Papo aberto com Garrett Oliver da Brooklyn Brewery | Surra #091
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Pensa em uma dupla de apresentadores felizes! Agora, acrescente a isso uma fada madrinha tão feliz quanto e muito empolgada. É assim que Ludmyla Almeida (a IPAcondriaca), Leandro Bulkool (Tio Sam que descobriu a batucada) e a Bia Amorim estão se sentindo. Isso tudo por que nessa edição a conversa foi com ninguém mais, ninguém menos, do que Garrett Oliver da Brooklyn Brewery. Nesse papo gentil e generoso, Garrett falou sobre a Michael Jackson Foundation, a visão dele para o mercado brasileiro e da Catharina Sour, quais são suas percepções sobre a sommelieria e para o marketing atual. Além de muito mais.
Garrett Oliver is a man who wears many fancy hats, but the past year has seen him stuck inside like the rest of us. This, he explains, led to the launch of The Michael James Jackson Foundation for Brewing & Distilling. Oliver tells us how 2020 events sparked a realization that being Black and “seen” isn’t as good as actively bringing others into the fold. He sees formal education as the key to longterm careers for BIPOC in beer and spirits. Hosted by Cat Wolinski. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
EL PASADO LUNES 22 DE MARZO FUE NUESTRO LIVE. EL INVITADO FUE EL AFAMADO; GARRETT OLIVER-BREWMASTER DE BROOKLYN BREWERY, AUTOR; THE BREWMASTER’S TABLE, EDITOR-IN-CHIEF, THE OXFORD COMPANION TO BEER. ESTE ES UN LIVE QUE NO TE PUEDES PERDER ASÍ QUE AGARRA TU CERVEZA FAVORITA y ESCÚCHALO/MIRALO, SALUD & PESETAS!!! LAST MONDAY, MARCH 22, WAS OUR LIVE. THE GUEST WAS THE ONE AND ONLY; GARRETT OLIVER-BREWMASTER OF BROOKLYN BREWERY, AUTHOR; THE BREWMASTER’S TABLE, EDITOR-IN-CHIEF, THE OXFORD COMPANION TO BEER. THIS IS A LIVE THAT YOU CANNOT MISS SO GRAB YOUR FAVORITE BEER and LISTEN TO IT / LOOK AT IT, SALUD & PESETAS !!! ***SOLO SE PUEDE VER y ESCUCHAR COMPLETO POR: Facebook: https://fb.watch/4o_vpLN01L/ , YouTube: https://youtu.be/lIZY8xMjCCk & Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/31oBQdnPGKFBnc5w4aLzbs?si=PmcrANOzQp6K_Zf2ueoyKA *** #beer #cerveza #craftbeer#cervezaartesanal #brooklyn#brooklynbrewery #puertorico#brewmaster #brewmasters#thebrewmasterstable #garrettoliver#beerandfood #foodpairing#beerandfoodpairing #homebrew#homebrewing #homebrewer#podcasts #beerpodcast #podcaster#podcasting
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We welcome a true luminary to today's show. Garrett Oliver has been Brooklyn Brewery's brewmaster since 1994. He’s written books, judged beer, and been an ambassador for American craft brewing. His newest project, the Michael Jackson Foundation for Brewing & Distilling has a goal to fund technical education and advance the careers of BIPOC individuals in the brewing and distilling industries. In today's episode, we discuss his life and the new foundation.PHOTO: TOTALFOOD.COM
Garrett Oliver has been on a bit of a media blitz in recent months following his announcement of the formation of the Michael Jackson Foundation for Brewing and Distilling. The foundation, as you will hear, will fund technical education and career advancement opportunities for black, indigenous, and people of color in the brewing and distilling industries. Oliver is obviously well-known as the long-time Brewmaster of the Brooklyn Brewery. And in that role he has seen the beer industry change and evolve in amazing ways. He’s also seen it stay the same in some troubling others. Oliver stands in a unique position in the craft beer industry at this point in time. In one sense, he is a statesman for flavorful beer, one of its longtime and most popular advocates. He is a renowned author, a frequent speaker and teacher at events around the globe, and a James Beard award winner. In another, he is routinely one of the only Black people to be found at industry events, even those that have thousands of attendees. Lately, Oliver has been ruminating on the topic and he has a lot to say. During his many recent media interviews, Oliver has frequently noted that in his decades at Brooklyn, he had never had a black person apply for a brewing job there. At first, the line strikes you as a bit shocking. But after a few moments of reflection, you start to winder, “How is that possible?” Never had a single application? How did Brooklyn Brewery, located in one of the most diverse places on earth, let that go on for so long? It’s a question that Oliver is still grappling with and he discusses the issue at length in this interview. He also grapples with the criticism that his high standards, which require a formal brewing education for brew side staff, has served as a restrictive force, an act of gate keeping that kept out Black applicants. And while you will hear him contemplate the subject, you’re not going to hear him apologize for reaching for excellence in his staffing. In this interview, Oliver takes us all the way back to the beginning, talking about his upbringing in Hollis, Queens, and where he developed his special relationship with food. We also discuss the state of beer journalism, his thoughts on Dave Infante’s article on Black people in the beer industry that we discussed on last week’s podcast, and his plans for the Michael Jackson Foundation.For more information on the Beer Edge Podcast, or to check out Beer Edge: The Newsletter for Beer Professionals, follow us on Twitter @thebeeredge and subscribe to our beer industry focused newsletter. There is more information, articles, and engaging content at Beer Edge. Hosts: Andy Crouch Guests: Garrett Oliver Tags: beer, craft beer, Garrett Oliver, Michael Jackson Foundation. beer journalism, Dave Infante, Brooklyn Brewery
Legendary brewmaster Garrett Oliver joins us for a wide range of topics. We hear how the craft beer industry has been impacted by the pandemic, dive into the systemic racism that's existed in the brewing industry, and how Garrett's looking to create new opportunities for Black, Indigenous, and People of Color who want to get into the world of brewing and distilling.
Most people know Garrett Oliver as the globe trotting brewmaster of the Brooklyn brewery, but he is also an accomplished author, educator, and thought leader in the brewing space. His latest project is one that we can all get behind and support, it’s a foundation named after the late Michael Jackson, the writer. Its mission is funding technical education and career advancement for black, indigenous, and people of color in the brewing and distilling industries. This interview was originally recorded for an article that host John Holl was writing for Wine Enthusiast Magazine, but there was so much more in the talk that could ever make it onto the page that we’re sharing a slightly edited version of the conversation with you today. Garrett spoke to the show from Brooklyn. For more Drink Beer, Think Beer or to check out Beer Edge: The Newsletter for Beer Professionals, follow us on Twitter @thebeeredge and subscribe to our beer industry focused newsletter. There is more information, articles, and engaging content at Beer Edge. Host: John Holl Guest: Garrett Oliver Tags: Beer, Craft Beer, Michael Jackson, Diversity, Fundraising, Quality Control This episode is sponsored by: Beer Edge: The Newsletter for Beer ProfessionalsHelp support journalism covering the beer industry by subscribing to the twice weekly newsletter. Learn more at our revamped website.
Greg Avola welcomes Garrett Oliver, Brewmaster at Brooklyn Brewery (brooklynbrewery.com), to Sessionable Saturdays! This segment was recorded as a live broadcast on Untappd TV on May 2, 2020. To watch the full original version with video, visit untappd.tv!