Welcome to the Upstate New York Homebrewers Association (UNYHA). We are dedicated to sharing and broadening the appreciation of and knowledge about the brewer's art within its membership and the public at large, through regular meetings and special events, in accordance with its philosophy of informed, mature and responsible enjoyment of homebrewed and commercially brewed beer.
May Monthly Mash
The malty May issue of the Monthly Mash newsletter is available on the Monthly Mash page.
In it you will find announcements about the upcoming BJCP session and monthly meeting, including a Brewer of the Month competition for American Brown Ales. There is also information about competition winners (mention of Best of Show, link to other winners) and upcoming events.
July Brew-off all set
- Created on Monday, 02 May 2016 09:15
Hello All, We are all set for the July Brew-off this Saturday May 7th at Swiftwater brewery.
Thank You for everyone that requested to participate. We now have all the members that we can handle.
UNYHA 2016 Competition Is Complete
Upstate New York Homebrewers Association
38th Annual/27th Empire State Open/HOTY-I Qualifier
— April 9, 2015 —
The UNYHA 38th annual Homebrew Competition is now complete! Please see the Competition Results & Sponsors page for all the details.
April Monthly Mash
The awesome April issue of the Monthly Mash newsletter is available on the Monthly Mash page.
In it you will find information about upcoming UNYHA competition, our next BJCP session, our monthly meeting, our April Pub of the Month, and plenty of upcoming events.
Club members place in the first round of NHC competition
- Published on Saturday, 26 March 2016 09:31
The winners of the first round of judging for the National Homebrew Competition have been announced and no surprise that UNYHA has solid representation!
Congrats to Thomas Ocque, Phil Boulanger, and Steven Landgren! Good luck to the beers going onto the final round next month!
Folks can look up other winners and competition info on the AHA website.
Sour Beers & Healthy Yeast
- Published on Friday, 25 March 2016 08:45
This article describes the results of a research study by a couple of the brewers from Upland Brewing in (my old college town of) Bloomington, Indiana and a molecular and cellular biochemist at Indiana University.