Adam Nason is the founder and operator of Beerpulse, the world’s leading beer news website. We discuss how a nighttime hobby transformed into a business with the explosion of the craft beer industry, the challenges of monetizing publishing in the digital age, the debate over ethics in beer blogging, the death of embargoes, the future of beer media, and much more. For anyone with an interest in the writers and the technological tools they use to narrate the craft beer movement in America, this episode is a must-listen conversation with one of the most quietly influential individuals in the industry.

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  1. Very nice Slouch. It is always refreshing to hear about someone leaving the corporate world to do something that they love that happens to relate to beer. Gives me a shard of hope…

  2. Thanks Jimmy. Can’t forget about the 15 hour days he puts in living the dream!

  3. Kid Carboy Jr. · · Reply

    I don’t know what guys like us would do without guys like Adam. The fact that he focuses on news is what allows idiots like us to have facts to buff up our stupid and baseless opinions.

  4. Really appreciate the disinterested view that Adam has toward the industry. He’s only going to increase his already high level of credibility by sticking to the facts.

    And I’m glad he has enough time and money to have a drink once in a while.

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