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Mary and Brian Rooney of Kansas City's BKS Artisan Ales discuss their approach to experimentation and iteration with soft and fluffy (but well-attenuated) hazy IPA.
The former CFO and current CMO of Chicago’s Revolution Brewing offers a glimpse into what’s in store for craft beer in 2023 and beyond.
This panel discussion with Kelsey McNair of North Park, Evan Price of Green Cheek, and Vinnie Cilurzo of Russian River explores the details of brewing compelling West Coast IPA today.
Fermenting under pressure is all the rage, whether to reduce ester production at warmer (faster) temperatures or to grab beautifully tight, natural carbonation from your yeast pitch’s last exhale.
Using both spontaneous and culture-driven processes, this Ohio brewery is making award-winning mixed-culture beers with a focus on nuance, sustainability, and technical execution.
Inner Voice strives for freshness—both in the flavor expression of their classic and progressive beers, and in the experience of their light and welcoming taproom.
For this final bonus episode of 2022, we look back at the 10 most-listened-to podcasts of the year, with salient highlights that capture the most memorable and most useful moments of your favorite podcasts.
This Atlanta brewery produces an array of lagers that explore the flavors of Noble hops, while also pushing for focused expression in their Belgian-style beers.
While Atlanta’s Three Taverns started as a brewery focused on Belgian styles, they’ve taken that same fearless approach to ingredients and processes, along with a determination to make balanced and drinkable beers, and they’ve applied those principles to everything from new-school pils to hazy IPA.
Making viscous and luxurious dessert stouts is hard enough on systems designed for high-gravity beers, but Jon Shari of Little Cottage takes the challenge one step further, brewing his sought-after mega stouts on a nano scale.