Drinking Beer with Steve Haumschild from Lanikai Brewing
In today's episode I'm drinking beers with Steve Haumschild from Lanikai Brewing. Located in Kailua, Hawaii, Lanikai Brewing has a great location and great tasting beers. Listen as Steve discusses the many hats he wears including working to support local breweries, farms, sustainable practices and continues to grow Lanikai Brewing throughout the state.
Ep. 53 - I brew beer from volcanoes, and I'm bringing them to Australia! Hawaiian Wild Ales with Lanikai Brewing's Steve Haumschild,
The Beer Healer interviews
The energiser bunny of the Hawaiian brewing scene is back with more weird and wacky ideas on how to make beer from his natural surroundings. Yep, forests, volcanoes and the edge of the earth...nothing stops Steve in his search for amazing ingredients for his beers.In this episode he talks about: Brewing beer with strawberries foraged from the side of an active volcano; How he successfully cultivated yeast from the edge of the atmosphere to produce a beer to celebrate NASA's 50th anniversary Tips for home brewers who want to start their journey into creating wild ales; and And how he is bringing his Hawaiian Wild Ales to Australia this week!A great chat with someone who is truly pushing the boundaries in craft brewing!
James is back in Kailua, Hawaii (again) so he dropped by Lanikai Brewing to talk with founder and head brewer Steve Haumschild about the intricacies of using truly wild yeast (like from space), bio-prospecting, and "Hawaiian Solutions to Hawaiian Problems."Like what we're doing? Why not check out our Patreon. https://www.patreon.com/goodbrewsbadviewsOpening theme: Higgins Waterproof Black Magic Band - Don't Eat the Snow in Hawaii
Ep. 18 - Making beer with Space Yeast and other beer experiments - Steve Haumschild from Lanikai Brewing in Hawaii
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Steve Haumschild from Lanikai Brewing in Hawaii is a very inquisitive man with a real passion for his local environment. His island inspired beers are made with all sorts of fruits, flowers, nuts and yeasts hand foraged from the islands of Hawaii. The results are amazing, but this passionate brewer wants to push thing just that little bit further.It's here that NASA enters the picture, thanks to a chance meeting at a beer dinner, and after a few beers a plan was hatched to capture yeast from the edge of space...70,000ft in the air! In this episode he explains how he is making the space yeast project a reality.We also talk about the wild yeasts he is collecting from volcanoes, forests and fields from all over Hawaii, how 98% of beer sold in Hawaii is made off the island, and hiscollaborations with brewers in the Pacific North West. Steve also talks about some potential plans to export into Australia, something that should please listeners in my home country.Steve is a talented brewer and a great story teller, so sit back, relax and have a listen!https://www.lanikaibrewing.com https://www.facebook.com/BeerHealer
Our hosts review how you get worms and rock scrambling with a toddler on your back while checking out Mark’s favorite brewery stop in Hawaii, Lanikai Brewing Company! Additional Info Mauka to Makai Limited Series was released on December 19. Forever Summer is our Passion Fruit Orange Guava Berliner Weisse and Mahina is our bourbon barrel aged barleywine. They are actually the first packaged sour and barrel aged beers out of Hawaii! The next in the series will be later this month which will be a Chocolate Haupia Imperial Stout called Okole Maluna. Lanikai Brewing Company 175-C Hamakua Drive Kailua,HI 96734 http://www.lanikaibrewing.com Founded in 2014 by four guys (Steve Haumschild, Brandon Cody, Dano Frerich & Al Darling) Lanikai’s mission is to produce the best beers with the ingredients of the Pacific. Beer #1: Pillbox Porter Style: Porter ABV: 6.5% IBU: 45 Flavor Text: “This brew uses a special blend of Hawaiian and Tahitian vanilla, offset by notes of chocolate, caramel & roasted barley malt. A thinner body compliments the island climate and we add just enough hops to cut through the vanilla.” Ratings: Mark: Growler Kevin: Growler Justin: Keg Beer #2: Rubbah Slippah Style: Sour ABV: 6.2% IBU: 20 Flavor Text: “Double dry hopped yuzu sour. Bright, acidic, dank hop aroma.” Ratings: Mark: Growler Kevin: Bomber Justin: Growler Beer #3: Moku Imperial IPA Style: IIPA ABV: 8.1% IBU: 75 Our Thoughts: “Pikake botanicals bring a floral aroma and slight bitterness to our signature IPA, complimented by select hops with notes of citrus, pineapple, and mango. A solid malt backbone adds a final touch of sweetness.“ Ratings: Mark: Pint Kevin: Pint Justin: Tasting The post Episode 17: Lanikai Brewing Company appeared first on Beertastic Voyage Podcast.
Episode 103 - Steve Haumschild, Angel Investor and CEO and Founder at Lanikai Brewing Company
The Startup Catalyst
Adventureman, investor, and master brewer; Steve Haumschild shares his experiences in life and business. From living in a tent in the woods to working on a volcano in Hawaii, to launching a successful brewery; we cover it all! This is a fun episode where we enjoy some Moku imperial IPA (listen to learn what its original name was going to be), and chat startups, adventures, and life journeys.--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/startup-catalyst-podcast/support