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  • CHAOS BrewBQ Homebrew Club Beer Fest: August 17
    The CHAOS annual Summer BrewBQ takes place August 17, 2019 in Chicago. Read More The post CHAOS BrewBQ Homebrew Club Beer Fest: August 17 appeared first on American Homebrewers Association.
  • Mt. Brandon Irish Stout
    This beer recipe is featured in the November/December 2016 issue of Zymurgy magazine. Join the American Homebrewers Association or start your 30-day free trial to access the Zymurgy digital archive and other exclusive member benefits! This stout recipes comes courtesy of Matt Flaherty, an elite ultrarunner. When Flaherty isn't sneaking in a quick 100-mile jaunt, […]
  • Cranberries for Sal New England IPA
    This New England IPA recipe was originally published in Brewing Eclectic IPA: Pushing the Boundaries of India Pale Ale by Dick Cantwell. Beer drinkers have strong opinions, and among some of the most polarizing styles are New England IPAs and fruit beers. This beer recipe marries these two controversial beer categories into a beer that […]
  • Aztec-style Brown Ale
    This beer recipe appears in the January/February 2016 issue of Zymurgy magazine. Join the American Homebrewers Association or start your 30-day free trial to access the Zymurgy digital archive and other exclusive member benefits! In 1995, AHA founder Charlie Papazian penned a reflection of microbrewing history as it might have appeared in the 21st century. […]
  • Two Blue Dogs Barleywine
    This beer recipe appears in the November/December 2011 issue of Zymurgy magazine. Join the American Homebrewers Association or start your 30-day free trial to access the Zymurgy digital archive and other exclusive member benefits! Two Blue Dogs Barleywine was created by Lucas Stoltz, president of the River Valley Ale Raisers (Fort Smith, Ark.). With the […]
  • Off-Flavor Series: Acetaldehyde
    This is part 1 in the Beer Off-Flavor Series by Drew Beechum (author of Simple Brewing and Experimental Brewing). Acetaldehyde is a compound formed during fermentation as a precursor to alcohol. It’s also a very common off-flavor in beer! While it’s acceptable in subtle levels in some styles of beers (e.g.. American light lager), brewers […]
  • Proper Beer Serving Temperatures
    Ditch the frosty mugs and listen up! Drinking beer ice-cold may sound like the perfect thirst quencher, but you are potentially missing out on much of a beer’s nuances that make it so worthy of your palate in the first place. But wait! Don’t warm it up too much or you’ll end up with the […]


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