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Good Beer Matters is a show about great beer, great friends and the experiences we create together. We seek to educate people on the art, science and cultural impact of beer on our world and to tell the stories of those who are leading the charge. This is a show for beer professionals who work in the industry, who are training to obtain their BJCP, Cicerone and more. It is also for the beer enthusiasts who seek to understand beer culture better.
 
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 ...
 
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
 
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.
 
The Utah Beer News podcast is an extension of utahbeernews.com. It strives to deliver stories from brewers, breweries, and everyday imbibers who share a passion for craft beer. Founded in 2018, Utah Beer News is written by and for craft beer lovers. It's handcrafted craft beer content to sip and savor.
 
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In our last episode, Utah Beer News visited with Certified Beer Judge Jae Vanderwerf. Be sure to listen to Episode 41 to get the scoop on the Beer Judge Certification Program and a lot of other beer-y stuff related to tasting and analyzing beer. And now, in this first-ever Utah Beer News Bonus Episode, Jae will take Utah Beer News listeners along f…
 
Mother Road Brewing Company definitely walks the walk. Located in Flagstaff, Arizona, they are a company that is committed to providing a supportive workplace for their employees, as well as including their local community in the direction of their beers. Michael's brewery is set up for success, inside and out, and we had a great time chatting with…
 
The Brewing Network got together to pay our respects to Mike "Tasty" McDole. His passing leaves a gigantic Tasty Cookie-sized hole in our hearts, both on and off the air. Tasty's impact in our lives can never be measured, but it can be celebrated, and that is what we tried to do with this social distanced foregathering. Tasty was a brother to us al…
 
Today on Dr. Homebrew, we break down one of the more pure styles out there - English Bitter. Everything has to be in balance, with malt leading the charge. Not an easy thing to get right with modern beer palates the way they are. Afterwards, we move on to a Smoked Baltic Porter - another sub-style that is hard to perfect. Learn more about your ad c…
 
Today on the Utah Beer News Podcast you’ll hear from one of Utah’s relatively few certified beer judges. Jae Vanderwerf, who grew up in Portland and who spent some time in Minnesota, is no stranger to vibrant beer towns. When she arrived in Salt Lake about 18 months ago, she immediately fell in love with the craft beer scene here. Even before landi…
 
Blonde Ale is not typically the go-to style for adjuncts. Fruit additions aside, it's mostly a malt-driven beer. Well, Mark comes back on from the last show and proves us wrong, sending a Blonde Ale brewed with mescal honey, peaches, and orange habaneros. Then we try is NEIPA, which isn't AS exciting, but what is? Learn more about your ad choices. …
 
Chris Jacobs grew up 45 minutes from Sierra Nevada Brewery in Northern California. He moved to Las Vegas in 1995 and immersed himself in the bar and cocktail scene on the Strip, working in various service industry positions. A few years passed and he started focusing on the craft beer aspect of Las Vegas — which proved to be minimal at the time. Ch…
 
Last time Lee Bakofsky was on The Session, he was brewing beer for Eagle Rock Brewing, one of the staples of the LA craft beer scene. Now, he's moved to a brand new brewery called Party Beer Co., so we chat with him to learn all about how you transition jobs as a brewer - and open a new spot - during a pandemic. Learn more about your ad choices. Vi…
 
We love getting unusual styles here on Dr. Homebrew. Today is no different! We stumble upon an Italian Pilsner, which we've possibly never had before - exciting! We also were sent a Festbier, another style we rarely see. It was a good day for homebrew judging, for sure! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
Breast cancer is one of the most common, yet treatable forms of cancer that affects women, and some men. If you are in a group of 8 women, at least one of you will be diagnosed with breast cancer. This may sound intimidating. But there are many organizations that help promote coping with, and curing this disease. My next guest founded one of these …
 
This is a short series called Beer With Benefits. Armed with a smile and a tasty beer in their hand, these guests are changing the world for the better, one sip at a time. This one goes out to all the men. I know… I get it… I’m one of you. We feel the burden of the world on our shoulders. We may even have learned to just toughen up, to walk it off …
 
As I mention in the introduction to each episode, we talk to the brewers, breweries, and everyday imbibers who contribute to the Utah craft beer community. Ben Raskin is an everyday imbiber. But more than that he is someone who knows a thing or two about booze in the Beehive State. He has owned and managed bars. He has consumed his share of domesti…
 
My next guest began with a passion for the environment and sustainability, then he discovered beer. He managed to put the two together when he founded his Portland, Oregon brewhouse in 2007. Eventually his brewery would become one of the only breweries in the world with B-Corp status, Salmon Safe Certification, and 1% For The Planet membership. In …
 
Today on The Session we are joined by the fine people from Imperiale Beer Project, in Brentwood, California. Not only are they still in business during the pandemic, but they opened their doors at the height of the California shelter-in-place announcement. We chat with former homebrewer and Club D.O.Z.E. member Vito DeLucchi, and owners Brandon and…
 
Times have been tough this year for many of us. For those who are normally accustomed to life’s grand adventure, we’re probably ready for some stability. For those unprepared for uncertainty, we’ve been shaken to our core. If there was a time to come together, to share best practices and to build a community as well as a business, I’d say now is a …
 
In the age of COVID, breweries are finding it harder and harder to find their way through the shutdowns and into a survivable business model. Danville Brewing Company is no exception. We chat with brewer Matt Sager, to find out how the shutdown affected him, how they fought their way back into the marketplace, and what happened to all that beer the…
 
There are many things that influence our decisions as beer drinkers, branding, advertisements, flavor, etc. Most of us take for granted the wealth of beers available to us everywhere we go. But, what about those things that influence our decisions that are completely outside our control? What about the nefarious business practices such as price und…
 
Belgian Dark Strong beers have a very complex flavor, with not a very complex grain bill. Which is why they tend to be a hard style to get right for us homebrewers. Today we tackle this Belgian beast, and then wash it down with maybe it's polar opposite ... American Blonde Ale. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
Belgian-style beers are always hard to replicate. Every facet of your process has to be correct - from fermentation temps to your grain bill. While that's true of most every style of beer, for some reason Belgian beers seem to be extra needy in order to get that right mix. We judge a Belgian Triple on this show, and we get into some common off-flav…
 
Hop Revolution & Hallertau Brewery from New Zealand join the Session to talk hops, COVID-19 & more. Tune in and find out about how New Zealand's newest hop farm's first harvest went back in February & March. Also, Hallertau Brewmaster Stephen Plowman talks about what makes New Zealand hops so special. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megapho…
 
I want you to think back to that one perfect night you replay in your head over and over. You know the one. It’s the night that if you could go back in time, you wouldn’t change anything. Instead, you’d just sit back and relive the magic. It was the night where the food was amazing, the beer pairing sung like angels and the conversation flowed like…
 
COVID-19 has flipped the craft beer industry on its head, but what happens when you have to move your entire brewery in 26 days during a pandemic? Dave Marliave from Flat Tail Brewing Company knows exactly how that goes, and we chat with him on this Shutdown Special. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
There are men so devoted to their faith, they sequester themselves from the outside world. In order to sustain themselves and give to charity, they make a variety of products. Luckily for us, some of these products are the best beers in the world. Trappist beers, as we know them, have been around for close to a hundred years. They have become a hal…
 
With the cancelation of HomebrewCon this year, hundreds of homebrewers had beers stranded at their first round collection points across the country. Our friends at Club Doze decided to do what they volunteered to do - judge away! We chat with two Dozers, Pavel and Robbie, and learn a bit about how they managed to judge all the beers in their locati…
 
We are making magic on Dr. Homebrew today, folks. Somehow, we manage to turn a Kolsch into something called a "British Golden Ale", which is a style that nobody on the show tonight has had before. But it sounds good, and that's all that matters. We also cover a Cranberry Catharina Sour, which is a style we have pretty much only had on this show. So…
 
Learning to pair beer with food is a lifelong pursuit that is all about the journey, not the destination. A great pairing has a way of elevating the experience, the discussion, the memory, and with some luck, the relationships with those around us. I’ve spent a fair amount of time learning, thinking about and experimenting with food and beer pairin…
 
Beer culture is nearly as diverse and as rich as our human culture throughout the world. But, while it pains me to say this out loud, there really is more to life than just beer. When we look at all of fermentation, we can see how interconnected, yet diverse the world truly is. As we have learned from previous episodes, the craft beer movement is n…
 
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