The podcast returns to Georgia this week as we visit New Realm Brewing, where brewmaster Mitch Steele talks about brewing in the south, the allure of west coast IPA, and shares insights on his time at Stone and their recent acquisition.
As one of the most famous beer cities in the world Brussels is well trodden ground, but a new book seeks to explore the Belgian capital through objects that have helped define its drinking culture. Eoghan Walsh, the author of “A History of Brussels Beer in 50 Objects” is my guest this week.
The prolific Pete Brown is back to talk about his New Book Clubland: How the Working Men’s Club Shaped Britain as well as another book he was chief writer on: The World’s Greatest Beers.
Journalist and musician Nate Schweber sits down to talk about his forthcoming book “This America of Ours: Bernard and Avis DeVoto and the Forgotten Fight to Save the Wild.”
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.
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.
A conversation with Latiesha Cook of Beer Kulture about diversity in the beer industry, finding beer experiences, and helping the next generation of brewery employees and owners.
A walk down memory lane with Kim Sturdavant the creator of the Brut IPA style and his thoughts on its future.
A conversation on the meaning of “craft” in beer with author Pete Brown. How it came to be, how it changed and lost its meaning, and why the word is still important.