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First Aired - 02/21/2012 05:00PM Download MP3 (Full Episode)
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This week on Beer Sessions Radio (TM) investigates that one ingredient that, though oft overlooked, without which beer could not exist: water. Joined by regulars Jen Schwertman and Dave Brodrick of The Blind Tiger and along with water researcher Kai Olson-Sawyer and sustainability expert Caleb Stratton this episode investigates the water footprint it takes to run a brewery, what they're doing to become sustainable, and how and why water is so important in creating the flavor profile of a good beer. This episode is sponsored by

"Beer is probably one of those things that people don't think about in terms of water but it is the body of beer."

--Dave Brodrick on Beer Sessions Radio(TM)

"Vermont a water rich state...but even in water rich places you need to be concerned with the amount of water you draw. It can never be out of your mind. If you're doing things right, regardless of your business, it needs to be something you consider."

--Caleb Stratton on Beer Sessions Radio(TM)

"People don't realize that brewers don't make a lot of money. This is a passionate industry. You don't go into this business with [profit] in mind. These guys just want to make their beer, do it the way they want, make their customers happy and make enough of a living to keep their family going and be successful on a small scale."

--Jen Schwertman on Beer Sessions Radio(TM)

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First Aired - 05/26/2011 02:00PM Download MP3 (Full Episode)
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Michael Tevlin grew up in Lake Oswego and worked in many varied jobs before becoming interested in agriculture, including being a bus driver, delivery driver, concierge, camp counselor, and Americorps Volunteer. In 2006, he interned at Dancing Roots Farm in Troutdale and became interested in running a small farm. He traveled through Ireland volunteering on organic farms, then came back and spent some time with other Portland urban farmers getting ideas. He found the plot for Cully Neighborhood Farm in November 2009. Michael also works as an inclusion specialist for people with disabilities.

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First Aired - 05/14/2012 12:00PM Download MP3 (Full Episode)
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This week on After the Jump, Grace Bonney chats with Jason Goodman, Executive Director/Co-Founder of 3rd Ward, a multi-disciplinary workspace and education center in Brooklyn, NY. Find out what drove Jason to create a place where you can experiment, practice and polish your craft and creativity and how his artistic background helped drive his vision. Hear what makes Brooklyn such unique place and the perfect setting for a DIY space like 3rd Ward. This program was sponsored by S. Wallace Edwards & Sons.

"Brooklyn is not really about one thing. There are fashion designers, photographers, furniture makers, hackers, and more. That big mixture of people who share a similar DIY ethos makes 3rd Ward successful and Brooklyn very interesting."

"We're entering an age where lots of programing is considered basic literacy."

--Jason Goodman, Executive Director/Co-Founder of 3rd Ward on After the Jump

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