046: Ray Daniels - Cicerone Certification Program

Ray Daniels, lifelong beer educator and founder of the Cicerone Certification Program, joins the podcast to tell us all about the early days of the Cicerone Certification Program, what the levels mean, and what it takes to become a Master Cicerone (aka somebody that really knows their beer).

The Cicerone Certification Program certifies and educates beer professionals in order to elevate the beer experience for consumers.  To learn more, visit www.cicerone.org

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Publish Date: 1/29/2019




Recent Episodes

(6/15 Edit: Apparently the ending was cut out during upload with about -5 min to go)

Matt Greenberg joins the show to discuss how he and his friend Brendan DeBlois brought craft beer to the country of Nicaragua in 2013 (and where you can find their beer in the United States now). To learn more about their operation, visit www.nicacraftbeer.com.


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Publish Date: 6/15/2019


Matt Greenberg joins the show to discuss how he and his friend Brendan DeBlois brought craft beer to the country of Nicaragua in 2013 (and where you can find their beer in the United States now). To learn more about their operation, visit www.nicacraftbeer.com.


Connect with Michael:

Twitter: @michaeldmoeller

Instagram: @buildingbreweries

Facebook: @buildingbreweries

www.buildingbreweries.com

--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/building-breweries-a-beer-podcast/support

Publish Date: 6/9/2019


Matt Greenberg joins the show to discuss how he and his friend Brendan DeBlois brought craft beer to the country of Nicaragua in 2013 (and where you can find their beer in the United States now). To learn more about their operation, visit www.nicacraftbeer.com.


Want to support the podcast? Visit: https://anchor.fm/building-breweries-a-beer-podcast/support


Connect with Michael:

Twitter: @michaeldmoeller

Instagram: @buildingbreweries

Facebook: @buildingbreweries

www.buildingbreweries.com

--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/building-breweries-a-beer-podcast/support

Publish Date: 6/9/2019


Governor Hickenlooper joins the show to talk about Wynkoop Brewing, the economic impact of beer, New Belgium, and a potential 2020 presidential campaign.

This episode is sponsored by Stith Family Farms:
www.stithfamilyfarms.com

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Twitter: @michaeldmoeller
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Publish Date: 12/24/2018


Joel Shelton joins the show to share stories about the early days of Shelton Brothers Inc., Cantillon, and the future of American beer. View the Shelton Brothers Inc. distribution portfolio: www.sheltonbrothers.com/booze This episode is sponsored by Stith Family Farms: www.stithfamilyfarms.com Connect with Michael: Twitter: @michaeldmoeller Instagram: @michaeldmoeller Facebook: @buildingbreweries www.buildingbreweries.com

Publish Date: 12/18/2018


Steve Oliver of OPA Design Studio (Austin, TX) joins Michael to discuss all about brewery design, planning, building, and red tape headaches. www.designopa.com www.buildingbreweries.com E-mail Michael: michael@buildingbreweries.com

Publish Date: 12/5/2018


Ever wonder what goes into a beer festival? Derek Selznick of the Kentucky Guild of Brewers breaks it down for us when discussing the plans behind Kentucky Craft Bash 2018. www.kycraftbash.com Interested in other great independent beer podcasts? Check out the Hopped Up Network: www.hoppedupnetwork.com Facebook: Building Breweries Twitter: MoellerMD IG: BuildingBreweries

Publish Date: 4/23/2018


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