Multi-award winning podcast, Fermentation Beer & Brewing Radio, will be throwing the spotlight on sustainability throughout November with three episodes exploring some of the main challenges and showcasing some of the great work going on within the brewing industry.
The magazine-style podcast, which began in January 2016, is produced and presented by the current British Guild of Beer Writers Beer Writer of the Year, Emma Inch. This series on sustainability is sponsored by BrewBroker, the online platform that’s working to connect all parts of the brewing industry.
Emma Inch said:
‘It’s hard to switch on the TV or read a newspaper nowadays without hearing about the importance of acting more sustainably. There are some very real challenges facing the brewing industry in this regard, but there are also some imaginative and impactful solutions being developed. It’s been great to partner up with BrewBroker to highlight some of these including beer made from faba beans, beer brewed on a vertical farm, and man who’s fulfilled his dream of creating a fully-sustainable brewery.’
The sustainability episodes will feature interviews with Barney’s Beer, BrewBroker and Lab Culture, a tour of Good Things Brewing, and a panel discussion on sustainability recorded live at CAMRA’s Cambridge Beer Festival featuring Colin Johnston (Crisp Malting) and Fergus Fitzgerald (Adnams). There will also be tastings of collaboration beers brewed by Toast, Fourpure and Stroud Brewery, guided by the show’s resident beer sommelier, Jane Peyton.
A new episode of Fermentation Beer & Brewing Radio is released every other Thursday and is freely available to listen to via Apple Podcasts, Spotify or the links on the show’s website. The first episode in the sustainability series is already available, with the next two being released on the 14th and 28th of this month.
If you would like to find out more or enquire about sponsoring Fermentation Beer & Brewing Radio, please contact: Emma Inch at email@example.com or via the website www.fermentationradio.com or follow on Twitter @fermentradio.