Hops get all the attention—all the fame, puns and glory while yeast does almost all the work. Hops dominate label space, and varieties like Cascade, Strata and Citra are practically house-hold names, thanks to the seemingly unquenchable demand for every category of IPA. Yet basic beer ale yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae is abstract to most people, […]
Here is a summary of the June meeting of your American Homebrewers Association Governing Committee (GC). We are near the end of the thirty-day period for member comments on the […]
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Take 25% off the latest Brewers Publications release during the member presale July 12-19, 2021.
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Almost 1,000 investors put their faith in the future of online craft beer retail.
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Join Annie Johnson as she explores the magnificent symbiosis between beer brewing and sparkling wine production. Discover how you can use the traditional Champagne method to produce amazing Champagne-inspired beers.
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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 […]
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.
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Seven Latino men gathered on a Hacienda Heights driveway on a warm Southern California night. Shiny homebrewing equipment filled the garage so the fledgling craft brewers stood in the car port—pint glasses in hand—sharing names, hometowns and brewing experiences. The SoCal Cerveceros homebrew club was born. “We didn’t really know what it was going to […]
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