Homebrewing and small scale experimentation is pushing the envelope in brewing. The lack of a production schedule and a required consistent core line-up allows small scale non-professional brewers and some pro brewers to explore technique, develop styles, and go out and find yeast cultures that most pro brewers don't have the time or ability to play with. Jeff is one of those homebrewers turned "yeast wizard" that is pushing beer forward. Culturing wild yeast, working to catalog yeast in every zip code and internationally, and most importantly, reminding brewers to constantly evolve and learn. He's a steward of the craft and for all the right reasons. This chat was fun and insightful but most of all, inspirational. Jeff was a reminder of why craft beer has become such a large part of our lives and why we're excited to see what breweries that make the time and space for exploration in yeast and fermentation are going to come up with next. If you brew, check out Jeff's site. Buy the yeast wrangling kit. Buy one his proprietary cultures. Brew a beer completely unique to yourself. Contribute to his project and be a part of brewing history. Most of all, explore the craft - the sky's the limit.