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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 email@example.com
Rank #1: Dr. Homebrew: Episode 95 04-06-17.
We chat with two homebrewers tonight that have some styles we don't seen too often, which is always fun for us. We start off with Joe who has a Sweet Stout with some cacao nibs added, and that is a combo that was new to us. Then Chris joined us with his Cream Ale - we don't get enough of these! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Rank #2: Dr. Homebrew: Episode #114.
Tyler joins us on the phone to talk about his Pineapple Berliner Weisse! Not only did he brew it with extract, but he got the recipe from a past episode of Dr. Homebrew - pretty cool! Then it\'s a return to score sheets as JP attempts to fill out a sheet for Keith\'s Pale Ale that he brought in. How did he do? Did he actually complete the sheet? Pretty sure you know the answer to both of those questions by now. 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 firstname.lastname@example.org. Heads + Tails is a production of The Brewing Network.
Rank #1: Heads + Tails: Bull Run Distillery.
Portland, Oregon is known mainly for the large numbers of breweries it boasts, but you should really be paying more attention to the growing list of distilleries up there instead. Lee Medoff, head distiller and founder of Bull Run distillery joined us for this show to chat about the Portland distilling scene, and how he’s trying to be creative in this growing market. Plus we get to taste some of his whiskey! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Rank #2: Heads + Tails: Seven Three Distilling.
New Orleans has a lot to offer, most of it in liquid form. Today we chat with Erik Morningstar, head distiller over at Seven Three Distilling, in the heart of New Orleans. Erik hard at work in the Treme making spirits that not only reflect his love of the craft, but the history and creativity of his new home city. 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: American IPA - Brewing With Style 03-08-16.
In this episode of Brewing With Style, Jamil and Tasty discuss American IPA, Category 14B in the 2008 BJCP Style Guidelines. This style has obviously become the darling of the craft beer world and typically outsells any other offering from American craft breweries. Dominated by a strong hop presenceand varying American hop varieties, this beer has taken the craft beer world by storm. Tune in and learn about just a few of the great examples available commercially, and you can homebrew a great example at home.
Rank #2: Cream Ale - Brewing With Style 05-05-15.
Brewing With Style talks about category 6A from the BJCP Guidelines, Cream Ale. This often misunderstood style is an American classic and can be a real crowd pleaser with your friends, as well as excel in competition if done right. Tune in and find out about quality commercial examples, as well as how to homebrew your own.
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 Ep14 | Chain Merchandising.
Episode 14 follows on our last episode with more of Mark’s personal supermarket experiences. In this session he explains his, “Drink California” campaign designed to gain incremental shelf space for California craft brewers in the US’s largest supermarket chain. Relationship building is highlighted in this session as Mark reveals how Division Manager and Store Manager rapport can help brands gain much needed real estate. To prove his point, he shares his own experience where he used a “Gordon Gekko” strategy to “bust the hops” of one of the toughest Division Managers he’d ever met. Listen how Mark uses April the First as a strategic gamble for his employer and supplier brands. A must listen to find out if this risk worked or failed miserably. He ends the session with common sense recommendations for supermarket behavior and how to watch for ways to get more real estate. 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 email@example.com.
Rank #1: The Sour Hour - Episode 40.
The Sour Hour celebrates its 40th episode with a barrage of listener-submitted homebrew! Tune in as Jay and Moscow, along with Mike "Tasty" McDole, taste and dissect offerings sent in from around the country by some of the BN Army's most dedicated sour beer brewers. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Rank #2: The Sour Hour | Episode 100.
The Sour Hour celebrates its 100th episode with a loaded show featuring Adam Robbings from Seattle's Reuben's Brews, Chris Hodge from Oregon Fruit Products, mixed-fermentation wisdom from Jay, and much more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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 firstname.lastname@example.org
Rank #1: Brew Strong: Sour Beer Q and A 02-03-14.
Homebrewing beer. All things sour beer on this episode of Brew Strong. Jamil and John Palmer cover how to use the different kind of sour bugs, how to do a do-it-yourself open fermentation, troubleshooting problems with beers that won't sour, fruit additions and how often to do them, and more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Rank #2: Brew Strong: Q and A 08-15-16.
Homebrewing beer. Jamil and John Palmer continue pouring through listener emails this week to help listeners get more of their craft beer and homebrewing questions answered! They take questions on all things brewing and get you the answers you need to make better beer professionally and at home. 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: Come and Brew It Radio: Episode 77 - Yeast Handling Tips with a Pro.
Since our last episode, a pipe burst in the ceiling of our studio and so tonight we’re on location at the Rahr and Sons Brewery. They were gracious enough to give us the space and so we wanted to take advantage of our location and start our show with discussion of yeast handling and health with professional yeast wrangler, Nick Bigham, the Lab Manager for Rahr. Nick has been instrumental in helping Rahr get the best out of their fermentations, which means getting better beer on the shelves for all of you. We also have Lead Brewer and Barrelmaster for Rahr, Austin Heisch, who will hopefully join us in our discussions.
Rank #2: Episode 118 -- Record Keeping and Flavor Flights feat. New Main Brewing.
In this episode, we had David Clark from New Main Brewing in studio with us to discuss the benefits and methods of record keeping to become a better brewer, along with the possibilities you can discover when you use flavor flights to see where you can take your beers. New Main is a recent addition to the DFW brew scene in the Pantego area. David has been blogging about beer for a long time and is also a member of the Casually Lit podcast.
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Rank #1: Various faucets, Another Bottling to Kegging Q, & CO2 outside of the Fridge — HHH Ep. 013.
Hey look, it’s another new episode of the Homebrew Happy Hour! Even though we’re only 13 episodes in thus far, we have been receiving tons of awesome feedback from you and we LOVE IT! We also love receiving all the wonderful questions you’ve submitted for the show and encourage you to keep on sending. On this episode, we cover the differences between many of our most popular beer faucets, we cover another question regarding moving away from bottling towards kegging, and we address whether or not you should/need to keep your CO2 cylinder outside of your kegerator. 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 the page! Let us know what you think and enjoy the show!
Rank #2: Proper Keg Storing, Cleaning Mass Quantities of Kegs, and We’re in iTunes & Stitcher Radio Now — HHH Ep.012.
We’re back with another fun episode of the Homebrew Happy Hour! On this week’s show, we discuss various methods of storing your homebrew keg after it’s been cleaned, how the Kegconnection crew approaches a mass quantity of kegs needing to be cleaned, and a big announcment: We’re now in the iTunes & Stitcher Radio directories! 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 the page! Let us know what you think and enjoy the show!
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 email@example.com.
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 003: Extract vs. All-Grain Brewing.
In this, the third episode of the Craft Beer Showdown, we bear witness to the spic battle that is Extract Brewing versus All-Grain Brewing. Both have good and bad, but only one can come out on top. Who wins? Check out the podcast to find out! Subscribe in iTunes here Subscribe in Stitcher Radio […] The post CBA 003: Extract vs. All-Grain Brewing appeared first on Craft Beer Academy.
Rank #2: 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.
A show that defies description...or at least isn't really worth spending the time to describe.
Rank #1: Lunch Meet 03-20-09.
Lunch Meet give you Bullets, Samoans, Dude Clubs and Unlawful Acts with Dogs
Rank #2: Lunch Meet 08-08-08.
To many Schuman's in one room
Homebrew Bound is a show dedicated to exploring the world of homebrewing, beer experimentation and helping you make the best beer possible.
Rank #1: Contract Brewing.
This week we talk about a beer that Ryck brewed, the Sierra Nevada Resilience IPA and the interesting world of Contract Brewing
Rank #2: Every Style Challenge: Foreign Extra Stout.
This week we dive into the Foreign Extra Stout Style
Basic Brewing Video is about brewing great beers and meads at home and cooking up wonderful things to go with them.
Rank #1: December 24, 2018 - Partial Mash Wee Heavy.
Steve brews up a delicious high gravity beer in time for the holiday season and shows us the grains that make this beer special.
Rank #2: January 15, 2018 - Lemondrop Golden Ale.
James shares a Belgian-inspired Golden Ale that he flavored with Lemondrop hops using a hop stand after the boil.
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.
Rank #1: Episode #38 New England IPA’s.
This episode we are joined by Todd Ford, Chad Henderson and David Gonzales of NoDa Brewing Company. They let us crash one of their conference rooms to record and joined us to discuss the new trend of New England or North Eastern IPA’s. We discuss what differentiates this style of IPA from others and we even sample a few while recording. We also take a deep dive on how to craft one at home discussing malt bill, water conditioning, yeast and hop additions. Todd also discusses a topic close to his heart and ours; Craft Freedom. A North Carolina movement to allow local breweries to self distribute past the 25,000 bbl cap. Crack open a cold one a take a listen!
Rank #2: Episode #43 Low Oxygen Brewing with Bryan Rabe.
Photo Courtesy: http://accidentalis.com/low-oxygen-brewing-exploring-lodo-method/ This week we are chatting with homebrewer Bryan Rabe about Low Oxygen Brewing. Bryan is one of the authors of the On Brewing Bavarian Helles: Adapting to Low Oxygen Brewing paper that has sent ripples throughout the homebrew community, even reaching into the American craft beer industry. Received with mixed feelings among the people there’s no denying intrigue it brings. The paper lays out step by step in replicating an authentic German Helles with the elusive “it” character that led this group on a wild goose chase to decipher german brewing text. The findings were that oxygen plays a key role in the detriment to malt and hop character not only post fermentation (as all have already accepted) but also on the hot side in the brew house. While this was originally intended for those german lagers the techniques discussed can be applied to any beer style to preserve flavor stability. Don’t forget to get your tickets to SourFest if you will be in Charlotte NC on November 19th! Also Please Help Support NC HomeBrew Laws by getting involved with the Beer Wars Competition. Beer Wars Competition to benefit OLH Nationwide Professional comp Registration open (10/1) http://beerwars.brewcomp.com BJCP sanctioned – points awarded BJCP 2015 guidelines – no meads/ciders $50/entry