CONTRIBUTORS IN THIS ISSUE |
Cat Wolinski is a Brooklyn-based freelance journalist and beer writer. She is the curator/editor of the Brooklyn Beer Book and Queens Beer Book (Brokelyn-qns); the NYC brew news columnist for the print beer newspaper, Ale Street News, and she contributes to many publications online. She also has a beer blog, Beer Affair. Find her on Instagram and Twitter @beeraffair. Stan Hieronymus has been writing about beer for more than twenty years, including three books popular with homebrewers—for the Love of Hops, Brew Like a Monk, and Brewing with Wheat. His most recent book, Brewing Local: American-grown Beer, is a field guide to brewing with foraged ingredients. Brad Smith started Beersmith, LLC in 2003 and has grown his business to be the most utilized brewing software in the world. He is the author of Home Brewing with Beersmith, and he is the developer of the Beersmith Brewing software. Brad is an expert homebrewer with an MBA, MS, and PHD in Engineering. Emily Hutto is a Colorado-born travel writer with an affinity for fermented beverages. She’s the author of Colorado’s Top Brewers and a contributor at many craft-beer and food-centric publications. Find her ethnography at emilyhutto.com. Josh Weikert took up homebrewing in 2007 as a way to stay sane during graduate school. He is a founding member of the Stoney Creek Homebrewers, has medaled in every BJCP beer style, is a BJCP Grand Master Judge and Certified Cicerone, and is a two-time Eastern Pennsylvania Homebrewer of the Year. He leads a double life as the jet-setting author of the Beer: Simple blog (beer-simple.com). Patrick Dawson is the author of Vintage Beer, A Taster’s Guide to Brews That Improve over Time, a book that guides the taster through the apparent mysteries of cellaring beer; and The Beer Geek Handbook: Living a Life Ruled by Beer. When not thinking or writing about beer, he is sleeping.