Sep 16, 2021
The first four episodes of the season were really focused on the breweries involved, and now that we're sitting down with our Link Up Co-Founders, we can finally go deep on what the program is truly about. 5e Baron's Jacob Barrette and Danielle Duchesne joined Tiff and Cee to chat about the genesis of LinkUp and the problem they're trying to fix, why this cause is so important to 5e, the response to Link Up to date, how the actual program works and how BIPOC applicants can get involved. If you've been wanting to learn more about the program itself, you'll enjoy this one - 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.