Sharing stories of the past, present, and future of our beverage industry. Based out of Asheville, North Carolina.
HISTORY: Prohibition in Asheville
I talk about how Prohibition was voted for in 1907 in Asheville, and soon after, throughout the state of North Carolina. Strangely enough, Beer City USA suffered under one of the longest prohibition periods in the nation.
GUESTS: Savor Shrub Bitters
Savor Shrub Bitters is an Asheville-based producer of non-alcoholic aperitifs that can be used as mixers or on their own. I talk to business partners Karen Savage and Elliot Patterson about this new beverage endeavor.
HISTORY: Murderous Rampage led to Asheville Prohibition
HISTORY: Murderous Rampage that to Asheville Prohibition
GUESTS: Riverbend Malt House & ASR Grain: from farm to glass
In this show, I talk to both Brent Manning of Asheville's Riverbend Malt House and to Andrew White, a seventh generation North Carolina farmer who is diversifying into growing specialty barley and oats to supply the craft malt house.
GUEST: Doug Reiser of Burial Beer Co.
In this episode, I chat with Doug Reiser, co-founder of Asheville's Burial Beer. We talk about their new(wish) Forestry Camp project, how they're dealing with COVID, and do some deep diving into the past. Photo of the three founders/owners: L to R: Tim...
GUESTS: Rye Knot Brewery/Distillery
Rye Knot is a new hybrid kitchen, brewery, and distillery in the north Asheville area (as of August 2020). In this podcast, I chat with brewer/distiller Bob Byron, and his business partner, Jimi Rentz, long-time Asheville restauranteur. What's it like...