Building Breweries is on location in Bloomington, Indiana - where Michael is touring and tasting beers at Upland Brewing Co. talking about sour ales and Parks & Recreation with Upland's President, Doug Dayhoff.
So, Great Flood Brewing Co. (Louisville, KY) is expanding. By kind of a lot. Listen as owners Matt Fuller and Vince Cain discuss their experience gained from opening up small taproom in their early twenties to a opening a canning facility in only 2.5 years. This new brewery is coming soon and you will like it. Not heard: Zach Barnes (he was hard at work cleaning the old taproom)
A microbrewery in the middle of nowhere, Phil Young describes to Michael how Hill Farmstead Brewery (Greensboro, VT) has managed to become known as a mecca for the beer nerd community in only six years after receiving Ratebeer.com's World's Best Beer Award.
Michael spoke with Lindsey Roeper, Dream Facilitator of Rivertown Brewery (Cincinnati, OH), about Sours, wholesalling, liquor laws, and much more. Michael is still somewhat awkward in these episodes but he feels like the audio has gotten better. If you agree or disagree, be sure to subscribe to The Building Breweries Podcast on iTunes and rate/review!
Dan Carey, co-founder and Brewmaster of New Glarus Brewing Co. (Wisconsin) shares with us the history and culture of New Glarus, in addition to his opinions on some of the current business models of the beverage industry.
In Episode 2 of Building Breweries, Michael speaks with Bryant Goulding, Founder and VP of Rhinegeist (Cincinnati), about "The Ghost of the Rhine." Better audio, but we are still working on this podcasting thing so we appreciate your patience!