Liquid Intrusion Brewing Company, also known as LIBCo, is indeed intruding – in the best way possible. As the first black-owned brewery in Prince George’s County, founders Andrew and Jasmine Dill are looking to disrupt the brewing market in Southern Maryland.
Andrew Dill lost his job at a beer bar when the COVID-19 lockdown began, and he was left with a lot of time on his hands. What came next was a nudge from his wife Jasmine Dill, a desire to homebrew, and a widow donating her late husband’s homebrewing equipment. Soon came Liquid Intrusion. Drew and Jasmine Dill join the show to tell us about their current beers and where we can find them. They tell the story of the brains behind the brewing of the African Queen and Her Seven Seas IPA and their plans to open a brick-and-mortar brewery.
In other news, it’s Dry January, and kudos to all participating. But our beloved breweries still need our support. So we offer non-drinking ways for how you can support them while you take the month off.
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