A television reporter in Jacksonville, Fla., at the Anheuser-Busch brewery in Jacksonville.
It’s a job most people wouldn’t mind having: brewing and tasting beer. It’s part of the daily routine at the Anheuser-Busch brewery on the Northside. They brought me on board as a brewmaster to give it a shot.
And as brewmaster, it was my job not just to keep it running, but to make each of the 125 million cases brewed there every year taste just like a beer brewed on the other end of the country.
It’s part science and part art.
The most interesting fact (well down in the story)?
“One bad batch of beer means 13,000 ruined cases of Bud Light.”