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Twin Cities On The Move
Halloween 2021! Scary Stories and Breweries

Twin Cities On The Move

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 33:09


The TCOTM crew is live at Stacked Deck Brewery where they are joined by owner Lacey Thiessen. The group discusses how breweries help the local real estate scene. Then it's on to scary stories! This year brings some of the scariest stories to the show! Stacked Deck is located at 421 Cedar Street, Saint Paul. Find them online at https://stackeddeckbrewing.com/ Justin Scheeler and Paul St Andrew are licensed real estate agents in the state of Minnesota with RE/MAX Results. Paul St Andrew can be found online at minnesotahomesales.com. Justin Scheeler can be found online at justinscheeler.com. Joel Benson is a mortgage consultant with Cardinal Financial Company, Limited Partnership (NMLS 66247) which is an Equal Housing Opportunity lender and is not affiliated with RE/MAX Results. Joel Benson's NMLS ID is 1064642. Cardinal Financial can be found online at cardinalfinancial.com. Sponsors: My Insurance Warehouse. Reach them at (612) 354-2040 or myinsurancewarewhouse.com.

Utah Beer News
Virtual Taproom: Wasatch Brewery's Brave Noise Beer, 35 Years

Utah Beer News

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 18:39


You're listening to our Virtual Taproom visit with Kristin Martino, marketing manager for Salt Lake Brewing Co., and Libby Taylor, general manager of the West Side Tavern and Beer Ambassador for Salt Lake Brewing Co. These brief Virtual Taproom conversations are recorded via Zoom and the video is available now on the Utah Beer News YouTube channel. As I've done with previous Virtual Taproom episodes, I wanted to share the audio portion with the Utah Beer News podcast listeners. Rather than the more in-depth interviews and brewery histories typical of our podcast episodes, these bite-sized conversations feature more so-called “newsy” information. We talk about new beer releases, upcoming events, and general happenings at Utah's craft breweries. If you're in the Utah beer industry and would like to be a guest on an upcoming episode, please send me an email at tim@utahbeernews.com. For this one, we get to hear about an important beer now pouring at Wasatch Brewery locations. Brave Noise Beer is a nationwide collaboration designed to advocate for safe spaces and inclusive environments. Breweries are banding together to brew a pale ale and at the same time make their code of conduct policies easily accessible to the public. We also talk about Wasatch Brewery's 35th Anniversary, which officially takes place on Oct. 22, 2021. A lot has changed in the Utah craft beer landscape over the last three-and-a-half decades, but Wasatch remains an industry leader. Learn how you can help the trailblazing brewery celebrate 35 years. We recorded our conversation on Oct. 19, 2021, and, as I mentioned, you can catch the full video on our YouTube channel, as well as on our Facebook Page. Thanks to Libby and Kristin for taking the time to talk with Utah Beer News. And thank you for listening. If you enjoy this type of storytelling, I'd really appreciate if you could please leave a review on your podcast platform of choice. Enjoy the episode! Episode 67 | October 20, 2021

Beering Ain't Easy
A Guide to the Houston Beer Scene With Sylvia, The Houston Beer Mother

Beering Ain't Easy

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 52:27


The Beering Ain't Easy podcast gets the low down on the Houston Beer Scene in this awesome interview with Houston Beer Influencer Sylvia, aka the @houstonbeermother!  Sylvia has been following the Houston beer scene since the beginning, and she not only acts as a brand ambassador for many Houston breweries, but she also has her own Houston Beer podcast (The Draught Queens) and runs the Houston Beer Guide website.  We talk about upcoming Houston Beer events and releases, must-see breweries, Renaissance Fest, and shine bright lights on all the great beer-related things going on in H-Town! Featured Beers:Hyper Light.  Back Pew Brewing, Porter, TX. 4.2% ABV.Blue Testament. Back Pew Brewing, Porter, TX. 5.2% ABVOne Helles of a Lager.  Klaus Brewing Company, Houston, TX.  5.4% ABV.Hazy Pale Ale.  Saint Arnold Brewing Company, Houston, TX. 4.7% ABV.Doc Hoppiday. Saloon Door Brewing, Webster, TX.  6.4% ABV.Pumpkinator (2020).  Saint Arnold Brewing Company, Houston, TX.Cocodiculous. Saloon Door Brewing, Webster, TX. Coconut Imperial Stout. 11.8% ABV. What's Sylvia Up To?Follow Sylvia @houstonbeermother on Instagram!Subscribe to the The Draught Queens podcast!Houston Beer Guide websiteTexas Beer Collective FB Page@Budzbees Local Honey FarmHouston Girls Pint Out Other Shout-OutsThe Maharaja.  Avery Brewing Company, Boulder, CO.Light Hearted Ale. Bell's BrewerySpindleTap Beers:  Heavy Hands, 5% Tint, Hop Gusher, Houston Haze, Houston Haziest, Triple CrownSaloon Door Beers: Happy Hoppidiculous (coming soon), Tasty AF, V for Vienna, Kema SupremahVallensons Beers:  Honey Belgian Ale (Honey Pot)Renaissance Fest:  Brigadoon Brewery (Black Plague Stout), Polish Tavern, Sea Devil TaproomPints for ProstatesMusic to My Beers Festival (Pearland)Nobi Public HouseCidercadeTexzas Food truck at SpindleTapFrost Town BrewingBig Al Craft Brew House / Turkey ForestGrumpy McGregorsSaint Arnold / Great Heights / New Magnolia / Eureka Heights / Twisted Acre/ Misfit/ Location Six / Lone Pint/ Walking Stick/ Galveston Island Brewing / Baa Baa BrewhouseMartin House HTOWN Brewery Challenge Tracker - See how we're doing on our challenge to visit all breweries within 50 miles of Houston!NEW WEBSITE and MERCH PAGE!  Check out all the great podcasts that are a part of Cross the Streams media!https://www.crossthestreamsmedia.com/show/beering-aint-easy/Follow @beeringainteasy on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, or YouTube, email us at beeringainteasy@gmail.com, or follow our beer quest on Untappd, usernames BeeringAintEasyAdam and BeeringAintEasyDrew.

Pour Another Round
Brewery 037 - Zambaldi Beer - Green Bay, WI

Pour Another Round

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 60:47


Some homebrewers get their start in a basement or garage, but David got his start in his Army Barracks. Some beer fans find their love of beer from the keg at a college frat part, but Abbey was drawn to it during a European backpacking trip.Zambaldi: a combination of founders' last names and the fact that David doesn't have any hair. There are also apparently many people named Zambaldi in Italy. Who knew?!Follow Zambaldi Beer:Instagram: @zambaldi_beerTwitter: @zambaldibeerFacebook: /zambaldibeerWebsite: zambaldi.comFollow Pour Another Round:Facebook: /PourAnothrRoundInstagram: @PourAnothrRoundTwitter: @PourAnothrRoundThis episode is supported by Tavour. Tavour makes it easy to access and discover the highest rated craft beers from all over the world, right through their app. Get the best craft beer delivered right to your doorstep from over 650 breweries in 47 different states. Download the Tavour app. Be sure to enter the promo code POUR at sign up. You'll receive $10 in credit after spending $25 getting the best in craft beer. Beer lovers can build their own custom beer box or subscribe to have the top-rated beers automatically shipped to you. Fill your fridge with unique, hard-to-find beers from independent craft breweries.

Utah Beer News
Virtual Taproom: Talisman Brewing Celebrates 5 Years

Utah Beer News

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 24:51


You're listening to our Virtual Taproom visit with Joann Williams, co-founder of Talisman Brewing in Ogden. These brief Virtual Taproom conversations are recorded via Zoom and the video is available now on the Utah Beer News YouTube channel. As I've done with previous Virtual Taproom episodes, I wanted to share the audio portion with the Utah Beer News podcast listeners. Rather than the more in-depth interviews and brewery histories typical of our podcast episodes, these bite-sized conversations feature more so-called “newsy” information. We talk about new beer releases, upcoming events, and general happenings at Utah's craft breweries. If you're in the Utah beer industry and would like to be a guest on an upcoming episode, please send me an email at tim@utahbeernews.com. For this one, Joann Williams talks about Talisman Brewing celebrating its five-year anniversary in 2021. We also discuss a few beers for which Talisman is known — and Joann gives a sneak peek at some beers that should be showing up in bottles and hitting tap handles soon. Oh, and perhaps the biggest news — Talisman is patiently waiting for the arrival of its new canning line. That will allow the brewery to put together six- and 12-packs of its beer going forward. We recorded our conversation on October 5, 2021, and, as I mentioned, you can catch the full video on our YouTube channel, as well as on our Facebook Page. Thanks to Joann for taking the time to talk with Utah Beer News. And thank you for listening. If you enjoy this type of storytelling, I'd really appreciate if you could please leave a review on your podcast platform of choice. Enjoy the episode! Episode 66 | October 14, 2021

SAHDBeercast's podcast
SAHDBeercast #50

SAHDBeercast's podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2021 55:27


The Dads pit three different versions of Black is Beautiful against each other from Revision, Garden Path and the OG Weathered Souls. One did not hold up.  Topics include fav Puget Sound breweries and beers, Joe's upcoming trip to Cincinnati and as always parenting wins of the week!

Craft Beer & Brewing Magazine Podcast
Episode 208: Marika Josephson and Aaron Kleidon of Scratch Brew With the Seasons

Craft Beer & Brewing Magazine Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2021 78:38


“People who visit the space, they understand and get that there's this intimate quality to the beer,” says Aaron Kleidon. “I don't think we've ever had a desire to add weird things to a beer just for the sake of adding weird things.” Scratch (https://www.scratchbeer.com) is decidedly weird. From their focus on beers made with ingredients foraged from the brewery property, to their intensely manual brewing process, it's clear that the brewery is an exercise in exploring a different idea about beer—one rooted in place and time. You don't find many breweries whose yeast choice is determined by the ambient temperature of their water or the ambient temperature of the fermentation cellar, but that's how Scratch brews—mixed fermentation beers using their house sourdough culture (the same culture they use for their bread and pizza crust) in the warmer months, lagers in the colder months. You also don't find many breweries who'll change up their brewing schedule just because a storm took a tree down, and they suddenly have access to bark that they didn't expect to have. Indeed, it's a different way of thinking about brewing ingredients altogether. In this episode, Josephson and Kleidon explore the many facets of their brewing program, including: Building their own “spice kit” of foraged ingredients from the brewery property The learning process behind pushing ingredients further up in the boil rather than thinking about all ingredients like they would hops Methods of evaluating new or unfamiliar ingredients Brewing with tree bark and understanding the tannin contribution of foraged ingredients Channeling sense memory in drinkers by using ingredients that trigger memory Brewing with the ingredients in season, and yeasts that work in different seasonal temperature ranges The challenge of brewing in a wood-fired kettle with open puncheon mash tuns Finding “tropical” fruit flavors in local midwestern ingredients Prizing drinkability despite disparate ingredient lists And more. *This episode is brought to you by: * G&D Chillers (https://gdchillers.com): Like your flagship beer you can rely on G&D Chillers for the same quality and consistency. G&D guarantees that every chiller they build will hit 28 degrees without breaking a sweat. They never stop. They draft, they craft, they service each and every brewery – big or small. All in an effort to build one hell of a chiller. For nearly 30 years, G&D's been committed to cold. Reach out for a quote today at gdchillers.com (https://gdchillers.com) BSG (https://bsgcraftbrewing.com/) Even the best yeast deserves a helping hand with seltzer fermentation, which is why Pathfinder N-Pure Seltzer Nutrient ensures reliable and complete fermentation of a seltzer base, while providing a clean, neutral fermentation profile. Not to mention it provides all the essential nutrients required by yeast for production of hard seltzer bases fermented from those sweet refined sugars. Give your seltzer yeast a boost by visiting bsgcraftbrewing.com (https://bsgcraftbrewing.com/) and searching for Pathfinder N-Pure Seltzer Nutrient, or call BSG at 1.800.374.2739. Old Orchard (https://www.oldorchard.com/brewer): The most common complaint about hard seltzers? They need more flavor. Extract alone is a weak flavoring agent and can leave a chemical aftertaste. But there's a better way. The craft concentrate blends from Old Orchard are packed with REAL FRUIT FIRST, no added sugars, and just enough natural flavor. Breweries are turning to Old Orchard concentrates for seltzer with more body, color, and aroma. Turn seltzer skeptics into supporters with seltzer that drinks like a beer. Get started at www.oldorchard.com/brewer (https://www.oldorchard.com/brewer). ProBrew (https://www.probrew.com): Still emptying those overflowing wastebins of crushed, low-fills or under carbonated cans every canning day? It's time to Fill Like a Pro. ProFill Can fillers from ProBrew use rotary, true-counter-pressure-gravity filling and seaming technology to run at speeds of 100 to 300 cans per minute with minimal DO pickup. Stop wasting perfectly good beer. Email ProBrew at contact@probrew.com today! Fermentis (https://fermentis.com): Working on a new sour beer? Fermentis, the obvious choice for beverage fermentation, now offering an expanding range of dry bacteria for the production of sour beers. To learn more about how Fermentis can improve the quality of your fermentation, and for the latest on their exciting new product releases, visit Fermentis.com (https://fermentis.com). Clarion Lubricants (https://www.clarionlubricants.com/Welcome.do): As a brewery owner, you know how important it is to keep your machines running so you don't have to deal with the hassle caused by contamination, recalls and downtime. Clarion makes food-grade lubricants to protect your equipment from the wear and tear that results in breakdowns that cut into your bottom line. Clarion gives you peace of mind so you can focus on what you do best: pouring out great-tasting beverages. Learn more at www.clarionlubricants.com (https://www.clarionlubricants.com/Welcome.do)

Pour Another Round
Brewery 036 - Pilot Brewing Company - Charlotte, NC

Pour Another Round

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 58:05


When Co-Owner, Jeff, is a commercial airline pilot and Co-Owner and Head Brewer, Rachael, focuses on small batch experimental beer, Pilot Brewing Company was the name that just made sense. We've said it many times and we'll keep saying it, the beer industry has some of the best plays-on-words!With a focus on quality beer, quality service, and a quality experience, the Cicerone Program plays a very important role at Pilot Brewing. Every employee at Pilot Brewing has earned at least Level One of this beer servers certification. Rachael currently sits at Advanced Cicerone (Level 3). She's in the process of pursuing Master Cicerone (Level 4) - a very impressive feat. There are only 19 others around the world! Follow Pilot Brewing Company:Instagram: @pilotbrewingFacebook: /pilotbrewingWebsite: pilotbrewing.usFollow Pour Another Round:Facebook: /PourAnothrRoundInstagram: @PourAnothrRoundTwitter: @PourAnothrRoundThis episode is supported by Tavour. Tavour makes it easy to access and discover the highest rated craft beers from all over the world, right through their app. Get the best craft beer delivered right to your doorstep from over 650 breweries in 47 different states. Download the Tavour app. Be sure to enter the promo code POUR at sign up. You'll receive $10 in credit after spending $25 getting the best in craft beer. Beer lovers can build their own custom beer box or subscribe to have the top-rated beers automatically shipped to you. Fill your fridge with unique, hard-to-find beers from independent craft breweries. 

Hops & Spirits
Episode 69: Diversifying breweries, brand extensions, unique partnerships and using social media on Craft Beer Roundtable #5

Hops & Spirits

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 76:56


It's our fifth Craft Beer Roundtable and our panel includes: Jonathan Greene, host of Hops & Spirits; Bryan Roth, editor and writer at Good Beer Hunting and director of the North American Guild of Beer Writers; and Doug Veliky, chief strategy office for Revolution Brewing and founder of BeerCrunchers.com. Panel introduction  Big breweries are diversifying with ready-to-drink cocktails and seltzer brands, but what show local/smaller craft breweries do? Or do they need to do anything? Brand refreshers and brand extensions Are unique partnerships becoming more of a thing? (https://www.goodbeerhunting.com/sightlines/2021/7/16/boston-beer-beam-suntory-team-up-to-blur-alcohol-category-lines)  How can breweries engage better through social media and keep up with new social media?  SHOW PARTNER: Check out Nose Your Bourbon social media and their website so you can train your nose to find the nuances in bourbon. Visit noseyourbourbon.com for the Original Nosing Kit, the expansion kit and more.Don't forget to check out the video on YouTube and our Facebook pages. Plus, our Give It A Try Highlights pour every Monday and our Cocktail Quickie videos shake up Fridays.

Utah Beer News
3 Beers with Joey at Slackwater Sandy - October 2021

Utah Beer News

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 11:06


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. I like to share these mini-podcasts for your listening pleasure in case you're on the go and can't be distracted with the video portion of the episode. This month Joey highlights three beers that are worth checking out. The three beers we talk about this month are: Hop vs. Hop — Strata Fresh Hopped IPA (Proper Brewing) Haile's Comet — Comet Fresh Hopped IPA (T.F. Brewing) Hop Rising Hazy Double IPA (Squatters Craft Beers) Give a listen to learn more about these three beers. Joey also gives us the scoop on events happening at Slackwater in October 2021 — including two tap takeovers featuring a pair of local breweries. We talk briefly about how Joey goes about curating Slackwater's massive craft beer menu. We recorded our conversation on Oct. 4, 2021, and, as I mentioned, you can catch the full video on our YouTube channel, as well as on our Facebook Page. Thanks to Joey for taking the time to talk with Utah Beer News. And thank you for listening. If you enjoy this type of storytelling, I'd really appreciate if you could please leave a review on your podcast platform of choice. Enjoy the episode! Episode 65 | October 6, 2021

Beering Ain't Easy
The Second Annual Oktoberfest Battle

Beering Ain't Easy

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 37:22


Some things are best repeated, so we rekindled the magic from last year and brought back the Oktoberfest Battle!  4 Beers - Local vs. State vs. National vs. International - and only one winner!   Come join us while we talk Oktoberfest, celebrate college football with cheesy player/beer associations, and discuss a real life dad situation where their elementary school daughter asked “what's a stripper?”  Yikes!Featured Beers:Festbier. Ingenious Brewing Company, Humble, TX. 5.5% ABV.Cozy Bavarian. 3 Nations Brewing, Carrolton, TX. 6.8% ABV.Oktoberfest. Odell Brewing Co., Fort Collins, CO. 6.1% ABV.Oktoberfest Marken. Paulaner Brauerei, Munich, Bayern Germany. 5.8% ABV.Bonus Beer:  Oktoberfest. Sierra Nevada Brewing Co., Chico, CA. 5.5% ABV. Other Shout-OutsBeerfestTeam AmericaD&Q Beer StationSpindleTap Heavy Hands DIPABuffalo Bayou Brewing Crush City IPAEureka Heights IPATexas Leaguer Mr. OktoberfestAltstadt OktoberfestAlabama Crimson Tide / Oklahoma State CowboysTim TebowKeystone Light / Bud Light / PBR / Red Dog / O'Doul's HTOWN Brewery Challenge Tracker - See how we're doing on our challenge to visit all breweries within 50 miles of Houston! Featured Sponsor:  Thrive CoffeeRemember to use promo code 3BEERS to receive 15% off your first order!https://drinkthrive.org NEW WEBSITE and MERCH PAGE!  Check out all the great podcasts that are a part of Cross the Streams media!https://www.crossthestreamsmedia.com/show/beering-aint-easy/ Follow @beeringainteasy on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, or YouTube, email us at beeringainteasy@gmail.com, or follow our beer quest on Untappd, usernames BeeringAintEasyAdam and BeeringAintEasyDrew.

Bears & Beers
Chicago Bears vs Detroit Lions Preview. Will Nagy give up play calling? Top 5 Michigan breweries

Bears & Beers

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2021 35:23


Lions and Nagy and Bears…oh my! Will he give up play calling in Fields second start? Can the offense establish a running attack with Montgomery. Defensively, will Goldman return? We list our top 5 original craft breweries in Michigan. Go Bears!

Beering Ain't Easy
Season 2 Trailer

Beering Ain't Easy

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2021 1:00


Follow @beeringainteasy on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, or YouTube, email us at beeringainteasy@gmail.com, or follow our beer quest on Untappd, usernames BeeringAintEasyAdam and BeeringAintEasyDrew. The HTOWN Brewery Challenge page can be found at the following link:https://www.crossthestreamsmedia.com/show/beering-aint-easy-1/p/houston-beer-links-htownbrewery-challenge/

Craft Beer & Brewing Magazine Podcast
Episode 206: Shaun Berns of Phase Three Brewing Prefers the Pragmatic to the Romantic

Craft Beer & Brewing Magazine Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2021 67:01


Breweries making barrel-aged beer tend to lean heavily on romance. From name-checking the origins of their barrels to weaving stories of long, laborious boils and careful searches for the perfect ingredients, there's no story today's brewers can't embellish. But for Shaun Berns and Phase Three Brewing (https://www.phasethreebrewing.com) in Lake Zurich, Illinois, it's the quality of the end-product—and not the romanticized mysteries of barrel-aged beer production—that matter. In this episode, Berns walks us through their barrel-aged stout process, from base malt through barrel selection. Along the way, he touches on contrarian choices such as using dried malt extract in lieu of long boils, fermenting with dried yeast, weaning off higher finishing gravities, and not overthinking barrel selection. He discusses the challenge of forecasting consumer trends several years out, the benefit of debittered malts such as Carafa Special II, using malted oats more than flaked oats, selecting lighter crystal malts to control the expression of dark fruit flavors, the challenge of scaling when using low-efficiency ingredients, and more. “It's not romantic, it's the truth,” Berns says, while behind the curtain of a market niche full of fancy beers. These stouts don't need fantastic tales to sell. The proof is in the glass. *This episode is brought to you by: * G&D Chillers (https://gdchillers.com): Like your flagship beer you can rely on G&D Chillers for the same quality and consistency. G&D guarantees that every chiller they build will hit 28 degrees without breaking a sweat. They never stop. They draft, they craft, they service each and every brewery – big or small. All in an effort to build one hell of a chiller. For nearly 30 years, G&D's been committed to cold. Reach out for a quote today at gdchillers.com (https://gdchillers.com). BSG (https://bsgcraftbrewing.com/) Meet the latest in the BSG Hop solutions portfolio, Citiva. Strong expressions of stone fruit, floral, and resinous/pine flavors and aromas define this blend, crafted specifically for use in hazy IPAs, and other hop-forward beers. Citiva is ideal for aroma, whirlpool, and dry hop additions to Hazy and Juicy IPAs, or for any other hoppy styles where a combination of citrus, tropical fruit, and pine aromatics are desired. Go to bsgcraftbrewing.com (https://bsgcraftbrewing.com/) to learn more, or call 1-800-374-2739. Old Orchard (https://www.oldorchard.com/brewer): A brewery might have 99 problems, but your fruit supplier shouldn't be one. Old Orchard is already known for their quality concentrates, but they also pride themselves on consistent product and reliable supply. When brewers need assistance, Old Orchard is just an email, phone call, or even a text away. Based in Greater Grand Rapids, Michigan—better known as Beer City, USA—Old Orchard is core to the brewing community. To join their fruit family, learn more at www.oldorchard.com/brewer (https://www.oldorchard.com/brewer). ProBrew (https://www.probrew.com): Are you ready to Brew Like A Pro? ProBrew has the equipment, systems and technology to take your brewery production to the next level. Check out www.probrew.com (https://www.probrew.com) for ProCarb inline carbonation technology, ProFill rotary filling & seaming can fillers, the Alchemator inline alcohol separation system, 7 – 50bbl Brewhouses and more! ProBrew offers the craft beer industry innovative solutions to help you Brew Like A Pro! Go to www.probrew.com (https://www.probrew.com) for more info! Clarion Lubricants (https://www.clarionlubricants.com/Welcome.do): When it comes to brewing, nobody has your back like Clarion. Because their food-grade lubricants are formulated to help make your brewing system 100% food safe. That means, when you switch to Clarion, you can put the costly potential of contamination and recall out of your mind. All you need to worry about is brewing great beer. And since you already do that, well, it's more like focusing on business as usual. Go to clarionlubricants.com (https://www.clarionlubricants.com/Welcome.do) to learn more.

World Wide Honeymoon Travel Podcast
Ultimate Vermont Beer Guide

World Wide Honeymoon Travel Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021 34:52


Let's talk about Vermont beer! What makes it so special? Which breweries and Vermont beers do you need to try while you're there? Which were our favorites? Find out in this podcast episode dedicated to Vermont beer! Shownotes at https://worldwidehoneymoon.com/vermont-guide-to-beer/

Beering Ain't Easy
The HTOWN Brewery Challenge

Beering Ain't Easy

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 38:26


Featured Beers:Houston Haziest. SpindleTap Brewery, Houston, TX. 10.5% ABV.Six Demon Bag. Eureka Heights Brewing Co., Houston, TX. Belgian Strong Ale. 12% ABV. Featured Breweries (HTOWN Brewery Challenge Tracker)Misfit OutpostFortress BeerWorksStovetop Brewing (Craft Beer Cellar Cypress)SpindleTap BrewerySenate Avenue BrewingGalveston Island Brewing Other Shout-OutsBeer Chronicle Houston@hoppywonderwoman on InstagramTeenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Turtles in Time Featured Sponsor:  Thrive CoffeeRemember to use promo code 3BEERS to receive 15% off your first order!https://drinkthrive.org NEW WEBSITE and MERCH PAGE!  Check out all the great podcasts that are a part of Cross the Streams media!https://www.crossthestreamsmedia.com/show/beering-aint-easy/ Follow @beeringainteasy on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, or YouTube, email us at beeringainteasy@gmail.com, or follow our beer quest on Untappd, usernames BeeringAintEasyAdam and BeeringAintEasyDrew.

Bagged and Bored
457 Juan Valdez of Pumpkins

Bagged and Bored

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2021 134:16


This episode Paul was still in vacation mode, so we just had a free form chat about visiting Breweries. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Craft Beer & Brewing Magazine Podcast
Episode 205: Jeremy Grinkey of The Bruery Puts His Faith in the Blend

Craft Beer & Brewing Magazine Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2021 65:46


Jeremy Grinkey worked in wine for the better part of a decade before joining The Bruery (https://www.thebruery.com) in Orange County, California. That winemaking background still informs the way the director of brewing operations and the Bruery itself make beer. From their club-focused sales approach—with special access for their best customers—to the focus on blending and the use of wine grapes as an ingredient, the influence is palpable. In this episode, Grinkey discusses: Their process of developing new beers and growing them as they move through the various “tiers,” from special events through smaller and then larger clubs Putting faith in barrels and the aging process Developing a sensory-based understanding of how barrel-aged beer will evolve with time The freedom to let things go and to make beers what they can and should be The difficulty in forecasting brewing for barrel-aged stock years before a beer's release Leaving space and place for sweetness in beer design The technical process behind wine-beer hybrids Using fermentation aids as well as heat to your advantage Bottle-conditioning to amplify funk The changing tastes for high-gravity beers And more. *This episode is brought to you by: * G&D Chillers (https://gdchillers.com): Like your flagship beer you can rely on G&D Chillers for the same quality and consistency. G&D guarantees that every chiller they build will hit 28 degrees without breaking a sweat. They never stop. They draft, they craft, they service each and every brewery – big or small. All in an effort to build one hell of a chiller. For nearly 30 years, G&D's been committed to cold. Reach out for a quote today at gdchillers.com (https://gdchillers.com). BSG (https://bsgcraftbrewing.com/) Even the best yeast deserves a helping hand with seltzer fermentation, which is why Pathfinder N-Pure Seltzer Nutrient ensures reliable and complete fermentation of a seltzer base, while providing a clean, neutral fermentation profile. Not to mention it provides all the essential nutrients required by yeast for production of hard seltzer bases fermented from those sweet refined sugars. Give your seltzer yeast a boost by visiting bsgcraftbrewing.com (https://bsgcraftbrewing.com/) and searching for Pathfinder N-Pure Seltzer Nutrient, or call BSG at 1.800.374.2739. Old Orchard (https://www.oldorchard.com/brewer): The most common complaint about hard seltzers? They need more flavor. Extract alone is a weak flavoring agent and can leave a chemical aftertaste. But there's a better way. The craft concentrate blends from Old Orchard are packed with REAL FRUIT FIRST, no added sugars, and just enough natural flavor. Breweries are turning to Old Orchard concentrates for seltzer with more body, color, and aroma. Turn seltzer skeptics into supporters with seltzer that drinks like a beer. Get started at www.oldorchard.com/brewer (https://www.oldorchard.com/brewer). ProBrew (https://www.probrew.com): Still emptying those overflowing wastebins of crushed, low-fills or under carbonated cans every canning day? It's time to Fill Like a Pro. ProFill Can fillers from ProBrew (https://www.probrew.com) use rotary, true-counter-pressure gravity filling and seaming technology to run at speeds of 100 to 300 cans per minute with minimal DO pickup. Stop wasting perfectly good beer. Email ProBrew at contact@probrew.com today! Clarion Lubricants (https://www.clarionlubricants.com/Welcome.do): When it comes to brewing, nobody has your back like Clarion. Because their food-grade lubricants are formulated to help make your brewing system 100% food safe. That means, when you switch to Clarion, you can put the costly potential of contamination and recall out of your mind. All you need to worry about is brewing great beer. And since you already do that, well, it's more like focusing on business as usual. Go to clarionlubricants.com (https://www.clarionlubricants.com/Welcome.do) to learn more.

I Think You're Gonna Like This
LTP Drinks Beer: Out of Town Breweries

I Think You're Gonna Like This

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2021 53:54


Jacqueline and Meghan continue their journey into local beer with tour of out of town breweries. Follow I Think You're Gonna Like This Podcast on social media:InstagramFacebookTwitterWebsiteJacqueline InstagramMeghan Instagram If you like the podcast and want to support us, click here.

10-Minute Food Truck Training
Are Breweries Worth It for a Food Truck?

10-Minute Food Truck Training

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2021 7:31


The topic of breweries has come up several times in the last few days on our Facebook group. Here is how to make a brewery successful for your food truck. Check out the best Food Truck group on Facebook where you can find more free information on successfully operating a food truck. If you are brand new to food trucking check out our Food Truck 101 training course that comes complete with 8 hours of one-on-one training. For old school folks that like reading books I have you covered as well with a Food Truck 101 textbook and an optional study guide. For more detailed training visit our YouTube channel Food Vendor Reality. If you love the content, consider ongoing support of the podcast every little bit helps us to keep providing the best training for your food truck. If you prefer a one-time donation, please go here. Intro Music: There It Is by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/4519-there-it-is License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/food-truck-training/support

Utah Beer News
3 Beers with Joey at Slackwater Sandy - September 2021

Utah Beer News

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2021 9:57


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. I like to share these mini-podcasts for your listening pleasure in case you're on the go and can't be distracted with the video portion of the episode. This month Joey highlights three beers that are worth checking out. The three beers we talk about this month are: Black O'Lantern Pumpkin Stout (Wasatch Brewery) Oktober Fest-Märzen (Ayinger Privatbrauerei) Pumpkin Kerfuffle Sour with Pumpkin Spices and Marshmallow (Prairie Artisan Ales) Give a listen to learn more about these three beers. Joey also gives us the scoop on events happening at Slackwater in September 2021 — including two tap takeovers featuring a pair of local breweries. We talk briefly about upcoming Oktoberfest events as well. We recorded our conversation on Sept. 13, 2021, and, as I mentioned, you can catch the full video on our YouTube channel, as well as on our Facebook Page. Thanks to Joey for taking the time to talk with Utah Beer News. And thank you for listening. If you enjoy this type of storytelling, I'd really appreciate if you could please leave a review on your podcast platform of choice. Enjoy the episode! Episode 64 | September 15, 2021

LivingOffTHELAND
Episode 178 - Jordan's Roommate Ryan Joins, Browns vs. Texans Preview, Top 5 Draft - CLE Breweries

LivingOffTHELAND

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2021 103:17


Episode 178 - Jordan's Roommate Ryan Joins, Browns vs. Texans Preview, Top 5 Draft - CLE Breweries by Living Off The Land

Master Brewers Podcast
Episode 061: Glycol Systems for Breweries

Master Brewers Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2021 38:26


Dan Stromberg discusses industry best practices for glycol system piping. You'll learn how to balance your system, how to size headers for correct flow rates & velocity, which pipe materials to consider, why the ubiquitous solenoid valve is a bad choice, and more. Special Guest: Dan Strömberg.

I Think You're Gonna Like This
LTP Drinks Beer: Springfield Breweries

I Think You're Gonna Like This

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2021 47:08


Launching off on their tour of local breweries, Jacqueline and Meghan discuss Springfield Breweries. Follow I Think You're Gonna Like This Podcast on social media:InstagramFacebookTwitterWebsiteJacqueline InstagramMeghan Instagram If you like the podcast and want to support us, click here.

Florida Podcast Network's All Shows Feed
Florida Beer Podcast - Episode 79: Andrew Mendez, Mendez Fuel

Florida Podcast Network's All Shows Feed

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2021 22:42


Today we speak to Andrew Mendez, co-owner of Mendez Fuel in Miami. What may look like just an unassuming gas station on the outside, these special stops actually carry a high end selection of craft beer, natural wines, gourmet food, and a full service lunch counter on the inside. We'll talk to Andrew about how he and his brother decided to turn a Mobil Mart into one of Miami's best sources of craft beer, and how they got a beer of their own! Listen in... Host: David Butler of the Florida Beer Blog Executive Producer: Jaime ("Jemmy") Legagneur, Chief Enthusiasm Officer Field Producer/Photographer: Steve Pekala Editor: Daniel Delgado Interested in becoming FBP's next Title Sponsor? Contact FPN today! Guest: Andrew Mendez of Mendez Fuel Support the Show on Patreon: Become a Patron! Opening Voice Over Courtesy of: Jeff Brozovich Follow Florida Beer Blog on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Additional Support Provided by: Florida Podcast Network and Listeners Like You!! Join the FPN Facebook Group: FPN Insiders Partner with FPN: Become the Voice of YOUR Town!! From sponsoring episode segments through creating and growing your own branded show, we have the solution to promote you while we promote Florida! Media Kit We are currently boarding shows to build out our network. And, you don't want to miss ANY of the new hosts and podcasts were have joining us. Search for and subscribe to “Florida Podcast Network” on iTunes and all your favorite podcast players to get more of this and ALL our shows. Become a Patron: Have a suggestion for the Network? Join us in the FPN Insiders group on Facebook and let us know!    FPN:  Check out the other shows on the Florida Podcast Network

Locals Know Best
26. North Umpqua, Oregon, The Gateway to Crater Lake

Locals Know Best

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2021 43:13


Today, I'll be speaking with Sam Starns about all of her favorite outdoor adventures around the North Umpqua area, with notable stops in Roseburg, Oregon, and Crater Lake National Park.  Join Sam and me as we wake up and watch the sunrise in Crater Lake National Park. Then, we proceed with a packed day, full of paddling, hiking, exploring countless waterfalls, soaking in hot springs, fishing, and even mushroom foraging. Lastly, we wind down with a glass of wine in the “new Napa Valley” – Roseburg, Oregon. About Sam Starns Sam is an adventure elopement photographer who takes stunningly beautiful photos. She's also the author of the book “Elope Your Life” and a TEDx speaker. As an elopement expert, she travels the world, empowering others to elope in wild and beautiful places. Sam grew up on a ranch, working in and exploring the great outdoors. She also used to be a park ranger, as well as a naturalist on a whale-watching boat. Currently, she home bases out of her hidden gem hometown — Roseburg, Oregon. Due to its rugged mountains, countless waterfalls, and easy access to Crater Lake, she considers the area one of the most beautiful places the Pacific Northwest has to offer! And she's not wrong! If you love waterfalls, you're going to love this episode because this area is chock full of them!  I know from experience that the sheer amount of waterfalls that can be seen in this area can be very overwhelming! Sam does an excellent job of divulging which ones are worth your time and which ones are not. Learn more about Sam Starns and her adventure elopements at SamStarns.com, from her Elope Your Life book on Amazon, or from her TEDx talk on YouTube. What We Cover in this Episode   Why the North Umpqua area is an excellent add-on to a Crater Lake, Bend, or northern California vacation. The perks of hiring an elopement photographer who also used to be a park ranger! What makes Roseburg, Oregon worth a visit, including a growing food and wine scene. The best (and worst) times of year to visit this part of Oregon. Also, the best time of year to get the best views at Crater Lake National Park. One of the most unique ways to experience Crater Lake National Park. The lodges that are a must-stay when in town. The best drive-thru coffee stands in the area, as well as the best local coffee roasters worth buying grounds from. The most beautiful lakes in the area to kayak, canoe, or stand-up paddleboard on. All of the best waterfall peeping spots along the North Umpqua Highway, including lesser-known options. A bit of Instagram vs. reality chat, including a few instafamous stops along the North Umpqua Highway that may end up disappointing, and where you should go instead. A silver lining activity that resulted from the Archie Creek wildfire. A world-famous fly fishing area. The best burgers and milkshakes in Glide, Oregon. A dirt road worth traveling to avoid the crowds and see many lesser-known waterfalls. A campground that is best kayaked in to. Why Roseburg, Oregon is known as the "new Napa Valley." A winery where you can stomp grapes! The best places for wine, beer, mead, and dinner in Roseburg, Oregon. A few of the area's most beloved summer activities. The best Instagram spots in town. And professional photographer tips on how to get the best picture at each spot! Quotables I really think that Roseburg and the surrounding area is just sort of an untapped potential for outdoor exploration. Sam Starns So there's this little bit of almost like a vortex in Oregon where people don't realize that we're here. … We're the gateway to Crater Lake, along with Medford. We're the two main ways from the west to get there. And there's a whole highway and a whole mountain range that you're exploring. And not only that, our food scene has grown. We have so many amazing breweries, and we're constantly growing in that respect. We are the new Napa Valley and the new Willamette Valley. We have award-winning wineries here. And we have the North Umpqua trail, which is known for hiking, known for biking. Famous people, celebrities come up here to bike. And then, we're two hours away from the Crater Lake rim. And we just have so many things here that people don't realize that are within easily a day's drive of each other. So, you can easily spend multiple days here and still not see everything. Sam Starns I would say a decent amount of people come for wine, or they pass through to go to Crater Lake, and they don't realize how many waterfalls are out there. It's definitely a stop along the way, or people just tootle on pass it on I-5 going to another destination, and they just don't realize everything that's here. Sam Starns I think sunrise at Crater Lake is the absolute coolest thing because you have less people around, and you are seeing the first rays of light on that day. Sam Starns So one of my favorite things to do is to go along the North Umpqua Highway, which is Highway 138, and check out all of the waterfalls. Well, maybe not all, cause there's a lot of them! But check out a lot of the waterfalls and some you probably have seen on Instagram or in travel magazines. Sam Starns The reason I tell people that the North Umpqua and the Roseburg area, and Crater Lake is a must-see is because, number one, you're not going to have those crowds like you do at places like Yosemite or very modernized, commercialized places like Bend. It's beautiful, but now there's a ton of people. So if you're wanting to get away from crowds but still see that beauty, this is a relatively undiscovered and untrafficked part of Oregon. And then, on top of that, it's so rugged and so beautiful. I have never seen a mountain peak aside from like the Matterhorn that looks like Mount Thielsen. And it is just so, so beautiful. We have such an amazing, concentrated selection of waterfalls that you're bound to find something that you love. And it's within not even a half a day's drive of day drinking at a winery. I think that's really the best of all worlds. Sam Starns  Links to Places Mentioned in this Episode Where to Stay in The North Umpqua Area: Crater Lake Lodge Steamboat Inn  Hemlock Lake Campground North Umpqua, OR Area Outdoor Activities Mentioned in the Episode: Live Crater Lake Webcams West Rim of Crater Lake Wizard Island Phantom Ship Island Crater Lake Cleetwood Cove Trail Diamond Lake Lemolo Lake Toketee Falls Umpqua Hot Springs Watson Falls Fall Creek Falls Susan Creek Falls Whitehorse Falls Clearwater Falls Lake of the Woods Falls Yakso Falls Hemlock Falls Clover Falls Shadow Falls Cavitt Creek Covered Bridge Music on the Half Shell Roseburg Graffiti Weekend Classic Car Cruise North Umpqua, OR Area Restaurants, Breweries, Wineries & Meaderies Mentioned in this Episode: Crater Lake Lodge Dining Room Steamboat Inn Restaurant Java Run Harvard, JavaRun Stephens, or Java Run Green Gathering Grounds Takelma Roasting Company Colliding Rivers Drive-In Abacela Winery JosephJane Winery Henry Estate Winery Spire Mountain Cellars Oran Mor Artisan Meadery North Forty Beer Company Draper Brewing Backside Brewing Company Two Shy Brewing Thanks for Listening! We love our listeners! If you enjoyed this episode, please leave me a comment below and let me know about your favorite part! If you've been enjoying the show, please also consider leaving me a review in Apple Podcasts. It's super easy; click here and go to “ratings and reviews.” I read and appreciate every single one! Each review helps new listeners find the podcast. Thank you!! Follow Cinders Travels on Facebook or Instagram for Locals Know Best updates.   

Florida Podcast Network's All Shows Feed
Florida Beer Podcast - Episode 78: Loni Paige, Mixology Mixer

Florida Podcast Network's All Shows Feed

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2021 29:08


What's better than a cocktail kit pre-loaded with booze, ingredients, and a live mixology class? One delivered to your door! That's exactly what Mixology Mixer has with their monthly Club Mix boxes--a subscription box featuring alcohol and ingredients to make three different, exciting cocktails. Plus each box also comes with a live online class with one of their experienced mixologists who will take you through creating each recipe step by step. To learn more, we spoke to Loni Paige, who used her extensive experience planning events of all kinds and sizes to create a fast-growing and creative new drinking experience. Listen now to learn about her background, what to expect with a Mixology Mixer box, and a few sneak previews of coming boxes. Host: David Butler of the Florida Beer Blog Executive Producer: Jaime ("Jemmy") Legagneur, Chief Enthusiasm Officer Field Producer/Photographer: Steve Pekala Editor: Daniel Delgado Interested in becoming FBP's next Title Sponsor? Contact FPN today! Guest: Loni Paige of Mixology Mixer Support the Show on Patreon: Become a Patron! Opening Voice Over Courtesy of: Jeff Brozovich Follow Florida Beer Blog on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Additional Support Provided by: Florida Podcast Network and Listeners Like You!! Join the FPN Facebook Group: FPN Insiders Partner with FPN: Become the Voice of YOUR Town!! From sponsoring episode segments through creating and growing your own branded show, we have the solution to promote you while we promote Florida! Media Kit We are currently boarding shows to build out our network. And, you don't want to miss ANY of the new hosts and podcasts were have joining us. Search for and subscribe to “Florida Podcast Network” on iTunes and all your favorite podcast players to get more of this and ALL our shows. Become a Patron: Have a suggestion for the Network? Join us in the FPN Insiders group on Facebook and let us know!    FPN:  Check out the other shows on the Florida Podcast Network

Craft Beer & Brewing Magazine Podcast
Episode 202: Brandon Capps of New Image Brews Better IPAs Through Chemistry

Craft Beer & Brewing Magazine Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2021 94:07


For Brandon Capps of New Image Brewing (https://www.nibrewing.com) (Arvada, Colorado), the question of how to push more hop intensity in beer flavor and aroma, despite the inherently inefficient process of extracting those vital hop compounds in the weak alcohol solution of beer, pushed him down the rabbit hole of brewing with extracted terpenes. And the deeper he gets, the more excited he becomes about its prospect for reducing environmental impacts while also achieving intense and vibrant flavors. In this episode of the podcast, Capps discusses: Using terpenes to overcome limits to saturation in hop extraction through dry hopping The impact of hop variety on the extraction process Singular terpene extraction versus full spectrum extract Improving solubility of extracted terpenes The upsides and downsides of hyper-efficient supercritical CO2 extraction The value of short and cold dry hopping Reducing vegetal matter in the dry hop to limit reabsorption of hop compounds Maximizing Thiol expression Malt choices that benefit hop expression and more. While the science is evolving and initial results are mixed, Capps has found some clear preferences, and offers his thoughts for brewers intrigued by this scientific approach to brewing. *This episode is brought to you by: * G&D Chillers (https://gdchillers.com): Born in the Pacific Northwest from a lot of hard work and singular goal, G&D has become the best damn chiller company in the world. Like you, G&D never settles—they are relentless and strive to be better every single day because they take pride in the work they do. They are craftsmen who know that "good enough" just won't cut it. Visit G&D Chillers at the CBC, Booth #3011! Or reach out directly at GDChillers.com (https://gdchillers.com). BSG (https://bsgcraftbrewing.com/) Even the best yeast deserves a helping hand with seltzer fermentation, which is why Pathfinder N-Pure Seltzer Nutrient ensures reliable and complete fermentation of a seltzer base, while providing a clean, neutral fermentation profile. Not to mention it provides all the essential nutrients required by yeast for production of hard seltzer bases fermented from those sweet refined sugars. Give your seltzer yeast a boost by visiting bsgcraftbrewing.com (https://bsgcraftbrewing.com/) and searching for Pathfinder N-Pure Seltzer Nutrient, or call BSG at 1.800.374.2739. Old Orchard (https://www.oldorchard.com/brewer): The most common complaint about hard seltzers? They need more flavor. Extract alone is a weak flavoring agent and can leave a chemical aftertaste. But there's a better way. The craft concentrate blends from Old Orchard are packed with REAL FRUIT FIRST, no added sugars, and just enough natural flavor. Breweries are turning to Old Orchard concentrates for seltzer with more body, color, and aroma. Turn seltzer skeptics into supporters with seltzer that drinks like a beer. Get started at www.oldorchard.com/brewer (https://www.oldorchard.com/brewer). ProBrew (https://www.probrew.com): Are you ready to Brew Like A Pro? ProBrew has the equipment, systems and technology to take your brewery production to the next level. Check out www.probrew.com for ProCarb inline carbonation technology, ProFill rotary filling & seaming can fillers, the Alchemator inline alcohol separation system, 7 – 50bbl Brewhouses and more! ProBrew offers the craft beer industry innovative solutions to help you Brew Like A Pro! Go to www.probrew.com for more info! Clarion Lubricants (https://www.clarionlubricants.com/Welcome.do): Your beer deserves all your attention. Clarion makes that a little easier. Their food-grade lubricants will help keep your system running smooth, while also safeguarding your product from costly contamination and recall. Because then you'll be in full compliance with food safety standards. And it's all thanks to a simple switch to Clarion. A food-safe system that lets you focus on your craft? We'll drink to that. Go to clarionlubricants.com (https://www.clarionlubricants.com/Welcome.do) to learn more.

Beering Ain't Easy
Italian Pilsners and Other Juicy Tidbits

Beering Ain't Easy

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2021 30:14


So we let Adam drive the agenda on this episode, and let's just say we hit every topic under the sun while still managing to review Ennio, a tasty Italian Pilsner from the New Magnolia Brewing Company.  Come listen to us discuss the Houston Brewsology Beerfest, 911 call dad hacks, the new Shiner Bock ad campaign, and debate the best beverage to consume at an all-inclusive resort!  You won't want to miss all the juicy tidbits and nuggets of wisdom we have to offer.Featured Beers:Ennio Pils.  New Magnolia Brewing Company, Houston, TX.  Italian Pilsner. 5% ABV.Featured Event:Houston Brewsology Beerfest.  Houston Museum of Natural Science.https://www.facebook.com/events/houston-museum-of-natural-science/houston-brewsology/508424136951094/ Featured Sponsor:  Thrive CoffeeRemember to use promo code 3BEERS to receive 15% off your first order!https://drinkthrive.org Shiner Bock's new add campaign:https://www.adweek.com/brand-marketing/shiner-beers-first-new-brand-platform-in-5-years-aims-to-capture-the-best-of-the-texas-experience/ Other Shout-OutsEmergency RespondersSpaghetti WesternsAndrew CuomoThe SopranosKings of LeonRiviera Maya.  TRS Yucaton  - Mexican Resort Adam Visited NEW WEBSITE and MERCH PAGE!  Check out all the great podcasts that are a part of Cross the Streams media!https://www.crossthestreamsmedia.com/show/beering-aint-easy/ Follow @beeringainteasy on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, or YouTube, email us at beeringainteasy@gmail.com, or follow our beer quest on Untappd, usernames BeeringAintEasyAdam and BeeringAintEasyDrew.

Beer Fish Fanatics
BONUS #3 "Beer Fish Fanatics" Podcast Team onsite at the Iowa Craft Beer Festival Tasting Many Iowa Beers!

Beer Fish Fanatics

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2021 19:06


BONUS EPISODE #3: BFF Somehow gets a booth at the Iowa Craft Beer Festival! We take advantage and tryout many craft beers and help support local businesses. See below of the Breweries we tasted in this bonus episode and Cheers!Iowa Brewers Guild: https://www.iowabeer.org/Beers Tasted:Jackson Street Brewing - Sioux City, IA - Warrior Lager https://jacksonstreet.beer/1717 Brewing Co. - Des Moines, IA - 2 Hopps West Coast IPAhttp://1717brewing.com/Flix Brewhouse - Des Moines, IA - Dark Helmet Bourbon Aged Imperial Stout https://www.flixbrewhouse.com/Fenceline Beer Lab - Huxley, IA - Belgian Strong https://www.fencelinebeerlab.com/Video Podcast Episode:https://youtu.be/s5onPL6LFK0Podcast Website and Social Media:https://www.mapopfishing.com/beer-fishing-fanaticshttps://www.tiktok.com/@beerfishfanaticsDownload the audio for this episode and more:https://993337.buzzsprout.com/​https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/beer-fishing-fanatics/id1511598870https://open.spotify.com/show/0xqMN6XCWmNm5Pyl7vt5FGhttps://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9mZWVkcy5idXp6c3Byb3V0LmNvbS85OTMzMzcucnNzhttps://www.iheart.com/podcast/269-beer-fish-fanatics-63122788/MaPop Fishing Website, Social Media, and Vendor Products: https://www.mapopfishing.com​https://www.facebook.com/mpopfishing​https://www.instagram.com/mapopfishing​https://twitter.com/mapopfishingFishing Kit Channel and Social Media:https://www.facebook.com/FishingKitYouTubehttps://www.instagram.com/fishingkit85​https://www.youtube.com/c/FishingKit​https://www.tiktok.com/@fishingkit#STOUTBEER #MICROBREWERY #CRAFTBEER #fishing #fishingtips #beerandfishing #fishingguide #iowafishing #fishingtips #productdevelopment #customicerods #iowagreatlakes #icefishingtrip #youtubefishing #kayakfishingtesting #fishingonakayak #tournamentfishing #womenfishing #mlftournament #youtubefishing #bassfishing #kayak #catfishguide #fishingguide #catfishing #iowadnr #fishbiologist #icefishing #illinoisfishing #rivercrappies #fishinginstruction #iowagreatlakes #icefishing #fishing #giveaway #icefishing #flatheads #saltwaterfishing #hawaiifishing #deepseafishing #fishingguide #muskies #walleyes #fishresearch #kayaktournamentfishing # kayakfishing #yakfishing #femalefisherman #femalefishing #muskies #musky fishing, #musky lures, #iowadnr #fishingstats #fishknowledge #icefishing #clearlakefishing #fishingguide #yellowbass #bassfish #catfishing #youtubefishing

The Brewery Travels Podcast
Welcome to the Brewery Travels Podcast

The Brewery Travels Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2021 9:14


Brewery Travels is a podcast hosted by Joel Geier (aka Brewery Travels) that discusses a different city or region's craft beer scene in each episode. Joel interviews two local experts, ranging from beer writers and beer bloggers to people working in the industry and even like-minded brewery adventurers. These discussions can have a wide range of topics, including:  -How to approach the craft beer scenes when visiting a new city  -How laws and regulations affect local breweries  -How history has helped shaped the current beer scene -What the future holds for local breweries -Comparing different scenes that are within a close radius -How other cultural influences have an effect on breweries (such as food, music, etc) -Breweries having to overcome obstacles (both external and internal) -What beers best represent the area -And of course personal favorites from the guests and Joel himself Joel has visited over 700 breweries across 44 states plus Washington D.C., and has been able to make connections with many amazing individuals because of his travels. He is currently living on the road with his family, constantly “exploring more content and doing extensive research” (which just means visiting breweries and drinking beer)! The goal of Brewery Travels is to provide more information about craft beer scenes from around the country, as well as shine a light on some of the excellent individual breweries that call these cities home.  From Portland, Maine to San Diego, California. Austin, Texas to Duluth, Minnesota. The bright lights of New York City to the farmland of rural Iowa. Brewery Travels plans to run the gauntlet of locations, providing in-depth information on as many places as possible. With episodes coming out weekly on Thursdays, Brewery Travels is where you can get your fix if you enjoy a craft beer or traveling. Cheers! Follow Joel's travels on social media: Twitter: @brewerytravels Instagram: @brewery_travels Website: www.thebrewerytravels.com

Dining on a Dime
Successful Restaurateur/Breweries

Dining on a Dime

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2021 57:44


Successful restaurateur Ellen Yin discusses the current and future status of the restaurant industry and steps that were taken by her business, during the height of the Pandemic that helped her business, we then talk about beer, with Lower Forge Brewery, which is a brewery in Medford NJ

Is That My Beer?
Over 400 Breweries  | 111

Is That My Beer?

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2021 50:57


This was a good time! We decided to drink nothing but West Coast IPAs   We brought on our good friend Brian has visited over 400 breweries! Many in the United States and a good amount around the world   We also have a returning guest - Ozzie! He's now retired from the Navy and ready to kick back and enjoy some cold ones   If you're listening.. make sure to tune in to our youtube channel, so you can see all the coasters from different breweries.    Just some buds.. enjoying some quality beer in the garage..    Thanks for supporting us... you savages! Cheers!   Hit us up: info@7125media.com IS THAT MY BEER? @7125media | www.7125media.com | #ITMB   YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCSB26NozHLOxuhdmz70UW7w/playlists?view_as=subscriber   Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/is-that-my-beer/id1472318012   Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/5yfof4p5N4ToygUouKC33a?si=5gvLi9vPRhCmAm9cb6372A

fullbuddycast
BrewHaha with Sean McDonald (Cole St Brewery): Beer of the Week: Grapefruit Rattler, Old Spot Update, Opportunity for you!, Has the Pandemic Changed How Breweries Trade/Interact with Each Other, At Home Brew Hobbyists, Shout Outs

fullbuddycast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2021 43:06


BrewHaha with Sean McDonald (Cole St Brewery): Beer of the Week: Grapefruit Rattler, Old Spot Update, Opportunity for you!, Has the Pandemic Changed How Breweries Trade/Interact with Each Other, At Home Brew Hobbyists, Shout Outs  

Cascadian Beer Podcast
Ace Brewing Company - Courtenay, British Columbia

Cascadian Beer Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 20, 2021 19:48


Breweries can be a strong focal point for any community. Many of them align their name with the characteristics or features of their surroundings. Today I find myself mid-island on Vancouver Island in the town of Courtenay, British Columbia. Located on the traditional, unceded territories of the K'ómoks First Nation.  Ace Brewing opened its doors in 2019, and is proud of their Vintage Aviation theme reflecting the history of the Comox Valley and Canadian Air Force. I sat down with their head brewer Dan Lake. Big Thanks to the BC Ale Trail for making this episode possible. Support the show: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/doublea See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Pour Another Round
Brewery 030 - Pabst Brewing Company

Pour Another Round

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2021 69:23


Pabst is a brand that says to itself often - "Let's go have fun!" They push the boundaries of beverages and marketing. They do what they like when they want. Get an inside look into how such a brand has stood the test of time for generations of beer drinkers.Brad shares the history of one of the most iconic beer brands around. Find out how Frederick Pabst got started making beer. And what's with that blue ribbon, anyway?Brad is the Project Manager for Liquid Innovation. He's the brains behind Pabst's non-beer products: hard seltzers, hard teas, hard coffees, and whiskey. This conversation is a surreal moment for Cameron & Jonathan - a couple of PBR lovers! Follow Pabst Brewing Company:Instagram: @pabstblueribbonFacebook: /pabstblueribbonTwitter: @pabstbreweryWebsite: pabst.comFollow Pour Another Round:Facebook: /PourAnothrRoundInstagram: @PourAnothrRoundTwitter: @PourAnothrRound

Beering Ain't Easy
Revenge of the Middle Child

Beering Ain't Easy

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2021 44:01


It's been a little bit since we hit you with a dad-centric episode, so we decided to tackle the dynamics between children in a family, specifically tales of middle children tired of their sibling's shit.  Come join Adam and Drew and special guest Bernie, co-host of the Bern Appetit and 3 Beers and Mic podcasts, as we not only talk about the dad life, but also tackle Octoberfest travel tips, Anheuser Busch, fast food, and much more! Featured Beers:Rhinestone Life. Great Raft Brewing, Shreveport, LA. IPA. 7% ABV.Tropical in Nature. Great Raft Brewing, Shreveport, LA. Hazy IPA. 6% ABV.One Stop Hop.  Breckinridge Brewery, Littleton, CO. Imperial Hazy IPA.  9% ABV.Budweiser.  Anheuser Busch / AB InBev - Damnit Bernie! Featured Guest Podcasts:Bern Appetithttps://www.crossthestreamsmedia.com/show/bernappetit/ 3 Beers and a Michttps://www.crossthestreamsmedia.com/show/3-beers-and-a-mic-podcast/ Featured Product:  Thrive CoffeeRemember to use promo code 3BEERS to receive 15% off your first order!https://drinkthrive.org Other Shout-OutsRussian River Brewing Company (Pliny the Elder / Pliny the Younger)Maine Beer CompanyKing of Beers documentaryMichelob UltraOktoberfestTaco BellKFC NEW WEBSITE and MERCH PAGE!  Check out all the great podcasts that are a part of Cross the Streams media!https://www.crossthestreamsmedia.com/show/beering-aint-easy/ Follow @beeringainteasy on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, or YouTube, email us at beeringainteasy@gmail.com, or follow our beer quest on Untappd, usernames BeeringAintEasyAdam and BeeringAintEasyDrew.

BeerDad and Brewed Podcast
Episode 1: Season 3 Solaris Beer and the Battle of the Breweries

BeerDad and Brewed Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2021 109:33


**Dedicated to Joshua Kunkle**Welcome to Season 3 Episode 1!!! The fellas are starting this crazy thing back up and couldn't think of a better place than Solaris Beer and Blending in Murrieta, CA!! The BeerDad and Brandon sat down with Chad and Skyler, Owners/Brewers at Solaris Beer and Blending. Grab a cold one and be prepared for some comedy as these guys are a riot, definitely will be doing a future "Collab" soon! Also at the beginning of the show the fellas talk to Joe Swatland Founder/Creator of Battle of the Breweries via internet technology all the way from across the pond! The Craft Lounge Taproom and Bottleshop Located in Beaumont, CA The Craft Lounge is your spot to grab some of the finest craft beers!!Support the show (http://www.paypal.me/BeerDadandBrewed)

Perfect Pour Craft Beer Podcast
Banks As Breweries & Where The CBD Beers At? - Episode 420

Perfect Pour Craft Beer Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2021 99:51


Yes yes yes, it's episode 420 [giggles]. We will talk about some of these things: Sudwerk Brewing is still cool, right? Where are all those CBD & THC beers we were promised? Put more breweries in banks! Still no sandwich/hardware store taprooms. A secret cellar of Utopia. More from Radarpalooza! Oxygen is a killer. Planter pairings! All this and more if you give us a listen! DOWNLOAD: PerfectPour420.mp3 (Some cussing!) Thank you for taking part in the podcast! For the new Lager Line Discord channel, CLICK HERE (open to ALL Perfect Pour listeners) AND you can find out how to join the Listener Friday Night Zoom there too. Check these links to get more involved with what we do!: CHECK OUR PATREON.  Subscribe to the show in Apple Podcast. Subscribe with Google Play. You can also find us on Spotify and Stitcher.  Perfect Pour's YouTube Channel.  HOSTED BY: Nick. Matt. Mikey. MUSIC BY: Sunburns and Paul From Fairfax.  Drop Us A Line: Email Perfect Pour.  Mikey would REALLY love it if you subscribe to his newsletter: Drinking & Thinking  Also, Check out Mikey's Beer Geek blog.  Our send “STUFF” to us address: The Perfect Pour – co Mike Seay 2037 W. Bullard Ave #153 Fresno, CA 93711  

Pour Another Round
Brewery 029 - Michael Waltrip Brewing Company - Bristol, VA

Pour Another Round

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2021 56:54


Former NASCAR driver, Michael Waltrip, opens a brewery with a few friends after brainstorming the idea while drinking wine in Napa. Waltrip won the famous Daytona 500 race twice, leading to the "Two-Time" beer brand out of the Michael Waltrip Brewing Company. Bristol Motor Speedway is the home to an infamous Michael Waltrip crash. When people tell Michael that day must have been awful, he replies, "No. It was a great day because I walked away alive!" Opening a brewery in Bristol, VA seems like a slight nod to the track that almost took his life that he is alive to follow yet another dream! Michael may have driven fast for a living, but Waltrip Brewing wants you to sit back and enjoy their beer... whether watching a race, playing golf, listening to country music, or just hanging out at home! Follow Michael Waltrip Brewing Company:Instagram: @waltripbrewingFacebook: /MWBCoTwitter: @waltripbrewingWebsite: michaelwaltripbrewing.comFollow Pour Another Round:Facebook: /PourAnothrRoundInstagram: @PourAnothrRoundTwitter: @PourAnothrRound

Utah Beer News
3 Beers with Joey at Slackwater Sandy - August 2021

Utah Beer News

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2021 9:04


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. I like to share these mini-podcasts for your listening pleasure in case you're on the go and can't be distracted with the video portion of the episode. This month Joey highlights three beers that are worth checking out. The three beers we talk about this month are: Mother Puckin' Mango Sour Ale (UTOG Brewing) Rational Gaze Hazy Double IPA (Falling Knife Brewing Company in collaboration with Ology Brewing) Fruit Creep Hazy Double IPA (Illuminated Brew Works) Give a listen to learn more about these three beers. Joey also gives us the scoop on events happening at Slackwater in August 2021 — including two tap takeovers featuring a pair of local breweries. The Utah Beer Festival is happening Aug. 21-22 at The Gateway, too. AND, Joey gives us a little info about the all-new Slackwater Pub & Pizzeria that is slated to open in Salt Lake City in the somewhat near future. We recorded our conversation on Aug. 9, 2021, and, as I mentioned, you can catch the full video on our YouTube channel, as well as on our Facebook Page. Thanks to Joey for taking the time to talk with Utah Beer News. And thank you for listening. If you enjoy this type of storytelling, I'd really appreciate if you could please leave a review on your podcast platform of choice. Enjoy the episode! Episode 62 | August 11, 2021

The Weekly ReCap (Beer Podcast)
The Weekly Re-Cap 8/4/21 : Kids In Breweries

The Weekly ReCap (Beer Podcast)

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2021 58:14


Episode 150 : Kids In Breweries Nick and Alex keep the beers flowing with this week's episode. We start by covering the conversation about fall beers such as pumpkin beers and Octoberfest/harvest beers. We talk Pumking and Alex gives his favorite vibes for drinking fall beers. We talk about Dancing Gnome's tap list and some upcoming releases. Nick talks about running into Sydney from 412 Brewing. After the intro, we jump into the kids at breweries based on the opening of Lovedraft's Craft Beer in Mechanicsburg, PA. Nick loses his mind for a bit and tells some bad jokes, and then we continue to explore the opinions and both sides of the kids at a brewery argument. Nick gets fired up again after discussing some of the more subtle meaning behind the “no kids at breweries” rules. Alex expresses his concerns with kids being at the brewery. We both agree that breweries are not a place for kids and we also believe that we don't hate kids, but we might hate kids. As we wrap, Nick moves into the positive things in craft beer coming up! Barrel And Flow Fest is coming up in September at South Side Works! Nick is pissed he's gonna be out of town that weekend! Then we plug Drink the Cookie Table from Fueled By Hops on November 6th. Beers We Drank: Point To Point - Four Points Brewing (IPA - 7.0%) Noble Spirit - Eleventh Hour (Pilsner - 5.0%) Music: All The Way Up - Eddy freemusicarchive.org/music/eddy/2_D…th-CloudBounce

Beer Is Fundamental
EPISODE #96: HAPPY NATIONAL IPA DAY!!

Beer Is Fundamental

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2021 37:20


HAPPY NATIONAL IPA DAY!! We figured that this will be a great day to do a show. National IPA Day on the first Thursday in August celebrates the beer known as India Pale Ale Beer. IPA is one of the most popular types of craft beers, it's also making a resurgence with local microbreweries. Many are experiencing success as their brew finds its way into local restaurants and pubs. First, for this episode and for National IPA Day we focused on two IPAs from two Breweries. The beers that we had were the Verification Code Double IPA from Cerebral and the Pillow Stacks Double IPA from Outer Range. The Verification Code is hopped with Nelson Sauvin, Citra, Lotus & Motueka. The tangerine and orange flavors are abundant in this one. Pillow Stacks Nose is wonderful, fresh mango and passion fruit. Taste is a nice hybrid between the IPA and NEIPA styles. Orange and tangerine combine nicely with the mango and passion fruit over a light but large malt base. Finish is a moderate citrus rind bitterness.

Craft Beer & Brewing Magazine Podcast
Episode 199: Alex Flores of Urban South Kettle-Sours the Hard Way

Craft Beer & Brewing Magazine Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2021 70:30


Kettle sours get a bad rap in some brewing circles, but Urban South's (https://urbansouthbrewery.com) Alex Flores would love to change your mind. Recalibrating and considering these beers as their own thing—rather than some faster approximation of other sour traditions—and you just might see the in a new light. They've definitely grown on the fans of Urban South, who've fallen hard for the tart beers. The brewery has nurtured a range of beers within the broader family. On one end, beers such as Cucumber Lime Gose strike a crisp and refreshing pose with light salinity, freshly juiced cucumber, and subtle tartness. On the other, heavily fruited beers thick with purée scratch that fruit-smoothie itch. Adjacent to those are more creative expressions, such as the Drip line of fruited coffee sours. Urban South is committed to exploring this particular expression of acid and fruit in beer. In this episode, Flores discusses: The importance of vigorous lactic fermentations for better-tasting beer Avoiding hop cross-contamination in the kettle Controlling oxygen when kettle souring Managing water and salinity in delicate tart beers Dialing in sweetness to highlight fruit flavors Homogenizing flavors through the mash, souring, boil, and fermentation Adjusting and tweaking flavors Processes for getting punchy natural fruit and vegetable expression Blending whole bean and ground coffee in beer additions for better results And more. In Flores' words, “You can't kettle-sour your way into a Cuvée de Tomme,” but that's not the point—they shouldn't be viewed as contemporaries with traditional, funk-forward mixed-fermentation beers. When approached with the right frame of mind, and a buttoned-up process, brewers can make exciting beers that customers love. *This episode is brought to you by: * G&D Chillers (https://gdchillers.com): Born in the Pacific Northwest from a lot of hard work and singular goal, G&D has become the best damn chiller company in the world. Like you, G&D never settles—they are relentless and strive to be better every single day because they take pride in the work they do. They are craftsmen who know that "good enough" just won't cut it. Visit G&D Chillers at the CBC, Booth #3011! Or reach out directly at GDChillers.com (https://gdchillers.com). BSG (https://bsgcraftbrewing.com/) Even the best yeast deserves a helping hand with seltzer fermentation, which is why Pathfinder N-Pure Seltzer Nutrient ensures reliable and complete fermentation of a seltzer base, while providing a clean, neutral fermentation profile. Not to mention it provides all the essential nutrients required by yeast for production of hard seltzer bases fermented from those sweet refined sugars. Give your seltzer yeast a boost by visiting bsgcraftbrewing.com (https://bsgcraftbrewing.com/) and searching for Pathfinder N-Pure Seltzer Nutrient, or call BSG at 1.800.374.2739. Old Orchard (https://www.oldorchard.com/brewer): The most common complaint about hard seltzers? They need more flavor. Extract alone is a weak flavoring agent and can leave a chemical aftertaste. But there's a better way. The craft concentrate blends from Old Orchard are packed with REAL FRUIT FIRST, no added sugars, and just enough natural flavor. Breweries are turning to Old Orchard concentrates for seltzer with more body, color, and aroma. Turn seltzer skeptics into supporters with seltzer that drinks like a beer. Get started at www.oldorchard.com/brewer (https://www.oldorchard.com/brewer). Brewmation (https://www.brewmation.com): With nearly 20 years of innovation and experience, Brewmation specializes in electric, steam, and direct fire brew houses, complete cellar solutions, and automated controls for the craft brewing industry. From a half barrel to thirty barrel systems, Brewmation puts you in control to design a brewery that fits your needs and brewing style. Whether you're starting a new brewery, upgrading your cellar, or just need some parts to keep you up and running, Brewmation has you covered. Visit Brewmation.com (https://www.brewmation.com) to get started. Clarion Lubricants (https://www.clarionlubricants.com/Welcome.do): There's nothing easy about brewing beer. It's an intricate, time-consuming art. The last thing you need to face is a recall or contamination that can hurt your pride and your pocketbook. Clarion lubricants meet strict purity and performance standards to help make your system 100% food safe. That's protection for your equipment and your beer. So, make the switch to Clarion, and ensure your system is running smooth and safe. Go to clarionlubricants.com (https://www.clarionlubricants.com/Welcome.do) to learn more.

KUNR Public Radio: Local News Feed
Business Beat: Development Underway On Massive Industrial Project in Fernley, New Breweries On Tap

KUNR Public Radio: Local News Feed

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2021 2:02


Here's the latest business news from around Northern Nevada, with Business Beat from the Northern Nevada Business Weekly.

Beering Ain't Easy
The Beer Olympics

Beering Ain't Easy

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2021 34:02


Beering Ain't Easy is celebrating 1 year as a podcast, and we're bringing on not one but two guests to celebrate in the most epic way we know how - An Official Beer Olympics!  We'll each go toe-to-toe on games that most of us have not played since college - Beer Chug, Flip Cup, Beer Pong, and Darts - and we'll reminisce on our favorite moments of the podcast.  Who has the skills and stamina to outlast the rest?  And more importantly, will the hosts or the guests come out victorious?  Featured Beers:TEX Beer. 8th Wonder Brewery, Houston, TX. Blonde Ale. 4.3% ABV.Bombshell Blonde. Southern Star Brewing Company, Conroe, TX. 5.25% ABV.Buckle Bunny. Eureka Heights Brewing Company, Houston, TX.  Cream Ale. 4.5% ABV.Pabst Blue Ribbon.  Pabst Brewing Company.  Lager. 4.8% ABV. Featured MusicOlympic Theme. John Williams Other Shout-OutsCollege Beverages:  Coors Light, Smirnoff Ice, Natural Light, Natty Ice, Naturdays, Keystone LightKarbachPedialyte and PoweradeThe Sandlot / Scotty SmallsRing of Honor - Flying Saucer Draught EmporiumBig 50  -  Little Woodrow's.  Houston, TXLil Snack.  11 Below Brewing Company Beering Ain't Easy Favorite episodes per the guests:  The Suburban Life, Houston Hops, Houston's Best Pilsner, What's Up with Non-Alcoholic Beers? NEW WEBSITE and MERCH PAGE!  Check out all the great podcasts that are a part of Cross the Streams media! https://www.crossthestreamsmedia.com/show/beering-aint-easy/ Follow @beeringainteasy on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, or YouTube, email us at beeringainteasy@gmail.com, or follow our beer quest on Untappd, usernames BeeringAintEasyAdam and BeeringAintEasyDrew.

The Daily Sun-Up
Colorado Sun Daily Sun-Up: Colorado breweries struggle with aluminum can shortage; General Juan de Ulibarri reaches Prowers

The Daily Sun-Up

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2021 9:20


Good Morning, Colorado, you're listening to the Daily Sun-Up with the Colorado Sun. It's Thursday July 29th.   Today - The pandemic and stay-at-home orders led to new consumption habits. Many people began drinking more beer, seltzer, and other canned drinks - and those habits have persisted. But now, it's led to a shortage of aluminum cans and lids.   We'd also like to take a moment to thank our sponsors at SunShare. SunShare is building a new community solar garden and YOU can participate! Your community solar subscription adds solar to the energy mix, and your utility buys that energy directly from you! So join the thousands of other Coloradans who share your commitment to clean energy. Space is limited and filling quickly, so make sure to visit us at mysunshare.com   But before we begin, let's go back in time with some Colorado history adapted from historian Derek R Everett's book “Colorado Day by Day”:   Today, we take you back to July 29th, 1706 when a party of 140 Spaniards, Puebloans and Apaches under General Juan de Ulibarri reached the south bank of the Arkansas River in present-day Prowers. They had trekked for 2 and a half weeks from Santa Fe. Ulibarri praised the area as the best and broadest valley. The expedition proved a success in strengthening the ties between the Spanish, Puebloans, and Apaches.   Now, our feature story.   The coronavirus pandemic and mandatory stay-at-home orders created a lot of new consumption habits and economic forces that have persisted in 2021. That's certainly the case with the canning industry, as high consumption of beverages like beer and seltzer have driven a shortage of aluminum cans and jar lids that a lot of Colorado businesses rely on to get their products to consumers. Colorado Sun reporter Jen Brown talks to reporter Shannon Najmabadi about what's behind shortages dogging Colorado breweries, home jam operations and other businesses.   To read Shannon's story, go to coloradosun.com.   And Before we go, here are a few stories that you should know about today:   Momentum to mandate health care workers get vaccinated against COVID-19 is growing across the country and in Colorado. On Wednesday, two more major health systems announced that they will require their employees to be vaccinated against coronavirus by the fall. UCHealth will require staff to be fully vaccinated by October First. And Denver Health gave its workers a November First deadline. The announcements came after Banner Health said workers at its four Colorado hospitals must get the vaccine.    A parks employee for the city of Arvada has died after the riding lawnmower he was on tipped into a lake. Joe Herrin was a parks maintenance worker who had been with the city since 2018. He was using the mower near the edge of Birdland Lake at Jack B. Tomlinson Park on July 22 when the accident occurred. He died of his injuries yesterday.    Douglas, El Paso, Mesa and Moffat counties are among those in which the CDC is recommending people resume wearing masks indoors in public places. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is now urging people living in communities with high COVID-19 transmission rates to start wearing masks again when indoors. A long list of Colorado counties have high-transmission rates. The CDC said the recommendation applies whether or not people are vaccinated.    Adams County is the first in Colorado to revise its policies on oil and gas since new statewide regulations took effect in January. Commissioners in Adams County adopted new rules during a public hearing this week. The regulations increase setback distances for new drilling to two thousand feet from homes, schools, daycares and parks.    For more information on all of these stories, visit our website, www.coloradosun.com. And don't forget to tune in again tomorrow for a special holiday episode. Now, a quick message from our editor.   The Colorado Sun is non-partisan and completely independent. We're always dedicated to telling the in-depth stories we need today more than ever. And The Sun is supported by readers and listeners like you.   Right now, you can head to ColoradoSun.com and become a member. Starting at $5 per month for a basic membership and if you bump it up to $20 per month, you'll get access to our exclusive politics and outdoors newsletters. Thanks for starting your morning with us and don't forget to tune in again tomorrow. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Pour Another Round
027 - Gravity Box Brewing Company - Mauston, WI

Pour Another Round

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2021 67:52


Named after Micah's favorite named farm equipment, Gravity Box really dives deep into the agricultural motif. There's a literal gravity box on the back of their bar. Their tap handles are antique shovel handles, hammers, and assorted tools. After moving back to Mauston from the beer Mecca of Milwaukee, Micah started homebrewing to fill his void of local quality beer. The closest brewery at the time was half an hour away.Micah received validation from friends and family that his beer was good. So why not follow that passion to open a brewery for the people?! With no expectations on how successful they'd be, Micah was proud of his beer and what he and his wife, April, created at the brewery!Lucky for us (and for them), not even trying to open during a global pandemic could hinder Gravity Box Brewing!Follow Gravity Box Brewing:Instagram: @gravityboxbrewingcompanyFacebook: /gravityboxbrewingcoWebsite: gravityboxbrewing.comFollow Pour Another Round:Facebook: /PourAnothrRoundInstagram: @PourAnothrRoundTwitter: @PourAnothrRound

Pour Another Round
Brewery 026 - Stillmank Brewing Company - Green Bay, WI

Pour Another Round

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2021 52:18


From Wisconsin to Colorado and back to Wisconsin, Brad Stillmank learned about beer and brewing from some great beer cities!Out of a true determination to bring his home brewing hobby and formal brewing education to life, Brad contract brewed until he built a network of Stillmank Beer drinking fans and enough money to open his own place. We hear many stories in between! Follow Stillmank Brewing:Instagram: @stillmankbrewingFacebook: /stillmankbeercompanyTwitter: @stillmankbeerWebsite: stillmankbrewing.comFollow Pour Another Round:Facebook: /PourAnothrRoundInstagram: @PourAnothrRoundTwitter: @PourAnothrRound

Craft Beer & Brewing Magazine Podcast
Episode 196: Kevin Ashford of Figueroa Mountain Does More by Using Less

Craft Beer & Brewing Magazine Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2021 63:37


For Kevin Ashford, brewmaster of Figueroa Mountain Brewing (https://www.figmtnbrew.com) in Buellton, California, every beer can always be improved. After winning two medals for their Danish Red Lager, Ashford and team made the difficult decisions to simplify the malt bill, dry it out a touch, and add a decoction step—significant moves for a beer that had a following and had wowed judges. But for Ashford, truly great beers are created through a process of subtraction—iterating and eliminating anything that doesn't need to be there, while using all the tools in the brewing playbook to maximize the expression in what's left. In this episode of the podcast, Ashford shares his optimization strategies, primarily in the lager realm. These include: Decocting Mexican-style lager to build malt character and create “weight” in light lagers Using Contessa hops for a classic but fresh feel Employing multiple lager yeast strains in the production brewhouse Cellaring with a combo of cylindroconical fermenters and brite tanks to optimize clarity Understanding the importance of time in lager brewing Using contemporary hops like El Dorado and Strata in lagers The benefit of cold fermentation on retaining hop aromas And more. *This episode is brought to you by: * G&D Chillers (https://gdchillers.com): Like your flagship beer you can rely on G&D Chillers for the same quality and consistency. G&D guarantees that every chiller they build will hit 28 degrees without breaking a sweat. They never stop. They draft, they craft, they service each and every brewery – big or small. All in an effort to build one hell of a chiller. For nearly 30 years, G&D's been committed to cold. Reach out for a quote today at GDChillers.com (https://gdchillers.com). BSG (https://bsgcraftbrewing.com/) Even the best yeast deserves a helping hand with seltzer fermentation, which is why Pathfinder N-Pure Seltzer Nutrient ensures reliable and complete fermentation of a seltzer base, while providing a clean, neutral fermentation profile. Not to mention it provides all the essential nutrients required by yeast for production of hard seltzer bases fermented from those sweet refined sugars. Give your seltzer yeast a boost by visiting bsgcraftbrewing.com (https://bsgcraftbrewing.com/) and searching for Pathfinder N-Pure Seltzer Nutrient, or call BSG at 1.800.374.2739. Old Orchard (https://www.oldorchard.com/brewer): The most common complaint about hard seltzers? They need more flavor. Extract alone is a weak flavoring agent and can leave a chemical aftertaste. But there's a better way. The craft concentrate blends from Old Orchard are packed with REAL FRUIT FIRST, no added sugars, and just enough natural flavor. Breweries are turning to Old Orchard concentrates for seltzer with more body, color, and aroma. Turn seltzer skeptics into supporters with seltzer that drinks like a beer. Get started at www.oldorchard.com/brewer (https://www.oldorchard.com/brewer). Brewmation (https://www.brewmation.com): With nearly 20 years of innovation and experience, Brewmation specializes in electric, steam, and direct fire brew houses, complete cellar solutions, and automated controls for the craft brewing industry. From a half barrel to thirty barrel systems, Brewmation puts you in control to design a brewery that fits your needs and brewing style. Whether you're starting a new brewery, upgrading your cellar, or just need some parts to keep you up and running, Brewmation has you covered. Visit Brewmation.com (https://www.brewmation.com) to get started. Clarion Lubricants (https://www.clarionlubricants.com/Welcome.do): There's nothing easy about brewing beer. It's an intricate, time-consuming art. The last thing you need to face is a recall or contamination that can hurt your pride and your pocketbook. Clarion lubricants meet strict purity and performance standards to help make your system 100% food safe. That's protection for your equipment and your beer. So, make the switch to Clarion, and ensure your system is running smooth and safe. Go to clarionlubricants.com (https://www.clarionlubricants.com/Welcome.do) to learn more.