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Along the way, the magazine has established itself as a reputable platform for beer writers such as Andy Crouch, Ken Weaver, and Joshua Bernstein, among many others, to not only hone their skills as writers and develop their personal brands but also to share compelling stories from all corners of the craft beer community. Also in this episode: Brewbound editors Chris Furnari and Justin Kendall discuss forthcoming acquisitions by a well-funded cannabis company, brewery closures in Portland, Oregon, and the disturbing allegations of sexual misconduct by the owner of a small craft brewery in Ohio. New episodes of the Brewbound Podcast, which is co-hosted by Furnari and Kendall, are published every Thursday. For questions, comments or suggestions, please email podcast brewbound. The leading job board for the beer industry.

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Today, BeerAdvocate founders Jason and Todd Alstrom announced to subscribers the discontinuation of their print magazine which was founded in BeerAdvocate also just recently announced their new mobile app Beers by BeerAdvocate that attempts to bring back some of the users who have went to Untappd or even RateBeer. And change, while painful at times, can often be a positive. The upcoming April release of the th issue will be the last of the magazine and wont actually be in print, but released as a pdf to subscribers.

CBBM is a bi-monthly publication focusing on techniques and trends in beer. Founder of The New School and most frequent contributor Ezra Johnson-Greenough has worked in the craft beer industry for almost 10 years, doing everything from illustrating beer labels to bartending at renowned beer bars and breweries like Belmont Station, Apex, Laurelwood and Upright Brewing.

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BeerAdvocate Shuts Down Print Magazine

Today, BeerAdvocate founders Jason and Todd Alstrom announced to subscribers the discontinuation of their print magazine which was founded in BeerAdvocate also just recently announced their new mobile app Beers by BeerAdvocate that attempts to bring back some of the users who have went to Untappd or even RateBeer. And change, while painful at times, can often be a positive. The upcoming April release of the th issue will be the last of the magazine and wont actually be in print, but released as a pdf to subscribers. CBBM is a bi-monthly publication focusing on techniques and trends in beer. Founder of The New School and most frequent contributor Ezra Johnson-Greenough has worked in the craft beer industry for almost 10 years, doing everything from illustrating beer labels to bartending at renowned beer bars and breweries like Belmont Station, Apex, Laurelwood and Upright Brewing.

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By Caysey Welton :: April 30, For craft beer enthusiasts, there are less than a handful of magazines devoted to their passion. The magazine was launched in as a complement to its website, which the Alstrom brothers developed in in order to create a living database for craft beers, complete with user-generated reviews, brewery listings and other beer-related information—from proper glassware to the science of beer making. From the website grew an active online community with hundreds of forums, several events—including multi-day festivals—and, of course, a print magazine. Despite the quality and number of advertisers in each issue, the brand was not immune to the challenges many other magazines are facing today, which led them to make significant changes over a year ago.

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