Podcast Episode #36: The Lost Abbey's Tomme Arthur: The Future, The Past, and Creating Beers | Craft Beer & Brewing Magazine
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Podcast Episode #36: The Lost Abbey's Tomme Arthur: The Future, The Past, and Creating Beers

Recently, Arthur laid down a challenge. "Our industry has become reliant on collaborating solely on hazier shades of winter. It feels done and done. Can we please chart a new destination," he asked. In this episode he goes deeper with John Holl.

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Tomme Arthur, director of brewing operations at The Lost Abbey worries about beer today. Recently, while accepting an award from the Brewers Association for innovation, he laid down a challenge to brewers in the room. "Our industry has become reliant on collaborating solely on hazier shades of winter. It feels done and done. Can we please chart a new destination," he asked. In this episode he goes deeper into the request with senior editor John Holl as the two discuss the future, the past, and creating beers.

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John Holl is the Senior Editor of Craft Beer & Brewing Magazine®. Email tips and story suggestions to [email protected].

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