KC Ale Trail is a guide to the craft brewing industry in our region. Inspired by the 25-year milestone since Boulevard Brewing Company got its start, author Pete Dulin has expanded our palate by adding several smaller startup breweries to the local must-try list. Plus, beer-preneur Rafi Chaudry of Torn Label Brewing shares his insights into what makes Kansas City’s beer scene unique.
Pete chats about KC Ale Trail, local craft beer and breweries on 610 Sports, “Fescoe in the Morning,” during the Beer with the Boys 10-minute segment at the 23:19 minute mark.
Writer Pete Dulin spent a year embedded in the local craft-beer scene. His book, KC Ale Trail, looks at the last 25 years of brewing in Kansas and Missouri, coinciding with the 25th anniversaries of Boulevard Brewing Co. and Free State Brewing Co.
Scouting the Taps: KC Ale Trail
Maybe you need some help finding a new-to-you brewery in the Kansas City area. In my time writing this blog, I have had the fortune of meeting quite a few amazing individuals. One of those people, Pete Dulin recently wrote a guide to the Kansas City craft beer scene called KC Ale Trail.
Pete Dulin is a guy who cares a lot about Kansas City and more specifically about the food and the drinks that make up our great local scene. He’s already written a Kansas City centric cook book, Last Bite: 100 Simple Recipes from Kansas City’s Best Chefs and Cooks, and now he’s moving on to his next love beer. http://kcbeerblog.blogspot.com/2014/04/kc-ale-trail.html
Book Release: KC Ale Trail is a Trip Through Local Beer Scene. Five questions for author Pete Dulin.