Drink Beer, Think Beer is a weekly conversation with brewers, growers, and other brewing industry professionals that explores the art, culture, and business of craft beer. Hosted by John Holl and recorded on location, this podcast gets to the bottom of every pint and offers insight into the dynamic world of beer.
Ep. 163 - Gretchen Langfeldt of Switchback Brewing
Gretchen Langfeldt of Switchback Brewing shares insight on employee ownership, rauchbier, and engineering in the beer space.
Ep. 162 - Homebrewing in 2022
A conversation on the state of homebrewing with Annie Johnson, Denny Conn, and Drew Beechum.
Ep. 161 - Beers for Thanksgiving 2022
Acclaimed chefs share their pairing tips and beer suggestions for the holiday season.
Ep. 160 - Jeff O'Neil of Industrial Arts
From the hop fields of Germany to creating a non-alcoholic brew that creates a true hop experience Jeff O’Neil of Industrial Arts is here to talk about his impressive brewery and the evolution of craft.
Ep. 159 - Matt Tweedy of Tooth and Nail
It’s a Canadian focused episode this week with Matt Tweedy the Co-founder and Director of Brewing at Tooth and Nail Brewing in Ottowa. From judging insights to Belgian-inspired ales, food pairing, and seasonals we’ll get into it all.
Ep. 158 - Alyssa Hoberer of Jagged Mountain Brewery
From social media to meaningful growth in beer my guest is Alyssa Hoberer, the head brewer at Jagged Mountain Brewing in Denver. We’ll also talk about appropriate styles for brewery anniversaries, searching for positivity, and hard seltzer redemption.
Nate Schweber episode
I truly enjoyed this episode. Although there was no discussion of beer, the discussion and information about nature was outstanding. Well done, thank you.
John is an absolute journalist! I love the podcast and will recommend it to anyone I speak to!! Cheers, John!!
First let me thank John Holl and all the other contributors for pod casts as this has been one of the many things that has helped me to maintain a level of sanity during this difficult time we’re all going thru.
Then I’d like to express how much I liked hearing the most recent podcast (episode 83 from Zillcoah Brewing in Asheville NC). This episode was fantastic hearing from a small brewing in one of the largest beer towns/cities in the country and how they worked thru this weird time and keep doing what they do best. It was also great to hear the wind blowing thru the mic as it made Zillcoah sound even more like a place I can wait to visit on my next trip to Asheville.
Keep up the good work John and all those you work with (even Mr. Carton who seems to know everything about everything).