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In this episode, Dan, Deb, and Scott discuss New Glarus' brand-new splash series. Splash Watermelon is shipping to distributors the week of June 10th and will show up all around Wisconsin shortly after that. Splash Watermelon is an exceptionally light, fruited malt beverage clocking in at 4% ABV, 6.5 grams of carbs, and around 100 calories. Cheers!…
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Imperial Radler shipped to distributors the week of April 29th and should be showing up on shelves around Wisconsin! In this episode, Dan and Scott discuss New Glarus Thumbprint Imperial Radler - a new brand in the thumbprint series. Coming in at 8.5% ABV, Imperial Radler is a truly unique take that turns the style on its head. Cheers!…
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In this episode, Brewmaster Dan Carey invited retired brewing scientist and microbiologist Greg Casey on the podcast to discuss all things lager beer. Greg Casey has a PhD in Applied Microbiology & Food Science from the University of Saskatchewan and worked for Anheuser-Busch (1987-1991), Red Star Yeast and Products (1991-1992), The Stroh Brewery C…
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Jason Schultz is a member of the New Glarus Projects Team and works to find efficiencies within the factory and also has his eye on sustainability. Jason also works with Only in Wisconsin Giving, focusing on non-profits dealing with keeping the elderly in their homes, conserving the Ice Age Trail, and land conservation. Cheers!…
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In this episode, Dan and Scott discuss R&D Bourbon Barrel Scotch Ale (Aged in Jack Daniels barrels which we know is technically a Tennessee Whiskey) and Dan's recent trip to judge a beer competition in England and also Belgium where he visited Westvleteren and observed the crewing process at Cantillon. Cheers!…
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In this episode, Dan and Scott crack a Kid Kölsch and talk about the history of the style, how this beer was named, and everything else Kölsch. They also get into the complete update and overhaul in New Glarus' fermentation cellars at its Hilltop Brewery! Cheers!저자 Dan Carey and Scott May
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In this episode, Scott sits down with Chuck Bigler, owner of Puempel's Olde Tavern in New Glarus. Puempel's has been a continuously operating tavern in New Glarus since the late 1800s and Chuck is a fount of knowledge about all things New Glarus. The tavern has a rich history which Chuck will proudly tell you about if you stop in for a beer. Cheers…
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In this episode, Dan and Scott talk about the importance of glassware to beer, why the shaker pint is everywhere, and the irksome nature of seeing his beer in the glass of the large brewers. They also talk about Dan's time in Chicago at the Siebel Institute. Cheers!저자 Dan Carey and Scott May
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In this episode, Dan and Scott discuss Uff-Da Bock. Uff-da was New Glarus' second beer released and it's recipe dates back to the very beginnings of Dan's brewing career. Uff-da also holds a special place in Dan's brewing journey as it is a beer that found its way into the hands of beer writer Michael Jackson and is partly responsible for Dan landi…
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In this episode, Scott talks with Emily Bunting. Emily has been with New Glarus for 24 years and works in admin and compliance. Emily and Scott talk about everything it takes to run a brewery that isn't the actual brewing of the beer. From administering benefits and the ESOP to making sure state and federal taxes are paid and accurate, Emily has a …
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In this episode, Dan and Deb sit down with Scott and discuss all things from the beginning of New Glarus Brewing and what their 30th year in business was like. They talk finding those first accounts, propagating yeast in their home kitchen, and working insane hours while rising two small children. They also go over all the new and returning beers t…
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In this episode, Dan and Scott discuss everything Moon Man, New Glarus' groundbreaking and stalwart "No Coast" pale ale. In the years that followed there would be plenty of session IPAs on the market, but when Dan released Moon Man in 2009 there really wasn't a road map to follow.. Taking inspiration from the West Coast, Dan created what would beco…
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In this episode Dan and Scott Discuss Dan's confounding sour brown ale, Enigma. Enigma only comes around every so often and can be a mysterious flavor to parse but Dan breaks down this iconic sour ale. Enigma should be showing up at retailers around the state starting the week of 8/14/23. Use the New Glarus beer finder to locate your closest retail…
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In this episode Dan and Scott talk the latest R&D Release Champ Du Blanc. Champ Du Blanc is a spontaneously fermented golden ale that is aged on New Galrus' own grapes, along with grapes from both Wisconsin and New York. They also talk about the Great Taste of the Midwest, one of America's premier beer festivals! Cheers!…
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In this episode, Dan, Scott, and Dennis talk about how New Glarus puts together the yearly brand calendar. They talk the beer vote, how beers become year-round, and why some beers do better as seasonals. They also dive into why Octoberfests show up earlier than you might think. Cheers!저자 Dan Carey and Scott May
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In this episode, Scott and Dan discuss Dan's recent trip to the Czech Republic, Austria, and Belgium. Dan goes into visiting the Czech Republic in the 80s when it was behind the Iron Curtain, what he's looking for when he audits a European malt house, and he went to Belgium on a learning tour through lambic producers and a Trappist brewery. Cheers!…
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