How To Make Soda at Home

By Megan Wabst, American Homebrewers Association The following article is based off information presented in “Soda, Anyone?” by Drew Beechum (March/April 2013 Zymurgy magazine).  Soda making is an exciting yet simple pursuit, and it makes for a great non-alcoholic beverage that you … Read More

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How to Make Sauerkraut at Home

Want a taste of the good life? Start your 30-day free trial and experience American Homebrewers Association membership! By Amahl Turczyn, American Homebrewers Association Sauerkraut is German for “sour cabbage,” but food historians attribute its invention to the Chinese. Some 2,000 years … Read More

How to Make Fermented Hot Sauce

Want a taste of the good life? Start your 30-day free trial and experience American Homebrewers Association membership! By Sam Eskenazi Making your own hot sauce might sound oddly industrial, but chiles are one of the most straightforward foods you can ferment. … Read More

4 Modern Beer Cocktail Recipes

Transforming a beer right in your glass through blending and ingredient infusion is a fun way to experiment with ingredients or add a twist to one pint out of the many in your homebrew keg. Today, we’re going to take … Read More

8 Seminars on Cidermaking

Few things pair better with a crisp fall day than a pint of homemade hard cider. The flavor profiles that you can create from fermenting apples are unique, and homebrewers are often delighted to learn that turning around a cider … Read More

How to Make Apple Cider Vinegar at Home

Want a taste of the good life? Start your 30-day free trial and experience American Homebrewers Association membership! By Megan Wabst, American Homebrewers Association There are seemingly infinite uses for apple cider vinegar. An internet search turns up claims that it can … Read More

Pulque: Mexico’s Ancient Fermented Beverage

By Duncan Bryant, American Homebrewers Association Pulque is a Mexican beverage that is said to be the oldest fermented drink known to North America. Made from the fermented nectar of agave, this ancient elixir born in divine mysticism has evolved to … Read More

How To Make Kombucha

Want a taste of the good life? Start your 30-day free trial and experience American Homebrewers Association membership! By Millie Shamburger, American Homebrewers Association Simply put, kombucha is fermented tea. A culture of bacteria called SCOBY (Symbiotic Culture of Bacteria and Yeast), sometimes called “the mother,” … Read More

4 Homebrew Con Seminars on Cheese Making and Pairing

Beer and cheese go together like peanut butter and jelly! They’re even made in very similar ways through the magic of fermentation. To delve into the world of home cheesemaking and pairing, we’ve compiled 4 seminar recordings from past Homebrew Cons. … Read More

Juice & Strain: Cider Making Made Easy

By Duncan Bryant, American Homebrewers Association As a homebrewer, if you’ve found yourself with a surplus of homegrown apples, chances are you’ve considered fermenting your own cider. Cider making resources generally introduce the pulp and press technique for extracting juice—a process … Read More

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