14th annual event takes place November 3
Boulder, CO • October 24, 2012—With homebrewing’s popularity growing by leaps and bounds, there’s never been a better time to learn how to make beer. The public’s thirst for homebrewing instruction is increasing alongside the growing ranks of homebrewers, now estimated at approximately 1 million nationwide.
The American Homebrewers Association (AHA) organizes the annual Learn to Homebrew Day event on the first Saturday of November to introduce friends and family to the hobby. This year, on November 3, thousands will gather at homebrewing events throughout the U.S. and beyond to share the fun of brewing beer at home.
Experienced homebrewers who want to share their knowledge with newcomers will organize events—small and large alike—at their homes, local homebrew shops and other locations. Those seeking to learn the hobby or participate at an existing event will find a complete listing of Learn to Homebrew Day events posted on the AHA website. Currently, nearly 100 sites are registered, with new locations being posted every day.
In addition to Learn to Homebrew Day, the AHA offers numerous resources to instruct and encourage new homebrewers, including a comprehensive online guide to getting started, Zymurgy: An Introduction to Homebrewing, instructional videos, the AHA Forum and more.
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The American Homebrewers Association has worked on behalf of the homebrewing community since 1978 and celebrates a membership of more than 30,000 homebrewers. The American Homebrewers Association (AHA) organizes events including the National Homebrewers Conference and National Homebrew Competition. The AHA also publishes Zymurgy magazine. The AHA is part of the Brewers Association, whose Brewers Publications division is the largest publisher of contemporary and relevant brewing literature for today’s craft brewers and homebrewers.
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