City Brew Tours is now accepting applications for its third annual Talent on Tap Scholarship program, which supports woman-identifying people of color from diverse backgrounds who wish to make a positive impact in the beer industry. The application period closes March 10th.
By Kate Hellner | 2/6/22
What interested you in City Brew Tours, and what is your favorite part of being a guide? I’ve always enjoyed sharing my passions for history and beer, and CBT gives me a great opportunity to do both on a nightly basis. What is the most complex or interesting brewing recipe that you have ever executed? […]
What would people never guess is a part of your role as a beer guide? Learning to deal with that awkward silence in the van after you make a bad joke isn’t something I thought I’d have to get used to What has been one of your proudest moments working at City Brew Tours? My […]
What interested you in City Brew Tours, and what is your favorite part of being a guide? I recently moved to the area and I was looking for a way to discover and learn about the local craft beer scene. My favorite part about being a guide is the opportunity it gives me to […]
Before you worked at City Brew Tours, what was the most interesting or unusual job you’ve ever had? I was a farmer in New Zealand for a few months with a program called WWOOF. I did everything from harvesting feijoas (weird fruit) to running an organic market/smoothie place. I would hitchhike from place to place […]
Check out our first 2019 Guide of the Month: Dan Chrusciel! Before you worked at City Brew Tours, what was the most interesting or unusual job you’ve ever had? I would have to say Hopsters. It’s a custom craft brewery that allows customers to brew their own small batch of beer onsite. Brewing 4-5 […]