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BKLYN Mixtape is a podcast from the Shelby White and Leon Levy Information Commons at Brooklyn Public Library. It is a show about everyday creators and makers just like you living and working in Brooklyn, New York. Listen to interviews, music, and audio shorts created in the Info Commons by staff and patrons. Hear how Brooklynites create and what inspires them as artists, print-makers, musicians, podcasters, story tellers, poets, writers, zine designers, coders and more. We're asking, what w ...
 
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We start 2021 looking at brewery buy outs, in this case the purchase of Two Birds Brewery by Fermentum, the group of companies best known through its ownership of Stone & Wood. In this episode, we chat with Two Birds Co-founder Jayne Lewis and Stone & Wood co-founder Jamie Cook to hear about the background to the purchase, a little about the challe…
 
We're back for 2021 with a big news week as Fermentum snaps up Two Birds and Broo's China deal collapses. Please subscribe and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts or your favourite podcasting app. It costs nothing and helps other beer lovers discover the podcast! Fermentum snaps up Two Birds Brewing Broo’s China deal collapses Brisbane Brew Partner…
 
In this episode of the Talent Angle podcast, executive and author Deanna Mulligan discusses the role that reskilling can and should play in the future of work. Mulligan shares insights from her book “Hire Purpose: How Smart Companies Can Close the Skills Gap” to highlight the importance of corporate education in digital business transformation and …
 
*This Spotlight is an excerpt from our full interview in 2019. Tune in to this episode of the Talent Angle to hear Gartner's own Jaime Roca and Sari Wilde share insights from their new book, "The Connector Manager." Learn how providing targeted feedback while connecting employees to those who are better suited to address their needs not only increa…
 
As we approach the end of 2020, we are re-releasing your favorite podcast from this year. Please enjoy our conversation with Kathleen Hogan, Microsoft's Chief People Officer, as she shares how Microsoft not only incites culture change, but also how they foster a growth mindset to ensure employees are comfortable learning and failing in order to gro…
 
This is the recording of our live Christmas Eve eve show. We have some a great chat with Neil 'Pops' Whittorn who has just retired from Stone & Wood and we also hear from some of the brewers he has worked with and mentored over the years....and the usual beer chat you would expect. It's live so please take the audio and the cross-talk as you find i…
 
Organizations obsess over predictions and forecasting, but the only certainty there is about the future is uncertainty. In this Talent Angle podcast interview, Margaret Heffernan, author of “Uncharted: How to Navigate the Future,” explores how to operate with agility in times of uncertainty; arguing that the events with the greatest impact on compl…
 
This week we catch up with Ben Kraus, currently in quarantine in Adelaide after recently returning with his family from Austria, much later than he'd hoped. We hear about the challenges he faced getting back to Australia as well as his experiences of Covid in Austria. Ben also spent the last 3 months fairly productively, commissioning and starting …
 
This week the team discuss BrewDogs equity fundraising, lockdown drinking habits and corporate taxes. Please subscribe and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts or your favourite podcasting app. It costs nothing and helps other beer lovers discover the podcast! BrewDog launches $10m Australian equity raise Asahi sells BoozeBud back to founders Study …
 
*This spotlight is an excerpt from our 2019 interview. Rebels are generally seen as troublemakers whose decisions create chaos in our personal lives and workplaces. However, what if we saw these unconventional outlooks and rule-breaking decisions as constructive rather than destructive? Tune in to this episode to hear Francesca Gino, Tandon Family …
 
This week, we revisit this important chat Pete and Matt had with Michael Bannenberg. Banners, as he’s better known, spent 28 years working with advertising agency George Patterson developing campaigns for many well known Carlton United Brewery brands during that time. He’s also a bit of a collector of brewery memorabilia and has compiled over 160 u…
 
This week the team discuss the new Lord Howe Island Brewery, Corona shortages and are joined by a very special guest. Please subscribe and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts or your favourite podcasting app. It costs nothing and helps other beer lovers discover the podcast! Lion to build Lord Howe Island brewery Timely labelling reminder after low…
 
In this episode of the Talent Angle, author Jonah Berger discusses his book, The Catalyst, and offers an approach to changing people’s minds. He argues that we are in an era of entrenched beliefs, so convincing others or pushing them in a direction has become ineffective. Instead, one should identify the key factors that cause resistance and overco…
 
This week we speak with James Brindley, Managing Director of Lion Beer Australia. James started with Lion way back in 1994, just two years after the launch of XXXX Gold, which gives you some idea of the massive changes in the brewing scene which James has witnessed during his career. We wanted to look at how a large multi-national brewing business …
 
This week the team discuss all the big news about Capital Brewing and some big industry appointments. Please subscribe and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts or your favourite podcasting app. It costs nothing and helps other beer lovers discover the podcast! Treasury Brisbane teams up with RQFWS for brewery prizes Capital and BentSpoke bag cricket…
 
Clark Staub had a completely different life before establishing Full of Life Flatbread in Los Alamos nearly two decades ago. He worked from being a humble record store clerk to becoming the Vice President of Marketing at Capitol Records — plus there was a stint in Vermont working for Burton Snowboards. But he was always really into bread, which led…
 
Few restaurants hold the hearts of Central Coast locals like Mee Heng Low, the chop suey restaurant on Palm Street, owned and operated by the Gin Family for over 40 years and still in operation under Chef Paul Kwong. As a young boy growing up in his parents’ restaurant, Mike Gin saw it all up close, and in adulthood he chose to write a family cookb…
 
The Monroe family owns and operates Hush Harbor Bakery in Atascadero, California, including father Donnie, mother Penni, and daughter Morgan. Penni and Donnie worked in aerospace engineering in Southern California before taking an early “retirement” to start a bakery on the Central Coast. In time, their daughter Morgan would start working at the ba…
 
Chef Travis Watson has worked all over the world, most recently as executive chef at the Hotel Californian in Santa Barbara’s Funk Zone, built in the 1920s and recently — spectacularly! — renovated. We talked about how he honed his effortlessly artful style, his dedication to sustainability, savory marshmallows, and the haunted Stanley Hotel in Col…
 
Susan Feniger is known from over 300 episodes of the Food Network’s Too Hot Tamales along with her business and creative partner Mary Sue Miliken, and their restaurants Border Grill and Socalo in Los Angeles and Border Grill in Las Vegas. She is the co-author of six cookbooks and was recently honored by the Julia Child Foundation, and is in the per…
 
Humboldt Distillery owners Abe and Courtney Stevens weren’t always into distilling. Abe started as a biochemist and Courtney studied English, but their paths brought them to Humboldt , where Abe’s family has lived for five generations. Humboldt Distillery is best known for its organic vodka, which is the best-selling organic vodka in California. We…
 
I travel to Gold Country to meet Zachary Arenholtz, the executive chef at the Holbrooke Hotel and Golden Gate Saloon. These are the oldest continuously operating hotel and oldest watering hole in California, respectively, and they were recently renovated and polished to a shine. Zach talked with me about smoking meats and how they influence the new…
 
Ashley Chaney is a successful voiceover artist and red carpet host who recently launched a project that’s close to her heart: a food podcast. “Dear Food” inquires into the lives of those who love to cook, eat, and talk about food. Ashley shared the origins of her interest in the project, how she years for the tri-tip sandwich at Firestone Grill in …
 
Nicky is a fourth-generation miller and bread baker with Central Milling in Petaluma, and a descendent of the famed Giusto’s Flour company in South San Francisco. We discussed what it’s like working for a 150-year-old family company, the COVID home sourdough phenomenon, and baking on Team USA for the Coupe du Monde de la Boulangerie. Instagram: @ce…
 
Husband-and-wife team Mikey and Gina Giugni produce deeply personal wines for their own wine brands, Scar of the Sea and Lady of the Sunshine, respectively. Mikey also makes a limited amount of cider that is a cult favorite, especially on the Central Coast. They talk biodynamics, family wine, fishing, and teamwork. Instagram: @scar_of_the_sea Insta…
 
Are your employees a cost or an investment? How can your company design and manage operations in a way that satisfies customers, employees, and investors? Join us to hear Zeynep Ton, adjunct associate professor in the operations management group at MIT Sloan School of Management and the author of The Good Jobs Strategy: How the Smartest Companies I…
 
This week, what happens when your brewery is bought out as we catch up with Balter’s Scott Hargrave and Stirling Howland. This week marks the first anniversary since Balter’s sale to CUB. For some the announcement wasn’t a surprise. The prominence of the personalities behind the business seemed to create an expectation that an eventual sale was the…
 
This week the team delve deep into tap contracts and anti-competitive behaviour, as well as VB's partnership with Volley and an update from New Zealand. Please subscribe and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts or your favourite podcasting app. It costs nothing and helps other beer lovers discover the podcast! Lion targets 'big' Stone & Wood with co…
 
In this Talent Angle episode, Anil Lewis, executive director for Blindness Initiatives at the National Federation of the Blind, explains how organizations can create inclusive environments for employees with disabilities. He offers guidance on recruitment and development strategies for differently-abled talent and dispels stereotypes about employee…
 
The week the team discuss the latest big moves for Mighty Craft and Moo Brew celebrates 15 years in the business. Please subscribe and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts or your favourite podcasting app. It costs nothing and helps other beer lovers discover the podcast! Big moves for Mighty Craft Moo Brew: Still learning at 15 GABS launches Summer…
 
*This spotlight is an excerpt from our 2019 interview. What do Ralph Lauren, Larry Ellison, Julian Robertson and Bill Walsh all have in common? Certainly all of them are known for being successful, but there’s one thing that distinguishes these superbosses from their peers: the ability to groom talent. Listen to Sydney Finkelstein, award-winning pr…
 
This week on Beer is a conversation we hear about what happens when your dream of owning a brewery doesn't go to plan. Passionate homebrewer Adam Gibb opened White Brick Brewing in North Lakes north of Brisbane in November 2017 and closed it in July this year at the height of the COVID lockdowns. While COVID was the nail in the coffin, as Adam lear…
 
This week the team discuss refermentation issues with big and small brewers, a new hop launch and much more. Please subscribe and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts or your favourite podcasting app. It costs nothing and helps other beer lovers discover the podcast! New board members at IBA as Philip returns as chair Coffee Milk Stout recalled over…
 
Jaime and Matt connect with JWU Assistant Dean of the College of Food, Innovation & Technology, T.J. Delle Donne to chat about the importance of a culinary education today as well as pay tribute to some of the great chefs we have lost this year. Later in the episode, all three chefs chat about their favorite dishes to cook for their significant oth…
 
In this episode of the Talent Angle, author and entrepreneur Christiane Lemieux argues that friction, inefficiencies that slow processes in both business model and organizational design, is hurting most organizations. In her book Frictionless: Why the Future of Everything will be Fast, Fluid, and Made Just for You, she profiles entrepreneurs and or…
 
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