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Comedians Ed Bailey & Day Bracey sit down to interview brewers, musicians, comedians, and entrepreneurs about the finer things in life like, craft beer, hennessy, music, art, & Comedy. Join these Pittsburgh based comics , sip, & laugh while learning how to balance vice with expression. @partnerspod @epicasttv
 
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 thin ...
 
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.
 
Michigan's Great Beer State Podcast is a weekly show sharing conversations and stories from the passionate people who contribute to our vibrant Michigan beer community. It is made up of a mix between full-length, archived interviews from the Guild's first documentary book project, A Rising Tide, Stories from the Michigan Brewers Guild, and conversations recorded in the here and now. Each episode is kicked off with a conversational update from hosts Scott Graham, Executive Director and the Gu ...
 
A bi-weekly podcast where we sit down with brewers, owners, representatives and others in the craft beer industry to sip some brews, play some games, learn some things and talk about all the people and places that make the craft beer world the wonderful community that it is. On the road more often than not, we set up our mics in breweries, beer bars, at beer fests and even hop farms and malt houses to get to know the people that make great beer possible. Whether you’re a casual craft beer dr ...
 
True Crime Brewery is a true crime podcast unlike any other! Husband and wife, Jill and Dick, use their medical knowledge and life experiences to take a deep dive into some of the most fascinating crimes from all over the world. Just for fun, Dick uses his expertise as a craft beer lover to review and/or recommend beers from the regions where each crime occurred. Meet them at the quiet end of the bar for a craft brew and a no-holds-barred true crime discussion.
 
The 18th Amendment, which made it illegal to manufacture, sell, or transport alcohol, went into effect on January 17th, 1920. This led to 13 years of organized crime, corruption, and much bloodshed across the land, as well as what we now refer to as the Roaring ‘20’s. Due to the fortunate failed attempt at prohibition, there was an explosion of Americans developing their own recipes for beer and liquor. We want to praise those early companies that made it through the era and cheer those who ...
 
We share stories about craft beer and the people behind it. On this podcast, you'll hear interviews with brewers, brewery owners and other craft beer industry folks telling it like it is in their own words. Born out of a genuine passion for craft beer, BAOS Podcast are Canadian-born with a worldwide perspective. Focused on the beer scenes in North America, Australia and across the globe, we’re a team who travels for the love of craft beer, showcasing the best brews we find and interviewing t ...
 
Each and every Friday night, this Michigan based Craft Beer Podcast, hosted by Dan, Ken, Nick, Rob, and Wendy, sit down in their studio interviewing local and non local breweries, brewpubs, bar owners, and anyone that deals within the craft beer and alcohol industry and we begin to help tell their stories. Our second segment goes over the beer news both locally and nationally, a few times touching big global news like buyouts and mergers. Segment three always ends the show with a fun game to ...
 
Each week, the Drunk Guys tackle a famous book while drinking #Craftbeer matching the book, characters, themes, etc. What beer goes with Orwell’s 1984? Founder’s Dissenter IPA, of course. The Legend of Sleepy Hollow? Seven pumpkin beers. A great #Podcast for readers, drinkers, or anyone with a raunchy sense of humor. Way better than English class. Find us at @drunkguysbc (twitter) or https://drunkguysbookclub.com
 
I am Scott Smith. This is basically just me talking about craft beer and hopefully other funny stuff, at times I’ll be interviewing craft beer nerds, musicians, artists, professionals, business owners & friends and other like-minded individuals that will share craft beer stories and experiences from their own craft….meaning love of what they do, not crafting projects…not that I won’t talk to that kind of crafters too.
 
Whether you think it's a noun or verb, the word "brew" has numerous meanings, and all of them are well-worth talking about. Coming to you from an historic city on the rise, Buffalo, NY, in Western New York, we'll discuss what the breweries are offering and what our friends are making on the weekends. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
This is the Drunken Lullabies feed. It contains all episodes of Drunken Lullabies, a craft beer and music podcast. It also features the spin off Drunk at the Movies, a film commentary podcast. And coming soon, My Personal Mixtape. Musicians select their 10 favorite songs from their careers and we discuss them. Cheers!
 
Get in the pit, stock up the fridge, and listen. Join life long friends Arie Lombardozzi and Todd Bailey for weekly conversations about the latest in metal news and craft beer — a match made in hell. Turn it up to 11, crack open your beer — it’s about to get BREWTAL!
 
The Brewbound Podcast is an extension of Brewbound’s leading B2B beer industry reporting, featuring interviews with beer industry executives and entrepreneurs, along with highlights and commentary from the weekly news. New episodes are released every Thursday. Send comments and suggestions to podcast@brewbound.com.
 
PUBFOOTBALL is stereotypical pub camaraderie and conversation about football packaged up for you in a 90 minute podcast. If you are looking for in depth team analysis and on point player pronunciation you are sadly in the wrong place my friend. PUBFOOTBALL thrives on listener interaction and helps the show go to the what if's, the strange and the glory days. New episodes of PUBFOOTBALL released weekly
 
Two best friends put an ad online with the hope of finding some musicians to start a band. As an audition process they thought that playing two songs and, afterward, drinking two beers with the hopeful candidates would be a good way to find the best fit. They would also record the auditions and release them as a podcast. What followed was the formation of new friendships and a band the likes of which the world has never seen!
 
On every episode of Beer with Nat, I share a beer and a chat with people who do what they love for a living... they work in the beer industry. As we’ve all ended up in this industry by pursuing a passion or chasing a dream, you can bet each guest has some pretty incredible stories to tell.
 
After 7 years of being anonymous, 1.5 million words written about beer, and preaching the gospel of Barleywine is Life, Don't Drink Beer's Alex Kidd gets into the deep, dark world of podcasting. Joining him are his co-hosts, comedy writers and performers Stephen Loh and Michael Gabriel. Together they explore the absurd underbelly of the craft beer world while also discussing movies, music, video games, pop culture, and their sad, basement dwelling lives.
 
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Vancouver Island Brewing has announced the release of a new collaborative sampler pack to raise funds for the preservation of wild B.C. salmon stocks, a vital food source for the Southern Resident Killer Whales that live in the Salish Sea.Pod Pack 2021 – which follows a similar release in 2019 – features four beers created in collaboration with oth…
 
Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, there have been countless stories of how individual people and businesses have adjusted, learned new things, and survived. At Good Beer Hunting we’ve had a collection of audio and written stories specifically asking what these transitions meant for state brewers guilds, the organizations that act as advocates and l…
 
CRAFT BEER PODCAST INFO: Brock Stuard of Tenth and Blake, a portion of MolsonCoors, sits down to talk to us about big beer, acquiring breweries, shelf space practices, and the 3-tier system. 00:00- Introductions 04:50- Introduction To Brock 08:35- Big Beer and its Relationship with Homebrewing 13:40- Reaching Out to "Craft Only" Fans 15:55- Searchi…
 
Jeff Bloem is the Founder of, and Maltster at Murphy & Rude Malting in Charlottesville, VA. We had the pleasure of sitting down with him, plus Bonnie from Wheatland Spring Farm + Brewery, to talk about why malt matters in craft beer. Not only in the sense of the flavor and character it creates in your beer, but also the impact using local malts has…
 
Hoplark with Hot Talk on Hop Tea and Hop Water You know we love our beer, but we do dabble in alternative beverages. This week we're getting all fancy and sipping tea... with plenty of hops. Hoplark co-founder Dean Eberhardt joins us on the show this week to talk about his Hop Tea and Hop Water. We learn what got the ball rolling on Hoplark, and we…
 
The boys were beyond proud to be part of the inaugural Mayday! Celebrating St. Florian’s Day benefiting Hoosier Burn Camp hosted by Backstep Brewing Company in Crawfordsville, Indiana. A fantastic event for a special cause that the boys made a promise to be a part of each and every year. Of course Backstep makes it easy for everyone who has been th…
 
Episode Breakdown: Catching up with the boys (:48) What we’re drinking/Beer news (7:16) (Victoria Mexican Lager and Toxic Words DIPAw/honey) Metal news (16:06) Upcoming Tours (20:09) Brewtal Alumni Updates (26:11) New music (30:08) Featured band (46:06) (Smile on the Sinner) Synopsis: Todd spirals into a rant about an exciting interview opportunity…
 
This episode is a Beer Busters first, dedicated entirely to non-alcoholic beer. Joining us is the Co-Founder and CEO of Hairless Dog Brewing, Jeff Hollander. The Minneapolis based production brewery produces exclusively alcohol-free beer. And it’s for real. Most “NA” beers are brewed traditionally – alcohol and all – and then have the booze removed…
 
(NSFW) In this weeks Road Sodas episode, The Hoppy Craftsmen go over Phoenix New Time's Best of 2020. A few of the places we love made the list, and was pumped to see them get some recognition. Next, Instagram keeps promoting some strange investment opportunity, the guys dig deeper into what that is. For once Ed and Chris are fan boy'n out to some …
 
Sam Black, founder of SYLA PGH, joins the Drinking Partners to discuss a behind the scenes approach to supporting artists by helping them gain access to funding and resources. By analyzing novel approaches and outside the box options, Ms. Black assists artists by lowering barriers and encouraging new ways of marketing and promotion with a logistica…
 
Each of the Malty Boyz™ bring in two maple treats that will battle it out in a too sweet cagematch before being thrown into the never disputed Power Rankings. Who will reign atop the sticky mountain of tapped sap? Before getting into the Bottle Share, Michael leads Alex and Stephen in a game of "Beer or Maple Syrup Review?" In the Beer News, pickle…
 
Italy is definitely not what anyone would consider part of Europe’s traditional brewing heartland: In terms of beverages, the Southern European country is mostly known for its amazing wines, which complement its world-class cuisine. But since the mid-90s, Italy has developed a relatively small but dynamic brewing scene, which originally started in …
 
Cottage country is an unassuming place for craft beer. Muskoka is a region where city folk go to relax and unwind, surrounded by some of the most beautiful scenery Canada has to offer, and the last thing you'd expect is to find fire craft beer. Opening their doors to the public only a couple of years ago, Canvas Brewing has been knocking out qualit…
 
Whip out those calendars! In a momentous moment in Beats, Beards & Brews history, Evan, Eric and Dan prove that they are true podcast professionals when they manage to bounce back from not one ... but two recording hiccups where Evan and then Eric got dropped from the recording completely and everyone kept their cool. We're going to assume that Eva…
 
‘Beer, we say thank you,’ this week when the Drunk Guys discuss The Gunslinger (Dark Tower Book 1) by Stephen King. They also add Wicked Bueno by Banded Brewing, All That is Now by Singlecut, Party Shirt Fridays by Common Roots, Among the Bandits by Finback, and Black is BeautifulBy The Drunk Guys Book Club
 
When a beverage company wants to create a new product – anything from a new flavored line extension to a non-alcoholic drink – they turn to Kerry Group. John Kelly and Paul Villis take a break from inventing the next big thing to discuss product, ingredient, and flavor innovation trends and how their company, Kerry Group, makes it all possible.…
 
Divorce and child custody battles can be brutal, but they rarely end in murder. In February, 2002, Alan Bates and his wife Terra were excited to pick up his two daughters from the home of his ex-wife, Jessica McCord. His relationship with Jessica had been acrimonious since the divorce, but he loved his girls and would not give up on them. The coupl…
 
In this episode, contributor Cade Jobe joins Marshall to discuss the often overlooked topic of physical and mental health as it relates to drinking alcohol. The Brülosophy Podcast is brought to you by Imperial Yeast who provide brewers with the most viable and fresh yeast on the market. Learn more about what Imperial Yeast has to offer at ImperialY…
 
Fresh out the linen closet, it's a special bonus Malt-terrogation with Paul Arney, owner and head brewer of The Ale Apothecary! He gives perhaps the most unique answer to "If money was no issue what's the next piece of non-essential brewing equipment you'd buy?" but for a brewer that uses hollowed out spruce trees as lauter tuns the answer should b…
 
You’re about to listen to our Virtual Taproom visit with Jeremy Ragonese, president of Uinta Brewing in Salt Lake City. These brief Virtual Taproom conversations are recorded via Zoom and the video is available now on the Utah Beer News YouTube channel. Jeremy’s voice might sound familiar to you, and not just because he’s been a fixture in the Utah…
 
It's not every day we get to hang out with the literal newest kids on the block. Brasserie Mellön, founded by friends Alexandre Pontbriand + David Goudreau, opened last weekend (Saturday, May 1st, 2021) in Montreal's Rosemont-La-Petite-Patrie after 5 long years of hard work and dedication. Anxious and unsure how they'd be received by the beer-drink…
 
We’re back with another visit with Joey Cardaccio, the beer and service manager at Slackwater Pub & Pizzeria in Sandy. Each month we visit with Joey for our Virtual Taproom and 3 Beers with Joey segment that you can watch now on the Utah Beer News YouTube Channel. This month Joey highlights three beers that are worth checking out — two are from nei…
 
Jules Gray describes herself as “someone that likes to keep busy.” Not only is she the founder of Hop Hideout—one of the U.K.’s first drink-in bottle shops, which opened in Sheffield, northern England, back in 2013—she’s also the organizer of Sheffield Beer Week; the Indie Beer Feast beer festival; and Indie Beer Shop Day, a new initiative she laun…
 
Victory founder Bill Covaleski and Ron Barchet talk 25 years of Victory Beers After 25 years, Victory Brewing isn't slowing down. They're goal to Brew Forward means they're doubling down on quality, commitment, and community. As we talk with founder Bill Covaleski and Ron Barchet we discovered what it means to be a successful brewer. Barchet is onc…
 
This week, beers from Southern California's Laguna Beach Beer Company! Go here to see notes for this episode: https://www.fourbrewers.com/336-laguna-beach-beer-company Subscribe: RSS | Apple Podcasts | Google Play Music | Stitcher | YouTube | Twitch | Anchor.fm Support the show: Patreon | PayPal Donation 4B Social Media: Facebook | Twitter | Instag…
 
Jamil and John talk a lot about brewing beer on this show, but not too much about mead. So they invited Michael Fairbrother from Moonlight Meadery to come on the show and school them both on the art of mead making. Michael is a former homebrewer turned pro-meadmaker, and has been active in the judging community for many years. On today's show, he s…
 
Been far too long, but the boys have finally made their way back home to where it all started at Alley’s Alehouse in Fishers, Indiana. Bar Manager, Mark Strawn jumped on the mic for the 1st half of the show to talk about what’s new at Alley’s and what’s coming up for the summer. And you all know he didn’t come empty handed. A couple of the killer a…
 
Episode Breakdown: Catching up with the boys (:48) What we’re drinking/Beer news (8:11) (Family Business Beer Co's Golden Age and Revolution Brewing's Cafe Deth) Metal news (19:37) New music (39:35) Featured band (58:01) (blindwolf) Synopsis: Todd gets shot (with a vaccine) in San Antonio while Arie taps into Limp Bizkit’s “Break Stuff” on the set …
 
Hop in the Malty Cruiser and head straight to the orchards because this week it's a New Glarus bang-bang when the Patreon votes to have the highest rated fruit beer according to RateBeer.com to kick off the show. Then Stephen brings in a New Glarus brew for the Bottleshare while Alex goes the ol' barleywine route and Michael goes the ol' homer Ohio…
 
EP214 is with special guest Armand Majidi, drummer of the NYC Hardcore legends Sick of it All. We talk about new Sick of it All music, craft beers, playing large venues, the hardcore and straight-edge scenes and he shared some great stories! Cheers! Video version: https://youtu.be/CDqYVxPP_FQ Follow him on IG: @armand.of.it.all Follow Sick of it Al…
 
Taking your homebrew to the "next level" can mean many things. Often times, it involves some kind of contact with wood. On today's show, we examine barrel aging in all of it's facets, how do do it properly, and what it can to to benefit - and harm - your beer! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
Working in media today feels weirdly similar to trying to navigate the Fire Swamp in the classic 1987 film The Princess Bride. Success is possible, but the path is surrounded by quicksand, Rodents of Unusual Size, and numerous other obstacles along the way. It’s tenuous at the best of times, and damn near impossible under trying circumstances—like …
 
We talk a lot about beer from a brewer’s perspective on the Utah Beer News Podcast. But often we don’t consider all the elements involved in understanding how a brewer’s creation gets into our glass. In this episode, I sit down with Rebecca Cardaccio, sales director at Proper Brewing Co. in Salt Lake City, to learn more about the sales and marketin…
 
On this episode the boys had the pleaser to speak to Simon and Sophia of Nelson Brewing. Nelson brewing is located in the City of Nelson a small city located in the far South East of British Columbia in the Kootenay Region. Tune in now. Podcaster Involved: Mike G of Pacific Beer Chat Cam of Pacific Beer Chat Warren of Fraser Mills fermentation / Wh…
 
Kahnawake Brewing was the first brewery in Canada to be opened on native indigenous territory. They literally assisted in writing the laws to allow a brewery to operate, and they've been changing the game ever since. We first visited Co-Founder Drew Stevens back in May 2018 on a rainy Spring day shortly after their March opening, so we were overdue…
 
The Drunk Guys drink Saddam many beers this week when they discuss Zabiba and the King by Saddam Hussein. And may beer be upon them, including: Cactus Palace by Other Half and Arizona Wilderness, Stranger Than: Chocolate and Coconut by Collective Arts, Technological Nightmare by Finback, and Breathing: Conversations by…
 
This week we were joined by Allan Heida, aka Al The Brewer to talk about all things craft beer, and to learn more about his podcast, I Know Nothing About Beer. We discussed our favorite styles of craft beer, the rise and fall of IPAs, some of the harder to find craft beers, trading beer, and much more! In addition to his podcast, Allan also documen…
 
The Schenecker family home was in a nice neighborhood; the kind of place couples choose to raise a family. Julie, her husband Parker, and their two children, Calyx and Beau, seemed to be living the good life in their spacious home located on a cul-de-sac in a gated community. But on January 28, 2011, the city of Tampa and surrounding communities we…
 
Malt extract is made from the same malt all-grain brewers use to make beer, and while some believe it can be used to produce beers identical to those made using only grains, others claim it imparts its own unique characteristics. In this episode, contributor Cade Jobe joins Marshall to talk about the impact malt extract has when making Stout. The B…
 
One Friday night Eric came in to the studio and Amy, along with Jon Henderson phoned in. For those that don't know, Jon runs Good Time Tricycle, the company behind the Atlantic City Beer and Music Festival and some other great events in the area. Jon wanted to talk about some the of the things that you can expect from the event this year. At the ti…
 
You may have read or heard industry pros or journalists like me throw around these acronyms lately—FMBs and RTDs. They stand for flavored malt beverages—that’s the FMB—and ready-to-drink cocktails—the RTD. In layman terms, they’re the industry stand-in for what we all see on store shelves as hard seltzer, alcoholic tea, or canned cocktails from the…
 
CRAFT BEER PODCAST NEWS EPISODE! The crew break down the future in beer movements as Five Shores continues its cause, New Belgium making the worst beer ever, and what laws we'd like to see kept and changed in a post C*VID world 00:00​- Introductions04:01​- Topic #1- More Movements in Beer 10:01​- Topic #2 - New Belgium Worst Beer Ever 19:30​- Topic…
 
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