In contrast to our first brewery interview with established Vintage, this time we talk to Reverie Brewing a short eight weeks after they opened their doors.
It’s a podcast, and it’s glorious. The science behind drying your hops.
Another early interview as we dive into trellis infrastructure.
Our first interview episode, with Scott Manning of Vintage Brewing Company. We test many things this time around, including in-person recording, Beer ‘er No and Beer the Name.
We’re back with Alex from Lion’s Tail Brewing in Neenah, WI. This time we get into Covid impacts, talk about his brewhouse and play some games.
This week we speak to Alex from Lion’s Tail Brewing in Neenah, WI. Alex brews just about every style imaginable, from classic to milkshakes and everything in between.
On this episode we welcome Alexi Front, host of the Heavy Hops podcast and Scorched Tundra music festival. We riff on the crossover between beer and music, creativity in both industries and many, many t-shirt ideas. https://scorchedtundra.com/
Hopnologist profile! We sit down with Chad to learn more about his path into hop production and expansion into the world of distribution. http://www.thebineyard.com/ https://drinknycraft.com/
Hopnology listener Bob Scruggs reached out to tell us about a machine learning model that he’s developed to identify issues with your hops. This could get very complicated if you want it to…and that’s how we like it!
Trevor Easton from Wisconsin’s Alt Brew joins us to talk about what’s missing in his beer. Hint: it’s gluten! As if brewing wasn’t difficult enough, Trevor takes us through the additional obstacles inherent in operating a gluten-free brewery. www.altbrew.com