This is a special episode this week, recorded at the recent Craft Brewers Conference with three of the leading voices in non-alcoholic beer in America. In a moment you’ll hear from Athletic Brewing Company, Brooklyn Brewery, and Ceria Brewing.
Patrick Rue and Brian Hunt, the co-owners of Moonlight share details of their recent partnership, the future, and putting the customers first.
Talking with Niko Tonks and Evan Sallee, two of the co-founders of Fair State Brewing in Minneapolis about business evolution, how the pandemic has changed the brewery, non-alcoholic ventures, and pitchers of pilsner.
From working with global local ingredients, to finding creativity through flavor, Austin Jevne the Owner & Head Brewer of Humble Forager Brewery is here to talk about working around arcane regulations, and making beers for a modern audience.
Em Sauter of Pints and Panels has a new book out called Hooray for Craft Beer! We’ll be talking about that, visual education, travel, merch, and baseball.
We’re headed to Virginia and the Wheatland Spring Farm and Brewery to talk about land beer, estate farming, and sourcing ingredients that are as local as the property where the beer is brewed.
Dana Henion, the co-founder and co-owner of Van Henion Brewing in Bend, Oregon talks about starting a brewery during a pandemic, finding ways to keep the brewing flame alive, and creating lagers that resonate with drinkers.
Troy Casey, the founder and brewer of Casey Brewing and Blending talks about fruits and woods, microbes and time, the glaring attention that comes with being a hype brewer, and how climate change impacts beer.
This Week in Rauchbier: A conversation with Switchback Brewery, brewers talk about alternative smoky beverages, and Bart Watson does the numbers.
We’re talking about beer and food with Mirella Amato, the celebrated beer instructor and educator who has a new course available about creating memorable pairings.