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SXSW Doc Brewmaster Takes a Sip of the Heady World of Craft Beers
Douglas Tirola puts a human face on those labels in the liquor store
Screens Story  March 8, 2018, by Matthew Monagle
"...Back in the Eighties, there were fewer than 100 operating breweries located in the country; by 2017, that number had jumped above 5,000, with some estimates suggesting that two new breweries are opened every day in America. In Brewmaster, filmmaker Douglas Tirola (Drunk Stoned Brilliant Dead: The Story of the National Lampoon) does his best to put a human face on each of those anonymous labels in the liquor store..."

Celis Brewery, Back Home Where It Belongs
Christine Celis reclaims the family business
Food Story  November 1, 2013, by Anna Toon
"...The daughter of famed brewmaster Pierre Celis, Christine is used to a certain amount of chaos. At just 4 years old, an age when most of us were playing make-believe, Christine was living her own fairy tale of sorts, watching her father brew beer..."

Shiner at 100
After 100 years, the Spoetzl Brewery still shines
Food Story  March 13, 2009, by Lee Nichols
"...Their organization went through a number of changes over the next century, so many that they'd likely not recognize it today. They later hired and eventually sold their Shiner Brewing Association to Bavarian brewmaster Kosmos Spoetzl, who built Spoetzl (pronounced "Schpoetzl") Brewery from 1914 until his death in 1950, even through Prohibition..."

With four great local brewpubs, beer drinkers in Austin are lucky
Food Story  March 21, 2008, by Wes Marshall
"...No food to speak of, although there's food aplenty just out on Sixth Street. The brewmaster, Russell Hall, usually keeps two to four beers going and changes them regularly...."

SXSW Unleashes Massive Film List
High-concept horror A Quiet Place to open fest
DAILY SXSW  January 31, 2018, by Richard Whittaker
"...Brewmaster D: Douglas Tirola Brewmaster follows a young ambitious New York lawyer who struggles to chase his American dream of becoming a brewmaster and a Milwaukee-based professional beer educator, as he attempts to become a Master Cicerone. (World Premiere)..."

Remembering Steve Anderson
Craft brewing pioneer dead at 53
DAILY Food  December 1, 2015, by Virginia B. Wood
"...The two friends made a deal – Anderson would enhance his brewing knowledge by attending the brewing program at the Siebel Institute and Forrester would lobby the Texas legislature to get the laws changed. The results of their combined efforts was the opening of Waterloo Brewing Company in Downtown Austin in 1993, with Anderson as the first brewmaster of the first modern, legal brewpub in Texas..."

Rocky Mountain High
Austin Brewers at the Great American Beer Festival
Food Story  November 15, 1996, by Pableaux Johnson
"...The crew from Waterloo, including their enthusiastic brewmaster Steve Anderson, formed part of a strong Austin contingent at this year's 15th Anniversary festival. Three of Austin's five brewpubs -- Waterloo, the Bitter End, and Copper Tank -- brought their beers up for the competition, as did Celis Brewery, a perennial favorite in the various Belgian-style categories...."

The Year in Food
The 2014 tastes we just couldn't stop thinking about
Food Story  December 31, 2014, by Anna Toon
"...5) BLUE OWL BREWING SPIRIT ANIMAL Brewmaster Jeff Young's spirit animal, the owl, graces each of the sour-mash brewery's signature cans. Designed by Bitch Beer's Jessica Deahl, the label combines clean, eye-catching design with green, hop-like patterns ....."

Food Events
Mar. 29-April 1
Food Column  March 28, 2014
"...› Meet & Drink With Belgian Brewmaster Belgian brewmaster Bert Van Henke's beers are paired with chef Roman Murphy's multicourse dinner. Reserve by phone; $29..."

Peached Tortilla Pops Up in Driftwood
Trailer food and craft beer invade tiny Driftwood, blow town away
DAILY Food  October 9, 2013, by Mick Vann
"...Having eaten at the truck, and knowing Eric’s multicultural culinary influences range from Asian to Soul, I knew the food would be great. Beer was going to be matched for each course by Real Ale brewmaster Erik Overshok; no question that would be good...."

Event Menu
This week, foodies can run for Caritas and drink for Meals on Wheels
Food Column  November 27, 2009, by Virginia B. Wood
"...• Chef Jason Donoho continues his chef's table series at FINO (2905 San Gabriel, 474-2905, with a multicourse brewmaster's dinner featuring the brews of Real Ale in Blanco, with brewmaster Tim Schwartz in attendance. $85, reservations necessary..."

Uncle Billy's Brew & Que
The newest addition in a series of restaurants launched by the founders of the wildly successful Austin Java
Food Review  September 28, 2007, by Kate Thornberry
"...Austin diners who value authenticity (especially in barbecue) may find the calculated feel a little off-putting. Fortunately, the partners had the good sense to put local celebrity brewmaster Brian Peters in charge of the beer, and that goes a long way toward counterbalancing the slickness...."

Irish Pubs on the Event Menu
Beannachtam na Femle Padraig
Food Story  March 16, 2007, by Wes Marshall
"...These folks are obsessive about their beers. It's fresh, at the precise temperature recommended by each beer's brewmaster, and served in glasses that have never seen any liquid but beer..."

Mix and Match
Don't sweat it trying to create the perfect mating of beer and food, Chronicle Food writer Wes Marshall writes in a review of North by Northwest Restaurant & Brewery. Pick a drink you like, pick a dish you like, and just enjoy them.
Food Story  February 15, 2002, by Wes Marshall
"...When North by Northwest opened in 1999, owner Davis Tucker's intent was to combine great craft-brewed beer and equally good food. To achieve this, Tucker hired the talented chef George Powell away from Mezzaluna and brought on brewmaster Don Thompson to set up the brewery..."

Gold Medal Muggin'
Food Story  October 30, 1998
"...The crew at the Bitter End Bistro and Brewery started preparing their gold-medal winner (Prescott's Wee Heavy) almost a full year before the 1998 GABF. Brewmaster Tim Schwartz created the thick, flavorful Scottish beer to honor his brother's wedding celebration, then set aside a few kegs to age and mellow before the competition in Denver..."

Texas Beer Guide
Foam on The Range:
Food Story  July 19, 1996
"...Founded in 1909 by Czech and German farmers longing for old-world beer, the brewery brought Kosmos Spoetzl in as brewmaster, to this, the home of the popular Shiner Bock. Survived Prohibition by producing near-beer and ice..."

Day Trips: Alpine
West Texas brewery hangs up its spurs, at least for now
Columns  January 10, 2019, by Gerald E. McLeod
"...Big Bend Brewing Co. had strong ties to the Austin area, not only with its many fans, but the founding brewmaster was Steve Anderson, who passed away on Nov..."

A Texas Snacker's Guide to the Holidays
Put your gifts where your mouth is
DAILY Food  December 5, 2018, by Emily Beyda
"...Laissez-faire economics might be a heavy subject these days, but the latest release from Vista Brewing’s brewmaster Josh Watterson – Laissez Faire Brett Ale – is light and bright, dry and delightful, with notes of pear and rose. It’s like champagne and craft beer had a lovechild, which obviously means if you bring some to share, you’ll forever be known as the very best holiday party guest..."

Day Trips: Altstadt Brewery
German-style brewery’s tasting room opens outside Fredericksburg
Columns  October 18, 2018, by Gerald E. McLeod
"...The new state-of-the-art brewery goes a step further by mimicking the mineral composition of the artesian spring water of Germany. The Texas water is filtered through reverse osmosis, says Peter Koestler, brewmaster and native German..."

Top 10 Austin Breweries
Power ranking the local leaders in craft beer
Food Story  June 22, 2017, by Eric Puga
"...Problem is, it takes a master level of understanding on how to feature trademark hop characteristics into a softer, rounder, juicier finish on the palate. We always suspected that PHP brewmaster Joe Mohrfeld's star shined brightest with his brewery's IPA program, but his ultralight beams are his interpretations of his NE IPAs, like This Is Juice, Die in a Haze, and Electric Jellyfish...."

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