Chris from Char Man Brand from Ojai, CA comes on the Craft Hot Sauce podcast.
Steve Seabury from High River Sauces comes onto the Craft Hot Sauce podcast to talk about Hot Sauce Expos and Festivals. High River Sauces puts on the best hot sauce expos in the country and Steve hosts them in Brooklyn, Anaheim, Portland, Albuquerque, Chicago, and will be soon expanding internationally.
Tim from Pepplish joins Brian on the Craft Hot Sauce podcast. Tim started Pepplish in 2015 and has a lot of experience that he speaks to in this episode. They talk about the funny and exciting story of starting his hot sauce company after recieving a phone call from a local high school, coming up with recipes, and a lot of other things pertaining to starting a hot sauce company.
Tim from Paulman Acre joins Brian on the seventh episode of the Craft Hot Sauce podcast. Tim backs up his experimental philosophy to his sauces and shares some interesting stories and lessons learned. Listen to the episode on your preferred podcast player or the soundclound link below.
Ben from Benito's Hot Sauce joins Brian on the sixth episode of the Craft Hot Sauce podcast. Ben shares his expertise on sourcing ingredients from local farmers and talks about the growing Vermont hot sauce scene. Listen to the episode on your preferred podcast player or the soundclound link below.
Kyle Colson is the owner of Hella Hot Hot Sauce out of Campbell, California. Brian and Kyle talk about Hot Sauce marketing, Steve Seabury's Hot Sauce Expos, some interesting partnerships he has developed along the way, and lots more. You can tell Kyle is a fun, creative, and genuine guy and it definitely translates into his Hot Sauce.
Jolene Collins of the Denver, Colorado based artisanal sriracha company Jojo's Sriracha, is our guest for the fourth Craft Hot Sauce podcast. Brian and Jojo talk about how she decided to start her business, a great fundraiser she is working on right now, and her motto (love hard, give a fuck).
Brian of Craft Hot Sauce interviews Bob Ferretti of Hot Sauce 4 Good. Hot Sauce 4 Good is a New Jersey based hot sauce company with giving back at the forefront of their mission. They donate at least $1 of every bottle of hot sauce sold to either World Vision Micro, Urban Impact, or Elijah's Promise.
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Brian of Craft Hot Sauce interviews Fabian Rueda of Pika Pika Hot Sauce. Fabian and his colleague Diego are the co-owners of the Berlin hot sauce company, and both are originally from Venezuela. Brian and Fabian talk hot sauce, the influences behind Pika Pika, and advice for starting your own hot sauce company.
On Saturday October 24th, Brian had the pleasure to meet and interview Jonathan O'Reilly of Crazy Bastard Sauce. The interview took place in the Maybachufer Markt in Kreuzberg region of Berlin on a gorgeous fall day.
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