The new Deconstructing Craft Beer poster is packed with information about the amazing beverage that is craft beer. From perception to ingredients, this poster textually and visually deconstructs craft beer in a way never seen before.
If you’ve been thinking about getting into the hobby now’s your chance. Learn to Homebrew Day is one of the best ways to teach or learn, depending on your experience level. This year’s event takes place Saturday, November 2. If you, your club, local homebrew shop or favorite brewery is hosting an event, you can register online to let everyone know. And, if you are just trying to find the right place to celebrate, check out the event list.
Are you just getting into homebrewing, or do you know somebody who is? Check out the “Learn to Brew” video series for an overview of the brewing process, from boil to bottling! This series covers extract brewing so it’s great for beginners.
American Craft Beer Week is The Mother of All Beer Weeks. It offers the opportunity for small and independent craft brewers and the community of better beer retailers to celebrate the ever advancing beer culture here in the U.S.
This year from May 13-19, craft beer connoisseurs and beginners alike will come together for the eighth annual celebration of American Craft Beer Week (ACBW). With the tagline “Big Week, Small Breweries.” This is an opportunity for craft beer lovers to toast the more than 2,400 small and independent American craft brewers who continue to make the U.S. the world’s most diverse brewing destination.
Sign the ACWB 2013 Manifesto (PDF) and pledge your support of craft beer and your love for “the artisans who approach their craft with originality, dedication and passion.”
Here are a few ways you can celebrate American Craft Beer Week (ACBW), May 13-19, 2013:
According to the Brewers Association, in a year when the total U.S. beer market grew by only one percent, craft brewers saw a 15 percent rise in volume and a 17 percent increase in dollar growth, representing a total barrel increase of almost 1.8 million.