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.
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.
Drew Fox, the president and founder of 18th Street Brewery in Indiana talks about the evolution of his beers, his recipes, and how the conversation about mental health in the beer industry is one we all need to have more often.
Talking with the innovation brewer at Night Shift about creating a recipe from scratch and where she finds inspiration. Then it’s a dive into the brewery’s future plans that include seltzer, wine and cider.
The newly opened Drowned Lands Brewing space in New York is a wonderful, sleek combination of tradition, modern flair, and finding innovation in beer. Owner Mike Kraai talks about his love of oak, and how he wants his beers to convey a sense of place and time.
The founder and brewer of The Lost Abbey talks about how COVID-19 has changed his business and what the pandemic means for beer in general going forward. Tomme Arthur is here to talk about what comes next for brewing.
Talking about carving out a niche in the already crowded San Diego beer market with the owner of Stave & Nail Brewing Co.