Devin Mills Hits the Small Screen

Last night our very own Devin Mills hit the small screen (television, that is) for the first time working with Tim Smith (Climax Moonshine) on Discovery Channel’s new show “Moonshiners: Whiskey Business”.

In this episode, Devin helps Tim clean-up and re-design the Three Bros. Distillery facility in Virginia. This small Virginia distillery is known for their off-beat ‘Naval-style’ Gin, Silk Jacket. The owners of Three Bros. are looking for help in making a better product and trying to bring it to a wider market.

Check out the episode on Discovery Channel’s website!


First Episode Hits

The first official episode of Discovery Channel’s – Moonshiners: Whiskey Business debuted last night! Now, this first episode just has Tim Smith (climax Moonshine) in it, but we’re excited to see the premiere nonetheless of this new show. Our founder here at BoozeWerks, Devin Mills, will be in the upcoming episodes starting on Wednesday the 20th, and we can’t wait.

In the meantime, head over to Discovery Channel’s show website to watch the first episode as Tim Smith helps save a Carolina distillery from closing its doors.


Raise A Pint To Charlie

Relax, Don’t Worry, and Have A Home-Brew

It’s hard to believe that it’s been over 40-years since Charlie hit the American beer scene, bringing home-brew to all. But with his trademark phrase, he helped to usher in a revolution in American Craft Beer. The Brewers Association (the professional trade association that he headed, along with the consumer-side American Homebrewers Association or AHA) has put together a quick little tribute video to Charlie – and they went digging through the archives for some of this old footage.

As the charismatic President of the AHA since its founding in 1979, Charlie recently stepped down from the position in 2016 – but still remained the public face for so many in the industry. We here at BoozeWerks firmly believe that if it weren’t for Charlie leading the charge to bring Home-brewing back into the American households (after President Carter signed it into law in 1978), the Craft Beer industry that we are a part of now would not be where it is today. Charlie was instrumental in helping nurture the culture and inspire many of the major names in the American Craft Beer scene today.

So, we raise a Pint to you Charlie! And to many more to come!