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Ep. 109 - Time, Place & People. With Jester King Co-Founder, Jeffrey Stuffings.

The Beer Healer interviews

I'm hoping that Jester King Brewery needs no introduction for you, listeners. But just in case, this is how they describe themselves...Jester King is a brewery, kitchen, farm & event hall on a beautiful 165 acre ranch in the Texas Hill Country. We make food & drink uniquely tied to a time, place & people. We're a welcoming place for people of all ages to enjoy community, fun & hospitality in a very special setting.Jester King is one of those game changing breweries that captures the imagination of the craft beer drinker, this one included. Even though I had never tried any of their beers, I still wanted to find out more about how this brewery came to be. Jeff was kind enough to jump on the interwebs with me and give me some of his time so that I could share his stories, wisdom and insights with you all.Want to help spread the craft beer gospel?Follow me on Instagram, Facebook, or YouTubeRate, Review and Subscribe on Apple Podcasts...click link on phone and scroll to bottomOr Follow/Subscribe on you favourite podcast playerCheck out my website

57mins

17 Jan 2021

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Better on Draft 240 - Jester King w/ Jeffrey Stuffings

Better on Draft | Craft Beer Podcast

As we've reached 240 episodes, we decided to spruce things up a bit, change up the format, and change out how we bring you content.  While this episode is delayed (Sundays will be the new release date), on Tuesdays we will release the news segment.  Both will still be recorded We are live Fridays at 7pm EST on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/betterondraft. You can also watch us live on YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/betterondraft, on Twitch at https://www.twitch.tv/bodpodcast, or on our website www.betterondraft.tv. SHOW INFO: - We welcome Jeffrey Stuffings from Austin Texas to talk about his decade plus running of Jester King, his aspirations of being a professional basketball player, and his love for Ron Jeffries up at Jolly Pumpkin.  He talks about his travels, the difference between some very close beer styles, and even touches on the situation that occurred when Wicked Weed was purchased by ABI.  We hope you enjoy this new 2x Week episodes breaking down the Friday night show.   Support MI Brewing - http://www.supportmibrewing.com Subscribe to Better on Draft - https://plnk.to/BOD Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/0rofqU5VHPmEjcGLwJbocm iTunes - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/better-on-draft-a-craft-beer-podcast/id1091124740 Subscribe to The Brewz Brothaz - Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/31iofThmMV9vHblkod5qK5 iTunes - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-brewz-brothaz-better-on-draft/id1443234432 Subscribe to The Beer Tour Guy Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/3enGxubfQFop2ppdQjuVNR iTunes - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/beer-tour-guy-podcast-better-on-draft/id1266857083 https://www.twitter.com/betterondraft https://www.facebook.com/betterondraft https://www.untappd.com/bodpodcast https://www.youtube.com/c/betterondraft https://www.instagram.com/betterondraft

59mins

26 Oct 2020

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The PorchCast Ep 68 | Jeffrey Stuffings – Jester King Brewery

The PorchCast – PorchDrinking.com

After a short hiatus, The PorchCast returned last week for episode 68 as we welcomed special guest Jeffrey Stuffings, co-founder of Jester King Brewery on the show. In addition to recording our audio edition, we also broadcasted live via Facebook Live and welcomed our new producer Bryant James Vander Weerd who joined Tristan and Sami. We talked to Jeffrey about the state of Texas’ ever-changing beer laws during the pandemic and how Jester King was able to pivot by opening the Disneyland of beer. Jeff also talked table beers, their addition of a clean program to their repertoire, the NBA starting back and he even threw out an epic ISO / FT trade request. Special thanks to our new show sponsor Molly’s Spirits! For all of our Denver listeners or anyone visiting Denver, explore a land of adult beverage discovery at Molly’s Spirits, offering a curated selection of beers, wines, and spirits in Lakeside and Greenwood Village, Colorado. Shop over 14,000 products, including exclusive collabs and an extensive craft beer selection, in-store or online for curbside pickup or delivery. Learn more at Molly’s Spirits. Thanks to Denver band, Bud Bronson & the Good Timers for allowing the use of their song, Denver Rock City, for our opening and closing themes. Like what you’re hearing and want to support The PorchCast? We are looking for new sponsors to join the PorchCast family. If you are interested in sponsoring the show please reach out to tristan {at} porchdrinking {dot} com! The post The PorchCast Ep 68 | Jeffrey Stuffings – Jester King Brewery appeared first on PorchDrinking.com.

58mins

28 Jul 2020

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GBM 54 - Growing World Class Beers On The Farm, with Jeffrey Stuffings of Jester King

Good Beer Matters Podcast

Defining farmhouse beers is a bit like trying to explain jazz or comfort food to someone who’s never experienced them. It usually requires a conversation because there is no single, simple definition we can all agree on. We tend to look to Belgium or France to bail us out of this pickle since Lambics, Saisons and Biers de Garde are the best known examples. In reality, farmhouse beers tend to be drinkable, complex, traditional and innovative, all at the same time. Historically, they’re humble beers brewed for laborers with the ingredients endemic to the region, but with a complexity of flavor befitting the finest restaurants. Just a short drive outside of Austin, you can bathe in the warm Texas sun on a farm that grows world-class farmhouse beers. Through conservation, sustainability, and stewardship of the land, Jester King is one of the few places that blend the old world with the new. My next guest gave up corporate America and set out to just make some good beer. He eventually employed the traditions and techniques found in those European countries. But, somewhere along the way he helped define American Farmhouse beers.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/jeremy-storton/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/jeremy-storton/support

54mins

10 Jun 2020

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Ep. 34 - Jeffrey Stuffings of Jester King

Drink Beer, Think Beer With John Holl

A note from host John Holl: The last time I was in Austin was 2015 and after a long few days of drinking beer, doing interviews, and generally getting my fill of the city, I intentionally carved out some hours on my last day there, before my flight home to visit with Jeffrey Stuffings of Jester King.  I wanted to leave on a high note, and that visit did not disappoint. The brewery is the stuff of legend by many drinkers and was driven to heights of popularity thanks to the wild and spontaneous beer that Stuffings and his brewers have produced through the years.  And as good as the beers are, it is also an idyllic  place to visit, like I experienced five years ago when I arrived mid-morning and spent a few hours talking with Stuffings, pulling nails, and tasting through whatever he deemed ready to drink. It was quiet and peaceful and the space lent itself to conversation. We got so carried away that I almost missed my fight home. Would have been worth it.  The brewery is quiet these days. Because of the COVID-19 pandemic the brewery has largely been closed, but, as you will hear it is getting ready to re open. When it does things will look and feel different. And maybe that’s in line with all that is going on with the brewery as it heads into a new phase.  Stuffings has released a pilsner: yes, a clean ferment beer. He is candid about why and it signals a mature attitude of a brewery that has always valued maturation. There’s a wine program in the works, and a renewed sense of experimentation, thanks to a little down time, but also because of the kitchen operating at the brewery.  Stuffings explains it all while talking to me from the brewery in Texas. But, I started off by asking him what we can all expect when we visit the brewery once he reopens.  I hope you enjoy the conversation." 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: Jeffrey Stuffings of Jester King Tags: Beer, Craft Beer, Texas, Experimental Brewing, Austin, wild ale, spontaneous fermentation, Special Ingredients, and pilsner. This episode is sponsored by: CODO Design, a craft beer branding firm and authors of the new book, Craft Beer, Rebranded.  Craft Beer, Rebranded (and its companion workbook) are a step-by-step guide to mapping out a successful strategy for rebranding your brewery. Based on CODO’s decade of brewery branding experience, this two-book bundle will help you weigh your brand equity, develop your brand strategy and breathe new life into your brand. Whether your brewery is 3 years old or 30, Craft Beer, Rebranded is your guide to attracting new audiences, selling more beer and positioning your brand for the long haul. Learn more and buy your copy today at CraftBeerRebranded.com 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. 

52mins

27 May 2020

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InterBrews 236: Jeffrey Stuffings at Jester king Brewery

InterBrews with Josh Stewart

Episode 236 of InterBrews and Episode 3 of the Covid Chronicles is a catch up with Jester King Brewery founder Jeffrey Stuffings. One advantage to not being able to sit down across the table at a brewery for an interview is that there really is no excuse not to catch up with my out of Houston friends. Jeffrey gives us the latest on things at Jester King and his thoughts on how this whole thing will shake out, as well as tips on Nerf gun wars, why Jester King is the greatest thing since sliced bread and how you too can get a slice and so much more. Make a road trip to Austin for a much needed Hill country drive and pick up some Jester King beer to go. Order now 24/7 and check out their website and social accounts for the latest available to take home. Thanks for listening! This is InterBrews.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/interbrews/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/interbrews/support

48mins

12 Apr 2020

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InterBrews 236: Jester King’s Jeffrey Stuffings

InterBrews

Episode 236 of InterBrews and Episode 3 of the Covid Chronicles is a catch up with Jester King Brewery founder Jeffrey Stuffings. One advantage to not being able to sit down across the table at a brewery for an interview is that there really is no excuse not to catch up with my out of Houston friends. Jeffrey gives us the latest on things at Jester King and his thoughts on how this whole thing will shake out, as well as tips on Nerf gun wars, why Jester King is the greatest thing since sliced bread and how you too can get a slice and so much more. Make a road trip to Austin for a much needed Hill country drive and pick up some Jester King beer to go. Order now 24/7 and check out their website and social accounts for the latest available to take home. Thanks for listening! This is InterBrews.The post InterBrews 236: Jester King’s Jeffrey Stuffings first appeared on InterBrews.

46mins

12 Apr 2020

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Jester King Brewery Interview with Co-Founder Jeffrey Stuffings

Passion In Progress with Javier Mercedes

Jester King is an authentic farmhouse brewery committed to mixed culture and spontaneous fermentation. Their beer incorporates their natural surroundings and local agriculture, to make beer uniquely tied to a time, place and people. Co-Founder Jeffrey Stuffings was a local home brewer who started working on Jester King in late 2007. Since then, Jester King has become a must visit place for beer connoisseurs as well as a staple in the Austin TX culture. https://jesterkingbrewery.com/ Please Leave me a review on Apple Podcasts! https://www.javiermercedes.com My Premiere Pro Preset Pack: https://www.javiermercedes.com/products/smoothanimationpremierepro Support the show on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/javiermercedes

1hr 2mins

1 Jan 2020

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Liquid Lunch 123: JesterKing’s Jeffrey Stuffings

Liquid Lunch

Recorded 1-22-19. On this episode of Liquid Lunch host Josh Stewart welcomes Jester King Founder Jeffrey Stuffings to the show. They discuss Jester King’s recent land expansion, their coolship program, Kennedy brought some Spon and Jeffrey gives the rundown of that beer. It’s a great conversation with one of Texas’s leading beer minds.

1hr 34mins

5 Feb 2019

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Jester King Brewery: Making Farmhouse Ales in the Heart of the Hill Country near Austin, Texas | Jeffrey Stuffings

Small Business War Stories

Jeffrey Stuffings left his job as an attorney to make farmhouse ales, a specialty form of beer in the Texas Hill Country right outside of Austin. He shared the formation story of his iconic brewery, and gave some amazing business tips and ideas, such as how to really unleash your mind with just a piece of paper, a pen, and a cup of coffee. This is a great episode with lots of stories and wisdom from the front lines of starting a business.

1hr 1min

26 Dec 2018

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