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Boys Are From Märzen Podcast | Kate Bernot Good Beer Hunting

Boys Are From Märzen Podcast
Kindsey Bernhard

In Episode 25 of the “Boys Are From Märzen” podcast, Kindsey Bernhard is joined by Kate Bernot of Good Beer Hunting and Craft Beer & Brewing Magazine.

Bernot is the primary Sightlines reporter for Good Beer Hunting and a contributing editor for Craft Beer & Brewing Magazine.

Kate Bernot graduated from Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism, and has over a decade worth of experience covering the food and beverage industry. Bernot previously wrote for The Takeout, was the beer editor at DRAFT Magazine, and co-hosted a Montana-focused beer TV show called Beermuda Triangle. She also has bylines in Montana Quarterly, Chicago Magazine, Craft Spirits Magazine, Modern Farmer and Foodservice Equipment Reports.

In 2020, Bernot won three awards from the North American Guild of Beer Writers: second place in Best Local Reporting, second place in Best National or International Reporting, and third place in Best Business Writing.

In addition to her work as a journalist, Bernot is a BJCP-certified beer judge and is a level one Certified Cider professional.

Photo Courtesy of Good Beer Hunting.

In this episode, Kindsey and Kate discuss her work covering craft beer, and especially her work on Good Beer Hunting, managing emotions while covering emotional topics, and, most importantly, owning chickens (shout out to Tina and Red Chicken).

Like what you’re hearing and want to support “Boys Are From Märzen”? We are looking for new sponsors to join the PorchCast family. If you are interested in sponsoring the podcast, please reach out to kindseybernhard13 {at} gmail {dot} com.

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