New Law Greenlights the Previously Threatened 2015 National Homebrewers Conference and Southern California Homebrewers Festival Boulder, CO • August 26, 2014 –The American Homebrewers Association (AHA) applauds the California State Legislature and Governor Jerry Brown for …More
Small and independent brewers see increase in first half of 2014 Boulder, CO • July 28, 2014—Small and independent craft brewers enjoyed continued growth in the first half of 2014, according to new mid-year data released by …More
What: As the premier U.S. beer festival and competition, the 33rd annual Great American Beer Festival (GABF) offers 49,000 attendees the opportunity to sample almost 3,000 beers from approximately 700 U.S. breweries. When: Thursday, October 2: …More
Pucker up for American sour beers Boulder, CO • June 24, 2014 – American-brewed sour beers have become one of the most exciting segments of today’s brewing scene, with craft brewers and homebrewers alike adapting traditional …More
Russian River’s Pliny the Elder Runs into First for Sixth Consecutive Year Boulder, CO • June 18, 2014 – The American Homebrewers Association’s (AHA) members like their beers bitter and voted Russian River Brewing Company’s Pliny …More
AHA National Homebrewers Conference concludes with competition award ceremony Grand Rapids, MI ∙ June 14, 2014 — The National Homebrew Competition boasted one of the most competitive fields of entries ever, with 8,172 homebrews judged in …More
The fifth annual Homebrew Supply Shop Survey examines data from 408 shops across 48 states. Participation in the survey grew 48 percent in 2013.
From June 12 to 14, over 3,000 homebrewers and beer enthusiasts from all over the U.S. will flow into the River City for the 36th annual National Homebrewers Conference, the world's largest gathering of homebrewers.
Given its expansive variety, craft beer is among the most approachable beverages to pair with food. This was tastily on display at the seventh annual SAVOR: An American Craft Beer & Food Experience
The 2014 version of the beer style guidelines represents the largest revision and reorganization to date. The guidelines were rewritten to follow a standard format of appearance, aroma, flavor and body, following the sensory experience.