(Live at Pikes Peak Brewing Co.)
Regulation as neither bogeyman nor panacea, but a way of protecting out the right spaces for genuine competition to emerge.
Back in September, we recorded this episode live, both of us in person, at Pikes Peak Brewing Company in Monument, Colorado—as Stephen was out visiting Chris and just hanging out for a weekend. We talk a bit about the history of the beer industry in the 20th and 21st century, with an eye to the way that government intervention can variously make things much worse or much better, when it’s tailored just right.
…and then we failed to publish it for almost exactly 2 months, because Chris ended up with a horrible case of burnout.
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