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Lindsay Steen, co-founder of Wild East Brewing along with Tyler March, and Brett Taylor, describes how the brewery managed to start up during the pandemic and the surprising twists and turns that brought the business to where it is today. Wild East is based in Brooklyn, New York.
The Beer Idiots talked to Emilien Watelet, one of the organisers of Namur Capitale de la Bière, as part of Namur Events.
Ehren Schmidt of Insight Cellars and Copenhagen Commons describes how he went from head brewer of Mikkeller's Baghaven operation to strike out on his own. With his wife and a colleague they have created an impressive portfolio of wild ales in their first year under their own banner.
Jocelyn Chazel, co-founder with Mathilde Relet of Brasserie Effet Papillon, Mérignac, France, talks about starting the brewery in 2017 and brings us up to date on the craft scene in the Bordeaux region.
Paul Davies provides us with a first-hand account of the pomp, glory and tradition of Belgian Beer Weekend.
Niccolò Querci, a beer sommelier, has written a comprehensive and contemporary guide of the brewers and bars in Brussels: 'Brussels: the Beer Capital'.
Tipsy Tribe in Koekelberg, Brussels combines a craft brewery with distilling, making it a first in the city says owners Daniel and Aylin Fastenau. They...
Paul Davies of AleHunters, and the UK ambassador for the Beer Idiot's Belgium Beer Week, writes about a trip through Belgium's Wallonia, and visits to some of the region's brewers and bars.
John Brauer, Director of the European Brewery Convention (EBC), talks about the state of the European beer sector at the Brewers Forum 2023 in Prague.
At the Eylenbosch family farm in Huizingen, Senne Eylenbosch is blending geuzes that in two years have become a cult favourite among the lambic...