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The Tidbit Takes the Road - Marika Josephson, Scratch Beer📍Ava, IL

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Content provided by Kim Bryden. All podcast content including episodes, graphics, and podcast descriptions are uploaded and provided directly by Kim Bryden or their podcast platform partner. If you believe someone is using your copyrighted work without your permission, you can follow the process outlined here https://player.fm/legal.
You are tuning into a special series, The Tidbit Takes the Road. In October 2020 Kim Bryden, CEO of Cureate and Host of The Tidbit, decided to hit the road on a cross-country listening tour to learn more about how non-coastal small businesses and small towns had been faring in 2020. How were they adapting and innovating? What new ways were people thinking about the economy? On this episode of The Tidbit Takes the Road, we sit down with Marika Josephson, Co-Founder and Master Brewer at Scratch Brewing Company, a farmhouse brewery located five miles from the Shawnee National Forest in Ava, Illinois. "Named one of the top four breweries for foraged beer by Outside Magazine, and one of the most beautiful places to drink beer in the world by All About Beer Magazine, Scratch Brewing Company focuses on farmhouse beers and other styles brewed with home grown and locally farmed and foraged ingredients. The brewery has an ever rotating selection of styles enhanced by the innovative addition of local ingredients, such as nettle, elderberry, ginger, dandelion, maple sap, hickory, lavender, juniper, and chanterelle mushrooms." We chat about the importance of local supply chains, staying true to your vision, and the lesser-seen and known parts of production and supply chain.
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You are tuning into a special series, The Tidbit Takes the Road. In October 2020 Kim Bryden, CEO of Cureate and Host of The Tidbit, decided to hit the road on a cross-country listening tour to learn more about how non-coastal small businesses and small towns had been faring in 2020. How were they adapting and innovating? What new ways were people thinking about the economy? On this episode of The Tidbit Takes the Road, we sit down with Marika Josephson, Co-Founder and Master Brewer at Scratch Brewing Company, a farmhouse brewery located five miles from the Shawnee National Forest in Ava, Illinois. "Named one of the top four breweries for foraged beer by Outside Magazine, and one of the most beautiful places to drink beer in the world by All About Beer Magazine, Scratch Brewing Company focuses on farmhouse beers and other styles brewed with home grown and locally farmed and foraged ingredients. The brewery has an ever rotating selection of styles enhanced by the innovative addition of local ingredients, such as nettle, elderberry, ginger, dandelion, maple sap, hickory, lavender, juniper, and chanterelle mushrooms." We chat about the importance of local supply chains, staying true to your vision, and the lesser-seen and known parts of production and supply chain.
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