I’d originally planned to interview Dan regarding his fruit beers – Apple Ale, Raspberry Tart, and Belgian Red – but the story of how New Glarus came to be so successful while keeping close to home proved more interesting. This is a story of session beer, of how one brewery thrives without being extreme.
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Whether it stemmed from Mark Dredge’s recent visit from the land of session bitters, or an opportune encounter with Craftsman’s 1903 Lager, or those nine long, light-lager months down in Central America – I really can’t say. But I often feel like I’m continually parting ways with the “extreme” craft beer scene. [...]