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It’s Just A Frightening Aroma
Master Brewer Lee Chase was just employee No. 4 at Stone Brewing and since then has gone on to open, with his partners, Blind Lady Ale House, Tiger! Tiger!, Panama 66 and Automatic Brewing.
In studio with Becky With the Good Hair
Jill Davidson, San Diego Brewers Guild president emeritus and senior sales and brand dev Jill Davidson, San Diego Brewers Guild president emeritus and senior sales and brand development manager for Pizza Port, talks about the growth of the beer industry in San Diego, working with the Baja Brewers Guild and Mexicali Brewers Guild and what went into the collaboration beer that gives a nod to Beyoncé.
Why Can’t We Be Friends
Chef Mike Arquines has his hands in a lot of projects. With more than 300 worldwide collaborations in the past five years, you’d be hard pressed to find someone who has worked on more in the San Diego area.
Stuff Happens When You Party Naked
With hands in projects including Mason Ale Works, The Barrel Room, Urge Gastropub, and so many more, Grant Tondro and 3 Local Brothers are trailblazing through Rancho Bernardo and North County San Diego.
As a Mexican American growing up in Southern California, Erick Castro points to the fruits and other fresh produce from his childhood as the perfect catalyst to propel him into the bartending scene later in life. Along with the fresh, inventive cocktails he creates, Castro is a partner in North Park hot spot Polite Provisions, as well as a documentarian with the film Bartender at Large.
Before craft beer was a big thing in San Diego there was coffee. Small roasteries, including Pannikin and Café Moto, have grown into modernized coffee powerhouses. The Café Moto roaster in Barrio Logan is completely solarized and produces about 3,000 pounds per day. Plus, a lesson in fare trade coffee and what the future of coffee in San Diego looks like.
Colby Chandler, Ballast Point V.P. & Specialty Brewer Pt. I
We’re starting off this podcast right with a special two-parter. In the inaugural episode of Kiss My Glass, host Edwin Real (Eating and Drinking in San Diego Facebook Group) sits down with Colby Chandler (V.P. and Specialty Brewer at Ballast Point) and discuses how the early days of frat house brewing became one of the biggest names in beer, Colby’s favorite spots to grab a pint, what makes a bad beer and they address the elephant in the room: what it’s like to sell a local craft company...
Coming Soon: Kiss My Glass
Announcing Kiss My Glass, a monthly podcast serving up the latest news, trends and events relating to everything from cocktails and craft beer, to cold brew and urban wine around San Diego. Look for new episodes on the 4th Monday of every month. Cheers!