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A Year of Beer — Bring on 2016

Instead of creating an intense listicle of the Top 38 Beers You Didn’t Know Were Good For You, I am going to be throwing down a list of sorts with some of my favorite craft beer and brewery moments from 2015. I’d also like to take this moment to publicly thank all of the breweries and people I’ve met with for being so inviting and generous. I’d also like to thank you all for stopping by to check out these blog posts and photos over the past few months.

2016 is going to be an even more exciting year for beer – it’s also going to be a fun one for the Brewery Show. We’re scheduled to produce a bunch of episodes in January at some really great breweries, and hopefully much more after that. We’re going to be joined by Niko Krommydas, who you should all know – if you know anything about beer writing, cats and stylish beards, in that order – for the next cycle of episodes, and a documentary which we’re super excited for.

Here’s one way to get the new year started! We’ve relaunched our iTunes (and Google play!) podcast feed in addition to the YouTube channel, so you can get old and new episodes any way you like. We’re also thinking of adding additional content to the podcast, including audio interviews and discussion with brewers, and a variety of stuff. Stay tuned for more on that in the coming months.

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Without further ado, here are some of my favorite photos from this year. Happy holidays from us at the Brewery Show. Cheers!

 

Aaren Simoncini of Beer'd Brewing

Aaren Simoncini of Beer’d Brewing Company standing in his brewhouse for a candid photo of beard on beer action.

 

Cantillon

There’s something so calming and peaceful about the placement of this stool at Cantillon. I can picture Jean van Roy just hanging out and doing cool things here.

 

A great lambic on an oak barrel, there’s not much more you can say about this sort of perfection.

 

Newburgh Brewery

Newburgh Brewing really has a great building to work in, and the brewhouse being so many levels deep is ideal. It has that traditional industrial appeal.

 

Olvisholt Brugghus

The fact that this is a production brewery is such an inspiring thought.

 

Hill Farmstead glassware

The best way to enjoy a fresh Hill Farmstead IPA is to have it at the source.

 

LIC Beer Project kegs

Shiny new kegs at the LIC Beer Project are a fun sight

 

Cantillon Crates

A little bit of Cantillon history sits here with these old crates, though they could also be current, you never know at Cantillon. It’s a magical place.

 

Olvisholt Lava

A very tasty smoked porter, it’s one of a kind and really worth seeking out if you ever visit Iceland.

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