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Podcast Episode 129: Kate Lee and Brian Nelson of Hardywood Park Get Dark and Spicy

The heads of brewing and quality for Hardywood Park in Richmond, Virginia, explore the challenges of brewing their flagship Gingerbread Stout, Pils, Richmond Lager, hazy IPAs, and more.

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How This Startup Is Helping Breweries to Manage To-Go and Delivery Orders—for Free.

Breweries now face the problem of managing to-go and delivery service at scale. Enter 2ndKitchen 2Go, a completely free platform built to help breweries survive the extraordinary circumstances of COVID-19.

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Recipe: Dumb Luck Dubbel

The goal isn't sweet and spicy, but rather dry, dark, and deceptively drinkable. Take a stab at this Belgian-style dubbel.

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Go Green: Brewing with Unkilned Malt

Stephen Mastroianni of Nova Scotia's unusual Horton Ridge Malt and Grain—a craft maltster and brewery—explains how green malt yields none of the typical malt flavors, opening up a whole new canvas on which to brew.

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Pick Six: Bitter(ness) Memories, with Cantillon's Jean Van Roy

From the legendary Cantillon lambic brewery in Brussels, fourth-generation brewer Jean Van Roy chooses a six-pack of beers that have influenced him over the years. They feature the bitter, the dry, and a lifelong appreciation for good old-fashioned pils.

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