Oct 23, 2017
Mark Sammartino discusses some important tools every brewer should have within reach, as we all struggle to deal with increasing competition, costs, variability in raw materials, and strive to operate more sustainable breweries.
Oct 16, 2017
Tom Eplett joins us to talk about some anecdotal fermentation problems, lessons learned, and his go-to papers, books, etc. for troubleshooting and learning about brewing. If you still think the best yeast is in the middle of the cone, you should listen to this episode.
Oct 9, 2017
Many hop farms in Yakima operate 24/7 during much of September. Now that the bales are off the farms and hop selection is over, we catch up with Roy Johnson to get some perspective from one of the world's largest hop merchants.
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Oct 2, 2017
In 2010, Christian & Andrea Stanley built one of the first craft malthouses in the US. Today, they produce 8 tons per week at Valley Malt. In this episode we catch up with the husband & wife team to hear about their challenges, successes, and the many moving parts in the craft malt supply chain.
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Sep 25, 2017
Total Packaged Oxygen is the industry standard for determination of beer shelf life. If your brewery is going to survive an increasingly competitive market, you must calculate and strive for the lowest possible TPO. Measuring the DO of your packaged beer is not enough/the same thing as TPO. In this episode, Kevin...