We are craft brewers and wine makers. He’s a Georgia boy, she’s a Texas girl. Together, we’re The Brewer and The Baker. And I think we’re pretty fun to be around
Requests for Content & Copyright Information
Please note that the material you find on The Brewer and The Baker is subject to copyright and protected under the DMCA. You may not use any content from this site in any other media without permission from the copyright holder. Please see below:
I’m a content curator/editor for a publication/blogger for a site that gets 4 gajillion hits a day – and we’d like to use your photo and/or recipe on our site/blog/publication!
I’m flattered The content you see here on The Brewer and The Baker is copyrighted but I do consider all requests for content on a case-by-case basis. I typically do not grant photo+recipe usage but am happy to provide a high-res photo for your use with proper attribution: a link from your publication to the recipe on The Brewer and The Baker and/or photo credit (a link to the The Brewer and The Baker homepage). Please contact me for photo requests.
I’m a blogger and I made a recipe I found here, can I post it to my personal blog?
Hopefully that means you liked it! Of course, please do rewrite the instructions in your own words and use your own photograph. You don’t have to link back to the original recipe but bloggers are awesome – and link-backs are how I’ve found some of my favorite blogs!
I’m a blogger, too – can I use your photo in a roundup on my personal blog?
The content you see here on The Brewer and The Baker is copyrighted. Please email me before using a photograph to avoid copyright violation. Usage granted must be accompanied by proper attribution (a link to the recipe on The Brewer and The Baker) and/or photo credit (a link to the The Brewer and The Baker homepage).
I’m a blogger, too – can I copy your photo and recipe to my personal blog?
Text, recipe instructions, and head notes/recipe descriptions may not be reprinted. Please reference above two questions for photo usage and recipe usage.