In 2019, Florida-homebrewer Trevor Campbell took home a National Homebrew Competition bronze medal for his American barleywine. His strong ale ranked third out of 254 entries.
Saison recipes run the gamut from simple, SMaSH (single-malt and single-hop) versions to complex, boundary-pushing innovations. In many instances, homebrewers have found the saison style to be a fantastic foundation for fruit additions. Browse…
America is built on the dreams and triumphs of people who took a chance to pursue better. Driven by the pioneering spirit that made our country so very great from its inception, Samuel Adams Brewing the American Dream has been supporting food and beverage entrepreneurs since 2008.
Follow along as Natalie & Vinnie Cilurzo of Russian River Brewing Co. are joined by Brewers Association Executive Chef Adam Dulye in a beer-inspired culinary adventure.
This is one of Good Word Brewing's most popular beers, described as “juicy” without being overly sweet thanks to Vic Secret and Citra hops. Pilsner malt dominates alongside English pale malt and oats for a little more body and mouthfeel.
The Brew Hut homebrew shop gears up to celebrate 26 years of serving it's local in homebrewing community in Colorado.
By John Moorhead, National Homebrew Competition Director We are extremely proud to have been able to hold the National Homebrew Competition (NHC) amidst COVID-19 restrictions on gatherings, and we could not have done it without…
Boulder, Colo. • June 19, 2021 — Micro Homebrew of Kenmore, Wash., was recognized with the 2021 Homebrew Shop of the Year Award at the American Homebrewers Association (AHA) National Homebrew Competition. The 43rd annual awards…
You may have left science and algebra behind at school with some relief, but here you’ll learn a practical application of both that you can use in your homebrewing. Calculate mash infusions with confidence!
The July/August 2021 Zymurgy is now available! Check out featured stories including Optimizing Mash Temperature, Gravimetri Monitoring of Fermentation, Sake: Molded and Polished, and Traditional Mead Steps for Success.