Episode 117: Elusive Brewing's Andy Parker is... The Nicest Guy In Beer
Hop Forward: Getting You Ahead in the Brewing and Beer Business
On the Hop Forward Podcast this week we're joined by founder of Elusive Brewing, Andy Parker: officially 'the nicest guy in beer'. We talk about how he won a The Craft Beer Co’s National Home Brewer award competition to have his beer produced by Dark Star, which led to the brewery's conception.We also chat about their flagship West Coast IPA, Oregon Trail, as well as what advice he'd give to aspiring homebrewers in a similar position today. And we ask some honest questions about the reckoning occurring in craft beer at the moment.This Week’s Episode is Sponsored by Crisp MaltSince 1870, Crisp Malt has been producing the finest malt at Great Ryburgh in Norfolk. With 5 maltings located in the best barley growing areas in the UK, they produce a wide range of malts and non-malted cereals in 25kg sacks for craft brewers and distillers all over the world.They still work one of the last remaining floor maltings in England and use it to make their pioneering heritage malts. They also craft roasted and crystal malts of unprecedented consistency on their vertical, all electric tower roasting plant, the only one of its kind in the UK. Check out their website for more information about their range of malts and also their educational blogs and webinars too.Visit crispmalt.com to find out moreFollow Hop Forward on social mediaFacebook | Twitter | Instagram | LinkedInFind out what we can do for your brewery and businessHop over to www.hopforward.beer to discover more
CMS | Highlight - Interview with UFO's Andy Parker - 5/30/09
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The Road To 1 Million Through Copywriting With Brand & Conversion Copywriter Andy Parker
The How-to Entrepreneur
Whether it's your product page, an ad, or email campaigning your seeing, reading and digesting copy. Copy is KING when it comes to selling not only your product but your brand's story as well as providing the information necessary to excite someone about purchasing your product before they even know what it is! Andy is a subject matter expert with 22 years of experience doing just that! Leave Some Feedback: Who should we have on the show next? Please let us know in the comments below Did you enjoy the episode? If so, please leave a short review. Connect with Us: TheHowtoEntrepreneur.com Instagram Twitter LinkedIn
The Bubble 16 – Homebrewing (with Elusive Brewing's Andy Parker)
You’re listening to the bubble, the podcast turning beer inside out. This week Jonny heads down to Elusive Brewing, a microbrewery in Woking, England to meet founder Andy Parker. Andy is a bit of a celebrity in the homebrewing world, having written books on the topic and inspired hundreds more beer geeks to take up the mash paddle. After winning £5,000 in a homebrew competition, though, he decided to found a commercial brewery and bring his enthusiasm for experimentation and a wide variety of styles to the public. We talk to him about that journey, but also get his tips and thoughts on one of the most involved, expensive and exciting hobbies in the world.Brought to you by the team behind the Craft Beer Channel, The Bubble takes an irreverent look at beer from the outside, inviting new people to give us their perspective on the world we're all obsessed with. You’re listening to the bubble, the podcast turning beer inside out.SUPPORT US!Pledge on Patreon and get some cool merch & videos: https://www.patreon.com/craftbeerchannelCheck out our sponsor Beer Merchants and support the show via Patreon!Twitter – @beerchannelFacebook – http://www.facebook.com/thecraftbeerchannelInstagram – @craftbeerchannelRemember to drink responsibly(ish) and not be that guy...Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/craftbeerchannel)Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/craftbeerchannel)
On this double shot, Eddie brings you TWO massive interviews! First, Slipknot/Stone Sour frontman Corey Taylor calls in to discuss his new solo album, almost singing for Anthrax and Velvet Revolver, recent charity work, and more! Then, UFO founding member/drummer Andy Parker remembers late guitarist Paul "Tonka" Chapman, who passed away on June 9, 2020.
Episode 268 - Andy Parker, Avery Brewing (COVID-19 Quarantine Edition)
Steal This Beer
Episode 268 - Andy Parker, Avery Brewing (COVID-19 Quarantine Edition) <figure class=" sqs-block-image-figure intrinsic " > <img class="thumb-image" data-image="https://images.squarespace-cdn.com/content/v1/534036f1e4b047d0e06ecd0f/1591028100485-K8ES5YRVHH6XVUUGXRHD/1_nqKqpsYwZY2D3cv5TFH0mA.jpeg" data-image-dimensions="1000x1270" data-image-focal-point="0.5,0.5" alt="courtesy of Avery Brewing" data-load="false" data-image-id="5ed5297fb568f07c9649025f" data-type="image" src="https://images.squarespace-cdn.com/content/v1/534036f1e4b047d0e06ecd0f/1591028100485-K8ES5YRVHH6XVUUGXRHD/1_nqKqpsYwZY2D3cv5TFH0mA.jpeg?format=1000w" /> <figcaption class="image-caption-wrapper"> <p class="">courtesy of Avery Brewing</p> </figcaption> </figure> Happy Monday, Thieves! Our audio quality for these quarantine shows is much improved thanks to Zoom. We're pretty excited about that because we get to hear every single word from today's accomplice. Andy Parker is the chief barrel herder at Avery Brewing Co. in Boulder, Colorado and, as you'll hear time and time again, a big influence on Augie. From talking about the early days of the brewery to the big changes that have come its way in recent years, Andy shares some of the science that goes into his beers, drops some knowledge on sales and marketing, and takes the time to talk about how he's spending his days in isolation. Plus, the blind tasting is back thanks to Justin Kennedy. He sent Augie and John beers in the mail, wrapped in foil and did a damn fine job stumping them both. It's good to be back in the swing of things. **Want to support us? We have launched a PATREON Page. Click here to let us know you care!** As always, you can email your questions, complaints, whimpers, or whines to us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We read everything we get and we'll try to respond as quickly as we can. If not online, then on air. And THANKS! You can subscribe to STB on iTunes and PLEASE LEAVE US A REVIEW!!! Co-hosts: Augie Carton & John Holl Producer: Justin Kennedy Engineer: Brian Casse Music: "Abstract Concepts - What Up in the Streets" by Black Ant.
On this double episode, Eddie is first joined by Disturbed mainman David Draiman to discuss the band's current stadium tour in the U.S. as well as the band's latest record, the viral video in which he pulls a fan on stage, and more. Then, UFO's Andy Parker closes things out on a somber note as he memorializes the late Paul Raymond, who recently passed from a heart attack.
Andy Parker: ...what it's like to lose a child to gun violence on live TV
Nobody Told Me!
On August 26, 2015, the lives of Andy and Barbara Parker changed forever when their daughter Alison, a news reporter for WDBJ, was murdered along with her cameraman, Adam Ward while conducting an interview on live television near Roanoke, Virginia. The nation was stunned by the killings and President Barack Obama said he was “heartbroken”. The gunman was a former reporter for the TV station who killed himself hours later following a car chase with police. On the day of his daughter’s death, while his emotions were still raw, Andy Parker vowed on national television to do “whatever it takes” to end gun violence in America. He’s written about his daughter’s murder and his fight for gun safety in the new book, For Alison: The Murder of a Young Journalist and a Father's Fight for Gun Safety. The book is about showing people, in painful detail, what it’s like to receive the worst phone call of your life and feel your guts get ripped right out on the kitchen floor. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
EP-200 Andy Parker + Colin Quinn of Avery Brewing Co.
Good Beer Hunting
Today’s episode is one of those where just a couple weeks difference in when we actually sat down with each other would have dramatically transformed the focus of the conversation. For anyone who’s been paying attention to Avery, you certainly know it’s been a couple years of transformation for the brewery, as they took on a minority investment of Mahou San Miguel, completely reconfigured their portfolio to better align with market trends, and launched a visual re-brand. Of course, all these changes involved some personel movement, as their COO left in May and a half dozen folks were laid off. Before that, the prior COO had left to join Ska brewing. So it’s safe to say that since the Mahou San Miguel deal, there’s been a lot going on at Avery. And my guests today, Andy Parker, their CHIEF BARREL HERDER, and Colin Quinn, their special projects brewers are in a unique position to talk about how that effected the most important part of Avery’s operation - the brewing. Which beers should Avery be making, for which markets? in what formats? how simple can a portfolio in 2018 be? how critical is newness? and what are they gonna do with all that capacity after a major expansion? Well, what we didn’t know at the time of this interview was that Founders Brewing based in Grand Rapids Michigan, would need some help brewing All Day IPA, a brand that continues to set the pace for growth in craft. Like Avery, Founders is partially owned by Mahou San Miguel, so what could have been a major albatross for Avery, all that extra capacity, debt, and a slow transformation back to growth became a chance to support the larger system of brands under the family banner, and both benefit from the opportunity. It’s bizarre for Avery fans to consider, but Mahou San Miguel and brewing All Day IPA might just be the difference between having or not having an Avery Brewing Company at all. So what will they do with that bonus time afforded by those relationships? Time will tell. But in this interview, you’ll hear about the shift in the brewing side, how the team is regrouping and what they’re excited about in Avery’s brewing future.