Homebrew Con Seminars

Homebrew Con is an annual event hosted by the American Homebrewers Association (AHA). The conference includes dozens of seminars on beer, mead, and cider. Join the AHA to gain access to Homebrew Con seminars dating back to 2012. You won’t find a resource like this anywhere else!

It’s a Sprint: Brewing Beer Faster

  • Speakers: Marshall SchottMatt Del FiaccoSachin "Chino" Darji
  • Track: Brewing Process
  • Homebrew Con 2018
  • Portland, OR

Can we brew beer faster without sacrificing quality? Between the increasing demands of life and the five-hour time commitment of a “traditional” brew day, it’s normal for brewers to ask themselves this question. In this talk, we examine the brewing process from mashing to carbonation and examine how we can …More

Hold My Beer and Watch Me Science!

  • Speakers: Denny ConnDrew BeechumMalcolm FrazerMarshall Schott
  • Track: Other/Misc.
  • Homebrew Con 2017
  • Minneapolis, MN

Join Denny Conn and Drew Beechum from Experimental Brewing, along with Marshall Schott and Malcolm Frazer from Brülosophy, for this panel discussion. Learn how citizen science can improve your brewing and help you discover what works and what doesn’t. Questions will be taken and are encouraged!

Homebrew Bloggers Roundtable

  • Speakers: Derek SpringerEd CoffeyMarshall SchottMatt Humbard
  • Track: Other/Misc.
  • Homebrew Con 2016
  • Baltimore, MD

Homebrewers are a naturally curious and industrious lot: we love to experiment and expand horizons in pursuit of the perfect pint. Leading the charge on the homebrew frontier are bloggers, folks who document their adventures so that everyone can learn from their efforts. Derek Springer, Marshall Schott, Ed Coffey and …More

Modern Perspectives on Traditional Methods: Applying New Knowledge To An Ancient Craft

  • Speakers: Malcolm FrazerMarshall Schott
  • Track: Brewing Process
  • Homebrew Con 2016
  • Baltimore, MD

Just a couple decades ago, those who chose to make beer at home were met with many hurdles: a general lack of quality ingredients, proper gear, and knowledge about many aspects of brewing. Though stories of contamination, diacetyl bombs and undrinkable beers abound, we have these brave early homebrewers to …More