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Footnotes: the Cicerone Podcast is a podcast to inspire you about outdoor travel and activities in the UK and across the world. As specialists in outdoor travel guidebooks for over 50 years, Cicerone Press has published nearly 400 guidebooks to walking, cycling, trekking, mountaineering and running all over the world. The Cicerone team is based in Kendal, near the Lake District, and we look forward to sharing our love of the outdoors with you. Through conversations with our guidebook authors ...
 
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.
 
*During COVID pandemic check out Best Served Podcast on Facebook for new LIVE episodes daily. Acknowledging and celebrating our Unsung Hospitality Heroes. We value WHY and WHO before what and how in the industry. It's too easy to get caught up in the minutia of what we do and how we do it. Join Chef Jensen Cummings as he talks to industry leaders about the people that have been there through the trials and triumphs of their lives and careers. From childhood guides to ass kicking mentors to t ...
 
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.
 
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Bestselling author of 'The Salt Path' and 'The Wild Silence', Raynor Winn is a long-distance walker and advocate who writes about nature, homelessness and wild camping. While walking the South West Coast Path and trekking in Iceland, Raynor grew to trust the words of author Paddy Dillon, one of Cicerone's most prolific guidebook writers. In this ep…
 
Visiting Roman forts, milecastles and other historic sites in the Hadrian's Wall World Heritage Site, Hadrian's Cycleway is a fantastic three-day ride across northern England from Ravenglass in Cumbria to South Shields near Newcastle-upon-Tyne. Cicerone authors Rachel Crolla and Carl McKeating joined us to talk about their new guidebook to Hadrian'…
 
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 …
 
Comparable with the Himalaya and Karakoram, Tajikistan is a remote trekkers' paradise of glaciated mountains and turquoise lakes. In this episode of highlights from our Cicerone Live event, Cicerone author Jan Bakker discusses the practicalities and delights of trekking in the third highest country on Earth, from water, food and mountain safety to …
 
Crossing the mountainous spine of Wales, the Cambrian Way is a 300 mile route with a rich history and strong sense of community. In this episode of highlights from our Cicerone Live event, we spoke to Cicerone authors Richard Tyler and George Tod (also a Trustee of the Cambrian Way Trust, http://www.cambrianway.org.uk/) and Ramblers Cymru represent…
 
A mountain traverse like no other in the UK, Skye's Cuillin Ridge is an aspiration for many climbers, mountaineers and scramblers. In this episode of highlights from our Cicerone Live event, Cicerone author Adrian Trendall speaks to fellow mountaineer Joe Williams about experience, time and kit needed for the traverse in both summer and winter, how…
 
As publishers of nearly 400 outdoor travel guidebooks, Cicerone Press are a specialist team who love the outdoors and want to inspire and guide you on your next outdoor adventure. In this episode, hosts Amy Hodkin and Hannah Stevenson introduce themselves and speak to Joe Williams about the history of Cicerone, our team of expert authors and the ar…
 
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 …
 
Welcome to Footnotes: the Cicerone Podcast, a podcast to inspire you about outdoor travel and activities in the UK and across the world. Whether you're an established long-distance trekker or mountaineer or have just rediscovered a love of walking or cycling, we want to inspire and guide you on your next outdoor adventure. As publishers of nearly 4…
 
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 …
 
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 …
 
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…
 
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…
 
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…
 
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…
 
Best Served Good is a Q&A show where we celebrate the Unsung Hospitality Heroes. Join Chef Jensen Cummings as he talks to industry leaders about the people that have been there through the trials and triumphs of their lives and careers. On this episode of Best Served Good, our host Jensen Cummings sits down with Todd Buffington who doesn't give a s…
 
Best Served Baked is a Q&A show where we celebrate the Unsung Hospitality Heroes. Join Chef Jensen Cummings as he talks to industry leaders about the people that have been there through the trials and triumphs of their lives and careers. On this episode of Best Served Live, our host Jensen Cummings sits down with Tiphanie Cannon who started as a th…
 
Best Served Fast is a Q&A show where we celebrate the Unsung Hospitality Heroes. Join Chef Jensen Cummings as he talks to industry leaders about the people that have been there through the trials and triumphs of their lives and careers. On this episode of Best Served Live, our host Jensen Cummings sits down with Eric Silverstein to discuss "The Pea…
 
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…
 
On this episode of Best Served Cares, our host Jensen Cummings sits down with Claudine Pepin of the Jacques Pepin Foundation to talk about about eating local and seasonal food, pouring champagne over her dad, Jacques Pépin, bronzed head, and the time José Andrés's daughter wanted to learn how to make an omelet from Jacques over Zoom. Top Five Takea…
 
The Beer Judge Certification Program, or BJCP, works to categorize the world’s beer styles so that homebrewers can submit their brews for feedback on how well they hit the targets. These same beer style guidelines have become widely accepted as the go-to style authority because they are specific and also give us a way to communicate about beer. How…
 
In this episode you will hear from icons like Chef Edward Lee of 610 Magnolia The LEE Initiative, Garrett Oliver ofThe Brooklyn Brewery, Debbie Gold of Amy Morton's Stolp Island Social and meet a couple new humans in hospitality with Liliana Myers of Safta Restaurant and Silvia Hernandez of Comal Heritage Food Incubator.…
 
On this episode of Best Served Live, our host Jensen Cummings sits down with Caroline Glover of Annette Scratch Kitchen to discuss reopening after COVID, how her kitchen staff will jump out of the kitchen to help guests, and the James Beard awards. Top Five Takeaways 1. Caroline’s restaurant Annette is under a same pay model where everyone is paid …
 
On this episode of Best Served Live, our host Jensen Cummings sits down with D'Andre Carter of Soul & Smoke and Feast & Imbibe to talk about talks to Jensen about Chicago foodies, farmers markets, and the time he met José Andrés. Top Five Takeaways 1. In the 2007 2008 when D’Andre was getting started in catering, catering was not considered serious…
 
On this episode of Best Served Live, our host Jensen Cummings sits down with Dayanny Delacruz of Hard Rock Stadium, Miami, FL, to talk about getting her start in a farmers market in Grand Rapids, Michigan, being a Latina cooking hockey food in Minnesota, and the number of lobster tails they flew in for Super Bowl 2020. Top Five Takeaways 1. You can…
 
Defining farmhouse beers is a bit like trying to explain jazz or comfort food to someone who’s never experienced them. It usually requires a conversation because there is no single, simple definition we can all agree on. We tend to look to Belgium or France to bail us out of this pickle since Lambics, Saisons and Biers de Garde are the best known e…
 
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