We’re so excited about our most recent interview with Jim Koch – founder of Boston Beer Company, brewer of Samuel Adams, and father of the American Craft Beer movement.
Quick history lesson – our country used to have many, many breweries that eventually faded away.
What else faded away? The types of beer they brewed.
What replaced them was a fairly homogenous, watered down beer, produced by large breweries.
Why do we call Jim Koch the father of the American Craft Beer movement? During the mid-1980’s, when imported beers were almost the only beer you could get outside of a macro-brew, Jim made and sold craft beer. Continue reading