Jonathan Ingram

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A freelance writer for 32 years before crossing over to the dark side of editing, Jonathan’s original “I Write for Beer” T-shirt was a tie-dyed model. He also enjoys running – yep – for beer. He’s written six books on motor racing, a sport pursued to the ends of the earth because he enjoyed being paid to travel and write stories daily about danger and passionate individualism. A perfect day ended at the nearest emporium holding good food, beer and conversation. Once upon a time, Jonathan worked for the Scofflaw Brewing Company as the company's original Media Relations Guy. A former editor of The Beer Connoisseur, he continues to occasionally contribute stories on beer to various websites and magazines. A beer book is next!

 

My articles

questions hard seltzer
Call it a millennial martini. Clear in color, hard seltzer comes in a wide variety of flavors, has very few calories and contains almost zero sugar....
2020 craft beer trends
Have you tried Hazy Little Thing from Sierra Nevada? Perhaps you’ve dipped into the new, health-conscious Slightly Mighty by Dogfish Head, or maybe...
craft beer bubble
Craft brewing has always been rooted in biblical themes. David versus Goliath. A crusade against corporate money changers whose mundane beer had...
Exploring the Top 50 Breweries
Is the business of craft brewing now more of an established industry than a movement? For the last two decades, flavorful beer purveyed by relatively...
Will Hazy IPAs Go the Way of Pumpkin Beers?
I remember when I used to have cravings for a pumpkin beer. The desire fell somewhere between a circadian rhythm – fall colors have arrived – and...
The Business of Tasting Rooms
And now, the debate about the business of tasting rooms. Somehow, one of the best developments ever to come along in craft beer is being...
Jonathan Ingram
I first heard the word that is a hybrid of cooperation and competition during the broadcast of a NASCAR race. Announcer Darrell Waltrip described...
Jonathan Ingram
For those in the business of beer, a solitary question now looms large over the beer-scape. Who’s doing well and who’s not depends on what beers they...
Denver-based Cerebral Brewing were early proponents of the merits of New England IPAs.
Back in what could be described as the heady days of the emergence of the Northeast-style IPA, I was working as the editor of The Beer Connoisseur....

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