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A Beer Geek’s Brewery Tour

In this episode, Mike Gerhart, Brewmaster for Otter Creek Brewery and Wolaver’s Organic Ales takes us on a “Beer Geek’s Brewery Tour”.  This is not your typical “dumbed-down” brewery tour, so you won’t hear anyone explain what a mash tun is in this video.  While not a super technical look, Mike shows us what it really takes to operate a moderate size brewery.  We walked away filled with new found knowledge of the process and hope you are able to do the same.

For more about Mike Gerhart, Otter Creek Brewery and Wolaver’s Organic Ales checkout our other video “Otter Creek Brewery – Interview with New Brewmaster Mike Gerhart”. You can also visit them in Middlebury, Vermont.  Of course, if you are making the trip up be sure to stay with us at Forty Putney Road B&B, the perfect spot to share a pint and relax from your trip.

10 thoughts on “A Beer Geek’s Brewery Tour”

  1. Nice to see that you showed off a brewery that’s making some environmentally conscious decisions in the process. Cheers.

  2. Definitely the best brewery tour I’ve been on. It’s nice to get past the “tourist” tour. Although, now my head is spinning. I’m still trying to get a grip on my new all-grain homebrew set-up :)

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