Marti discusses how their approach to craft lagers has evolved, how they've borrowed innovative processes from the IPA world for their traditionally-minded lagers, and how they've painstakingly built a sour program based on mixed culture Berliner weisse.
Orange County's Green Cheek is known for their bright, lush, crisp IPAs. Two medals (silver and gold) at the 2019 GABF in hotly-contested IPA categories show how his approach is working.
Beachwood has built a world-class sour, wild, and spontaneous beer program by controlling environmental factors and carefully selecting for desired character in their prevailing house culture.
Keith Villa may be best known for creating and growing Coors’ Blue Moon brand of Belgian-style witbier, but his second act—developing non-alcoholic beer infused with cannabinoids—may be his most daring challenge yet.
Laffler has a reputation for strong opinions, and in true form he pulls no punches in this episode with honest, bombastic takes on brewing philosophy and techniques.
We talk with longtime contributor Neil Fisher of Weldwerks Brewing before launching into the previously subscriber-only podcast takeover with Fisher and Side Project Brewing's Cory King.
The founder of Alarmist Brewing (Chicago, Illinois) shares his thoughts on brewing hazy IPAs, and the perspective and techniques that helped them win gold in the competitive category.
The Brewmaster and Barrel Operations Lead for Chicago, Illinois’ Revolution Brewing discuss their mathematical approach to brewing blending stock at different ages and attenuation levels, then delve into the process behind Hazy Hero IPA.
This week Mark Edelson, one of the cofounders of Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant, now with nearly 20 locations in the east, talks about why staff training is important, a useful path towards a brewing career, and more.
The cofounder of St. Louis’ most popular brewer of progressive hazy styles shares the techniques and philosophy behind their sought-after beers, and debunks some misperceptions in the process.