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.
John Holl 11 days ago
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.
Brought to you by:
This podcast is sponsored by the Hops on Tap. Hops are now on tap year-round at The Farmers’ Museum. Discover the area’s rich hops history, why Cooperstown used to be nicknamed Hop City and the secrets to creating an amazing craft brew.
Visit http://www.farmersmuseum.org/hopstap to save $2 on your ticket!
Rethinking Bitterness In Dry-Hopped (Hazy) Beers
Past research has shown that more extreme dry-hopping regimens can reduce IBUs in beer made with kettle hops bittering, New Belgium Brewing’s Ross Koenigs suggests that dry hopping without kettle additions can add far more IBUs than previously thought.
Podcast Episode 37: Lawson’s Finest Liquids’ Sean Lawson: Delivering a Clear and Expressive Hops Experience from Brewhouse to the Consumer
In this episode Sean Lawson talks about their stages of growth, the challenges and opportunities they’ve navigated through, his preferences for hops blending, and much more.
Podcast Episode #35: Maine Beer Co.’s Dan Kleban: Growing in a Smart and Purposeful Way
Maine Beer Co.’s Dan Kleban is an ardent independent with a knack for hops and a company-wide commitment to treading lightly on the planet.