Inside Red Brick, the Oldest Brewery in Atlanta
Being the oldest brewery in the Atlanta, Red Brick has been brewing beer since 1993. During our time there we follow two brewers, Garrett Lockhart and Steve Anderson, to learn about their paths to becoming brewers and what makes their beer unique.
Flavours of Brooklyn: Bed Stuy
Sam Mason (OddFellows Ice Cream) sinks his teeth into the best of Bed Stuy—a borough where flavours are infused with local history and Hilary Clinton once danced at a ‘70s supper club.
The Freeze-Dried Craft Beer of the Future: To Øl
We meet the owners of Copenhagen brewery To Øl (‘two beers’) and join them at the opening of their new brewpub and restaurant, Brus.
Bellwoods Brewery owners Luke Pestl and Mike Clark show us how they manage to make beer in their small brewery, pub, and retail store in downtown Toronto.
TRVE Brewing Company
There are many breweries in Colorado, but only one craft brewery made for and by metalheads: TRVE Brewing Company.
Preparing for Squashtober Season in Newburgh
In June 2012, Chris Basso and Paul Halayko decided to transform a 5,00 square foot old 1860 factory in Newburgh, NY.
We meet Jean Broillet, who runs Tired Hands Brewing Company out of Ardmore, Pennsylvania, and “gets a kick out of throwing weird shit into the kettle.”
Sam Calagione, one the forefathers of the craft beer revolution, invites us to his Delaware brewery Dogfish Head to check out their headquarters.
In the inaugural episode of our new series Craftwerk, meet Steve Hindy and Garrett Oliver, the duo behind Brooklyn Brewery.