Homebrewing

Boston Beer Company Announces 2012 LongShot Winners

During the 2012 Great American Beer Festival (GABF), Boston Beer Company announced the winners of the 2012 Longshot American Homebrewing competition. With over 1,000 entries, the winners are Connecticut resident Zack Adams and California resident James Schirmer. In addition, Dave Anderson was the Employee Homebrew Winner. All three winning brews will be bottled and available […]

Learn more about the growth in homebrewing

#homebrewing, #beer, #aha, With the craft beer industry growing feverishly, the homebrewing is growing also. Here’s some interesting news, based on a survey sent by the AHA (American Homebrewing Association) to local homebrew supply shops. Here are some local shops: Beer Wine Hobby www.beer-wine.com 155 New Boston St # T, Woburn, MA 01801-6297 (781) 933-8818 […]

For The Love of Beer, Brew! #2

Had I only known that a yeast starter would have saved me… Pitching one tube of yeast with an OG of 1.090 is a not a good idea, but pitching a tube of yeast that is dead…you get the idea. I ended up saving the batch by pitching three packets of US-05; I probably could have […]

2011 National Homebrewers Conference 6/16 to 6/18 (San Diego – CA)

#homebrew, #aha, Save the Date: 2011 National Homebrewers Conference It’s that time of the year again! Time to start planning your trip to the National Homebrewers Conference, the must-do event for anyone who is serious about homebrewing, beer and FUN! This time around, the event will travel west to sunny San Diego, Calif., June 16-18. […]

HOMEBREWING ALERT – Brew camp – Ipswich MA – 11/7 (MA)

#homebrewing #homebrew #aha North Shore Brewers – November Beer Camp When: Sunday November 7th, 2010 Where: Mercury Brewery – Ipswich, MA When: 10:00 If you are a homebrewer or you are interested in becoming a homebrewer, come visit the North Shore Brewers on Sunday November 7th. Learn how to brew and/or share your brewing technics […]

BEER LAW – Transportation laws restrict Home Brewers from sharing

Free Beer, Please Local homebrewers find state laws a bit prohibitive. By Laura Onstot Jerome Seipp loves beer. He’s spent 15 years perfecting his recipes for India Pale Ale and Belgian-style brews, and uses “cheers” as a signoff. But he can’t bring his beer to a wedding or even the barbecue next door, as state […]

Canadian homebrewer trying to opening a Microbrew – in his basement

For those homebrewing fans, this article might be of interest. Sean 2Beerguys.com Red tape grounds golden suds – Young brewers want to add to local beer options Jesse Robichaud When Patrice Godin and Sébastien Roy set out to make a beer better than what they could buy off the shelf, they could see endless possibilities […]

2008 Topsfield Fair Homebrew Competition Results

The Topsfield Fair Homebrew Competition too place last Saturday. Ryan and I attended the second half of the day and worked as stuards/guest judges. We stayed around for the Best of Show, where a Berliner Weiss was selected as the best brewed to the BJCP style guidlines. Berliner Weissbier Description: Berliner Weisse is a top-fermented, […]

Beer Brewing 101 – provided by Stanford Students

Let there be beer Students in EBF explore the art of homebrewing April 15, 2008 By Christopher P. Anderson The search for a tasty brew has consumed the nightlife of college students for eons. Sean Arenson ‘08 and Carolyn Mansfield ‘08, residents in the Enchanted Broccoli Forest (EBF), have an unusually direct approach to acquiring […]
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