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About- About KC Dunstan

KC Dunstan

KC Dunstan

KC grew up among the cornfields of NW Ohio, but found his love for beer when he moved to Denver in 2002. In 2008, he received a Coopers DIY kit from his mother-in-law for Christmas that fomented (fermented?) an obsession with the process of brewing. When not thinking about, drinking, or cooking with beer, he’s cycling around his new hometown of Columbus with his wife and daughters in tow.

Posts By KC Dunstan

Stone Brewing Co.| Pataskala Red IPA

March 2, 2016 | Avg. Reading Time: 2 min

ABV: 6.2% | IBUs: 70

This is a technically a review of Stone Brewing Co. Pataskala Red IPA, but it’s really a story of remembering your roots.

Last spring, Watkins Memorial High School in Pataskala (pronounced Puh-ta-skuh-luh), Ohio, had a problem. Their school district needed to pass a levy or ALL extracurricular activities would be cut, from sports to band. Freshman Ally Jeffers depended on band to get her through the day, a creative outlet that challenged her like no other class. The levy had failed twice before and the situation looked dire. That’s when inspiration struck- Ally wrote a letter to Stone Brewing CEO/Founder Greg Koch (Watkins Memorial class of ’81) asking for help.

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Columbus Brewing Company | Creeper

August 21, 2015 | Avg. Reading Time: 1 min

ABV: 10.5% | IBUs: 100

Throughout the year, Columbus Brewing Company drops delicious bombs on unsuspecting palates. Some are malt bombs, like Sohio Stout, while some are hop bombs, like Thunderlips, Dalton and Bodhi. While the legend of Bodhi is growing after winning a bronze medal at GABF and an exquisite writeup on this very site, Bodhi has a gold medal winning big brother in Columbus Brewing Company’s Creeper.

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Columbus Brewing Company Bodhi

February 10, 2014 | 1 Avg. Reading Time: 2 min

8.5% ABV, 93 IBUs

As any beer fanatic in the midwest and beyond knows, January is Bells Hopslam season. Long on hops and ABV but short on supply, it can be tough to find in even the biggest markets. As if battling fellow fanatics for the limited supply wasn’t hard enough, you also apparently have to compete with bottle shops (see: Hopslamgate here, here,  here, here, and here). Read More