I know your roots in Northeast brewing go way back. What got you started? Peter Egelston: Like most of us, I got started by drinking a whole lot of beer, back in the early seventies right through college. None of it was very good: it was a matter of quantity over quality. I was living... View Article
Full Pints - Pull Up A Stool Smuttynose and Portsmouth breweries; Portsmouth, NH January 1, 2007 - Julie Johnson
Brewing - Brewing Features - Full Pints - Live Beer March 1, 2006 - K. Florian Klemp
It all began with a beer and a question. It was late Friday afternoon and the AAB crew was winding down around the conference table. The brew was flowing, and it was soon time for Round Two. One of us raised the eternal question: which beer to sample next?
Brewing - Brewing Features - Full Pints - Live Beer March 1, 2006 - Gregg Glaser
There’s a section of the craft beer business that flies beneath the radar. Well, almost beneath. In their home markets, these breweries are well known and selling a great deal of beer—good beer. Despite that, they are still “lurking in the shadows; almost invisible,” as described by Gary Bogoff of Berkshire Brewing (South Deerfield, MA),... View Article
Full Pints - People Features July 1, 2002 - Stan Hieronymus
Dan Carey knew early on that he wanted to be a professional brewer when he grew up. He remembers family car camping trips from their San Francisco home north to Victoria, BC. They would stop at the Olympia Brewery in Tumwater, WA, an expansive lakeside red brick brewery with church-like windows. Inside, the glistening equipment,... View Article