There is more to Left Hand Brewing than just nitro stout, and the new head brewer, Gary Glass is here to explain while he takes us on a journey from his homebrewing beginnings and advocacy, to his first professional brewing job.
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.
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.
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.
We’re talking with Becky Ryman of Wallenpaupack Brewing Co. which is coming up on four years. They are at a crossroads, looking to grow but trying to figure out the best path forward. From paying employees well and staff retention to managing the owner and brewer relationship, we’ll get into the nuts and bolts of the business.
This week we’re joined by Kyle Kohlmorgen the founder and head brewer at Wellspent Brewing. He was an owner, but isn’t any longer and he’s loving that. He’ll explain why.
Ben Loves of Gigantic Brewing talks about disappearing hops, returnable bottles, and gin.
Michael Karnowski of Zebulon Artisan Ales talks about brewing historical beers, pleads for other brewers to stop making gimmick beers, and talks about the very real pressures of running a small brewery.
How Zillicoah Brewing Co. survived and adapted during COVID-19. A conversation with head brewer, co-founder, and co-owner John Parks.
Writing a book can leave a writer’s brain feeling crispy. This week John Holl handed in a manuscript and called in some friends to help re-enter to the real world. Writers and all around good people Don Tse and Em Sauter join the conversation.