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Sean Jewett of East Nashville Beer Works is this week’s guest on The Brewer’s Life Podcast. Sean is Head Brewer and Driver of the Winnebago at East Nashville Beer Works. They opened their brewery doors to the public August of 2016, and have been absolutely crushing it ever since.
Sean has worked a number of interesting jobs prior to the brewery including: a craft beer bar, a distillery, apprenticing at Cool Springs Brewery under Derrick Morse of Mantra Artisan Ales, and at Honkey Tonk Brewing. Sean is an incredibly passionate brewer with so much love for the craft, and this episode really reflects it.
- 15 BBL Brewhouse
- Distributing through Bounty Bev
- Brewing Techniques
- The Story of Miro Miel
- Seeking Investors
- Branding – Jay Arnold Creative
- Choosing a brewery location off the beaten path
- Purchasing a brewing system through Eclectic Ales
- Smoking your own malt
- The Story of Old Hickory
- Crafting beer for an American palette
- Amylo 300
- Being a family friendly brewery
- Cleaning your draft lines
- Knowing when to replace a draft line
- Starting a Mug Club
- Marketing your brewery
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