Posted on April 17, 2015 by David AckleyEvery year for National Homebrew Day, the American Homebrewers Association organizes a “Big Brew.” The idea is that homebrewers across the country – and even around the world – celebrate homebrewing by all brewing on the same day. In 2014, it’s estimated that over 8,000 homebrewers from 49 states and 14 countries brewed some 17,550 gallo...
Posted on February 16, 2015 by David AckleyPinterest is a visually oriented social network for people to discover and share interesting content. Over the past several months, we’ve been putting together various collections of pins including beer recipes, homebrew techniques, homebrewing books, and more. I, for one, have found dozens of great beer recipes on Pinterest. As an indication of what ...
Posted on June 26, 2013 by adminNot sure what wine to serve at your next dinner party? Check out our brand new wine pairing infographic for help selecting the right wine for the right meal. Throughout the month of July we will be featuring various recipes and suggested wine pairings for each food category, so keep checking back!
Posted on June 26, 2013 by adminThough it has enjoyed a recent run of popularity, the hobby of home brewing has quite a pedigree - one that stretches back over three centuries in America. New Beer for a New World Home brewing was once a matter of survival - when the Pilgrims arrived in the 1620s, they built the nation's first brewery to start setting up their new home. The process of brewing killed the pathogens and bacteria that lurked in regular drinking water, making a safe liquid for the intrepid new-worlders to use for slaking their thirst. One Nation, Drinking Beer H...