With the Governor’s signature, Senate Bill 102 has become law (effective March 22, 2022) and represents a significant win for Ohio homebrewers.
A 'German experimental' recipe from Charlie P. in 2011 that brings together the somewhat unusual duo of German hops and high ABV for a delicious barley wine.
Quark is among the most popular cultured dairy products one encounters in Germany and much of Eastern Europe, but it’s rather uncommon in the United States.
Ethiopia has a wonderfully diverse culinary tradition, but the one food that’s found at nearly every meal is a spongy, fermented flatbread known as injera.
Marzen is an amber, malty German lager with a clean, rich, toasty, bready malt flavor, restrained bitterness, and a well-attenuated finish.
Kriek lambic is made from sour cherries, the most traditional of which has become rare but all the more sought after: Schaarbeek. Is Schaarbeek really the original kriek, or did […]
Here is a summary of the December meeting of your American Homebrewers Association Governing Committee (GC). The Governing Committee (GC) thanked Ryan Farrell for his guidance and leadership of the AHA for the past year.…
Got the cold-side equipment needed to lager but looking for a recipe to start with? This bock recipe is simple and worth the challenge!
Shipping alcohol in the United States has long been problematic for individuals. Each state has its own laws that govern shipping of alcohol and even specify the types of beverages that can and cannot be shipped.
Reaching back 12,000 years, this presentation examines the ancient site of Göbekli Tepe located in Southeastern Turkey and explores some of the oldest known brewing remains to date.