The new issue of Ale Street News is out, which means I finally get to share my favorite feature of the year: The Rise of the Beer Web Series.
On assignment from Tony Forder, ASN editor, I had the opportunity to interview Sam Calagione, Dogfish Head Craft Brewery founder, about his new web series that launched recently on First We Feast: That’s Odd…Let’s Drink It!
The series opened a floodgate for me, as I discovered a number of beer series across the Internet of Beer landscape: Craftwerk by Munchies (Vice); the Beer Diaries by the eponymous Beer Diaries TV; Beer Artisan by the Foodable Web TV Network. As these series continue to surface, and as beer shows begin to rise in popularity in general, an important set of questions begins to emerge:
- Why are beer shows being produced online instead of on TV?
- Can a beer show simultaneously appeal to beer experts and beginners?
- What will Sam Calagione do next?
Find out on Page 13 of the latest ASN issue, Vol. 24—No. 6: Craft Beer Gone Crazy. Pick one up in a craft beer bar near you—or click here.
One thought on “Ale Street News: The Rise of the Beer Web Series”
I read this and had to go out and find Ale Street News. I signed up for the digital edition but think I will get the print edition. I never knew about beer web series. Think it’s a better medium . I subscribe to youtube channels about beer and homebrew that is the best source because it is people of like interests . Like how I found you press. I will definitely look for the web series.