DBTB Episode 76: Davin Bartosch and Kellan Bartosch of Wise Acre Brewing

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Meet Davin Bartosch and Kellan Bartosch the brothers behind Wise Acre Brewing Co. in Memphis. 

From talking about their high school beer hi-jinx to how a drive to find joy in education helped them start this fast-growing brewery.  Family plays a big role in this brewery’s direction and there are lessons to be learned on relying on those you love and trust. 

Wise Acre has helped define and grow Memphis’ beer scene and now the brothers have their eye on expansion into new states, including Colorado.

Pushing traditional styles with their own flair, Wise Acre makes the case that brewers can still have fun, and customers still want to drink, lagers and ales that taste like lagers and ales. 

This episode is part therapy session, part walk down memory lane, and all about family. 


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