1. Brewing TV makes a long-awaited and anticipated (by us.... by you, too?) road trip to visit New Glarus Brewing Company. Well-known for their beers and packaging, we talk with Dan and Deb Carey about NGBC's mission and beer philosophy. Hop on a Spotted Cow and come with us. [Original postdate: September 9, 2010]

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  2. Brewer Matt Hall explains the process behind creating some of the unique flavors at Yards Brewing Company on Delaware Avenue.

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  3. Like kids to a candy store, Brewing TV finally makes the pilgrimage to the World of Dogfish Head, its mothership brewery in Milton, DE and the O.G. brewpub in Rehoboth Beach. Join BTV as we learn about Dogfish Head's homebrew-scale Small Batch Brewing program and see how the ideas behind small-batch experimental brewing influence the brewery's large-scale commercial releases. Off-Centered brew for all!

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    Episode Music by AbbOriginal:
    soundcloud.com/abboriginal

    Jake's Full Conversation with Sam Calagione:
    brewingtv.com/extras/2012/5/25/jakes-conversation-with-sam-calagione.html

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  4. An in-depth look at the people behind Michigan craft beer, the culture surrounding it, and why Michigan brews the best beer in the world.

    Winner of "Best Documentary" at UofM's Lightworks Film Festival Fall 2011

    http://beerpeople.alan-torres.com

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  5. For most of the 20th century, beer was dominated by large-scale breweries like Anheuser-Busch, Miller and Coors. By the early 80's, through industry consolidation there were little more than 100 breweries left in the US. The result was an entirely American style of beer, one that had been diluted, homogenized and mass produced. In this environment, American beer lovers seeking quality and variety began brewing their own with a few intrepid pioneers eventually going commercial. With this, a new movement in American brewing began, one of smaller producers focusing on quality over quantity. This is a story of Craft Beer.

    Credits:

    Production:
    Steve Kaye
    Andrew Kent
    Chris MacDougall
    Katie O'Brien
    Matt Schleicher
    Phil Schulz
    Jeremy Williams

    City Beer Store:
    Beth & Craig Wathen

    Homebrewer:
    Nathan Oyler

    Lagunitas Brewing Company:
    Ron Lindenbusch

    Southern Pacific Brewing:
    Andy French

    Zeitgeist:
    Robin Biles
    Todd Thumm

    Music:
    Broken Cities

    Statistics:
    Brewers Association

    Special Thanks:
    Rush Jones
    Chris Lawrence
    Tony Magee
    Matt O'Donnell
    Mareike Pittman
    Chris Wachter

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