Juicy IPA Showdown - #288
Comparing Juicy IPAs from New England and the Midwest with beers from Trillium and Transient Artisan Ales.
15 Jun 2017
Shaun Hill of Hill Farmstead Brewery Part 1 NEW AUDIO - Episode #251A
Continuing our series of interviews at the Shelton Brothers Festival, Michael Kiser and I sit down with Shaun Hill of Hill Farmstead Brewery.
18 Dec 2014
Pumpkin Beers 2012 - Episode #138
Pumpkin beers have become one of the most popular seasonal offerings for American craft brewers. With so many to choose from, we decided to do a follow up show to last years' pumpkin tasting, with a fresh batch of four fall pumpkin beers.
23 Sep 2012
Treehouse Brewing - Episode #267
Treehouse brewing has been making big waves out of tiny Monson, Massachusetts for their hoppy pales. Let's give a few of them a taste.
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It simply can't be overstated: Sam Adams Utopias, a barrel-aged beer fermented to 27% alcohol is unlike any beverage ever brewed. This is a very special show, so I'll just shut up and let you watch!
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Wet Hop Beers - Episode #29
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Czech Pilsners - Episode #34
Although the original pilsners came from the Czech Republic, they are often overshadowed by their crisper, lighter German cousins. Today we go back to the original source of Pils, tasting the first ever golden lager, as well as two more of it's Czech counterparts.
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