I'm on a train. I'm on a mutha cussin train... heading to New York City where the film 'Beer Wars' will be screened as part of NYC Food & Film fest tonight. I'm looking forward to seeing Anat, who made the film.
I was up in NYC working on our Bitches Brew project today. Got to hang with Miles' nephew Vince and DJ Logic at the studio where they are working on remixes of a few of the songs from the album. Both awesome guys.
On Monday we had a meeting on the site of the new Eataly in New York City. Mike from JVNW - the folks who are building our 3.5 bbl brewhouse and 7 bbl unitanks - came in from the west coast.
Yesterday, In headed up to Philadelphia to meet up with Colonial brewing expert Rich Wagner. He and I brewed a spruce and molasses beer together on his traditional period brewing equipment. We had a blast!
Here's a photo of The Gate - the killer beer bar in Brooklyn that has been turning locals on to craft beer for a decade and a half run by our pal Bobby.
Lots going on at Dogfish these days. We have been working with Sierra Nevada and Bobby Flay on the menu for the East Coast Beer Dinner premier of our collaborative Life & Limb and Limb & Life beers set for Bobby’s Bar
I had a great lunch at our Rehoboth pub yesterday with Bill Covaleski from Victory Brewery. I was glad to hear how much Victory is growing and to catch up with an old friend – Bill is one of the true gentleman-philosopher-brewers of our industry.
I'm getting pumped for a New England events/vacation roadtrip at the end of this week. Mariah, Sammy, Grier and I will be heading north in the family truckster this Friday. Trip highlights include hanging
Hope some folks within a short drive to the De beaches can make it out for our Namaste release party at our Rehoboth pub today at 5 pm sharp - Bryan Selders and I will be talking about this beer that we
The American Homebrewer's Association annual conference in Oakland this past week was a huge success and a whole lot of fun. Highlights for me included a bus trip with 50 homebrewers where we visited