I guess I was interviewed on Ask A Scientist Podcast. It’s a really cool science podcast for kids and their parents – but I think I was there mostly for the parents.
There’s a story about me and my DaeGee collab in Westword!
My time at Tivoli Brewing Company has come to a close. It’s unfortunate that my end at the brewery is due to the COVID19 pandemic. Without the ability to generate income from the taproom, the brewery became reliant on an income stream devastated by the aluminum can shortage that is hitting the entire nation. I […]
It’s winter. Does anyone actually make a black mead, or a black braggot and then add spices? I have no idea – I suppose a cursory internet search could tell me, but I’m lazy. It’s winter after all. Maybe I’ll go for broke with a braggot. A black spiced braggot. 300 °L belgiann candy sugar […]
Looks like I’m giving another talk on kveik yeast with Matthew Peetz from Propagate Lab. I guess if people care, they can sign up at the Colorado Brewers Guild website to watch the virtual presentation on Zoom. Whoop whoop.
So I guess I’m now the director for the entire brewery. I’m not going to complain – it’s a great gig. I enjoy my job immensely, despite the constant duress. That being said, it’s also strange to be working in craft beer when the pandemic and the world is in a state of uncertainty beyond […]
Building up a beer recipe from scratch is always a challenge. It can be as terrifying as it can be fun – especially when your neck is on the line. And so it is with a recipe I’ve committed to building for a collaboration partner for our brewery. It’s a potential mainstay beer at our […]
I had a chance to get away and try to take my mind off the chaos of my life: fishing the Yampa and repping Tivoli!
Describing a beer as bittersweet is always a little odd for some, and I can understand why that might be the case. Beer, as a beverage, is replete with words like “malty,” or “full-bodied,” and “rich.” Beer as a beverage doesn’t revel in terms like “sweet,” as most sugars are being fermented out of the […]
It’s safe to say that, given the relative constant of beer in my career choices, I have a meaningful attachment to beer. That’s not to say that I’m a crazy alcoholic (that period of my life known as “graduate school” has come and gone), but that I have spent a long time thinking about beer […]