Owner of The Beer Temple Chris Quinn sits down with craft beer insiders to discuss the topics that matter most to them.
Rank #1: Episode #76 - Keith's Zipline to Hopcat.
Episode 76 of The Insiders Roundtable! Recorded Live at the Co-Prosperity Sphere in Chicago.Guests: Steve Mastny @BeerDownloadKeith LemckeMike Schallau @MikeSchallauEric Kapraun @SenorBistecBeer Picks: Chris - Pfungstadter SchwarzMike - DustEric - DustSteve - Buckledown FritzicuffsKeith - New Belgium Bretta IPAIntro and Outro music: Gorilla Meat by JoggerUYD4L!
Rank #2: Episode #22 - Some Thanks I Get.
Episode 22 of The Insiders Roundtable! Not Recorded Live at the Co-Prosperity Sphere in Chicago. "Guests": Ed Marzewski of Marz Community Brewing, Stephen Freshnock of The Beer Temple, Grant Pauly of Three Sheeps. Intro and Outro music: Gorilla Meat by Jogger. UYD4L!
Beer gurus Augie Carton (Carton Brewing) and John Holl (Craft Beer & Brewing Magazine) get to the bottom of the day’s most pressing craft beer issues with help from opinionated brewer friends, know-it-all barkeeps, and smarmy industry insiders. For each episode, Augie and John will blind-taste and dissect two beers on air (provided by that episode’s guest) while discussing current beer topics, news, and styles.
Rank #1: Episode 180 - Joel Ford, Threes Brewing.
Episode 180 - Joel Ford, Threes Brewing <img class="thumb-image" data-image="https://images.squarespace-cdn.com/content/v1/534036f1e4b047d0e06ecd0f/1537797815557-C5FH6SPP9TG5Y1E2I00Y/ke17ZwdGBToddI8pDm48kEbJs2c2VOKmO1jKFXPicIdZw-zPPgdn4jUwVcJE1ZvWQUxwkmyExglNqGp0IvTJZUJFbgE-7XRK3dMEBRBhUpylfNbBRu2SOVvqapx8FwOJPjrzm_bRtGDtQt2Usi..." data-image-dimensions="544x493" data-image-focal-point="0.5,0.5" alt="joel-threes.jpg" data-load="false" data-image-id="5ba8eeb724a69414e2085cdb" data-type="image" src="https://images.squarespace-cdn.com/content/v1/534036f1e4b047d0e06ecd0f/1537797815557-C5FH6SPP9TG5Y1E2I00Y/ke17ZwdGBToddI8pDm48kEbJs2c2VOKmO1jKFXPicIdZw-zPPgdn4jUwVcJE1ZvWQUxwkmyExglNqGp0IvTJZUJFbgE-7XRK3dMEBRBhUpylfNbBRu2SOVvqapx8FwOJPjrzm_bRtGDtQt2Usi..." /> Happy Monday, Thieves! We're playing with the timeline a little this week—we welcome Joel Ford, brewer/barrel master of Brooklyn’s Threes Brewing in an episode that we recorded BEFORE our recent live audience show. We took a stab at guessing how we did. Tune in and see if we got it right! As always, get at us with comments and suggestions! **Want to support us? We have launched a PATREON Page. Click here to let us know you care!** As always, you can email your questions, complaints, whimpers, or whines to us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We read everything we get and we'll try to respond as quickly as we can. If not online, then on air. And THANKS! You can subscribe to STB on iTunes and PLEASE LEAVE US A REVIEW!!! Co-hosts: Augie Carton & John Holl Producer: Justin Kennedy Engineer: Brian Casse Music: "Abstract Concepts - What Up in the Streets" by Black Ant.
Rank #2: Episode 244 - Drink Beer, Think Beer with John Holl.
Episode 244 - Drink Beer, Think Beer with John Holl <img class="thumb-image" data-image="https://images.squarespace-cdn.com/content/v1/534036f1e4b047d0e06ecd0f/1576523334147-C60JGXDXNKSW7QVL24LE/ke17ZwdGBToddI8pDm48kJK4Mm1kch8SFO9ZNkN1NT97gQa3H78H3Y0txjaiv_0fDoOvxcdMmMKkDsyUqMSsMWxHk725yiiHCCLfrh8O1z5QHyNOqBUUEtDDsRWrJLTmFk_H6M1tkD9NpL7mXa..." data-image-dimensions="1080x1080" data-image-focal-point="0.5,0.5" alt="84212eff-170c-42a7-99e9-a1edce8f5865.jpg" data-load="false" data-image-id="5df7d64521d7c1442ae41adf" data-type="image" src="https://images.squarespace-cdn.com/content/v1/534036f1e4b047d0e06ecd0f/1576523334147-C60JGXDXNKSW7QVL24LE/ke17ZwdGBToddI8pDm48kJK4Mm1kch8SFO9ZNkN1NT97gQa3H78H3Y0txjaiv_0fDoOvxcdMmMKkDsyUqMSsMWxHk725yiiHCCLfrh8O1z5QHyNOqBUUEtDDsRWrJLTmFk_H6M1tkD9NpL7mXa..." /> Happy Monday, Thieves! Holl has gone wondering again. You might have heard Augie and John talking last week about a new podcast "Drink Beer, Think Beer" an effort Holl is doing with a newly formed media company called Beer Edge. His weekly podcast gets to the bottom of every pint with brewers, growers, and industry leaders on all aspects of the brewing industry. From ingredients and process, to philosophy and the art in each beer, the podcast is hosted by long-time journalist John Holl and is available on all the major podcast platforms. Beer Edge releases new episodes of Drink Beer, Think Beer with John Holl every Wednesday. To get the Thieves caught up, here's episode one (there's currently nine shows available with Mr. Carton scheduled to be guest 10 this Wednesday), recorded in Belgium in November with Matt Brynildson of Firestone Walker Brewing Co. Visit the website "Drink Beer, Think Beer" and subscribe on your favorite podcast platform because you can never have too many beer podcasts in your life. Let us know what you think! **Want to support us? We have launched a PATREON Page. Click here to let us know you care!** As always, you can email your questions, complaints, whimpers, or whines to us at email@example.com. We read everything we get and we'll try to respond as quickly as we can. If not online, then on air. And THANKS! You can subscribe to STB on iTunes and PLEASE LEAVE US A REVIEW!!! Co-hosts: Augie Carton & John Holl Producer: Justin Kennedy Engineer: Brian Casse Music: "Abstract Concepts - What Up in the Streets" by Black Ant.
A beer podcast from WBEZ, Chicago's public radio station. Hosted by Andrew Gill and Alison Cuddy, episodes are recorded where ever good beer is found and include interviews with brewers, artists and craft beer lovers.
Rank #1: Brewing outside the lines with Mountain Brew and Scratch Brewing (Episode 75).
We talk with Tim Matson, the author of Mountain Brew a guide to illegal homebrewing in 1970s Vermont. We also talk with the owners of Scratch Brewing, a brewery in the middle of a Southern Illinois forest obsessed with foraged ingredients.We discuss the first craft beer cruise and the results of the #dirtylines movement in Boston.We also hear calls from listeners and celebrate winning the Best Beer Podcast for a second year from the North American Guild of Beer Writers.To find out about our next projects go to http://tinyletter.com/beerpodcast
Rank #2: A beery world history in comic book form (Episode 74).
We talk with the authors of The Comic Book Story of Beer, Jonathan Hennessey and Mike Smith. They explain the role beer played in wars and revolutions throughout world history.We also discuss recent sales and acquisitions in the craft beer world including Lagunitas and Virtue Cider. We drink a barrel-aged Scottish Ale from Sketchbook Brewing.
For more than 35 years, All About Beer Magazine has delivered the best in beer news and information. Discover the latest beers, trends and conversations with brewers—in print and on your tablet, smartphone and computer!
Rank #1: Episode 15: After Two Beers with Steve Dresler of Sierra Nevada Brewing Co..
In the latest episode of After Two Beers, Jon Page speaks with Sierra Nevada Brewing Co.'s Steve Dresler. Dresler, the brewery's longtime brewmaster, retired last month. In the podcast, Dresler discusses what those early days of Sierra Nevada were like, the beers of which he is most proud, and the beer industry's future as well as his own.
Rank #2: Episode 14: After Two Beers with Matt Van Wyk of Alesong Brewing and Blending.
Matt Van Wyk has been brewing for nearly two decades, and always for someone else’s company. Last year he became one of three partners at Alesong Brewing & Blending in Eugene, Oregon. In a recent conversation on “After Two Beers,” a podcast with All About Beer Magazine editor John Holl, Van Wyk talked about the path to (and the pitfalls of) starting a brewery. Van Wyk also discussed the art of blending beer, what it was like brewing the highly sought after Wooden Hell again, and why he cringes when some people talk about sour beers.
We're here to help you and your friends learn to like more than one kind of beer. There's lots of different beers to like. Some are made right down the street from where you live and others have to travel half way around the world to get to you. Learn why beer tastes like it does, how other styles came about, and all the verbs you might use to describe what you are tasting. The best part is the home work is beer!Beer School topics include: beer, culture, brewing, stories, guides to styles and much, much, more. You don't have to like every beer but don't drink the same beer day after day.
Rank #1: Back to School.
call the Beer School Robot!424-242-3375Beer School everywhere:http://www.facebook.com/beerschool http://youtube.com/beerschoolFollow JohnFoster and BeerSchool on Twitter.comBe sure to visit City Beer Store in San Francisco, CAEmail us at firstname.lastname@example.orgGood noon! Recorded in San Francisco on August 16, 2010.Beer School and "The Homework is Beer" are a trademarks of Ayer Media, Inc.© 2010 Ayer Media, Inc.
Rank #2: Class Reunion.
Class ReunionHost: John Foster, Motor and Rosie the InternLooks for us in San Francisco, CA.Email us at email@example.comGood noon!Not recorded at the Rat Pad. Recorded in San Francisco on 01/18/2007.BeerSchool and BeerSchool.com are a trademarks of Ayer Media, Inc.© 2008 Ayer Media, Inc.
Craft Beer Radio, a mostly weekly discussion exploring the world of craft beer since 2005. Hosted by Jeff Bearer and Greg Weiss.
Rank #1: CBR 489: The name is the thing.
Beers Bell’s Hopslam Santa Fe 7K IPA Thee Notch’d Peeled Oak Golden Sour (Blend 3) Zywiec 1881 Porter Port City Long Black Veil Andechs Weissbier Hell Rankings: Jeff: 1. Santa Fe 2. Andechs 3. Zywiec 4. Three Notch’d 5. Bell’s 6. Port City Greg: 1. Santa Fe 2. Andechs 3. Zyviec 4. Three Notch’d 5. Bell’s 6. Port City Social: @craftbeerradio on Twitter CBR on Facebook Support CBR: Subscribe or Donate Review CBR on iTunes CBR Amazon Store Extras: Preshow Postshow
Rank #2: CBR 467: Jeff is no longer permitted to write titles..
Beers East End Highway to Huell * Tool Sur Motueka Off Color Little Friend * Provided By Brewer Rankings: Jeff: 1. Off Color 2. Tool 3. East End Social: @craftbeerradio on Twitter CBR on Facebook Support CBR: Subscribe or Donate Review CBR on iTunes CBR Amazon Store Extras: Preshow
About the art, culture, economics and business of beer and brewing with hosts Jeff Alworth (The Beer Bible, The Secrets of Master Brewers) and Oregon State University economics professor Patrick Emerson.
Rank #1: Pod 38 - A History of IPA.
Jeff and Patrick discuss the origins and evolution of IPA. They pay particular attention to the history of American IPAs since the mid-90s. They try seven different IPAs that represent different eras in the history of American IPA.
Rank #2: Podcast 92: Making Sense of the Portland Beerpocalypse.
Portland has seen ten brewery closures or sales in the past year--and one was even announced while we were recording this podcast! In Episode 92, Patrick, our resident beeronomist, offers us ways to think about this through the lens of game theory, economies of scope, and more.
Beer Massif is a Craft Beer-centric Podcast full of interviews, editorials, opinion pieces, beer reviews and the like. Please Check us out everywhere else on the internet at:Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/massivebeers Twitter: http://twitter.com/massivebeersInstagram: http://instagram.com/massivebeersUntappd: https://untappd.com/user/massivebeers E-mail.com: firstname.lastname@example.org
Rank #1: 12-13-15 Weyerbacher Brewing Company.
This week we talk with Chris Wilson, brewmaster at the fantastic PA based brewery Weyerbacher Brewing Company. They are making some incredible beers and have built up a strong reputation on the backing of them. This week Chris discusses his path into the brewing industry, the recent expansions at the brewery, and some inspiration behind some of his great beers.... all while we enjoy some of his world class beers.This weeks beer lineup:Jesters Choice III OktoberfestTarte NouveauWinter AleMerry Monks20th AnniversaryQuad
Rank #2: 4-3-16 Shelton Brothers.
This week we are pleased to have on the show from the Shelton Brothers beer importing company Joel Shelton and Christian Gregory. Legends in the beer importing with too many stories to fit in such a limited time... this is most definitely a part 1 of what will be an ongoing feature!This weeks beer lineup:Bridge Road Brewers- EnigmaBrasserie de la Senne- Taras BoulbaMasia Agullons- Setembre8 Wired Brewing- Wirless Black IPABraustelle- Freigeist Sauer PorterAmager Bryghus- Amager / Jester King Danish Metal
A show about things interesting to Beer Geeks! Weekly Craft Beer culture and drinking.
Rank #1: Street Cleaning Beers.
We are joined by Kaylene from Zack's Brewing and Reggie559 from the streets. They are going to help us drink all that beer we have tucked away as we get ready for Christmas and a weekend of watching the Star Wars and a break down what happened last weekend at Rush Day. Thanks for hanging out with us. Have a listen, please! Click to download: PerfectPour334.mp3 SUPPORT US ON PATREON! Subscribe to the show in Apple Podcast.Subscribe in Google Play.You can also find us on Spotify and Stitcher. Perfect Pour’s YouTube Channel. HOSTED BY: Nick. Matt. Mikey.MUSIC BY: SunburnsDrop Us A Line: Email Perfect Pour. Sign up for Mikey’s Top Pour craft beer newsletterCheck out Mikey’s Beer Geek blog. Our send "samples” to us address: The Perfect Pour – co Mike Seay.2037 W. Bullard Ave #153Fresno, CA 93711
Rank #2: Untappd Updates in a Beer Galaxy Far Far Away.
You may find that there is a portion of this episode that has too many Star Wars sound effects. But don't let the hate flow through you, there are plenty of beer things to talk about as we get ready for Tioga's "Rush Day" and Linefest AND the 1st Anniversary of Zack's Brewing. Plus, we review Untappd's new update, rant about beer things, listen to lots of great listener voicemails and we celebrate the end of the Brew 4 Chew Strike! Cheers and thanks for listening!! CLICK TO DOWNLOAD: PerfectPour333.mp3[Some bad language] SUPPORT US ON PATREON! Subscribe to the show in Apple Podcast.Subscribe in Google Play.You can also find us on Spotify and Stitcher. Perfect Pour’s YouTube Channel. HOSTED BY: Nick. Matt. Mikey.MUSIC BY: SunburnsDrop Us A Line: Email Perfect Pour. Sign up for Mikey’s Top Pour craft beer newsletterCheck out Mikey’s Beer Geek blog. Our send "samples” to us address: The Perfect Pour – co Mike Seay.2037 W. Bullard Ave #153Fresno, CA 93711
Every Tuesday at 5:00 PM EST, New York City publican Jimmy Carbone plays host to an audio ale salon celebrating the world of craft beer. Through discussions with beer industry insiders and knowledgeable beer fans from across the country, Jimmy and his friends explore every aspect of the brewer's craft from grains to pint glass and tasting to toasting. Beer Sessions Radio is sponsored by GreatBrewers.com, your online source for craft beer information, and supported by The Good Beer Seal, an association of independently owned and operated bars in New York City that serve, promote and support good craft beer.
Rank #1: Episode 511: Drink Better Beer.
This week on Beer Sessions, Jimmy welcomes Josh Bernstein to talk about his latest book Drink Better Beer. Jason Sahler of Strong Rope Brewery and Drew Kostic of Circa Brewing join them in the studio as well. The group begins by talking about quality control, before moving on to the special moments that propelled them into beer, and diving into a discussion about food pairings. Their conversation continues to return to industry trends, as the guests remember forgotten styles and seek to identity what’s meaningful in the NYC beer scene today.Beers The Ripe & Ruin, Strong Rope Brewery Trophy Cat Blonde Al, Strong Rope Brewery Captain Lawrence Palate Shifter Samuel Adams FestbierBeer Sessions Radio is powered by Simplecast.
Rank #2: Episode 349: Josh Bernstein’s Complete IPA and North Carolina’s Fonta Flora!.
This week on Beer Sessions Radio, host Jimmy Carbone is joined in the studio by Josh Bernstein who has a new book out called Complete IPA, and Erik Olsen from Greenpoint Beer & Ale, which just released their first canned IPA's! Sara Maya from North Carolina’s Fonta Flora Brewery is joining us as well!
GBH is not a voice speaking only from the outside looking in, but rather, from the middle of some of the most rapidly changing dynamics that any U.S. industry has ever seen. The interviews go deeper and the articles work harder to balance the culture of craft beer with the businesses it supports, shifting the conversation with our readers toward the future of the industry we love and the tenacity of its ideals.
Rank #1: EP-212 Greg Koch of Stone Brewing Co..
[Photo by Matthew Curtis] Few breweries can represent the past, present, and future of American craft beer the way Stone Brewing can. And it’s co-founder, today’s guest, Greg Koch, has been known to speak authoritatively about the entire timeline of craft beer at times. And with good reason—he’s seen and participated in most of it himself. For some, though, his voice can sometimes seem anachronistic. It hearkens back to old, perhaps out-of-date realities of the business that can be jarring against new challenges and priorities for small, independent American brewers—and increasingly those inspired by American brewers overseas. How Stone has navigated the shifting priorities of craft beer has been varied over the years. Sometimes they seem to double down on their initial ethos. Other times, they seem to abandon it altogether. But looks can be deceiving. So this conversation—my first interview with Koch—was an opportunity to hear what some of those decisions have meant to him and Stone over the years. And why they may or may not be in conflict as he and the brand trek back and forth across the ocean in what might hopefully turn out to be a straight line toward some long-term goal. But as can so often happen in this business, it might eventually reveal itself to be a lost-at sea scenario just as easily. It’s almost impossible to tell when the waves are constantly crashing and the winds are constantly shifting and so many people want a hand on that wheel. In this interview, we talk about Stone’s place in the world then and now—growth and layoffs and private equity, breaking off brands like Arrogant Bastard, social media, sabbaticals, and finding the yin and yang with a co-founder. There’s a lot to cover. And I greatly appreciate Greg’s willingness to riff on so many different topics that are important to him, or me, and often both. This is Greg Koch of Stone Brewing. Listen in.
Rank #2: EP-120 Hinrik Carls Ellertsson + Steinn Stefansson.
Despite what some politicians may rally against, there is plenty of value of what a globalized society can bring. The different perspectives and experiences that flow from one border to the next has created a connectivity that enhance ideas the world over. It may come as no surprise, that also lends itself to how people from different countries use hops and malt, too. On assignment for GBH, I traveled in February to Reykjavik, Iceland with the goal of learning more about what that country’s beer scene is and what it offers drinkers a world apart from my bubble stateside. It’s easy to get caught up in an almost orthodox point of view of the global beer industry, where the Old World - countries like England, Belgium or Germany - and the New World - the United States - are the areas we most believe are worth our attention. But the flip side of that is the influence and cultural cache these places have, and how they’re helping to shape the way others think about and make beer. At KEX Hostel in downtown Reykjavik, I met with Hinrik Carl Ellertsson and Steinn Stefansson to talk about their small-time gypsy brewing operation and popular interests in the Iceland beer scene, which, no surprise, seem to be trending toward the hoppy side of things as Scandinavians look to the U.S. for inspiration. With visitors from around the world coming to Iceland for an annual beer festival, we found a spot in the shared space of the hostel where Hinrik and Steinn described what it’s like to work in a young industry seeking inspiration from today’s biggest names in beer. Some that will sound awfully familiar to American beer lovers.
The only podcast that pits beers head to head in tournament style competitions to find out which beer reigns supreme.
Rank #1: Episode 336 - IPA vs Porter.
Festivals and more festivals.
Rank #2: Episode 335 - APA vs Blonde.
Every week, John Rubio and his co-hosts Grant Davis, Laura Christie, and Mike Lambert, meet to taste, discuss, and judge five different beers from all over the world. Part beer appreciation, part drunken comedy, it’s the only beer podcast the A.V. Club calls, “consistently illuminating and amusing.”
Rank #1: The Beerists 151 - Flanders Red.
Sweet and sour is a great way to describe every level of this episode- from the 5 beers we're tasting, to the way the room felt. Big laughs, blistering disagreements, and uncomfortable confrontations you won't want to miss. Monk's CafeDuchesse de BourgogneCuvee des JacobinsZoetzuurRodenbach Vintage 2012 Rankings: Mike1. Monks Cafe2. Rodenbach Vintage 20123. Cuvee des Jacobins4. Duchesse de Bourgogne5. Zoetzuur Rubio1. Duchesse de Bourgogne2. Cuvee des Jacobins3. Zoetzuur4. Monks Cafe5. Rodenbach Vintage 2012 Anastacia1. Cuvee des Jacobins2. Monks Cafe3. Duchesse de Bourgogne4. Rodenbach Vintage 20125. Zoetzuur Grant1. Cuvee des Jacobins2. Zoetzuur3. Monks Cafe4. Rodenbach Vinyage 20125. Duchesse de Bourgogne Subscribe! Point your podcatcher to our RSS feed: feed://feeds.feedburner.com/thebeerists Or, subscribe via iTunes (Give us a review and a rating!) The Beerists are: John Rubio, Anastacia Kelly, Grant Davis, and Mike Lambert. twitter.com/thebeeristsfacebook.com/thebeeristsor email us at email@example.com
Rank #2: The Beerists 130 - Them Belgians.
In this episode, Belgium gets us drunk. Rubio and Mike especially. Grant is fired more than once, and Anastacia exposes and ejects an imposter in the lineup. Triporteur From HeavenTriporteur From HellScaldis TripleBoon Mariage ParfaitGulden Draak Brewmasters Edition Rankings Rubio1. Boon Mariage Parfait2. Gulden Draak Brewmasters Edition3. Scaldis Triple4. Heaven5. Hell Mike1. Boon Mariage Parfait2. Scaldis Triple3. Gulden Draak Brewmasters Edition4. Heaven5. Hell Grant1. Boon Mariage Parfait2. Heaven3. Gulden Draak Brewmasters Edition4. Scaldis Triple5. Hell Anastacia1. Boon Mariage Parfait2. Scaldis Triple3. Gulden Draak Brewmasters Edition4. Heaven5. Hell Subscribe! Point your podcatcher to our RSS feed: feed://feeds.feedburner.com/thebeerists Or, subscribe via iTunes (Give us a review and a rating!) The Beerists are: John Rubio, Grant Davis, Anastacia Kelly, and Mike Lambert. twitter.com/thebeeristsfacebook.com/thebeeristsor email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
A Chicago-based craft beer podcast with beer and events reviews. Visit our website at www.abvchicago.com!
Rank #1: Episode 221 - The Old/Fresh Blind Test.
It’s a HIGH concept week here at ABV Labs as we determine whether certain beloved beers should or should not be aged. We have six beers to drink: two vintages of three different beers, and we approach each set blind to see if we can tell the difference. We learn quite a bit about beers and aging, but most importantly, we learn a lot about life….and love. We pitch to get an actual-size Craig bobblehead built, Ryan gleeks with no regard, and we both assail your ears with a barrage of threadless pop culture references beyond our usual so-called restraint. And if love of High Life makes you uncomfortable - morally or physically - you may want to have that skip button ready for the last segment. Beer Vintages Tasted Blindly New Glarus Brewing - Belgian Red: 2013* vs. 2018 Founders Brewing Co. - KBS: 2015 vs. 2018 Off Color Brewing - Eeek!: 2016 vs. 2018
Rank #2: Episode 232 - Just Peachy.
Well this episode isn’t THE PITS! Get it?!? We sample six pretty different beers that prominently feature peaches to pick our favorites. We talk about the secrets to finding the best peaches, how the lambic brewers of the world can come together, and what makes something a “festival sour.” We also explore some new breakdancing names, call for the Peach Police, smack down a ludicrous conspiracy theory, and get caught in a bit of a Looper situation. Beers Reviewed Revolution Brewing - Freedom of Speach (Session sour) pFriem Family Brewers - Peche (Lambic-inspired ale) Crooked Stave Artisan Beer Project - Colorado Reserva Palisade Peach (Golden sour aged in oak) Casey Brewing and Blending - The Mix: Bourbon Peach Bank (Saison aged in bourbon barrels) Illuminated Brew Works - Gay Agenda (Double dry-hopped double IPA) Triptych Brewing - Prairie Peach Picnic (Mixed culture ale)
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 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.
Rank #2: CBA 010 – Beer Myths.
Welcome back to the Craft Beer Showdown. This episode marks the 10th showdown. If you’ve been listening form the beginning, thank you. If you’re new, I hope you like the show and please let me know if you have any questions or comments. Episode 10 is all about beer myths. The myths […] The post CBA 010 – Beer Myths appeared first on Craft Beer Academy.