People from all over the U.S. (and the world!) have e-mailed us to ask if there was way that they could help financially support Chop & Brew. These good folks say they want to make sure we can keep producing high-quality, educational — and most importantly, entertaining — episodes about homebrewing and cooking.

Now there is a way. If you are interested, please consider contributing to Chop & Brew at the PayPal link below. You can choose the amount, or you can subscribe.

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The krewe really appreciates any help you can give and we welcome feedback as well on episodes past, present and future at

Chip Walton
Producer, Chop & Brew


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  2. George Whitehead

    Love ya work men………………………..just planted our first rhizomes of Perle hops this Spring in Australia (way down south in Victoria, SE Aust), they are just poking thru now, so we are on the job trellising. Yesterday, i felt completely at sea with this hop growing caper, but now after a couple of IPA homies and your posts, we are now full bottle on what to do!
    Respect………….and remember, luck favours the brave

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  9. Curt

    Hey Chip, I love the videos that you are producing on mainly beer and brewing. I wrote Northern Brewer complaining about “what happened to you 3 amigos”, but after tracking things down, found you here and the answer to my question. Hey what happened to Jake? I can only hope that the 3 of you guys get back together again to do more videos. Its the 3 different personalities that made this thing fly. No discredit to you. Looking forward to more!


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  11. Klinsmanni

    Ok, now that I am a stakeholder of this institution (I donated 5$ :D) I feel like I should tell you guys what I want to see more of 😛
    I really like the straight forward “normal” brew sessions, where you brew a beer, show a bit of the brewing process and then talk about the results. I think that’s really educational and entertaining at the same time.
    Keep up the great work 🙂

    • Thanks for the contribution AND the feedback! I have video of a few brew days on tap that need to be edited and we have a lot of good ideas coming up for late summer, fall and into winter. They will hopefully be worked in between all the NHC footage we’ve got stockpiled as well. This sure was easier when it was part of my day job! 🙂 Chip