Welcome to Lebanon, Tennessee, just outside of Nashville, where you’ll find one of Tennessee’s newest breweries in an historical town square. Where, after challenges in the changing music industry and the somewhat dull nature of IT work, you’ll find a brewer excited about what Cedar City Brewing Company is bringing to the craft beer scene.
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We have partnered up with Malteurop Malting Company (MMC) to highlight some phenomenal craft breweries for American Craft Beer Week, May 15-21, 2023. Whether it’s ACBW or just any other Wednesday, be sure to celebrate the breweries that you love – no matter the day of the week!
Meet Sean Jewett from Cedar City Brewing Company
Cedar City is the brewery, but Sean is the artist behind it as its Head Brewer. With a background in music and IT, Sean Jewett comes to brewing with an artistic yet scientific stance. After a shift in the music industry and a lack of excitement and artistry in IT Sean found the perfect fit in brewing beer.
Bringing the classics to small town Tennessee, Sean believes beer should be approachable and drinkable for everyone. Not everything has to shift and change and be unique. There’s always someone doing that. Sean strives to make classic beers that are great companions for the conversations had while drinking them.
That’s one of the reasons he switched from IT to beer – the conversations, connections, and community that surrounds it.
“My Mac users never call me, the Windows users are the bane of my existence, but at the end of a hard day at the brewery there’s still a beer waiting for you.”– Sean Jewett, Head Brewer at Cedar City Brewing Co
Classic Beers, Community, Yeast, and Music
Join us as we chat with Sean about Cedar City, his journey through ever-changing industries and finding his passion in beer. We also chat music, food, and delve a little deep into the world of yeast. There’s always something brewing when it comes to conversations centered around beer.
Oh, and being so close to Nashville, we can’t resist giving you a bit of a rundown on the Craft Brewers Conference that just happened there and Nashville’s music and craft beer scene. It’s a rockin’ – or should we say boot-stompin’ – good time!
Connect with Cedar City Brewing Company
Cedar City Brewing Company
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Malteurop Celebrates Craft Breweries During American Craft Beer Week & Beyond
American Craft Beer Week, May 15-21, 2023, celebrates craft breweries across the nation. Malteurop Malting Co (MMC) is proud to highlight just a few of these remarkable breweries. So, grab a glass and raise it high in recognition of the thousands of craft breweries that work relentlessly to craft the beer that we all love to gather around!
Head to Memphis for some meddling!
Want more Malteurop inspired stories behind the beer? We’ve got it – At Meddlesome in Memphis!
2023 World Beer Cup and CBC
Pictures are worth a thousand words, plus we’ve got the winners of the 2023 World Beer Cup.
Like a little more punk in your beer?
Listen to our talk with Ratio Beerworks in Denver to get your fix of music flavored beer!
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Take a look at our guide to finding some of the best breweries in the south, including Tennessee!
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“We appreciate you highlighting our brewery on your podcast, your enthusiasm for craft breweries, travel and adventure and the patronage of not only you, but the friends you bring into Tres Litros.”Jason at Tres Litros Beer Co
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A great big shout out to Rick Barney, MMC’s Distilling & Craft Sales Manager for Kentucky, Ohio, and Tennessee. Not only did you hook us up with Sean from Cedar City, but anytime we pass through your neck of the woods, you’re a brilliant guide to all things craft!
Sean, thanks so much for spending time with us to chat beer, music, and Nashville! How can you go wrong with any of these subjects!