Alex Standiford helps breweries manage their website in less-time. He customizes WordPress-based websites to make it quick and easy for breweries to maintain their website long-term. To serve brewers better, Alex has developed Easy Beer Lister, a free WordPress plugin that helps breweries manage what’s on tap easily. His 4-step process empowers breweries with a stable, well-maintained website and the coaching on how to use it to its full potential.

Sara Stephens is a staff attorney at Sustainable Economies Law Center in Oakland, California and Law Office of Sara Stephens. She has been involved in economic and environmental justice work for several years. Sara is licensed to practice law in the State of California, and graduated from Berkeley Law in 2014. Listen to more great insight from Sustainable Economies Law Center on MicroBrewr Podcast episode 46.

Paul Rovella is an attorney and partner at L+G, LLP Attorneys at Law in Hollister, California. His is part of their Business Department. Paul is licensed to practice law in the State of California and has been admitted to practice in the U.S. District Courts in the Eastern and Northern Districts of California. Listen to more great insight from Paul Rovella on MicroBrewr Podcast episode 44.

John Mercer has more than 15 years of wastewater experience in breweries and laboratories. He has presented for the Master Brewers Association of Americas and published a paper in the MBAA Technical Quarterly. His company, Brewery Wastewater Design in Montrose, Colorado, specializes in designing wastewater systems for breweries of all sizes. The Brewery Wastewater Design website has heaps of free information. Listen to more great tips from John Mercer on MicroBrewr Podcast episode 033.

Tiffany Adamowski and her husband have been operating 99 Bottles beer store, in Federal Way, Washington for the past 7 years. 99 Bottles has over 1,200 labels of craft beer in stock from over 40 different countries. They also have ciders, meads, and a gigantic selection of beer kegs. 99 Bottles has won a bunch of local awards like “best beer selection,” “best beer store,” and “don’t miss” bottle shop. Listen to more great tips from Tiffany Adamowski on MicroBrewr podcast episode 029.

Outside of my passion for craft beer and this amazing community that's been brewing, I am a lucky man to have a beautiful wife, a yellow lab named Stella and am a soon-to-be dad (which I cannot wait for!). My wife and I grew up together in Northern Minnesota and recently moved to Kansas. While my background in chemical engineering and masters in business fit in really well with the craft brewing industry, I think that I'm drawn to craft beer due to the amazing community of people that make it up and that there's always so much more to learn! After spending as much time as I can with my family, I keep busy in my small music studio playing guitar, set and bass. My wife and I also love to travel to see all that this beautiful world has to offer.

Drinks beer, quit his job, planning to start a brewery. Like a lot of people, I’m planning to start a brewery... But I'm not really qualified. To gain insight and to help others, I host this weekly podcast interviewing brewers and brewery owners. We go deep to get inside the industry and inside the heads of people who work there.