TBP Presents: Rob and Anthony, Founders and Brewers of Transmitter Brewing

After a great tour of the brewery I sat down with Rob and Anthony, the founders and brewers of Transmitter Brewing for an in depth tasting and interview about their brewery and techniques for brewing great farmhouse ales. Enjoy and Cheers!

Topics Covered:

  • Beer #1: G2 – Belgian Golden Ale
  • Story of Transmitter Brewing – from finding a location to opening 3.5 months ago.
  • Anthony’s passion for culturing yeast and management of the brewery’s collection of strains.
  • Branding – Transmitter’s lettering and numbering system for its beer names / labels.
  • Beer #2: S4 – French Saison
  • Transmitter’s brewing philosophy
  • Techniques for brewing a well attenuated Saison.
  • Techniques for fermenting hoppy beers with Brettanomyces.
  • 100% Brettanomyces vs. Mixed culture fermentation to achieve target level of funkiness.
  • Beer #3: BdG 1: Biere de Garde
  • What makes a good Biere de Garde.
  • Ideal alcohol by volume range to shoot for to achieve fruity flavors while still achieving a dry finish for your beer.
  • Transmitter Brewing’s future plans – more capacity.
  • Where their beers can be found in NYC.
  • Keeping up with demand.
  • Well wishes and cheers!

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NJ (formerly NYC) based home brewer and craft beer enthusiast sharing his brewing and imbibing adventures on thebrewedpalate.com. "Spreading the messages of craft beer one palate at a time."
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