Author Topic: A Q&A With The Father Of Homebrewing And Craft Beer Pioneer, Charlie Papazian  (Read 590 times)

Offline brewstudno1

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Cheers all! I'm the editor for the Brew Studs blog. One of my writers got an exclusive with Charlie recently in which he gave some candid answers about brewing, being a beer entrepreneur and the current state/future of craft beer. Thought you all might enjoy: http://www.wearebrewstuds.com/features/craft-beer-homebrew-interview-charlie-papazian-pioneer/

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That was a good read first thing in the morning.
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Good article. Thanks for posting !
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Fun read, thanks for posting
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He is as nice in person as you might expect him to be based on his interviews and writings.  Good article and subject.
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I have been reading (studying) his Complete Joy of Homebrewing closely. Cool to see this interview. Thanks for posting.
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