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In February, my fiancé and I welcomed our handsome son Harvey to the world! His presence has been nothing short of an amazing addition to our family. And as mom prepares for her return to work, life slowly begins to transition back to normal (or so we tell ourselves). Brewing has taken a necessary back…(Read More)

In June, we joined our good friends Mike and Tom of Cold Spring Brewing for our first homebrew collaboration beer! Despite this being the first-ever Third Leap collaboration, we have always held the idea in high regard. Over the years, we have developed two basic criteria for collaboration; authentic friendship and organic foundation – and…(Read More)

Wild Beer Survey

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Every year, organizations such as the Brewers Association, IBISWorld, Hoovers, and Mintel publish craft beer industry data. These reports often detail industry performance, product & markets, competitive landscape, major companies, and operating conditions, among others. While most of the data is general, some reports highlight specific product segments (IPA, seasonal, lager, etc). Unfortunately, despite wild…(Read More)

The inspiration behind Third Leap was drawn from many sources. Regarding wild ales, I am specifically fond of Black Project’s perspective. Essentially, Black Project produces either “spontaneous” or “wild” beer, but the monikers vary quite significantly from current commercial brewery use. The “spontaneous” term is self-explanatory (beer made without adding cultured microbes whatsoever…(Read More)

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