Last week, I had the wonderful opportunity to sit down for a lively chat with beer writer Bryan J. Roth for the Good Beer Hunting Podcast. We met up in the strange little corner of southern Virginia that is Danville, a town that may have a fascinating future in craft beer (Stay tuned, Bryan is working on what sounds like a REALLY cool story). Our conversation started with some of the topics I address in the chapter I contributed to Untapped a collection of academic essays about the intersection of craft beer and culture, but our conversation strays into far-flung corners of the craft beer world–baking, homebrew, architecture, resilient communities, and boobs on cans.
Good Beer Hunting “is a critical, creative, and curious voice in the world of beer.” They write about and partner with breweries reach the very admirable goal of creating a better future for the craft. Episode 127 of the Good Beer Hunting Podcast is available for download on the GBH website and iTunes.