Education is something that’s been instilled in us from the earliest of ages. From elementary school right up through high school and beyond, the importance of education in one’s particular field, or fields, of interest is never something to take lightly. It’s what gives us a more well-rounded perspective, helps us create and participate in meaningful conversations on various topics, and drives home the appreciate we have for the things we love.
When it comes to craft beer, education is critical to the growth and evolution of our culture. Why? You’re about to find out on Session 38 of the Breaking Brews Podcast.
Host Jason Cercone is joined by Certified Cicerone David Nilsen to discuss beer education from top to bottom. David is a cicerone, beer writer, and presenter and brings a wealth of knowledge to the podcast. Jason and David dive into David’s favorite beer presentation, why education often times gets labeled as snobbery, why it is up to industry professionals to continue driving education forward, and much more.
Also, Jason and David talk about one of his favorite published features. You can click here to check out that feature for yourself.
David is very active on social media and you are encouraged to follow him and join him in his beer-fueled plight. A link to his website where all his published works, as well as his social media platforms, can be found below:
MUSIC CREDIT: Theme music and music clips for the Breaking Brews Podcast – Hellfire by Adam Drake and Tom Jenkins, licensed via www.audionetwork.com
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