Adjuncts, grains widely used in brewing on the industrial and hobbyist levels alike, play an important and often overlooked supporting role to malted barley in the creation of our favorite beverages.
From a press release:
Homebrewers in the D.C. area and across the country are invited to enter the fifth annual DC Homebrewers Cherry Blossom Competition.
This year’s competition is expected to reach up to 300 entries.
The DC Homebrewers, DC's largest homebrewing club, hits the big 1-0 this weekend (they grow up so fast) and is celebrating with the release of a collaboration beer brewed with Right Proper Brewing Co. The beer, a dry-ho
When I first got in touch with DC-area homebrewer Andrei Henry, we were hoping to meet up for a brew session. Specifically, for an empty-the-freezer batch, in which whatever hops were in the freezer went into the boil.
Homebrewer Jake Grover caught the craft beer bug when he moved to Washington D.C. in 2006, even though the city didn’t host many beer bars at the time. “There was basically Bier Baron, or the Brickskeller then, and The Reef, which no longer exists—it’s Roofers Union.