We’re back into the latest New Brewer which looks at the hop volume mix globally. Also, introducing Kevin!
Gregg didn’t get enough sleepy-time during the first discussion, so James brings more photosynthesis to the party. Plus threats of close-up magic.
It’s time to go shopping! No sexy stuff like tractors and balers; this week we make an Amazon wish list of pipettes, gloves, scales and first aid kits.
Well sure, you know that light is essential for healthy plant growth. Do you know why and all the big words that go along with it? Professor James is in the house!
We last spoke about brewery collaborations waaaay back in episode #2. The pandemic has opened up new opportunities for these cross-brewery partnerships so we’re revisiting the whys and hows of these pairings.
How are you getting water to your plants? Do you know how to optimize your path from source to yard? Well, well, well. Let’s talk about it.
We had the privilege of speaking with New Glarus Brewing founder Dan Carey in early September (he lost a bet). The video is also available on our YouTube channel at: https://youtu.be/VHFYi6H3NaA
This is one of those situations where we went out of order, and you’ll know it during the intro. Do any of you belong to a local hops co-op, how does it work, and what value are you getting? We’re not fans (shocking!) and get into what makes a valuable partnership and what’s just a […]
This episode is mostly about getting ready for harvest, but we do start out with some discussion of labor and demand during this strange year. Also Gunk, Shnibbins, Goop, Coyotes & Frogs.
We tried something different this week and recorded a Zoom call with our friend and chemist Joe. The video version will be on our YouTube channel. In all honesty, the audio isn’t up to our usual standards but it’s still usable. My (Gregg’s) is pretty muddy, but since my contributions to chemistry are usually just […]