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  • Zymurgy’s 2016 Best Beers by State
    Zymurgy magazine's 2016 Best Beers in America results broken down by state. Read More The post Zymurgy’s 2016 Best Beers by State appeared first on American Homebrewers Association.
  • Collective Hoppiness
    In 2011, Colorado's first brewpub, Wynkoop Brewing Company, teamed up with the American Homebrewers Association to create a dream collaboration beer appropriately named Collective Hoppiness. Quite literally a collective effort, Wynkoop hosted a rally in which the brew's hop additions were continuously added over a 90-minute period by local members of the AHA and 210 members who […]
  • Tuesday Beer Trivia: Wood and Beer
    Put your knowledge of all things beer and wood to the test in this week's Tuesday Beer Trivia quiz. Read More The post Tuesday Beer Trivia: Wood and Beer appeared first on American Homebrewers Association.
  • 2016 AHA Recognition Award
    Janis Gross, National Homebrew Competition Director, receives the 2016 AHA Governing Committee Recognition Award. Read More The post 2016 AHA Recognition Award appeared first on American Homebrewers Association.
  • Brewing Local With Stan Hieronymus
    Should the next “magic ingredient” in your beer be hops you grew yourself, basil from your garden, or yeast collected from your neighbor’s pear tree? There was a time when most of the beer brewed in America was made in people’s homes, and much of it using ingredients found nearby. Beers made with such ingredients, […]

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  • New HBW is up! Big thanks to Gary by the way…
  • Sour Beer Recipes
    Over at Milk The Funk, we've started an initiative to collect sour beer recipes.  A couple of really popular ones include the "MTF Gose" and the "MTF Berliner Weisse", which are simple recipes that Devin Bell posted.  There are all grain and extract versions (yes, you can make very good extract sours – I scored […]
  • Malbec Wine, Hanging With The Brewtubers
  • LODO – The Return oF HSA
    The German Brewing Forum came up with a technique that they say makes a huge difference in their beer.  They claim that they are getting true German tasting beers with this method.  Essentially, they argue that hot side aeration occurs during the mash.  They document a process they call "Low Dissolved Oxygen" brewing where the […]
  • Late to the party
    Howdy Peeps.  I have no idea about any of this stuff. If I don't respond back right away, I probably still scratching my head trying to figure it out.

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