SITEWIDE Search Results: “craft Beer”
Mingei International Museum
Feb 02, 2012
Grand Stafford Theater
Nov 25, 2014
Grand Stafford Theater
Mar 10, 2015
Modern Times Lomaland Brewery
Mar 18, 2015
Knowledge Salon, GRAND FRONT OSAKA
Mar 05, 2016
Box Factory for the Arts
May 19, 2016
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Woodbury University – San Diego
Nov 15, 2016
Mar 22, 2017
Tool Shed Brewing
Jun 27, 2019
Jul 05, 2019
The Poor Brewers
BY MARILEE RUTHERFORD
@ VOL 30
ON JUN 03, 2014
Marilee & Karl Rutherford like beer. Following a couple of years experimentation with home brewing, it becomes clear that they are quite good at it. Here, mid story, they tell the tale of making the transition from beer as hobby to beer as livelihood. It has a happy ending.
"Presentation of the Day" on September 9, 2014.
Brewing with a Purpose
BY KOTA KOBAYASHI
@ VOL 3
ON FEB 20, 2015
Kota Kobayashi decided as a child that one day he'd brew his own beer. Many years later, and inspired by the recent natural disasters in Japan, he created Ippon Matsu Beer. His One Pine Tree beer received massive donations from all over the world which he has used to help small business owners with disaster relief in Japan. Don't get ready, get started!
"Presentation of the Day" on June 8, 2015.
Experiments, Restrictions, and Happy Mistakes
BY MARTIN JUSTESEN
@ VOL 6
ON OCT 19, 2015
Martin Justesen loves triangles! He currently designs labels for Evil Twin Brewing, as well as many other clients. Hear his story about making and embracing mistakes, moving around the world, and loving beer!
Martin is a graphic designer born in Denmark, currently living in New York. He studied Graphic Design at London School of Communication before working in Publishing/Advertising for 10 years in Copenhagen. Martin now designs and art directs for magazines, campaigns and visual identities for sport/fitness, transport, business and fashion clients. He founded design studio Martin Justesen | New York in 2014.
Serendipity Brings Us Home
Owner and founder, Patt Dyck narrates the genesis of Cannery Brewing and her time in the Okanagan. From a family business to their new larger space. Patt's passion about not only bringing amazing craft beer to the valley, also underpins the power of their new tap room to be a community hub. Their larger plans involve collaborating with neighbouring businesses to revitalize Ellis street and continue hosting events - like Pecha Kucha! Thanks Patt!
Twenty Beers That Changed My Life
BY MARK PHILLIPS
@ VOL 9
ON APR 25, 2017
Mark Phillips talks about his discovery of craft beer and shares the 20 beers that have changed his life. A personal journey of discovery and appreciation, whilst trying to remain sober! Cheers to good beer and a wonderful life!
BY MATTHEW CUMMINGS
@ VOL 26
ON FEB 08, 2018
This is the journey of a “classically” trained glassblower into the tipsy world of brewing. Matthew Cummings discusses how those two passions intersect, and why in the hell someone would even think to open a glassblowing studio and brewery together. Craft Beer has become as much a part of my artistic expression as sculpture and glassware design. This is Craft(ed) Beer.
Boozeup Behaviour for Drunken Dummies
BY ELLA CLARKE
@ VOL 12
ON MAR 11, 2019
Ella Clarke lays out the basic rules of proper etiquette in pubs, restaurants and other establishments which are licensed to sell alcoholic beverages. Based on her personal experiences gained working as bar staff, this witty and wise "dummies guide" is a sign of times.
Climbing and Beer
During the 14 years that Joel Irby lived in Colorado, he spent hundreds of days climbing in the mountains. Every once in a while he would come across one of those great endless views, composed of layer upon layer of mountains, which eventually dissolved into the clouds on the horizon. These stone clouds gave him his company's name and continue to inspire its sense of adventure and quest for new beer experiences.
SITEWIDE BLOG POSTS
Beer Break in Osnabrueck
We've featured quite a few PechaKucha Night posters over the past few weeks, but now we turn our attention to another PKN tradition: the beer break. The above image was used at the recent PKN Osnabrueck Vol. 2 during the aforementioned mid-session breather.
20-Second Beer Break
One of the most sacred of PechaKucha Night traditions is of course the "Beer Break," but Kelly O'Keefe introduced a new concept during her presentation at PKN Portsmouth Vol. 2: the 20-second beer break. Indeed, celebrate!
Beer Break in Sao Paulo
Here's a cool little video about the beer break that took place at PechaKucha Night in Sao Paulo Vol. 10.
A Tour of Koszalin, the Final Word on Beer, All With Accordion Accompaniment
Presentations Today's two presentations come your way from Koszalin and Dayton. The one from Koszalin is by none other than PKN Koszalin organizer Gall Podlaszewski, and was done as part of our Global Cities Week. So follow Gall as she talks about her city (in Polish), PechaKucha-style. From Dayton, we get beer afficionado Max Spang who in "What the Hell Is Beer?" will go to great lengths to prove just how much he loves beer (and he's not alone). Posters On the poster front today, we've added three new ones, including posters for the upcoming collaboration between PKN Istanbul and PKN Yerevan (which this time, is an invitation-only event -- pictured above is the poster from the Yerevan side), and the poster for tonight's PKN Taos Vol. 6, celebrating "the remarkable women of Taos." Photos We've started sharing more and more event galleries on our official PechaKucha Night Flickr account -- in the past it was only used for our Tokyo events -- and here are the latest photosets that have been added. Above, a shot from this month's PKN Panjim Vol. 2, followed by a look at PKN Washington Vol. 17.PKN Regensburg Vol. 8 [Flickr]PKN Panjim Vol. 2 [Flickr]PKN Washington Vol. 17 [Flickr]PKN Toronto Vol. 15 [Flickr]That Toronto set only has 2 photos, but the accordion player you see pictured is Ben Harvey, and he has performed at both Vol. 14 and Vol. 15. Below is a video of Ben in action (recorded/edited by Circuit Bent Media). httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FJcjuELUKk8 Calendar It's looking like a great Friday, with 5 PechaKucha Nights in the calendar for tomorrow (May 18): PKN Zurich Vol. 11, PKN Varberg Vol. 2, PKN Singapore Vol. 4, PKN Lodz Vol. 8, and PKN Hakata Vol. 2.
Materials, Tradition, and Craft
In today's Presentation of the Day, "Materials, Tradition, and Craft" from a special PechaKucha Tokyo event entitled 「ICSでNight!」 at the ICS College of Arts, designer Yuki Tanaka speaks on her reverance for Japanese traditional craftsmanship. Her idea for a bottle holder is rejected due to it being too costly both time-wise and money-wise. She redesigns her holder to a less costly design that is remarkably elegant. She also shows us some of the other unique projects she has undertaken, including a spherical fruit basket and a cubic clock composed of three different variations of bronze.
Before the Prohibition, the craft of bar-tending took over 3 years to perfect. Mixologist Jeret Peña would rather classify himself himself as a bartender, because it doesn't sound as pretentious. In "American Craft" from PKN San Antonio Vol. 11 Jeret discusses a craft that has been around for over 200 years, and has had a resurgence since the prohibition laws let up. Much like a chef creating a fine dish, his ability to reproduce the perfect cocktail is a skill that has taken him years to perfect.
Podcast No.6 - Paul Speed
Despite some technical difficulties and a hangover for Sagar, our latest podcast is withPaul Speed, one of the founders of the much-loved 京都醸造株式会社 Kyoto Brewing Company. They have taken the city by storm since launching last spring, supplying thirsty Kyotoites with their line of beautiful, well-crafted beer. Listen to find out more about their brew and how it got started! Hosted by Eric Luong and Sagar Patel. (Sound trouble present!) Click here for podcast
The Agave Plant and the Art of Craft Spirits
"There is only one true craft spirits movement. It is in Mexico, and it started hundreds of years ago." In The Agave Plant and the Art of Craft Spirits from PechaKucha Night Chicago Vol. 38, Lou Bank explains the practice of making craft spirits and how he's leveraging this to revitalize small Mexican communities with the Agave plant.
The Art and Science of Craft Confectionery
"This is really where it started for me, in the land of pure imagination." Creativity can be found everywhere! Even in candy! In "The Art and Science of Craft Confectionery" for PechaKucha Night Dayton Vol. 30, Pat Santucci dives into the little known art and science of craft Confectionery showing us that beautifully-crafted candies are possible even from a home kitchen. From hard candy to buttered fudge, Pat gets us right in our sweet tooth.