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.
Jamie Bogner 4 months ago
Editorial Director Jamie Bogner 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. Lauren shares thoughts on sensory development, recent changes they’ve made to longstanding processes, the rapidly shifting packaging and release strategy for their sour beers, and much more.
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