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.
A conversation with Todd DiMatteo of Good Word Brewing and Public House on alcohol strength, hospitality, creativity, and building a beer community.
To Pittsburgh this week and a conversation with Andrew Witchey of Dancing Gnome about the city’s beer DNA, ditching sours, creating a welcoming space, and finding that perfect lot of hops.
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.
With a thoughtful lager program that draws from tradition, Thomas Beckmann of Goldfinger Brewing in Illinois is serving mugs of distinction. We’ll talk about ingredients and regionality, and might actually create a new style.
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.
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.
Great Lakes Brewing was founded in 1988 and has thrived on tradition. The Cleveland, Ohio brewery is also working to keep up with the times and finding balance with trends. A conversation with their brewmaster and their brand coordinator.