We switch gears and discuss Kombucha brewing which is a part of Upland Brewery’s operation. Additionally, we talk about the challenges of a production brewery switching gears to a 7 barrel system.
Upland’s new Tap room opened on August 1st. If you are in the area, be sure to check it out!
Colter Wilson joins us to talk brewing in a Tea Urn,Other Homebrewing DIY, Rasberry Pi brewing setups, and his new podcast that covers these topics and more! After you listen to this episode, check out his feed!
We have a little fun with a couple of triangle tests. We start with Oktoberfest, and then try two coffee stouts. What are your favorite beers to do triangle tests with?
Suns out Guns Out! Jason thinks sleeveless is a game changer for the audio format. Bob Mack discusses the role of distributors in craft beer and shares his ideas for beer education that can improve your experience at the local bar or brewery a few minutes at a time.
This episode has layers – layers of flavor. Join us as we discuss the beautiful and complex flavors that occur when you age beer on fruit. We discuss how blending helps to overcome the variability of mixed culture beer and the logistics of processing large quantities of fruit in a brewery.
We drink a bit of Indiana History with Pete and Patrick of Upland Brewing Co. Pete and Patrick share how they decide what to brew, and it often includes inspiration from employees and brewers, who all have access to their 5 gallon pilot system.
Masks in the grain room is just part of the plan for Great Fermentations master plan to help their customers brew the beer they want to brew.
We do a weird thing – Jason interviews me and we share an amazing Barley Wine and talk about brewing with the new Anvil Foundry.
My wife Kellye debuts on a sparge in Jason’s absence and we talk about my new Anvil Foundry Brewing System over some delicious beer in the Daredevil Taproom in Speedway.
John Blichmann, President and Founder of Blichmann Engineering shares some amazing home brew with us, talks about how crummy carboys inspired him to create better equipment, and gives some great advice on how to bottle your beer with the Blichmann BeerGun.