“I think today Brooklyn Lager is in 36 or 37 countries,” Oliver told Men’s Journal. “I’ve had it everywhere from Shanghai to Australia. What was a strange little beer 25 or 30 years ago, has grown into the everyday beer for people all over the world.”
Oliver first joined Brooklyn Brewery in 1994.
“At that time, I think Brooklyn Lager had started to lose its way, flavor-wise, so I just kind of tightened things up,” Oliver said. “When Brooklyn Lager was introduced, beer was this kind of yellow, fizzy liquid. That was the stuff people knew as beer.”… Read the rest