Thank you to everyone who has supported this show over years, as this episode marks the 8th anniversary of the podcast. You’ve donated, joined Patreon, shared episodes with your friends, listened to your favorites with your co-workers, left reviews on iTunes, Stitcher, Podcast Addict, or wherever you listen to this show. You’ve shared your comments in the show notes, gave me a call, or sent me a letter or email.
If it wasn’t for you, there wouldn’t be 500 episodes full of interviews, news, and updates about permaculture, sustainable design, and regenerative business. There wouldn’t be conversations with the authors you probably already had on your shelves such as Tao Orion, David Holmgren, Toby Hemenway, or Jessi Bloom. To hear from the latest thought leaders to elders of the community.
Without you, this show would never have become a resource to hear from the latest thought leaders and elders of the community, or where new authors would sit down to record their first media interviews.
One of those once-first-time authors is my friend Jereme Zimmerman, who joined me in 2015 to talk about Make Mead Like a Viking. He returns today for this anniversary episode to talk about his latest book, Brew Beer Like a Yeti.
Recorded in-person at Mother Earth News Fair in Seven Springs, Pennsylvania, we talk about ancient brews, interesting flavors, and the domestication of yeast. We dive into the historical importance of fermented beverages, hops, and water. How brewing was, for most of human history, of a communal nature.
Find out more about Jereme and his work at jereme-zimmerman.com.
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Thank you for joining me to celebrate 8 years of The Permaculture Podcast and this conversation with my friend Jereme Zimmerman. Until the next time, as we move into the ninth year of the show, spend each day creating the world you want to live in by fermenting tasty beverages, and taking care of Earth, yourself, and each other.
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