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.
Patrick Rue and Brian Hunt, the co-owners of Moonlight share details of their recent partnership, the future, and putting the customers first.
Sam Tierney is the brewing manager of the Propagator, the small brewing project in Los Angeles from Firestone Walker. From how beers go through trials to hop experimentation we’ll cover it all.
As we start to near the third year of this pandemic the impact on breweries remains severe. Jeff Bagby of Bagby Beer Co. in Southern California is here to talk about his COVID-19 experience and then offer some praise and a plea for classic styles of beer.
The Super Bowl is coming up this weekend and we’re using that as a chance to catch up with breweries from the cities that are playing in the big game. Lynne Weaver of Three Weavers and Teo Hunter of Crowns and Hops in Inglewood are here along with Matthew Steinke of Rhinegeist Brewing in Cincinnati to talk about a friendly wager, diversity and inclusion in the beer space, establishing community, and even a little business.
Haze might be popular, but the clear, vibrant, and assertive West Coast IPA still has a lot of life left in it and holding that torch high is Julian Shrago of Beachwood Brewing in California. He’s here to talk hops and creativity, mixed culture, and the importance of being small and independent.
From lagers to pastry stouts, the taproom experience, changing the culture around beer, and talking about underrated styles, the show is excited to welcome four brewing professionals from around the country to talk about the year that was and what the new one could be.
Brad Clark of Private Press Brewing talks about moving west, memberships, barrels, good health, and doing stouts and barleywine his way.
A conversation with Laurie Porter of Smog City Brewing in Los Angeles about the state of the industry, a new beer they are releasing to spark conversation, and how the City of Angles is doing in 2021.
Talking with Vinnie Cilurzo the brewing mind and co-founder of Russian River Brewing Co. about Pliny the Younger 2021, how he makes changes to Pliny the Elder, and what he sees on the horizon of hop production in America.