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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 ...
 
A bi-weekly homebrewing podcast dedicated to helping you learn to evaluate your beer and start down the path to judging beer. But also help you learn basic and advanced brewing concepts. In every episode we cover Beer Judging topics, we cover a beer style and review a commercial example you can sample along with, we also cover either a home brewing technical topic or a common flaw in beer and how to fix it.
 
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 drhomebrew@thebrewingnetwork.com
 
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Located in Raytown, Missouri, Crane Brewing Company has been turning out creative beers since 2015. On today's show, we chat with Chris Meyers, co-founder of Crane Brewing, to learn a bit about his brewing background, what crazy beers they are dreaming up, and how Crane is involved in supporting their local community. Learn more about your ad choic…
 
In this episode, we face the cold, hard reality that some parents have to hear the words, “Your child has cancer.” I’m not willing to look the other way on this either. But, instead of running another 5K, we can drink beer to fight pediatric cancer. My next guest will show us how. The Good Beer Matters Podcast comes to you with support from Brewery…
 
Out of the shadows of The Rare Barrel steps Berkeley's latest craft brewery ... Hello Friend! Located on the "clean side" of The Rare Barrel brewery, Hello Friend is driving loads and loads of non-soured beer into the hands of the masses here in the Bay Area. Today, we chat with Stephan and Tommy of Hello Friend, to find out just what it takes to k…
 
Tonight we judge a Double IPA. Well, not just ANY Double IPA, but a clone of THE Double IPA ... Pliny The Elder! How does this homebrew version stack up to the original? We don't know, but we can tell you that we judged it according to style, and that's what matters. Plus, we get a crack at a German Altbier! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit …
 
Having an abundance of lagers in the market might be new to some of us, but for the state of Kansas, it's just called "the menu". So how does a brewery choose to pair down their craft offerings and target the Standard American Lager market in a state that practically drinks nothing but those styles of beers? The boys from Kansas Territory Brewing j…
 
If I had a magic potion that promised a great life, would you buy it? You likely already have. Beer is a doorway to different cultures, science, technology, history and the pure hedonism of aroma and flavor. My next guest is responsible for opening this door and leading the way for many of today’s leaders and educators in beer. The Good Beer Matter…
 
Every year the Brewer’s Association puts together the Craft Beer Conference, or CBC, as a means for industry professionals to continue their education, network with peers and improve quality and performance. I attended this year’s CBC as a member of the media, and because there are plenty of beer pros that didn’t make it, I wanted to share a few of…
 
Every year the Brewer’s Association puts together the Craft Beer Conference, or CBC, as a means for industry professionals to continue their education, network with peers and improve quality and performance. I attended this year’s CBC as a member of the media, and because there are plenty of beer pros that didn’t make it, I wanted to share a few of…
 
Every year the Brewer’s Association puts together the Craft Beer Conference, or CBC, as a means for industry professionals to continue their education, network with peers and improve quality and performance. I attended this year’s CBC as a member of the media, and because there are plenty of beer pros that didn’t make it, I wanted to share a few of…
 
Every year the Brewer’s Association puts together the Craft Beer Conference, or CBC, as a means for industry professionals to continue their education, network with peers and improve quality and performance. I attended this year’s CBC as a member of the media, and because there are plenty of beer pros that didn’t make it, I wanted to share a few of…
 
Every year the Brewer’s Association puts together the Craft Beer Conference, or CBC, as a means for industry professionals to continue their education, network with peers and improve quality and performance. I attended this year’s CBC as a member of the media, and because there are plenty of beer pros that didn’t make it, I wanted to share a few of…
 
What happens when you attempt one style of beer, but undershoot your numbers? Can you call it something else entirely? If you do, can you enter it in competition and still expect to do well? Sorry for all the questions up front, but it's been that kind of day. Anyway, come find out the answers to these - and more - on this episode of Dr. Homebrew! …
 
Every year the Brewer’s Association puts together the Craft Beer Conference, or CBC, as a means for industry professionals to continue their education, network with peers and improve quality and performance. I attended this year’s CBC as a member of the media, and because there are plenty of beer pros that didn’t make it, I wanted to share a few of…
 
Every year the Brewer’s Association puts together the Craft Beer Conference, or CBC, as a means for industry professionals to continue their education, network with peers and improve quality and performance. I attended this year’s CBC as a member of the media, and because there are plenty of beer pros that didn’t make it, I wanted to share a few of…
 
The city of Bend, Oregon, is somewhat of a mecca of craft beer in the Pacific Northwest. Smack dab in the middle of that scene is Tony Lawrence, owner and brewer at Boneyard Beer. Tony has been in the game since the '90's, and has seen the social kaleidoscope change what beer is back and forth over the years, but that hasn't changed his views on wh…
 
Every year the Brewer’s Association puts together the Craft Beer Conference, or CBC, as a means for industry professionals to continue their education, network with peers and improve quality and performance. I attended this year’s CBC as a member of the media, and because there are plenty of beer pros that didn’t make it, I wanted to share a few of…
 
Every year the Brewer’s Association puts together the Craft Beer Conference, or CBC, as a means for industry professionals to continue their education, network with peers and improve quality and performance. I attended this year’s CBC as a member of the media, and because there are plenty of beer pros that didn’t make it, I wanted to share a few of…
 
Brewing beer at home used to be a way of life, even a way of survival. It’s also the foundation upon which the craft beer renaissance is laid. These days it’s a hobby that millions of men and women around the world enjoy. My next guest is a home brewing educator and she wants to help you brew at home too. The Good Beer Matters Podcast comes to you …
 
What is your definition of "local brewery"? If the answer is simply tied to geography, get ready to expand that idea a bit more, as Kelsey and Matthew from Exhibit 'A' Brewing Company join this episode of The Session! The brewers at Exhibit 'A' have made it their mission to use as much locally grown grain as possible in their beers, and that commit…
 
Once upon a time in America, you could have any beer you wanted, so long as it was pale yellow and mass-produced. Then some revolutionaries challenged the status quo. My next guest led this charge and forever changed not just a nation, but the world of beer as we know it. The Good Beer Matters Podcast comes to you with support from BreweryDB.com, y…
 
Kolsch is one of those pale golden beer styles that is seeing a mini-resurgence, alongside lager beer, so what better time to attempt a commercial calibration! Brian and Brian were able to go out and find a classic example of the style (as listed by the BJCP), called "Frü". Then we chat with BJCP legend Dave Teckam. He's legendary not only for bein…
 
Oregon is known for great beer and wine, but their cider scene deserves some of the spotlight, too. Dave Takish, from 2 Towns Ciderhouse in Corvallis, joins The Session to talk about all things cider! He goes into some cider history, cidermaking methods, apple varieties - and much more. It was a great talk, paired with even better 2 Towns Cider. Le…
 
Back to work on Dr. Homebrew, as we see two beers today. Well, one beer and one Braggot. The braggot was billed as having a Stout base, but that's not altogether true. The American Barleywine was brewed with Rye as an added ingredient. Was that a good idea? Find out! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
Producing great-tasting, consistent sour beer is tough, but the folks at Alesong Brewing and Blending make it seem easy! Maybe it's the numerous awards they have won at the Great American Beer Festival, or their approach to ingredients and blending. Whatever the secret is, you can count on Alesong to release some fantastic beers. We had a great tim…
 
Despite having only four basic ingredients, there is incredible diversity and complexity in the liquid in your glass. This complexity becomes less confusing due to a common language that helps differentiate one beer from another. My next guest is an Advanced Cicerone, Author and Podcast host, and she’s here to discuss Beer Evolution in 50 Styles. T…
 
A bit of paradise comes to The Session, as Hana Koa brewing joins us for a chat and a few beers! Lagers seem to be the topic of the day, as we discuss the drinking habits of Hana Koa customers. Don't worry, there's some hazy beer talk as well! There was even some mild singing involved ... Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoic…
 
A White IPA and an American Amber Ale are on the roster for tonight's show, and we can already hear you asking "What the hell is a White IPA?" Well, you're gonna find out when we do, as Colin decided to test our beer category threshold. Then Nate jumps on with an American Amber Ale. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
There are bars, breweries and staff… and then there are great bars, great breweries and great staff. So what’s the difference? I say Education! Employees are the primary representatives for any beer business. The better educated they are, the better the reputation, and the greater the profits. My next guest is a beer educator who will help you leve…
 
The all American show, as we jump into two classic styles! First up is Colin, back again, with his American Pale Ale. Then we are joined by Vito, who sent us his take on an American Amber Ale, which has a pretty good backstory to it. Good stuff! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
From homebrewers to craft beer brewers, Bailey and Chris opened Crusader Brewing to bring great beer to their community. Located in Bakersfield, CA, Crusader aims to produce beer that engages the local beer drinker, and hopefully drags them away from macro beer in the process. We chat about how they are doing just this - and more - on today's show!…
 
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