The Cycling Certified Cicerone rides a bike from brewery to brewery all around Seattle and Washington. Explore the inner workings and history of breweries in face to face interviews with brewers and founders. Do you think you have what it takes to run a brewery? Check out these first hand accounts of what it takes to open and run a brewery. We talk to brewer's about their origins, their day to days, and their plans to make it big, but most importantly, we talk about beer.
Boundary Bay - Washington Beer Talk
Because Janet Lightner helped start Boundary Bay, she has been in the beer industry longer than almost everyone. She started off in the restaurant biz, so she brought a ton to the table of this Bellingham Brewpub
Bellingham Cider Co- Washington Beer Talk
Josh and I chat about opening a cidery-pub. All local ingredients and local juice in a historical building. Quite the sight and a better sip!
Flying Bike Cooperative Brewery Chat With The Prez - Washington Beer Talk
Austin and I chat about beer, politics, capitalism, and co-ops!
Meet Zeek's - Washington Beer Talk
Josh Snyder and Tommy Brooks, two Zeeks pizza dudes who worked their way up from the bottom talk about how the company they helped change provides jobs that are fulfilling while fulfilling the peoples need for craft beer.
Meet Bad Jimmy's - Washington Beer Talk
Jason Shrum, a salesman turned part owner shares some sharp wit and the origins of Bad Jimmy's, a Ballard Brewery in Seattle
Meet Reuben's Brews - Washington Beer Talk
Adam Robbings introduces us to Reuben's Brews, a staple of the Seattle and Ballard Beer Scene