This week on the podcast, the team overcome some recording difficulties to bring you the news of the week including the latest on tap contracts and the best and worst of can label designs.
This week on the podcast we chat with Peter Meddings who is stepping back from his job at Bintani – a company that he founded 25 years ago.
Industry pioneer Peter Meddings has announced he will be stepping back from his operational role at Bintani
Bentspoke’s Richard Watkins and Balter’s Scott Hargrave join Matt for a special edition of the Radio Brews News podcast to discuss creative new beer styles and their impact on perceptions of classic styles.
In a supplier update to the industry, Bintani, Cryer Malt, East Coast Canning and Hop Products Australia show resilience in the face of the challenges of COVID-19.
Fermentis, in association with Bintani, is inviting brewers to the first Fermentis Academy Australia on 10th December in Melbourne to share the latest in yeast technology and research.
Virgil Gamache Farms is a leading hop grower in Toppenish in the Yakima Valley 1990’s when a chance discovery of some ‘wild’ hops saw the introduction of Amarillo hops to the beer world.
Eric Desmarais takes us through CLS farms’ history and his family’s connection to the land as well as the ways in which they have made the business more sustainable as both a farm and as an employer through a progressive agronomic approach, cutting-edge harvesting facilities and processing hops.
As part of the 2019 northern hemisphere hop harvest, Matt and Pete went with Bintani to the US to make their final selections from the autumn crops. While there they made a visit to the Portland HQ of Indi Hops.
In this episode we chat with Ruth Leary, regional sales manager for Fermentis. We chat about her career and experiences joining a very male-dominated industry in the early 2000s