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Celebrated NYC publican Jimmy Carbone hosts a convivial audio ale salon celebrating the world of craft beer. Through discussions with beer industry insiders and knowledgeable beer fans from across the country, Jimmy and his friends explore every aspect of the brewer's craft from grains to pint glass and tasting to toasting. For 10 years and more than 500 episodes, Beer Sessions Radio has witnessed and recorded the craft beer revolution in real time. With each episode, Jimmy continues to foll ...
 
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Concerns over violent threats to federal judges has led to a bill called the Daniel Anderl Act, named for a judge's son who was shot to death by a man enraged at the judge's decision in his case. We discuss the contents of the Act, and the challenges it might face, and answer the question: how will this legislation protect judges, and how might it …
 
Christina Lewicky, a member of the City Bar Litigation Committee and the host of this podcast, speaks with Bill Dodero, Global Head of Litigation at Bayer and Jonathan Cohn, Partner at Sidley Austin. They discuss the value of outside counsel who are relentlessly selfless, resolute and solutions oriented strategists, and who produce efficient wins.…
 
This week on Beer Sessions Jimmy is talking about homebrewing and The American Homebrewers Association with Julia Herz, executive director of The American Homebrewers Association; Ethan Cox of Community Beer Works; and Jeff Lyons of Endless Life Brewing. Julia talks about her role as being a voice and advocate for the hobby she loves. She also cove…
 
This week on beer sessions radio Jimmy is talking to some warmer weather breweries with Jordan Gardenhire, founder and brewmaster of Baja Brewing Company, and Katie Lowe brewmeister of Koko’s Bavarian. Katie talks about the vision of Koko’s Bavarian led by people like the Prince Koko of Bavaria and celebrity chef Tim Love. Jordan tells some crazy s…
 
This week on Beer Sessions Jimmy is talking cider with Brighid O'Keane, executive director of The Cider Institute of North America (CINA); Christine Walter, head cider maker and owner of Bauman’s Cider; Ryan Burk, head cider maker of Angry Orchards and board member of The Cider Institute of North America; and Kira Bassingthwaighte, head cider maker…
 
This week on Beer Sessions, Jimmy is talking about distribution in New York City with Ken Landin and Patrick Sylvester of Crossroads Brewing, James Zinkand, owner of Misguided Spirits, and Megan Rickerson, owner of Someday NYC. The gang highlights the challenges Covid has brought to the industry. James talks about his experience from Eataly to Mill…
 
This week on Beer Sessions (the last Beer Sessions of 2021!) Jimmy is talking about the greatest hits of 2021 and beer dessert pairings with Julia Herz, executive director of the American Homebrewers Association and author, Jerard Fagerberg, freelance beer writer, and Jessie Sheehan, recipe developer and author of The Vintage Baker. Jessie details …
 
This week on Beer Sessions, Jimmy is talking about giving back with Karen Lawson of Lawson’s Finest Liquids in Vermont, Erin Maciel of Honesta Coffee, and Richard Thomas of Argyle Brewing Company. Karen talks about how Lawson’s Finest Liquids has used their Sunshine Fund to help support causes in their community from the Vermont River Conservancy t…
 
Christina Lewicky, a member of the City Bar Litigation Committee and the host of this podcast series, speaks with Farzin Firooznia, Senior Vice President and General Counsel, PepsiCo, Latin America; and Andrew (Drew) Tulumello, Co-Chair, Complex Commercial Litigation Practice, Weil, Gotshal & Manges. They discuss elements of a successful partnershi…
 
This week on Beer Sessions, Jimmy puts down the beer to light up the conversation about marijuana with Max Bookman, partner at Pesetsky & Bookman, and Andrew Mutty, co-owner of Beantown Greentown. Max covers what's been holding up the establishment of dispensaries in New York City, and what you need to know if you’re looking to open your own dispen…
 
Happy Thanksgiving from the BSR family to yours! Instead of turkey and beer pairings, Jimmy takes the road less traveled this week, diving into fermentation. On the show is Gabe Toth, distillery manager, former brewer, and author of the Fermentation Kitchen for the Brewer’s Association, and Brandon Buza, a connoisseur of all things yeast, bacteria,…
 
This week Jimmy is talking doomsday drinking with Chris Maestro, owner of Bierwax, Thomas Gaulkin, editor at The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientist, and Aaron Goldfarb, journalist, and author of Hacking Whiskey. From nuclear apocalypse to climate change, how might a disaster affect your favorite beer? Thomas talks about some of the little-known scien…
 
This week on Beer Sessions, Jimmy sits down with Tim Webb and Steven Beaumont, co-authors of the 3rd Edition of The World Atlas of Beer. Tim and Steven detail their paths to becoming some of the most renowned beer authors. They talk about the enormous growth the world of craft beer has seen in the past twenty years with now 45 countries having boom…
 
This week Jimmy dives into the history of working-class drinking with PJ Mercier, founder of Navigation Brewing in Lowell, Massachusetts, BR Royla, national judge for BJCP, Peter Brown, British journalist and writer, and Jerard Fagerberg, writer and journalist. From Jack Kerouac to British coal mines, the gang pieces through where pub myth and lege…
 
This week Jimmy heads up to Cambridge to have a tasting with Soham Bhatt at Artifact Cider Project. Jimmy and Soham talk through the brief history of northeast cider as well as the founding of The Artifact Cider Project. They touch on how Artifact Cider Project has created cider deeply connected to both the landscape and the history of the Northeas…
 
This week Jimmy explores the local sourcing and supply chains that bring you some of the best beers with Geoff Wenzel, R&D brewer at Industrial Arts Brewing, Mike McManus, director of brewing operations at Industrial Arts Brewing, Phil Neumann with Mainstem Malt, and Kevin Kain, beer blogger @Casketbeer. Kevin and Mike start us off diving into the …
 
Jimmy heads to Boston for the 600th episode of BSR! We catch up with Chris Lohring, founder of Notch Brewing, to talk pilsner traditions, decoction, as well as the new Notch Tap Room and Brewery at the Charles River Speedway in Boston’s Brighton neighborhood. For the second year in a row, Jimmy is tapping and tasting the extremely limited, Pitch Li…
 
Arianna Mouré, an Associate at CSG Law, speaks with Julia Lopez, a Partner at Reed Smith, on her professional journey and her advice for aspiring Hispanic attorneys on finding their way in the legal profession. James A. Lewis, V. , Executive Director of the City Bar’s Office for Diversity and Inclusion, introduces the conversation.…
 
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