Jamie Bogner | Craft Beer & Brewing

Jamie Bogner

Jamie Bogner is the Cofounder and Editorial Director of Craft Beer & Brewing Magazine®. Email him at [email protected].


Troubadour Maltings’ Chris Schooley on Understanding the Fine Details of Malt and the Process Behind It (Podcast Episode 109)

The Cofounder of the Fort Collins, Colorado craft maltster dives deep into the science of malt from field to fermenter.

Podcast Episode 108: Civil Life's Dylan Mosley on Brewing Flavorful Session Beers

Civil Life Brewing (St. Louis, Missouri) is a brewer's brewery, and their focus on sessionable beers has made them local favorites. Learn more about how they build character and expression in small beers.

The Best 19 Beers of 2019

Our editors, writers, and blind-review panelists have tasted thousands of beers sent to our office, passed over a bar at a brewery or pub, and poured at festivals around the world. Here is the culmination of the best of those experiences.

Podcast Episode 107: The Best 19 Beers of 2019 Special Edition

What are the best beers of 2019 as named by the reviewers, critics, readers, and editors of Craft Beer & Brewing Magazine? This special episode of the podcast walks through the stories behind the beers and the selections.

Podcast Episode 106: Mitch Steele of New Realm on Designing Characterful IPAs, Pilsners, and Hard Seltzers

Mitch Steele helped define West Coast IPA as brewmaster at Stone for a decade, and literally wrote the book on IPA. He faces a new challenge with startup New Realm, as they build a brewery and brand from scratch.

Pick Six: Henry Nguyen of Monkish, on Familiarity and Mystery

Monkish Brewing co-founder Henry Nguyen offers up this sixer of beers that have made a mark on his brewing journey.

Podcast Episode 105: August Schell's Jace Marti on Creating Distinctive Lagers and Historically Inspired Berliner Weisse

Marti discusses how their approach to craft lagers has evolved, how they've borrowed innovative processes from the IPA world for their traditional lagers, and how they've painstakingly built a sour program based on mixed-culture Berliner weisse.

Green Cheek’s Evan Price: Creatively Evolving West Coast IPA... and Winning (Podcast Episode 104)

Orange County's Green Cheek is known for their bright, lush, crisp IPAs. Two medals (silver and gold) at the 2019 GABF in hotly-contested IPA categories show how his approach is working.

Podcast Episode 103: Harrison McCabe of Beachwood Blendery

Beachwood has built a world-class sour, wild, and spontaneous beer program by controlling environmental factors and carefully selecting for desired character in their prevailing house culture.

Editors' Picks: Old Ale

Here are four great examples of a style that doesn’t get much attention these days, despite the depth that reminds us why old ale endures.