The 2020 year in review from the Brewer’s Association: was it as bad as predicted 12 months ago?
This week we discuss some of the beer trends of 2020 and then get into where farming could be in the next 20 years. It’s full of odd concepts like “share of throat”, “hippie vinegar tea” and “decorating the cow with data”. Also, see what happens when Gregg tries a really unpleasant beer.
Cans vs bottles, rainbows on labels, and packaging safety. Also why you don’t take James to your favorite brewery.
G’day Mates! This week we take a break from our North America-centric focus and get into it with our Australia growers. Don’t be a yabbo, we’ll give you the John Dory on the market down under and hopefully not make a dog’s breakfast of the whole thing.
It’s been a while since we first discussed non-alcoholic beers, and we’ve done a *lot* of research since then. By research of course I mean sampling.
Continuing where last week’s cliffhanger ended, we’re back with the second half of our talk with Jen and Rachael. Don’t forget to check out their podcast, the False Bottomed Girls. The full 2-part session is also now available on the hopnology YouTube channel!
If listening to Gregg and James trip over each other wasn’t enough, now there are four of us! In part 1 of a 2-part series with the False Bottomed Girls we learn about Jen and Rachael and their roles at New Realm and Pilot Brewing. You can find their podcast at False Bottomed Girls wherever […]
We’re back into the latest New Brewer which looks at the hop volume mix globally. Also, introducing Kevin!
In another review of the Brewer’s Association’s publications we bring you some of their best one-liners and then dive into female and minority representation in the craft beer industry.
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.