guide to Making Beer,” a video tutorial of the process of making beer at home.
  • Trusted Recipes, browse tried-and-true mead, cider, clone, and homebrew recipes.
  • Homebrew Club Locator, connect with homebrewers and find events in your area.
  • AHA Forum, ask questions and engage with brewing peers on a variety of topics.
  • Brew Guru®, a free mobile app that delivers money-saving deals on beer, food, homebrew supplies, and more.
  • Brewers Publications, receive 30% off & free shipping on all 56 titles in conjunction with the holiday, Nov. 05 – Nov. 08.

“A wealth of information is available to AHA members, with access to thousands of trusted homebrew recipes and at-home tutorials,” added Staats. “All members can tap into savings at taprooms, brewpubs and homebrew supply shops nationwide, and receive a subscription to Zymurgy magazine.”

This year’s Learn to Homebrew Day is sponsored by BSG Handcraft.

About the American Homebrewers Association

The American Homebrewers Association (AHA) has worked on behalf of the homebrewing community since 1978 and celebrates a membership of more than 40,000 homebrewers. The American Homebrewers Association organizes events including Homebrew Con™ and the National Homebrew Competition. The AHA also publishes Zymurgy® magazine for homebrewers and beer lovers, and offers money-saving deals and recipes via the Brew Guru® mobile app. The AHA is part of the Brewers Association (BA), whose independent craft brewer seal is a widely adopted symbol that differentiates beers by small and independent craft brewers. The BA’s Brewers Publications® division is the leading publisher of contemporary and relevant brewing literature for today’s craft brewers and homebrewers.

Beer lovers and anyone interested in making their own beer are invited to learn more at HomebrewersAssociation.org. Follow the AHA on Twitter, and join us on Facebook and Instagram.

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