brewing

On this month's Drinking on the Last Frontier, Bill talks to Erik Slater, of Seward Brewing Co., and delves into what makes British beer worth a slow pour.

Kenai River Brewing

Doug Hogue with Kenai River Brewing joins Bill for a live Drinking on the Last Frontier as past of KDLL's 2020 Spring Membership Drive. Your questions, their answers and the debut of the Champski.

There’s a lot brewing at Kassik’s these days — new beers, new branding and a new season of food trucks on site. Bill hears from Hoodoo Brewing in Fairbanks and Midnight Sun in Anchorage on how Alaska breweries are staying in business during COVID-19. And, ever wonder why your favorite IPA starts to lose its appeal? The lupulin threshold shift might be to blame. Find out more in this month’s Drinking on the Last Frontier.

James Roberts

Tune in to the December Drinking on the Last Frontier for a beer year in review with Dr. Fermento, interviews with the new owners of Kassik's and a new homebrew supply shop in town, a winter warmer beer style and more!

New Kassik's owners plan few changes

Dec 16, 2019
Kassik's Brewery

 

After more than a year on the market, Kassik’s Brewery in Nikiski has new owners. Frank and Debbie Kassik started the operation in 2004, and new owners Rick and Michelle McGlasson have had front row seats as the brewery has grown. KDLL’s Shaylon Cochran stopped by the tasting room and spoke with Rick about getting into the beer business and what he hopes to do with it in the coming years.

 

 


 

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