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The Brewbound Podcast is an extension of Brewbound’s leading B2B beer industry reporting, featuring interviews with beer industry executives and entrepreneurs, along with highlights and commentary from the weekly news. New episodes are released every Thursday. Send comments and suggestions to podcast@brewbound.com.

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The Brewbound Podcast is an extension of Brewbound’s leading B2B beer industry reporting, featuring interviews with beer industry executives and entrepreneurs, along with highlights and commentary from the weekly news. New episodes are released every Thursday. Send comments and suggestions to podcast@brewbound.com.

    S3 E21: Brewbound Frontlines: Leaders of Stone, Rogue and Revolution

    S3 E21: Brewbound Frontlines: Leaders of Stone, Rogue and Revolution

    In Episode 21 of the Brewbound Podcasts’s third season, leaders of Stone Brewing, Rogue Ales & Spirits and Revolution Brewing discuss how their companies are navigating the COVID-19 pandemic.

    Stone Brewing CEO Dominic Engels, Rogue Ales & Spirits president Dharma Tamm and Revolution Brewing CFO Doug Veliky share updates on their breweries’ business, how they’ve pivoted and what they’re doing to maintain employee culture.

    • 1 hr 18 min
    Brewbound Frontlines: E-Commerce During the COVID-19 Pandemic

    Brewbound Frontlines: E-Commerce During the COVID-19 Pandemic

    In Episode 20 of the Brewbound Podcast’s third season, experts from leading e-commerce platforms Drizly and GoPuff, as well as beverage analysts from Rabobank discuss the success of the e-commerce channel during the COVID-19 pandemic.

    Drizly director of consumer insights Liz Paquette, GoPuff director of alcohol Randy Ornstein and Rabobank analysts Bourcard Nesin and Jim Watson share how breweries can find opportunities via online sales.

    • 1 hr 1 min
    S3 E19: Brewbound Frontlines: Missouri and Georgia Breweries on Reopening

    S3 E19: Brewbound Frontlines: Missouri and Georgia Breweries on Reopening

    In Episode 19 of the Brewbound Podcast’s third season, the leaders of Cinder Block Brewery and 2nd Shift Brewing in Missouri and Creature Comforts Beer and Monday Night Brewing in Georgia discuss how they’re approaching reopening their taprooms now that those states have loosened restrictions.

    • 1 hr 6 min
    S3 E18: Brewbound Frontlines: Guild Leaders From California, New York and Illinois

    S3 E18: Brewbound Frontlines: Guild Leaders From California, New York and Illinois

    In Episode 18 of the Brewbound Podcast’s third season, guild leaders from California, New York and Illinois, as well as Brewers Association senior VP Paul Gatza discuss challenges during the COVID-19 outbreak. 
    Gatza, along with Illinois Craft Brewers Guild executive director Danielle D’Alessandro, CA Craft Brewers Association executive director Tom McCormick and New York State Brewers Association director Paul Leone delve into guild fundraising, brewery closures, declines in craft beer sales and more

    • 1 hr 5 min
    S3 E17: Brewbound Frontlines: Founders of Deschutes Brewery and Harpoon Brewery

    S3 E17: Brewbound Frontlines: Founders of Deschutes Brewery and Harpoon Brewery

    In Episode 17 of the Brewbound Podcast’s third season, Harpoon Brewery co-founder Dan Kenary and Deschutes Brewery founder Gary Fish discuss the survival mode thousands of craft brewers find themselves in. They would know -- Kenary and Fish’s companies have ridden out many storms during their 30-plus years in business. They discuss leadership, what it’s like to be an employee-owned company and what the beer industry might look like once the pandemic ends.

    • 1 hr 2 min
    S3 E16: Brewbound Frontlines: Other Half, Trillium and WeldWerks

    S3 E16: Brewbound Frontlines: Other Half, Trillium and WeldWerks

    In Episode 16 of the Brewbound Podcast’s third season, the founders of Other Half, Trillium and WeldWerks discuss how they’re adjusting their businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic.

    Trillium’s JC and Esther Tetreault, Other Half’s Matt Monahan and WeldWerks’ Colin Jones discuss how their businesses have pivoted, how they’re approaching innovation, the future of the on-premise and much more.

    • 58 min

Customer Reviews

4.4 out of 5
64 Ratings

64 Ratings

tac1520 ,

So fun and funny!

If you like beer, or bikes, or skiing. Or Bend Oregon. This makes me want to move to Bend and work in the brewing industry.

Justine Michael ,

I’m unsubscribing do to the appalling sexism in episode 44.

I have been listening to and enjoying Brew Bound for as long as I have been enjoying podcasts about beer, I have been involved in the craft beer community for over 3 years now as well. I used to love the news articles that they shared with their audience and their in-depth interviews with pivotal members of the community. This all changed today while I was listening to episode 44 of the podcast where our hosts shared an article from Uproxx publications where they highlight the top 10 beer influencers to follow on Instagram. 8 out of the 10 influencers are women, and apparently a little know fact about women is that they typically have breasts which seems to be a fact that the hosts cannot appreciate because they go on to imply that these womens’ instagrams are not worth of being influential, regardless that they have more followers that the non-female Instagram pages, because they wear tight clothes and their faces aren’t always in their pictures. They also continue to say that the way to become an influencer is clearly by wearing tight clothes and being a pretty woman. I am appalled that these men who are extremely influential in the beer community and who are employed by an EXTREMELY pivotal and influential and important beer media and education outlet would down grade these women like this and would imply that their knowledge and passion for beer is false, and that they only have the influence they have earned due to their appearance. Clearly they do not appreciate the hard work, dedication, hours of networking and photo editing, and all the other incredibly time consuming things it takes to earn the title of Instagram influencer. I am disgusted by the blatant sexism in this podcast episode. This right here is the reason women and minorities feel unwelcome in the beer community and so many of us are working so hard to create inclusion and it is appalling that a podcast with this much reach would allow this! Shame on you! For these reasons I am unfollowing Brew Bound’s podcast. I am sure that once the hundreds of thousands of Instagramers who follow these women hear this garbage they will feel the same way. Shame on you.

Matebro ,

Great insights

Great podcast- really great insights on the industry.

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