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Building Breweries: A Beer Podcast is an interview-based podcast about the beer industry's leaders, their stories, and the issues that they face. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/building-breweries-a-beer-podcast/support
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In certain parts of the country, non-alcoholic craft beer is on the rise. Bill Shufelt of Athletic Brewing Co. has the only non-alcoholic brewery taproom in the country. He joins the show to talk about that taproom atmosphere, the non-alcoholic trends, and how e-commerce has allowed his business to grow.Want to support the podcast? Visit: https://anchor.fm/building-breweries-a-beer-podcast/support Connect with Michael: Twitter: @michaeldmoeller Instagram: @buildingbreweries Facebook: @buildingbreweries www.buildingbreweries.com--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/building-breweries-a-beer-podcast/support
This episode of Building Breweries is sponsored by New Air Appliances.In the belly of the Coors is AC Golden Brewing - the craft arm of MillerCoors where they test batch products on a 30-barrel system. Most notably, Colorado Native (a brand which only contains CO ingredients). In an episode originally recorded for my other podcast (Eat. Drink. Social), we speak with David Coors about all things Colorado Native, how they stand separate from MillerCoors, and how they fit into the world of craft beer. Want to support the podcast? Visit: https://anchor.fm/building-breweries-a-beer-podcast/support Connect with Michael: Twitter: @michaeldmoeller Instagram: @buildingbreweries Facebook: @buildingbreweries www.buildingbreweries.com--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/building-breweries-a-beer-podcast/support
Matt Greenberg joins the show to discuss how he and his friend Brendan DeBlois brought craft beer to the country of Nicaragua in 2013 (and where you can find their beer in the United States now). To learn more about their operation, visit www.nicacraftbeer.com.Want to support the podcast? Visit: https://anchor.fm/building-breweries-a-beer-podcast/supportConnect with Michael:Twitter: @michaeldmoellerInstagram: @buildingbreweriesFacebook: @buildingbrewerieswww.buildingbreweries.com--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/building-breweries-a-beer-podcast/support
Ray Daniels, lifelong beer educator and founder of the Cicerone Certification Program, joins the podcast to tell us all about the early days of the Cicerone Certification Program, what the levels mean, and what it takes to become a Master Cicerone (aka somebody that really knows their beer).The Cicerone Certification Program certifies and educates beer professionals in order to elevate the beer experience for consumers.  To learn more, visit www.cicerone.orgWant to support the podcast? Visit: https://anchor.fm/building-breweries-a-beer-podcast/supportConnect with Michael:Twitter: @michaeldmoellerInstagram: @buildingbreweriesFacebook: @buildingbrewerieswww.buildingbreweries.com--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/building-breweries-a-beer-podcast/support
Governor Hickenlooper joins the show to talk about Wynkoop Brewing, the economic impact of beer, New Belgium, and a potential 2020 presidential campaign.This episode is sponsored by Stith Family Farms:www.stithfamilyfarms.comWant to support the podcast? Visit: https://anchor.fm/building-breweries-a-beer-podcast/supportConnect with Michael:Twitter: @michaeldmoellerInstagram: @michaeldmoellerFacebook: @buildingbrewerieswww.buildingbreweries.com--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/building-breweries-a-beer-podcast/support
Joel Shelton joins the show to share stories about the early days of Shelton Brothers Inc., Cantillon, and the future of American beer. View the Shelton Brothers Inc. distribution portfolio: www.sheltonbrothers.com/booze This episode is sponsored by Stith Family Farms: www.stithfamilyfarms.com Want to support the podcast? Visit: https://anchor.fm/building-breweries-a-beer-podcast/supportConnect with Michael: Twitter: @michaeldmoeller Instagram: @michaeldmoeller Facebook: @buildingbreweries www.buildingbreweries.com--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/building-breweries-a-beer-podcast/support
Steve Oliver of OPA Design Studio (Austin, TX) joins Michael to discuss all about brewery design, planning, building, and red tape headaches. www.designopa.com www.buildingbreweries.com E-mail Michael: michael@buildingbreweries.comWant to support the podcast? Visit: https://anchor.fm/building-breweries-a-beer-podcast/support--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/building-breweries-a-beer-podcast/support
42: Kentucky Craft Bash

42: Kentucky Craft Bash

2018-04-2300:17:12

Ever wonder what goes into a beer festival? Derek Selznick of the Kentucky Guild of Brewers breaks it down for us when discussing the plans behind Kentucky Craft Bash 2018.www.kycraftbash.comInterested in other great independent beer podcasts? Check out the Hopped Up Network: www.hoppedupnetwork.comFacebook: Building BreweriesTwitter: MoellerMDIG: BuildingBreweries--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/building-breweries-a-beer-podcast/support
A former PhD left a tenure-track professor job in academia and opened a brewery in rural Abindgon, VA. Wolf Hills Brewing's Chris Burcher shares his thoughts on business and brewing in Appalachia.If you have questions about opening a brewery, feel free to reach out to Chris Burcher at chris.burcher@gmail.comInterested in other great independent beer podcasts? Check out the Hopped Up Network: www.hoppedupnetwork.com--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/building-breweries-a-beer-podcast/support
President Obama likes to enjoy the occasional beer. But did you know he bought a homebrew kit? White House Chef Sam Kass joins the Podcast to share the story.--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/building-breweries-a-beer-podcast/support
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