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.
Alan Sprints is founder of Hair of the Dog, an Oregon brewing institution that values history, layered flavors, and the overall experience that comes with imbibing strong beers.
Jeff Alworth is on the show this week. He’s a writer, a thinker, a man who appreciates good beer and history, and is the author of the Beer Bible. The second edition was just released.
Ben Loves of Gigantic Brewing talks about disappearing hops, returnable bottles, and gin.
Talking with Sean Burke about ForeLand Beer, where pilsners, pale ale, and farmhouse ales are on the menu and nature is an inspiration.
A weekly conversation about all things rauchbier. This week we welcome Lisa Allen, Franziska Weyermann, Jack Hendler, and Bart Watson.
Bill Oakley is a comedy writer, fast food critic, and television showrunner. The man who brought “steamed hams” into the lexicon via The Simpsons weighs in on the fried chicken wars, Malört, the beers he likes to drink, and the art of writing a joke.
Talking lagers and what it is like to work in the family business with Lisa Allen of Heater Allen Brewing in Oregon.