What’s Traditional? Revisiting History through Adjuncts

Recently, David Berg published an impassioned article on Good Beer Hunting’s website, defending the use adjuncts from both historical and scientific standpoints. Himself a brewer at August Schell Brewing for over 20 years, Berg objects to the ongoing criticism of adjunct ingredients in craft beer culture, particularly the Brewers Association’s “blacklisting” of large brewers who employ them. He goes out on a limb to justify adjuncts to a community that shudders at their very mention, but I was left wondering why he didn’t go even further.

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MadTree 2.0: Movin’ on Up in the World of Craft Beer

They grow up so fast.

Though they only appeared on the Cincinnati brewing scene in 2013, MadTree Brewing Company is nearing completion on its second brewery and taproom. The new and gigantic space will revitalize a long-abandoned property in the city’s Oakley neighborhood and transform MadTree’s engagement with both Cincinnati and the wider Midwest.

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