What happens when your small brewpub wins a major national award? A lot of long days and nights trying to catch up to demand!
Of course, that's a good problem to have, and we caught up with the brewmaster of Prison City Pub and Brewery, Ben Maeso.
They were pouring at the 2016 Great American Beer Festival, weeks after Paste Magazine named their Mass Riot IPA the best American IPA, blind tasted with 246 others. They beat out some of the biggest names in the business to take home that award.
We talked to Ben about his start, the expansion of the brewery, and helping to make Auburn, New York a craft beer destination.
Project BGR gets a hold of Burial Beer Company on the cusp of their Atlanta debut. We talk to one of the owners of this Asheville brewery, Jess Reiser. She talks about the company's founding, their craft, and all about their unique can art.
Continuing our coverage of the 2016 Great American Beer Festival, Project BGR talks tp Alex Wallash, one of the founders of Berkeley, California's all sour beer company, The Rare Barrel.
Fresh off their silver medal win at the 2016 Great American Beer Fest, Project BGR sat down with Almanac Beer Company Founder Jesse Friedman and brewer/blender Phil Emerson.
We talk about the craft beer scene in the southeast, along with Green Flash's growth nationally, culminating with their east coast expansion to Virginia Beach.
On this episode, Tim and Aaron talk to a small Tampa brewery making some big beers. Angry Chair's Ryan Dowdle, Ben Romano and Jordan Cooper join us on Project BGR....and we try their amazing beers, including the German Chocolate Cupcake Stout, which we all need more of in our lives.
Plus, we talk about what exactly is an Angry Chair (note: it's not the Alice in Chains song), and how they escaped it.
We caught up to one of the biggest names in homebrewing at the 2016 Great American Beer Festival in Denver.
Jamil Zainasheff, author of "Brewing Classic Styles" and "Yeast: The Practical Guide to Beer Fermentation," broadcaster and now professional brewer, sat down to talk (mainly to Tim) about all things hombrewing...and making the transition to owning and operating Heretic Brewing Company.
In this episode of Project BGR, we talk to James Murray, Vice President of Brewing and Ryan Glenn, Vice President of Operations from San Diego's Ballast Point Brewing Company.
We talk to them at the 2016 Great American Beer Festival on the heels of their billion-dollar acquisition, and the announcement of their new East coast based brewery expansion in Virginia.
On this episode of Project BGR, we talk to Jennifer Glanville, Brewery Manager for Boston Beer Company (Samuel Adams).
We talk to her about her start in the craft beer business, working for one of the largest craft breweries in the country, and whether Sam Adams is still "cool."
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Jeffrey Stuffings is the Founder/Owner of Jester King Brewery in Austin, Texas. After a brief stint in law, Jeff began working on opening a brewery in 2007. He worked at Austin Homebrew Supply from 2008-09 before opening Jester King in late 2010.
Today, Jeff oversees the company and guides its future as an authentic farmhouse brewery. He and his wife Amber have two kids and live in Dripping Springs, Texas nearby Jester King.
Michael Tonsmeire (aka The Mad Fermentationist) is an award-winning homebrewer, certified beer judge, and all-around sour beer nerd.
Tonsmeire has consulted and collaborated with a dozen of America’s best craft breweries including Modern Times Beer Co., and Commonwealth Brewing Co. He has presented at the last three American Homebrewers Association National Homebrewers Conferences, as well as homebrewing conferences in Norway and Brazil. Tonsmeire resides in Washington, D.C.