Episode 55 - Hitting the Books with Cellador

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On this week's episode, we correct things we got wrong, sit down and look at some different responses to the whole beer name and respect issue, talk about how an early San Francisco craft brewer is coming back and why their move feels similar to Widmer's recent moves and explore the idea of Black Friday Counter Programming the Goose Island Bourbon County Frenzy. We stop by the library to get Drew's recommendations on books for brewers and why Denny doesn't have time to read anymore. In the brewery, Drew talks about a stubborn brewery imperfection that he's got to solve and Lallemand's new dried "New England IPA" yeast. Then we sit down in the lounge with Kevin Osborne of Cellador Ales to talk about running a fermentorium, his giant next door neighbor, how he looks to build sour flavors and hold onto house cultures.

And then of course we answer some questions and Denny goes back to basics before Drew leaves you a new podcast exploring old crime.

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Episode Contents:

00:00:00 Opening & Our Sponsors

00:03:31 Announcements & Corrections

00:11:34 The Pub

00:29:16 The Library - Xmas Brew Books

00:37:19 The Brewery - Drew's Stubborn Problem & Dried New England Yeast

00:46:21 The Lounge - Kevin Osborne of Cellador Ales

01:40:36 Q&A

01:55:04 Quick Tip

01:57:47 Something Other Than Beer

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