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    Jennifer Talley

    About Jennifer Talley

    Jennifer Talley’s brewing career began in Utah as brewmaster at Squatters Pub Brewery in Salt Lake City. She honed her skills through a variety of positions at Salt Lake Brewing Company, Redhook Brewery, Russian River Brewing Company and Auburn Alehouse in Auburn, California.

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    For me, the great collection of beer recipes in the second half, generously peppered with the personal stories of the brewers who make them, stands as the shining heart of this book. The raw brewing talent that is represented in this compendium is stunning and a testament to Jen's ability to connect with other brewers.

    - John Mallett, Director of Operations, Bell’s Brewery, Inc. and author of Malt: A Practical Guide from Field to Brewhouse


    I was so thrilled to hear Jen Talley was selected to write this book for the Brewer's Association. Jen always struck me as someone who could create anything despite whatever barriers were in her way. Way back in the early days of craft brewing, instead of seeing brewing in a low-alcohol state as a constraint, Jen found creativity and flavor. Her sincere and loyal passion for low-proof and sessionable beers resonates through this book, which contains an immense breadth of knowledge, history, and brewing recipes shared by Jen's brewing colleagues and Jen herself. It is clear from this lovingly crafted book that every brewer should embrace the art of brewing session beers, if not for the challenge, then for the reward of being able to drink more than one and still enjoy oneself. Thanks Jen—I will have another!

    - Mary Pellettieri, Co-Founder and President, La Pavia Beverages, Inc. and author of Quality Management: Essential Planning For Breweries


    A veteran of low-ABV ‘session’ brewing, Jen Talley brings an enormous amount of practical and technical information to this subject. It's obvious her time at Squatters Pub Brewery in Utah fostered respect for the art and soul of brewing beers under 4.0% ABV. As someone who has been at this business of brewing for over 20 years, I can honestly say this book provided some keen insights into the thought processes and execution behind these fickle beer styles. I guess you actually can teach an old dog new tricks. I for one cannot wait to share this information with my brewers.

    - Tomme Arthur, Co-Founder and Brewmaster, Lost Abbey and Port Brewing Co.