DBTB Episode 88: Lee Lord of Narragansett Brewing Company

This week we’re talking about some new digs and new recipes for an old brand with Lee Lord, she’s the head brewer at Lee Lord of Narragansett Brewing Company’s new location in in Providence, Rhode Island. We’re talking styles, working at companies with a big history, cream ales, and gruit.

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DBTB Episode 82: Em Sauter and Don Tse

Writing a book can leave a writer’s brain feeling crispy. This week John Holl handed in a manuscript and called in some friends to help re-enter to the real world. Writers and all around good people Don Tse and Em Sauter join the conversation.

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DBTB Episode 75: Jennifer Talley

Jennifer Talley talks about the creation of a collaboration IPA with Firestone Walker Brewing Co., education in the beer space, bitterness, and the one style of beer she’d like to see get more respect.

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