Being a member of a homebrew club has many benefits — learning about new techniques, methods, and new ingredients from other members; tasting a wider array of homebrews than you could singularly
Inspired by Dogfish Head Craft Brewery’s Miles Davis Bitches Brew, one homebrewer learns about an interesting fermentation culture in Ethiopia.
. . . on a crisp, London-gray, November day, more than 500 amateur brewers headed to a warehouse venue in Bethnal Green for the inaugural Brew Con London.
Driving down a dirt road surrounded by pine trees, we eventually reached the clearing. We were hundreds of miles from the ocean and there were no ships in sight, but 100 or
Few homebrewers have an opportunity like the one I recently enjoyed. A high school friend of mine, Chris Ranson, took a job at Lakefront Brewery in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, where she does public
My identical twin brother, Jay, and I have been rivals since we were young; from sports to school to girlfriends, and even barbecue’n. There was this one time when we were both
An estimated 1.2 million homebrewers reside in the United States, according to a 2013 American Homebrewers Association survey, the latest numbers available. Given the steady rise in craft beer popularity and the
Homebrew clubs may not be what you expect — they are all about community and camaraderie, and, sure, talking and tasting beer too.
I started homebrewing in January 2011 and in July 2013 I entered my first homebrew competition. That same month, a near-death experience changed my life forever. I broke 25 bones and collapsed
The history of beer in Iceland is interesting, not least for the effect of the prohibition, that in the case of the beer, was surprisingly long. The prohibition started in Iceland in