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Dr. Homebrew breaks down your home brewed beer and gives you the feedback you're looking for to improve your brewing! Join JP, along with his co-hosts, BJCP Master Judges Brian Cooper and Brian Schar, as they dissect listener-submitted homebrew and provide tips and tricks to improve your brewing! Have questions or want your beer evaluated on Dr. Homebrew? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Rank #1: Dr. Homebrew: Episode #138.
Today on Dr. Homebrew, we chat with Walter once again - this time with his take on the Sierra Nevada beer "Resilience IPA". Then a call all the way to Sweden, lagers, and what the homebrewing scene is like over there. It's a great show, so sit back and relax! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Rank #2: Dr. Homebrew: Episode 38 11-20-14.
Kirk is back with a Bourbon Barrel-aged Imperial Stout, and we welcome Jared to the operating room, with a Smoked and spiced Robust Porter. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The craft of distilling involves making cuts: the heads, the hearts, and the tails. You have the hearts in your glass, so we are going to bring you everything else. Each month, Heads + Tails serves up interviews, discussion, and news from the world of spirits that aims to broaden your knowledge of these amazing liquids. Have questions or comments? Email us at email@example.com. Heads + Tails is a production of The Brewing Network.
Rank #1: Heads + Tails: Lost Spirits.
Lost Spirits Distillery has what is perhaps one of the most interesting stories in craft distilling today. Bryan Davis has been tinkering with funky ways to age spirits since 2010, when he started Lost Spirits in the middle of an artichoke field out here in California. Four years and a heck of a lot of innovation later, Lost Spirits has a one-of-a-kind distillery/tasting room in the heart of Los Angeles, and Bryan is still tinkering, making waves with his various aging experiments. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Rank #2: Heads + Tails: Rogue Spirits.
Today on the show we are joined by Jake Holshue from Rogue Spirits, out of Newport, Oregon. Jake is at the helm of one of the most dynamic distillery around, and takes some time to clue us in on how he approaches not only manufacturing his spirits, but how he ages them. Jake is fortunate to have a cooperage as well as an award-winning brewery on-site, something that makes them truly unique! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Homebrewing beer. In each episode award winning brewer and beer writer Jamil Zainasheff discusses brewing a specific style of beer. Included are award winning recipes, tips for home brewing, tasting notes, and a live question and answer segment with listeners.
Rank #1: Milk Stout - Brewing With Style 12-16-14.
Jamil, Jon and Tasty discuss Milk Stout on this episode of Brewing with Style. Learn all about the style, commercial examples and how you can brew your own version of this excellent sweet stout.
Rank #2: Kolsch - Brewing With Style 02-10-15.
In this episode of Brewing With Style, Jamil, Tasty and Jon Plise discuss category 6C: Kolsch. This is another Brewcaster favorite that is very hard to find in America. Technically only brewed in Cologne, Germany, this crisp, dry and clean style is a great sessionable beer that's light on the palette and difficult to brew well for novice brewers. Tune in and find out what makes Kolsch such a fan favorite.
Quenching your thirst for more horsepower on the Craft Beer, Cider and Spirits industry. Each segment will dive into a slice of marketing, distribution, sales, events and related topics designed to help build your marketing muscle plant.
Rank #1: Shinerunner Ep15 | Sales Rep Training And Motivation.
In this exciting episode Mark addresses a listener question on how to maintain sales rep attention and focus throughout a sales incentive. He draws on personal experience, highlighting in great detail how he negotiates the most from a special event and then uses that to differentiate his sales incentive from the many others. The example he uses is the event - Fleet Week while the incentive built around the sponsorship is Battleship. Mark reveals a “secret weapon” he used in the Battleship incentive that gained much needed sales rep attention and participation resulting in record sales for the supplier. He then talks about sales rep training suggestions, the sequence, and details how to motivate this critical component of your team. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Rank #2: Shinerunner Ep16 | Wholesaler Training And Motivation.
In this revealing episode Mark shares with you his in-depth wholesaler sales rep experiences with suggestions on how to keep the distributor/supplier balance of power pendulum in the vertical. He details how to be that supplier who the distributor sales force likes and wants to sell for. He’ll provide the listener with a list of check-off items on what to do and what not to do when addressing this invaluable “internal customer.” Mark also drops another “Mark-ism” – “Tempered Tenacity” and explains why this is a crucial strategy to adopt in the wholesaler/distributor relationship. He urges the listener to zig when others zag and to be the middle linebacker, not the cheerleader when it comes to working with their wholesaler partners. A must listen for those who realize that they are competing for limited wholesaler “share of mind.” Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Hosted by Jay Goodwin, co-founder of The Rare Barrel in Berkeley, California, The Sour Hour is an in-depth look into the process of making wild ales. With the help of some of the best mixed-fermentation brewers in the world, Jay discusses the techniques required to make world class sour beer. Have a question or comment? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Rank #1: The Sour Hour - Episode 3.
The Sour Hour broadcasts live from The Hop Grenade as Cory King, head brewer for Perennial Artisan Ales and founder of Side Project Brewery, joins Jay and Moscow to discuss his lineup of stellar, small-batch sour beers. This episode also features brewin' brother Roberto of HopTech Homebrew and his sours made using Heretic's wort and The Rare Barrel's yeast. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Rank #2: The Sour Hour - Episode 4.
On this episode of The Sour Hour, Jay and Moscow are joined by Troy Casey of Casey Brewing and Blending out of Glenwood Springs, Colorado. Tune in as the crew discusses innovative aging and blending techniques along with special guest Khris Johnson of Florida's Green Bench Brewing Company. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Come and Brew It Radio is an audio podcast series brought to you by Stubby's Texas Brewing Inc. featuring a regular rotation of TBI staff, industry friends, and expert guests meant to bring you great brewing information. This podcast along with our Come and Brew It video series are intended to make you better brewers! Be sure to check us out at Txbrewing.com for more information and our other series of educational resource videos, along with a great selection of products.
Rank #1: Episode 60 - The Grainfather.
In this episode, we discuss our favorite new shop toy, The Grainfather, an electric all-in-one all-grain system. It allows you to mash, recirculate, mash-out, sparge, boil, and chill your wort, all in one 5 to 6 gallon system. Several of us have had a chance to try out the Grainfather at home and we’ve been using it regularly at the shop to brew test batches and kit samples. Plus, it’s also being used for experimental batches at local breweries AND we have a growing number of customers who have bought one for themselves after seeing it in action. For this episode, we invited one of those customers--Eric Tomme--into the studio to lend a hand in discussing the details and the pros and cons of the system.
Rank #2: Episode 112 - Style Hour: The Pilsners.
In this episode, we go over the 3 versions of one of our favorite styles: The Pilsner. The 2015 BJCP guidelines have reorganized the previous descriptions, but there are generally 3 variations including German, Czech, and American. Yet, the core of each is that easy to drink, crisp, refreshing light lager character, backed up with a nice hoppiness. We try a few and discuss the differences and considerations for brewing them.
Brew Strong, with hosts Jamil Zainasheff and John Palmer, combines the two most prominent authors and figures in homebrewing today in a live beer radio format that allows listeners to pose beginning and advanced brewing questions to expert hosts and guests from the Craft Beer industry. Designed as a brewing geek's must-listen show, Brew Strong is your source for cutting edge beer and brewing information, answers to technical questions, as well as a guide to a greater appreciation of all things beer. Have questions or comments? Email us at email@example.com
Rank #1: Brew Strong: Yeast Starters Revisited 12-18-17.
Homebrewing beer. This week on Brew Strong, Jamil and John Palmer revisit one of our favorite and most important topics; Yeast Starters. Tune in as our experts take listener questions on all things yeast starters to dispel some of the myths and misconceptions on the topic. If you've been a fan of the show for awhile, you know how important Jamil views yeast starters in homebrewing. Along with our other shows on the topic, this episode will help to dive deeper into some of the common questions surrounding producing yeast starters. Also, don't forget to check out the book that Jamil co-authored for a complete discussion on yeast, Yeast: The Practical Guide to Beer Fermentation. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Rank #2: Brew Strong: Going Pro - Nano Brewing 11-26-12.
Homebrewing beer. In this episode of Brew Strong Jamil and John Palmer discuss the costs and equipment associated with setting up a professional nano brewery. If you are considering taking the plunge into pro brewing but want to start small, this show will help you plan the feasibility of nano brewing. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
A show that defies description...or at least isn't really worth spending the time to describe.
Rank #1: Lunch Meet 11-09-07.
Lunch Meet, fighting the good fight
Rank #2: Lunch Meet 03-07-08.
More Meat For The Masses.
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Rank #1: Lagering in a keg and a discussion on the differences between base malts — HHH Ep. 117.
It’s almost the end of January and Todd is still dry. In case you haven’t been keeping up; Todd made a pledge to not drink a single beer (actually, to not have a single drink of any alcohol) for the entire month of January. Believe it or not, he’s kept to it which is way better than how I’m keeping up with my resolution to work out more and quit eating breakfast cereal for every meal. ANYWAY – We’re super proud of Todd but he has assured me that the first episode of February will be a wonderful return for him so we are definitely looking forward to that. On Today’s Show Today’s show is a fantastic Q&A episode discussing your questions about lagering in a keg as well as the differences in base malts. Many folks like to simplify their brew process and fermenting in a keg is an extremely common practice, but what about lagering in a keg? Do you lager/cold crash/cold condition your beers at all? Then we dive into the surface level of base malts and their differences. This is when I should mention how grateful I am for James and Todd’s knowledge because I was totally ready to just Google this question and read off a screen but my favorite co-hosts were able to join me for this week’s episode! We want to hear from you! As always, If you have a question that you’d like us to discuss on a future episode, please click on the “Submit a Question” link at the top of our website or you can now call in your questions via our questions hotline @ 325-305-6107 and leave your message after the beep. Let us know what you think and enjoy the show! cheers, joshua Today’s show is brought to you by Kegconnection.com! Check out Kegconnection’s brand new “Brewer’s Club Rewards” program which gives you points for every purchase and the ability to earn FREE points simply by sharing content or participating in various activities. You can redeem your points for discounts on future orders, FREE SHIPPING, FREE GIFTS, and a whole lot more so go to Kegconnection.com for more information. Homebrew Happy Hour listeners who shop at Kegconnection.com can use the promo code “HHH” to receive 5% off your order.
Rank #2: Upgrading your fermentation equipment — Ep. 153.
Happy weekend, homebrewer! Thank you for joining us for yet another episode of the Homebrew Happy Hour … the podcast where we answer YOUR homebrewing questions and discuss all things related to craft beer! On Today’s Show: Todd and James join me for a fun filled episode of the show! We catch up with the birthday boy, Mr. Carlson, about him turning 50. We also are reminded how annoyed Todd gets by me and how much he’s looking forward to me starting to gush about Founder’s Breakfast Stout (can you sense the sarcasm yet?). We also eventually take a couple of questions and it’s this segment of the show that I’m most thankful for Todd and James! Kidding aside — I would also like to remind everyone that our very first Patreon exclusive LIVE Q&A is THIS FRIDAY (October 25th) at 6pm in our private Facebook group that you can join at ANY level of our Patreon community. The lovely Lorena Evans will be taking your questions and it’s going to be a blast! We want to hear from you! If you have a question that you’d like us to discuss on a future episode, please click on the “Submit a Question” link at the top of our website or you can now call in your questions via our questions hotline @ 325-305-6107 and leave your message after the beep. This is a friendly reminder that, if we choose your question for a future episode, we give you a $25 gift card to that episode’s sponsor! Let us know what you think and enjoy the show! cheers, joshua Become a Patron! Reminder that these episodes are ultimately made possible because of YOUR support. Consider becoming a member of our newly launched Patreon page and receive perks such as merch, exclusive group access and content, recipes, and some tiers even get monthly recipe kits mailed to you! ————————– October’s Patreon Giveaway: https://www.kegconnection.com/soda-carbonating-kits-with-no-co2-bottle/ October’s Patreon Featured Recipe: https://www.kegconnection.com/koln-kolsch-true-to-style-all-grain-recipe-kit/ https://www.patreon.com/HomebrewHappyHour Bohemian Pilsner that James brewed – All Grain: https://homebrewsupply.com/bohemian-pilsner-all-grain-recipe-kit/ Extract: https://homebrewsupply.com/bohemian-pilsner-extract-recipe-kit/ 02:28 – Todd’s idea for promoting our Patreon 07:41 – New recipes we’re developing 08:56 – News and exclusives for our Patreon community 12:00 – Update one James’ latest brew, a Bohemian Pilsner 15:40 – HAPPY BIRTHDAY, JAMES! 18:13 – Question 1, upgrading fermentation equipment 34:50 – Question 2, using a kegerator to serve and ferment?
The original live show that brings professional brewer and homebrewer interviews, and the best in beer-tainment, right to you as we talk about homebrewing beer and craft brewing. Each episode covers specific brewing topics to inform and entertain, and world class professional brewers as guests. All the fun of real radio, without the boredom. Live listeners can participate and ask questions by joining our chatroom. Watch the live show at YouTube.com/brewingnetwork. Have a brewing question or suggestion? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Rank #1: The Session 10-10-10 Great South Bay Brewery.
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Rank #2: The Session 04-10-11 Stephen Beaumont.
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The Craft Beer Showdown Podcast, brought to you by Craft Beer Academy, takes two people in the Craft Beer world and compares different topics to see who comes out on top. The Showdown will include everything from breweries, beers, styles of beers, seasons, releases, and even vintages of a specific beer. We will also cover home-brewing topics and interviews. 2 Beers Enter, 1 Beer Leaves. Whether you are a seasoned brewer, or someone just starting in craft beer, there's something for everyone.
Rank #1: CBA 014 – Better Home Brewing.
Welcome to session 14 of the Craft Beer Showdown Podcast. This week I’m really excited to have Andy Kwiatkowski on the show to talk all things home brewing and how the average home brewer can be better. Just before this episode airs the Craft Beer Showdown Podcast has reached 4,000 downloads. I really want to thank […] The post CBA 014 – Better Home Brewing appeared first on Craft Beer Academy.
Rank #2: CBA 020 – 7 Tips For Home Brewing Success With Andy.
Welcome to session 20 of the Craft Beer Showdown Podcast. In this episode I sat down again with my good friend Andy to pick his brain about some home brewing tips, tricks, and what he considers the top seven tips for home brewing success. I first talked to Andy about home brewing back in session […] The post CBA 020 – 7 Tips For Home Brewing Success With Andy appeared first on Craft Beer Academy.
Oh yes, believe it. Finally, the two worlds of biking and brewing collide – to be clear, not in the form of drunk bike riding. Commuters and shredders alike, tune in to the latest in craft beer delivered to you by people who understand your love for man-powered, two-wheeled contraptions.
Rank #1: Bikes + Beer: Graeme from McClellan’s Brewing and Homebrew Kevin I.
Our good friends Graeme Hirstwood and Kevin Otting stopped by the bar to chat about the ProAm Beer they’re brewing for this year’s GABF. AnRead more The post Bikes + Beer: Graeme from McClellan’s Brewing and Homebrew Kevin I appeared first on The Brewing Network.
Rank #2: Bikes + Beer: Purpose Brewing And Cellars.
In their first podcast, veteran radio hosts Linsey Cornish, Zach Yendra and Logan Vonbokel, bring The Bikes + Beer Show to The Brewing Network! BasedRead more The post Bikes + Beer: Purpose Brewing And Cellars appeared first on The Brewing Network.
Homebrew Bound is a show dedicated to exploring the world of homebrewing, beer experimentation and helping you make the best beer possible.
Rank #1: Every Style Challenge: American IPA.
This week we cover the American IPA for the Every Style Challenge
Rank #2: Contract Brewing.
This week we talk about a beer that Ryck brewed, the Sierra Nevada Resilience IPA and the interesting world of Contract Brewing
Basic Brewing Video is about brewing great beers and meads at home and cooking up wonderful things to go with them.
Rank #1: August 16, 2019 - No-Chill Ozark Amber Ale.
Steve steps into no-chill brewing with this dry-hopped amber ale brewed at his shop on Big Brew Day.
Rank #2: September 19, 2014 - Habanero Hot Sauce and Scotch Ale.
James brews up a malty Scotch Ale, and Steve heads to the kitchen with special guest, Ed Nicholson, to cook up an amazing habenero hot sauce to pair with it.
Rank #1: Episode #31: Farmhouse, Saison & Biere de Garde w/ Andrew Addkison of The Farmhouse Obsession.
Addrew Addkison, author of The Farmhouse Obsession Blog Take a trip to the farm this weekend as we cover Farmhouse ales and Saisons! Andrew Addkinson, from The Farmhouse Obsession blog, joins us via Skype to discuss his obsession with these historical styles. We also welcome back into the studio, this time as a guest host, Eric Mitchell, Head Brewer at Heist Brewing Company in Charlotte, NC. Some of you may remember Eric from our Belgian Trappist Show a while back, as well as his appearance on our Sourfest show. Andrew shares his experiences with brewing Bieres De Garde while Eric drops his knowledge of his Saisons brewed at both home and Heist. We cover recipe development including malt and hops selection as well as dig deep into yeasts and bugs to make great examples of these styles. Beer/Brewery industry news/updates: NC Brewers Guild & Arizona Brewers Guild Wager :send 5 beers from AZ Breweries along with 5 foods to go along w/ beers and host collab beer and NC names the beer “Bud Sour” is an idea in Anheuser Busch;s Reasearch Pilot Brewery is throwing around Oscar Blue’s Deviant Dales IPA no longer will be available year around, changing to a seasonal release. AB-InBev buys up another Brewery, this time it is a European craft brewer named Camden Town Brewery Around Town Segment Devils Backbone/NoDa Collab Release Party. How To Find Us: iTunes Stitcher www.fermentationnation.net FaceBook Twitter @Ferm_Nation Instagram @ Ferm_Nation
Rank #2: Episode #13 Intro to Sours & The MadFermentationist.
We’re back! It’s April 13th and this is our 13th Episode of Fermentation Nation! Whoever says the number 13 is unlucky didn’t just dive into the world of Brewing with Bugs by interviewing the Mad Fermentationist, Mike Tonsmeire, author of “American Sour Beers”. (http://www.themadfermentationist.com/) We sample and discuss some incredible homebrewed sours and some commercial beers Daan & Joe picked up at Salud Beer Shop (http://www.saludbeershop.com/) in Charlotte, NC. As Mark gets ready to venture off to the great white north, we welcome Michael Thomas to the show. Daan and Joe admit to having single-ply problems while their wives are out of town. Special thanks to our sponsor House of Brews. (http://house-of-brews.com/) April’s special is a 20% discount on all in-stock grains. Use promo code: FOOLSDAY2015 Timeline: Intro: 0:00 – 2:15 What’s Going On: 2:15 – 25:00 Industry News: 25:00 – 35:00 Brewing w/ Bugs: 35:10 – 1:50:00 Mike Tonsmeire “The Mad Fermentationist”: 1:51:00 – 3:05:00