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Andrew Jorgensen of Station Works says beer business is 'happy'

Jorgensen is one of two brewers in Ireland with a PhD in philosophy

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

@emmetjryan
29th November, 2015
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Brewer Andrew Jorgensen at Lexington Brewing and Distilling

Lots of brewers understand beer, but few take that understanding to psychological extremes. At Station Works brewery in Newry, everything proceeds under the watchful eye of a man with a PhD in philosophy.

Andrew Jorgensen, brewery supervisor at Station Works, wasn’t planning on working in beer when he was ploughing through college. He wasn’t really planning on coming to Ireland either. Jorgensen, originally from New Zealand, lives in Artane in Dublin, but his route to...

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