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.
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Ken Grossman, the founder of Sierra Nevada Brewing Co. recently sat down with our Senior Editor, John Holl. Grossman talked about his early homebrewing days and his hope for the future of his family owned brewing. With great insight into the larger craft beer industry, Grossman shares his thoughts on the the latest trends and reminds brewers to embrace science, not just art when it comes to making beer.
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