Episode 49: Eoghan Walsh – Brussels Beer City

Eoghan Walsh

Parenting isn’t easy. And trying to manage young kids, especially during a pandemic, is incredibly hard. I don’t talk about my personal life much on these podcasts, in my work, or on social media. I prefer to keep the separation. But I also know there is value in letting others who may be similarly situated […]

DBTB Episode 120: Jean-Claude Tetreault of Trillium Brewing

After years of patiently waiting and thinking about blends, Trillium released its spontaneous beer just before the holidays. On this episode brewer and co-founder J.C. Tetreault talks about the beer, the business, culinary inspirations, farming and more.

Episode 48: Matthew Curtis – Pellicle Part Two

Matthew Curtis

This week we continue our conversation with beer writer Matthew Curtis. If you missed part 1 of our discussion, I recommend you go back and give it a listen. In that episode, Matt and I discussed his work with Pellicle, his online beer, wine, and cider magazine, how he developed his voice as a writer and podcaster, […]

DBTB Episode 118: The World Atlas of Beer

Resolve to do more reading and travel this year and start with the World Atlas of Beer. The authors are here to talk about the book, beer destinations, and the constantly changing landscape of styles.

Episode 47: Matthew Curtis – Pellicle

Matthew Curtis

One of the best parts of covering the craft beer industry for a while is experiencing new voices. Perspectives tend to harden over time and without the addition of new blood, they can calcify and begin to become immovable. And the industry so often feels like a singular experience, one that speaks with a too […]

DBTB Episode 115: Daniel Carey of New Glarus Brewing Co.

While the brewery might be best known for Spotted Cow, there’s more to New Glarus Brewing than that one beer. Daniel Carey, the founder and brewer is on the show to talk about flavor, recipe development, specialty ingredients, and more.

Episode 46: Mariah Calagione – Dogfish Head

Mariah Calagione

26 years is a long time to run a business, let alone one with your spouse.  When my guest today first met her future husband, they were 16 years old and attending the same high school in Massachusetts. He would soon be booted out of that school but their relationship remained strong. When years later he […]