Mar 3, 2022
The sixth and final episode from Link Up Series 2 is with a brewery that we had in mind from the very beginning - the first brewery in Canada on a First Nations reservation, the Indigenous-owned Kahnawake Brewing! Co-Founder Drew Stevens joined Tiff and Cee to crush the first crispy to be released through Link Up, a gorgeous 5.5% pomegranate Pilsner. They chatted about the help that Drew and his team gave Link Up from the beginning, how they're working with their community to keep their taproom reflective of the world around them, and the importance of diverse ownership. We'll be back with more Link Up episodes in late Spring, cheers!
About the Link Up season:
We're back with a brand new season of BAOS Podcast, and this one is something very special and very close to us. We'll be focusing this entire season on Link Up, a non-profit started by the good folks behind Microbrasserie 5e Baron in Aylmer, QC and Tiffany and Cee here at BAOS and High Season Co. Our aim with this program is to help BIPOC from underrepresented communities learn about and enter the craft beer industry in essentially any area they wish - from a brewing apprentice to taking the Cicerone course for front-of-house opportunities, from hop farming to the yeast lab, from beer media to design and photography, we're here to help diversify an industry that is in dire need of it.
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