DBTB Episode 144: Andrew Witchey of Dancing Gnome

Andrew Witchey is the founder and brewer of Dancing Gnome in Pittsburgh and opened up his new taproom early for a conversation over Kölsch about how the city has evolved beer-wise and where it’s heading.

Then he talks about his appreciation of lagers, his dislike of sours, and how he created a new space that reflects the beers and the brewery’s personality.
This episode is sponsored by:

Cigar City Brewing Co.
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