Podcast Episode 29: Monkish Founders: The Techniques Behind Their IPAs

Our guests on this episode are Adriana and Henry Nguyen of Monkish Brewing in Torrance, California. Here, they discuss the patience and technique behind their IPA process (disproving any argument that hazy IPAs are rushed), and much more.

Podcast Episode 28: De Garde’s Trevor Rogers: The Evolution of Their Spontaneous Process

Guest Trevor Rogers, cofounder of spontaneous sour beer maker De Garde Brewing in Tillamook, Oregon, joins Jamie Bogner in a conversation about the evolution of their beer making processes as one of America’s few all-spontaneous brewers.

Podcast Episode 27: Blind Enthusiasm Founder Greg Zeschuk: The Brewery Growth in Alberta, Canada

Greg Zeschuk, the founder of Blind Enthusiasm Brewing in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada talks with Senior Editor John Holl about the growing brewing scene in the province.

Podcast Episode 26: Sierra Nevada Founder Ken Grossman: The Latest Trends

Grossman talked about his early homebrewing days and his hope for the future of his family owned brewing. He also shared his thoughts on the the latest trends and reminds brewers to embrace science, not just art when it comes to making beer.

Podcast Episode 25: Burial Beer Founders: Growing with Intention

Jamie Bogner sat down with Doug Reiser and Tim Gormley of Burial Beer Co. to discuss how their small but influential Asheville, North Carolina brewery has grown with intention and branded in a way that creates excitement in discovery.

Podcast Episode 24: Two Roads' Phil Markowski: What's Next in the World of Wild Beer

Phil Markowski, has been brewing professionally for nearly three decades and says he still has a lot to learn. The brewmaster at Two Roads Brewing sits down with John Holl to talk about contract brewing and what's next in the world of "wild" beer.

Podcast Episode 23: Kathinka's Floris Delée: The Challenges of Maintaining Quality in Craft Brewing

Jamie Bogner’s guest is Floris DeLée, former Technical Director for New Belgium Brewing and former Dogfish Head brewmaster, who has helped some of the biggest names in craft brewing for the last 15 years build their brewhouses.

Podcast Episode 22: The Current State of Lager in the U.S. with Notch Brewing Founder/Brewer Chris Lohring

Chris Lohring of Notch sits down with John Holl to discuss lagers of all kinds, the importance of a comfortable tap room and ways brewers can face competition from each other and from the outside.

Podcast Episode 21: New Belgium's Wood Cellar Director & Blender Lauren Limbach

Jamie is joined by American sour beer pioneer Lauren Limbach of New Belgium Brewing, and they talk about the evolution of New Belgium’s sour beer program, from the earliest days two decades ago to the advances in analytics and technical process today.

Podcast Episode 20: Long-Time Brewer Fred Bueltmann Joins John Holl

Long-time brewer Fred Bueltmann sits down with John Holl to discuss his new project "This Craft Nation," how beer has evolved, and what it's like preparing a beer dinner for 500 people.