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Sharing stories behind breweries, the beer and the people who brew it.

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Sharing stories behind breweries, the beer and the people who brew it.

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34 Ratings
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Great start

By damselfly_h - Dec 05 2010
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Will keep watching. When is the next episode coming out?

Nice

By Mxlpxl1985 - Dec 02 2010
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Short and sweet, but also very informative.

iTunes Ratings

34 Ratings
Average Ratings
20
6
5
2
1

Great start

By damselfly_h - Dec 05 2010
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Will keep watching. When is the next episode coming out?

Nice

By Mxlpxl1985 - Dec 02 2010
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Short and sweet, but also very informative.

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Brewery Show

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Sharing stories behind breweries, the beer and the people who brew it.

Bronx Brewery — Brewery Show Episode

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#BoogieDownBronx The Bronx Brewery was started by Chris Gallant and Damian Brown to share their love of pale ales within the five boroughs of NYC, and regionally. While they focus mainly on the pale ale, they do produce small batch and barrel-aged beer for consumption in the brewery’s tasting room. Join us as we wander through our own neighborhood for a new season of the Brewery Show, starting with The Bronx Brewery. To find out more about Bronx Brewery you can check them out in person or online at http://thebronxbrewery.com Now that season 3 is underway, we will slowly release new episodes of the show when we can fit it in. For episode 1, we’ve started with The Bronx Brewery in our own hometown of New York City. Unlike previous seasons with a defined time-limit, we’re going with a rolling schedule because our lives are crazy busy. Stay tuned for more episodes as we continue to work on them. Be sure to follow us on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter for updates. Thanks for watching!

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Apr 16 2016

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Fiddlehead Brewing — IPA Mastermind of Vermont

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The minute I started brewing, for me, it was the perfect marriage of craftsmanship, creativity and science. To this day, it really keeps me going. — Matt Cohen, Owner & Brewmaster, Fiddlehead Brewing Fiddlehead Brewing begins with an IPA Years ago, Matt reached out to us to let us know that he had started Fiddlehead Brewing — following his departure as longtime employee with the position as Head Brewer for Magic Hat. Unfortunately we weren’t able to get up to Vermont to put together a Brewery Show episode at the time, but years later I managed to check out the brewery while on vacation. During that visit I recorded an episode for my side project Brewfiles. We discussed a bunch of things about his new brewery, including what he had planned for the future. You can take a look at that episode here: While it’s not the same as the Brewery Show, I think it does a pretty great job of capturing his intentions for Fiddlehead, how he got into brewing and what being a Vermonter is all about, including: keeping things green and brewing sap beer. THE FOLLOW-UP Since filming the above video, there have been obvious changes for Fiddlehead, such as growth and a […]

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Sep 22 2015

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Beer’d Brewing — Taking Stonington by Storm

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This how Beerd Brewing began: The reason I got into this, is the love of making beer. Putting a smile on someones face when they try a beer for the first time — and saying “that’s phenomenal” — is the most rewarding thing in the world for me. – Aaren Simoncini, Beerd Brewing After leaving the accounting and finance world behind to follow his dream of a career in brewing, Aaren Simoncini stealthily launched Beerd Brewing Company on a 3 barrel brewing system. After years of toying with the idea and running a high-end homebrewing operation, along with some professional practice at Cottrell Brewing, he decided to make it a reality — and Beer’d Brewing began its journey. Located on the inside of an old factory building known as The Velvet Mill — which was literally a velvet mill used for importing and processing velvet in the late 1800’s — since, has been sold and converted into spaces for artists and small businesses to set up shop. One only has to look up at the rafters and admire the beautiful industrial structure that has withstood the test of time. It’s quite a unique building situated amidst rows of sea-breeze kissed properties, and over the […]

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Sep 02 2015

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Barrier Brewing — Brewery Show

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The Strongest of Long Island at Barrier Brewing The guys at Barrier Brewing are as strong as it gets. We found out about them shortly after they opened their nanobrewery. Evan and Craig met as they were co-workers at Sixpoint. They ventured off to create something of their own. After about 2 years of brewing lots of great beer, many unique styles, they were so well received that expansion was required. They purchased a new space on Long Island, and a short while after, Hurricane Sandy wreaked havoc in New York. They were within the path of damage and almost lost everything. The brewery was mangled, but salvageable. Estimates of up to $100,000 in damage. They are back on their feet — but it was a trying time. So much so, that multiple breweries on Long Island came to their rescue to help rebuild (and even contract brew for them). Check out the video for info on how they got started.

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Aug 16 2015

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DuClaw Brewing — Brewery Show

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Down south with DuClaw Brewing The folks at DuClaw Brewing are a bunch of down-to-earth goofballs, who enjoy entertaining with beer. You can tell, as they’ve produced a bunch of their own comedy videos to go along with beer releases, and they’re quite good. On top of that, they’re fully into the beer they make, have a bunch of barrel aged offerings, and bottle releases, events. The list goes on, and with multiple brewpub locations and a big brewing facility, it’s no wonder they’re able to create quality fun in the form of beer. Take a look at the episode for more of the DuClaw story. If you’re in the Washington D.C. or Baltimore area, check them out for some beer (or a meal, because the food is great).

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Aug 16 2015

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Hill Farmstead — Brewery Show Episode

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For this episode we took a different approach and sat down with some people behind the scenes and responsible for making Hill Farmstead operate on a daily basis. Without them, it wouldn’t live up to the hype surrounding their great beer. Be sure to check out the latest follies at Hill Farmstead on their website: https://hillfarmstead.com

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Jun 19 2019

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History of Rodenbach with Brewmaster Rudi Ghequire — Brewery Show Episode

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In this special edition episode, we were invited to interview Rudi Ghequire, the Brewmaster of Rodenbach, in the Belgian Beer Cafe in NYC. We had a fun conversation and got to discuss the release of their latest beer Fruitage, learn more about the history of the Rodenbach and the brand. We also discussed some of the technical details of Flemish brown ale and sour beer production, along with the history behind these styles. For more information on Rodenbach: Web: http://cheers.rodenbach.be/en/rodenbach Instagram: http://instagram.com/rodenbachUSA Facebook: http://facebook.com/rodenbachUSA To visit the Belgian Beer Cafe in NYC: http://bbcnomad.com Thanks to Bolide Communications and Latis Imports for making this episode possible.

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Sep 16 2017

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Plan Bee Farm Brewery — Brewery Show Episode

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Keeping it Local at Plan Bee Farm Brewery Located in Poughkeepsie, New York, Plan Bee Farm Brewery is doing what many “Farm Breweries” are not, and that means using the terms defined by the state of New York with their farm brewers license to create beer using ingredients found entirely within the state. While they continue to grow, owners Evan and Emily Watson are aiming to decrease the radius of ingredient sourcing from within 30 miles, to everything grown on their farm. While they brew only wild / sour ales, or as Even calls them “Barn Beers,” fermented with their own yeast cultured from their honey bee’s, and lovingly set free in their coolship in the barn brewery. They aim to create beer with local fruits, vegetables and other spices foraged from the region to capture the true flavor of the Hudson Valley. Learn what regional brewing really is at Plan Bee Farm Brewery, and check them out online in the following places: http://planbeefarmbrewery.com http://facebook.com/planbeefarmbrewery http://instagram.com/planbeefarmbrewery

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Jul 11 2017

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The Alchemist — Brewery Show Episode

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Vermont is home to some of the best IPA’s in America, and The Alchemist is one of the breweries leading the charge with Heady Topper. In this episode we visit The Alchemist’s brand new brewing facility in Stowe, Vermont. Known for Heady Topper and Focal Banger, two of the highest rated IPA’s in the world, we find out the how owners John Kimmich and Jen Kimmich got their start. They’ve had quite a journey to get where they are today, and in this extended episode we explore their brewing history and how they managed to beat a battle with mother nature and turn The Alchemist into a brewery that has set trends throughout the industry. From humble beginnings to world class winnings, this is The Alchemist Brewery. Here’s a huge image slideshow around The Alchemist brewery during a canning run of Broken Spoke Pale Ale:

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Mar 31 2017

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14th Star Brewing — Brewery Show Episode

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A few months ago we visited 14th Star Brewing in St. Albans Vermont. Located in Saint Albans, Vermont, 14th Star is on a mission to support their local community with great beer and donating to charitable organizations. Find out how they got started and learn about why they do what they do for beer and the community. Updated blog post with a full photo gallery coming soon. Find out more about them: facebook.com/14thstarbrewing 14thstarbrewing.com purpleheartsreunited.org

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Dec 22 2016

17mins

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Bronx Brewery — Brewery Show Episode

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#BoogieDownBronx The Bronx Brewery was started by Chris Gallant and Damian Brown to share their love of pale ales within the five boroughs of NYC, and regionally. While they focus mainly on the pale ale, they do produce small batch and barrel-aged beer for consumption in the brewery’s tasting room. Join us as we wander through our own neighborhood for a new season of the Brewery Show, starting with The Bronx Brewery. To find out more about Bronx Brewery you can check them out in person or online at http://thebronxbrewery.com Now that season 3 is underway, we will slowly release new episodes of the show when we can fit it in. For episode 1, we’ve started with The Bronx Brewery in our own hometown of New York City. Unlike previous seasons with a defined time-limit, we’re going with a rolling schedule because our lives are crazy busy. Stay tuned for more episodes as we continue to work on them. Be sure to follow us on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter for updates. Thanks for watching!

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Apr 16 2016

10mins

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Fiddlehead Brewing — IPA Mastermind of Vermont

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The minute I started brewing, for me, it was the perfect marriage of craftsmanship, creativity and science. To this day, it really keeps me going. — Matt Cohen, Owner & Brewmaster, Fiddlehead Brewing Fiddlehead Brewing begins with an IPA Years ago, Matt reached out to us to let us know that he had started Fiddlehead Brewing — following his departure as longtime employee with the position as Head Brewer for Magic Hat. Unfortunately we weren’t able to get up to Vermont to put together a Brewery Show episode at the time, but years later I managed to check out the brewery while on vacation. During that visit I recorded an episode for my side project Brewfiles. We discussed a bunch of things about his new brewery, including what he had planned for the future. You can take a look at that episode here: While it’s not the same as the Brewery Show, I think it does a pretty great job of capturing his intentions for Fiddlehead, how he got into brewing and what being a Vermonter is all about, including: keeping things green and brewing sap beer. THE FOLLOW-UP Since filming the above video, there have been obvious changes for Fiddlehead, such as growth and a […]

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Sep 22 2015

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Beer’d Brewing — Taking Stonington by Storm

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This how Beerd Brewing began: The reason I got into this, is the love of making beer. Putting a smile on someones face when they try a beer for the first time — and saying “that’s phenomenal” — is the most rewarding thing in the world for me. – Aaren Simoncini, Beerd Brewing After leaving the accounting and finance world behind to follow his dream of a career in brewing, Aaren Simoncini stealthily launched Beerd Brewing Company on a 3 barrel brewing system. After years of toying with the idea and running a high-end homebrewing operation, along with some professional practice at Cottrell Brewing, he decided to make it a reality — and Beer’d Brewing began its journey. Located on the inside of an old factory building known as The Velvet Mill — which was literally a velvet mill used for importing and processing velvet in the late 1800’s — since, has been sold and converted into spaces for artists and small businesses to set up shop. One only has to look up at the rafters and admire the beautiful industrial structure that has withstood the test of time. It’s quite a unique building situated amidst rows of sea-breeze kissed properties, and over the […]

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Sep 02 2015

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Barrier Brewing — Brewery Show

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The Strongest of Long Island at Barrier Brewing The guys at Barrier Brewing are as strong as it gets. We found out about them shortly after they opened their nanobrewery. Evan and Craig met as they were co-workers at Sixpoint. They ventured off to create something of their own. After about 2 years of brewing lots of great beer, many unique styles, they were so well received that expansion was required. They purchased a new space on Long Island, and a short while after, Hurricane Sandy wreaked havoc in New York. They were within the path of damage and almost lost everything. The brewery was mangled, but salvageable. Estimates of up to $100,000 in damage. They are back on their feet — but it was a trying time. So much so, that multiple breweries on Long Island came to their rescue to help rebuild (and even contract brew for them). Check out the video for info on how they got started.

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Aug 16 2015

10mins

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DuClaw Brewing — Brewery Show

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Down south with DuClaw Brewing The folks at DuClaw Brewing are a bunch of down-to-earth goofballs, who enjoy entertaining with beer. You can tell, as they’ve produced a bunch of their own comedy videos to go along with beer releases, and they’re quite good. On top of that, they’re fully into the beer they make, have a bunch of barrel aged offerings, and bottle releases, events. The list goes on, and with multiple brewpub locations and a big brewing facility, it’s no wonder they’re able to create quality fun in the form of beer. Take a look at the episode for more of the DuClaw story. If you’re in the Washington D.C. or Baltimore area, check them out for some beer (or a meal, because the food is great).

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Aug 16 2015

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Yuengling — Brewery Show

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Lagers are at the top of their game at Yuengling Brewery Which is known as America’s Oldest Brewery. We were inspired to capture the tradition of American brewing as it remains at Yuengling. A fun fact, to stay in business during prohibition, they produced Ice Cream — until that ended and they resumed beer production. They also have an entire underground cave system which was used to lager their beer throughout history, as it was the perfect climate year-round, like a beer cellar for the masses. For some great history and stories, check out the full episode for the story behind the oldest brewery in America.

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Aug 16 2015

9mins

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Heartland Brewery — Brewery Show

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NYC meet Heartland Brewery Heartland Brewery is a brewpub and chain of restaurants throughout Manhattan, in New York City. We had the chance to film an episode at Heartland, which is located in Brooklyn. They currently brew beer for all of the restaurants locations. Brewmaster Kelly Taylor is currently the man in charge of the facility known as Greenpoint Beer Works. He’s also able to brew his own brand on premises, called KelSo. In this episode we put together there’s quite a cast of brewing celebrities, including Taylor himself. For example, Sam Richardson is now owner and brewmaster of Other Half, which was named one of the fastest growing breweries in the country. Overall this is a place that churns out great talent and great beer. Watch the whole episode for an insight into the Heartland Brewery story.

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Aug 16 2015

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Blue Point Brewing — Brewery Show

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Oysters or beer, Blue Point Brewing has you covered When we got the chance to drive out to Blue Point Brewing Company we were pretty excited. They have created a strong following throughout New York City in terms of beer availability and we wanted to find out why. After visiting, the answer was pretty clear, these guys were marketing their brand well. According to the story, after seeing how Lagunitas had created their brewery in California, the two owners and founders of Bluepoint Brewing, Mark and Pete, decided to follow that theme for Bluepoint. In fact, it worked out so well they were purchased by Anheiser-Busch (AB InBev) and now have the ability to distribute beer on a massive scale. Check out the full episode for more on how they got rolling in the brewing business.

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Aug 16 2015

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Climax Brewing — Brewery Show

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Jersey Strong at Climax Brewing That’s the phrase that comes to mind when you walk into Climax Brewing. Then you meet Dave Hoffman, owner and brewmaster, and you understand why the phrase is so fitting. As one of the oldest small-scale (micro) breweries in the state, they are Jersey Strong. Dave is a super-passionate guy and believes in brewing beers to style using traditional methods and ingredients. He’s won a few awards for hitting them accurately, specifically the Helles. If you’re in North Jersey you can stop by the brewery or find their beer on tap at bars and restaurants.

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Aug 16 2015

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Olde Burnside — Brewery Show

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Olde Burnside Brewing Company and Ice Company A craft beer ice company might be the most interesting concept we’ve encountered in person. The Olde Burnside Ice Company doubles as a brewery AND an ice factory. It’s been in the family for generations. What’s probably most intriguing is that they’re operating this out of a tiny little space. And they have big swords on the walls. Talk about protecting your investment! Old Burnside is known for their most common beer, the 10 Penny Ale, a traditional Scottish Ale brewed for their family history. Check out our chilling episode for the whole Olde Burnside story.

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Aug 16 2015

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