This imperial black IPA from Pagosa Brewing has distinct dark malt flavors and big hop sensations!
A bready Irish red ale from John Palmer's How to Brew, easy enough to be featured as one of 2021's Learn to Homebrew Day recipes.
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.
There’s a running joke when brewers meet other brewers: “What did you do in your previous life?” Brewers commonly have past careers that we worked at for years before deciding […]
What’s your favorite beer? If you’re like me, you dread that question. It’s like being asked to name a favorite child, a favorite pet, or a favorite toilet-paper orientation (over […]
Alan Gladish began homebrewing in the dark ages of the hobby. A 1971 visit to a winemaking shop in his hometown of Cincinnati, Ohio, had piqued his interest in giving […]
Cohumulone is one of the chemical analogues (aka one of the many compounds that are similar enough to all be included in the same family) that make up alpha acids. […]
When Tim Hobbs bought a hand-cranked tabletop can sealer at Homebrew Con 2017 in Minneapolis, he joined a growing list of homebrewers looking for a way to can their beers. […]
The American Homebrewers Association (AHA) Governing Committee is soliciting nominations for five opening seats in 2020.
A historical style made even easier with an extract courtesy of Laurie Ann Gutierrez, featured as a Learn to Homebrew 2021 official recipe.