Tag: Homebrewing Club

Be an Intelligent Beer Consumer Beer Smack by

There are no more excuses for ignorance. We’re not talking about becoming an expert, but rather getting informed with the basics and understanding beer and the core brewing process.

Dominic Fountain, President, Quality Ale and Fermentation Fraternity (QUAFF) Last Call by

According to Fountain, close to 50 of San Diego homebrew club QUAFF’s nearly 350 members have turned pro.

Dance the Can-Can: Canning a Homebrewed Saison BYOB by

How to homebrew a Saison inspired by figolla, a Maltese Easter cookie made with almond paste, orange, and lemon.

The Evolution of a Hobby: A New Era for Homebrewing Clubs The Blending House by

Since pushing to legalize the hobby more than 40 years ago, homebrewing clubs have greatly increased membership and sophistication.

Stjørdalsøl: Behind the Smoke, an Old Beer Style Thrives in Norway Feature by

Every winter in a quiet waterfront town in Norway, more than 500 members of the community brew a strong, smoked beer according to tradition. For centuries, this endangered style has remained virtually unknown to outsiders.

Brew Club Brew BYOB by

Many of us treat brewing like a solitary act and can’t see intruding on someone else’s session. Remember though, for most of history, brewing was taught through apprenticeship. Showing is a massively effective way to teach the craft.

Troubleshooter’s Corner BYOB by

In the Maltose Falcons homebrew club, we resurrected a moribund tradition: “Troubleshooter’s Corner.” It’s simple: Several veteran brewers take over a space, and brewers can bring beer they have questions about.

Alaska Brewed Feature by

A state of stunning landscapes and untamed wilderness, Alaska is often forgotten when surveying America’s craft beer boom. But from breweries approaching two decades in business to those that just celebrated their first anniversary, great beer and great people can be found in every Alaskan city.

The Changing Face of Homebrewing BYOB by

What does the rise of the “millennial” generation mean for the hobby?

Homebrew Clubs and Brew-on-Premise Feature by

The resurgence in homebrewing is ultimately good news for the entire brewing world. Get a quick history of the American Homebrewers Association and learn about Brew-On-Premise (or BOP) companies, which offer an alternative to brewing in your kitchen.

Brew Your Own Beer! Feature by

Online resources to help you homebrew, required reading for proper beer research, and tips to get your brew from the kitchen to the winner’s circle.

Let’s Go Clubbing BYOB by

The ultimate way to bond and learn is over a shared brew kettle.