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Keith Huizinga

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Keith Huizinga is co-owner of  Kinslahger Brewing Company and an unabashed beer geek. The first step on his beer journey took place during the spring of 1991 while studying international business in the Netherlands. It was then that he discovered a world of beer that was far deeper and broader than most Americans could imagine.

After his trip he began to apply my interest in cooking to the exploration of home brewing. Taking the hobby rather seriously, he became a certified beer judge within a couple years and continued his exploration of all things beer through extensive travel, study, brewing and intentional drinking ever since. 

In 2015, Huizinga expanded his beer related credentials by passing the rigorous testing requirements to acquire the title of Certified Cicerone. The Cicerone program challenges its members to demonstrate deep knowledge of beer styles, service, brewing and pairing with food.

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Beer into glass

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Musings on the importance of malt in the brewing process. more

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