Sep 26, 2018
In episode three of the Brewbound Podcast, Brewbound editors Chris Furnari and Justin Kendall sit down with Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper and Tomme Arthur, the co-founder of Port Brewing and The Lost Abbey, for two separate conversations about beer, politics and the future of brewing.
During the episode’s first interview, Gov. Hickenlooper discusses his possible presidential bid in 2020, the impact of steel and aluminum tariffs on small businesses, an emerging cannabis industry and the evolution of the craft beer category since he opened Denver’s Wynkoop Brewing in 1988.
In the second interview with Port Brewing’s Tomme Arthur, Furnari and Kendall explore the state of the industry, innovation versus imitation, and how he thinks the industry will continue to evolve in the future.
0:00 – 3:28: Brewbound editors Chris Furnari and Justin Kendall introduce episode two.
3:30 – 19:46: An interview with Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper
19:48 – 21:13: Furnari and Kendall introduce their interview with Tomme Arthur
21:15 – 57:04: An Interview with Tomme Arthur
57:05 – 1:04:17: Furnari and Kendall share their takeaways from the Arthur interview.
1:04:17 – 1:13:20: Furnari and Kendall rundown Brewbound Podcast segments “First One’s Free,” and “Beer Twitter.”
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