Drink Beer, Think Beer With John Holl

Drink Beer, Think Beer With John Holl

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Drink Beer, Think Beer is a weekly conversation with brewers, growers, and other brewing industry professionals that explores the art, culture, and business of beer.


21 - Rudi Ghequire and Sam Calagione
Feb 26 • 40 min
The brewers of Rodenbach and Dogfish Head talk about their new collaboration beer Vibrant P’Ocean, the terroir of beer, and how to approach brewing up something new that doesn’t compete with existing beers.
20 - Jeremy Danner of 4 Hands Brewing Co.
Feb 19 • 46 min
Jeremy Danner has held a lot of jobs at breweries including a stint as a cork sorter at Boulevard Brewing Co. Now, as an on premise account manager and brewery ambassador for 4 Hands Brewing Co, he talks about personal identities intertwined with…
19 - Chase Saraiva of Arizona Wilderness
Feb 12 • 32 min
Chase Saraiva the head brewer of Arizona Wilderness talks about how he passed up on a career in dentistry to create lagers and wild beers. From brewing with local ingredients to Camp Coolship, Saraiva shares his thoughts on brewing today and the pressures…
18 - Megan Parisi of Samuel Adams
Feb 5 • 51 min
Catching up with the head brewer of the new Samuel Adams Taproom and Brewery in Boston’s Faneuil Hall and talking about art inspired beer, recipe development, education, and what it’s like to brew in front of a crowd.
17 - Brandon Jones of Embrace the Funk
Jan 29 • 47 min
We go deep into what it means to be a sour beer, the benefits of green glass, and get a sneak preview of the 2020 Funk Fest with Brandon Jones of Yazoo Brewing and Embrace the Funk.
16 - Ashleigh Carter and Bill Eye of Bierstadt Lagerhaus
Jan 22 • 51 min
What’s the current state of lagers in America? How do you run a brewery that stays true to your values and only makes the beers you care about? Ashleigh Carter and Bill Eye of Bierstadt Lagerhaus have some thoughts and they share them all on this episode…
15 - Matt Lincecum of Fremont Brewing
Jan 15 • 47 min
Talking barrel aged stouts, sustainability, organic farming, and the responsibilities of brewery owners with Matt Lincecum of Fremont Brewing in Seattle, Washington on planet earth.
14 - Linus Hall of Yazoo Brewing
Jan 8 • 51 min
In 2003 Linus Hall founded Yazoo Brewing in Nashville and has been an advocate for great beer in the city ever since. In this episode he talks about growth, recipe development, and getting busted for drinking on the New York City subway.
13 - Bill Shufelt of Athletic Brewing Co.
Jan 1 • 49 min
Get into the Dry January spirit as we talk with Bill Shufelt of Athletic Brewing Co. The non-alcoholic beer space is at the start of a Renaissance in the United States. Hear how we got to this point and what to expect in the coming months and years.
12 - Maureen Ogle, author of Ambitious Brew
Dec 25, 2019 • 48 min
Talking with author, historian, ranter, and idea junkie Maureen Ogle. She’s the author of Ambitious Brew: A History of American Beer. A revised edition is now available where books are sold.
11 - Jace Marti of Schell’s Brewery
Dec 25, 2019 • 51 min
Jace Marti is a 6th generation brewer at August Schell’s Brewery in New Ulm Minnesota and the creator of the Starkeller, the brewery’s wild and wood program. Schell’s is the second oldest family-owned brewery in the United States but Marti doesn’t want to…
10 - Augie Carton of Carton Brewing Co.
Dec 18, 2019 • 60 min
Exploring flavors and unpacking beers with Augie Carton of Carton Brewing Co. From what fine dining taught him about beer and what he’s focusing on with his own recipes, it’s all covered in this week’s episode.
9 - Lauren Woods Limbach of New Belgium Brewing Co.
Dec 11, 2019 • 54 min
Lauren Woods Limbach the the wood cellar director and blender for New Belgium Brewing Co. talks about sour beers, changes in the industry, and what the brewery’s recent sale to Lion Little World Beverages means for her and fellow employee owners.
8 - Cesar Marron of Sketchbook Brewing
Dec 4, 2019 • 55 min
Cesar Marron of Sketchbook Brewing in Evanston, Illinois talks about his homebrewing background and when he knew the time was right to go pro, specialty IPA releases, and growing into a new space.
7 - Chad Henderson of NoDa Brewing
Nov 27, 2019 • 52 min
Chad Henderson of NoDa Brewing talks about how changes in the law in North Carolina a few years back helped pave the way for his brewery, and how a simple conversation at a the Denver Rare Beer Tasting event helped him peruse his dream of brewing.
6 - Samantha Lee and Stephen Bossu of Hopewell Brewing
Nov 20, 2019 • 54 min
The co-founders of Hopewell Brewing in Chicago talk about politics and beer, the importance of community, and the evolution of their beers.
5 - Bill Wesselink and Hagen Dost of Dovetail Brewery
Nov 13, 2019 • 51 min
Strap in folks, because this week it’s Hagen Dost and Bill Wesselink of Chicago’s Dovetail Brewing.
4 - Evan Watson of Plan Bee Farm Brewery
Nov 13, 2019 • 56 min
Evan Watson is a farmer, brewer, musician, athlete, and all around thoughtful guy. A conversation recorded at Plan Bee Farm Brewery.
3 - Garrett Marrero of Maui Brewing Company
Nov 13, 2019 • 47 min
What’s in a title? For Garrett Marrero, the CEO of Maui Brewing Company it’s the latest in an evolution of his company that started off as a small brewpub and now is a major beverage company making not just beer but coffee, spirits, and hard seltzer.
2 - Carol Stoudt of Stoudts Brewing Company
Nov 13, 2019 • 56 min
Carol Stoudt was the first female brewmaster in the United States following Prohibition. In this episode she talks about experience gained over 30 years in the business, the excitement and uncertainty of the future, and lagers.
1 - Matt Brynildson of Firestone Walker Brewing Company
Nov 12, 2019 • 57 min
Matt Brynildson, the Brewmaster of the Firestone Walker Brewing Company, talks with John Holl in Antwerp, Belgium.