In this episode, Dustin, Saf and Keith discuss the upcoming changes to the Nintendo universe along with the changes to the gaming experience with the switch, including new games and.. new expansions!Beers for the Episode:Bad Dad’s Plumbers Crack [ https://untappd.com/b/bad-dad-brewing-co-plummer-s-crack/3834972]Indiana City’s Patron Saints [https://untappd.com/b/indiana-city-brewing-company-patron-saints-of-beer/4356868] The post Episode 227 – Nintendo Direct 2021 appeared first on DrinkIN GeekOUT.
Stuffed pumpkin and margs made it into this week's Top Two. Steph and Steph discuss the ranking of grocery store rotisserie chicken. Craft beer legend Mark Sturtrud calls in to talk about Summit Brewery's 35th Anniversary Celebration!
Earlier this month, Yazoo Brewing and Embrace the Funk held its annual Funk Fest. It was a return to somewhat normalcy filled with small pours, familiar faces, and a sense of camaraderie. Amid the socially distanced crowd was Chris Cates. He's the co-founder and head brewer of Little Animals Brewery in Tennessee. He has a great story and perspective and he will share his story on this episode. Amid the happiness and revelry at the festival, there was also worry about supply chains and ingredient shortages, labor issues and increased competition. One topic that kept coming up was about cans, and so the show reaches out to John Henfer at Wisconsin Aluminum Foundry Co. for an update on the industry. ArryvedArryved Point of Sale is your mobile, flexible, solution to save your staff time, and provide the best guest experience on-premise and online. Built by craft beer professionals for craft beer professionals, Arryved is the only P-O-S with no contracts and no monthly fees, and everything your business needs to thrive. Go to Arryved.com/nano to set up a free, customized demo. Blichmann Pro With superior engineering and unrivaled service, Blichmann Pro Brewing equipment is the smart choice for your bottom line. With our turnkey 3.5 barrel gas-fired or electric brewhouse systems starting at only $16,999, you won't find a better match of price, performance and quality. Hit the ground running with equipment you can count on and support you can trust so you can focus on what matters — ROI. Visit Blichmannpro.com to learn more!BYO Nano Brew Podcast Episode 22Host: John HollGuests: Chris Cates and John HenferContact: email@example.comMusic: Scott McCampbell
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 Lined Pils. Take a journey through history as Chris walks us through the process of bringing this old-world technique back, from sourcing to brewing. This is the ultimate Beer Geek episode! Crack a Bavarian Lager and have a listen.A special note: Our hearts go out to the beloved Anne Saxelby, who passed this week. In the words of Jimmy, “Her legacy is in everything around us: The food we eat, the people we know, the memories of tastes like “Comersdale” and “Moses Sleeper”. We will never forget. Much love.” Heritage Radio Network is a listener supported nonprofit podcast network. Support Beer Sessions Radio by becoming a member!Beer Sessions Radio is Powered by Simplecast.
For this episode, you'll want to find the nearest fireplace, grab a beer, and get cozy. We have two interviews that both focus around beer history and the stories you may have never heard. First, Mike talks with Brian Alberts, a Seattle-based beer historian and writer. Brian tells us about some unique moments in beer's history, including the rare reasons why Oktoberfest has been cancelled, aside from COVID-19. He also shares about the tournament bracket he made for Oktoberfest beers, and the surprising beer that came close to winning. Then, Mike talks with Theresa McCulla, the curator at the American Brewing History Initiative at the National Museum of American History. Theresa shares how the Initiative uses beer as a lens to view American history, and how the upcoming event Beer Histories, Now will explore the stories of beer that aren't widely told. Theresa tells us which filmmakers, journalists, brewers, and beer historians will be involved in the event, and gives us a sneak peak of how these people are creating new paths in beer's future by looking at the past. Details and tickets for Beer Histories, Now can be found here. In other news, Jake and Brandy recap the Snallygaster weekend and give us the rundown of upcoming DC beer events, including DC Beer Brewer's Jam. Keep up to date with everything happening at DCBeer.com, @DCBeer on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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.
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 email@example.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
The Brewbound team reconvenes to discuss all the new hard seltzers coming to the convenience channel, plus new products from Sierra Nevada -- a lifestyle tea brand -- and Firestone Walker -- more 805, more Mind Haze and Cali Squeeze seltzers. The conversation then turns to the closing of Due South, the acquisition of Catawba and a bunch of openings. Dusty the dog also makes a squeaky appearance.
On the 13th episode of the Bois & Bar Talk podcast, the Drink of the Week is Flexural Strength. We have a Scotch Ale/Wee Heavy drink on our hands, not something that we've ever heard of. Flexural Strength is made by Reverie Brewing Company out of Newtown, CT. Flexural Strength is a slightly hoppy ale, medium in color, and has an ABV of 7.7%. We found this beer tucked way in the back of our beer stash. While we never heard of this brewery before and any beers that they have, this was surprised us. It's complemented by peanut butter with a malty taste to it. Overall, we embraced this delightful surprise with a positive review because it's repeatably drinkable. Well done! How We Rated Flexural Strength Rob's Rating: 7.7/10 Kev's Rating: 8.7/10 We kick off the show reminding everyone to check out the website Boisandbartalk.com to check out all of our episode posts. We do show notes and ratings for every beer and every episode. Here's how the episode goes down with Flexural Strength. Rating People We're baffled how humans rate each other whether it's based on looks or personality. We score humans on a scale of 1 through 10. Your whole existence! Rated with this bare bones scale. Would you want to know what other people are rating you if you could? Throwback Segment! We went back to old-school "Would You Rather?" questions. It's been a while since we did this. Would you rather not eat fruit again? Or would you rather not eat meat ever again? Would you rather give up Chinese food? Or would you rather give up Mexican food? Movie Plot Idea As the Flexural Strength was flowing through us, we got even more creative. How about this for a movie plot? The main character could manipulate the dreams of others. Similar to Freddy in a way. But it's much more subtle for a super power. You can influence the decisions of others and control their dreams! This spun off into thinking about the subconscious and how you can condition it. Looking for More Beer? If you would like to support the show, take a look at our Patreon page. Also, with Patreon you can support us financially so we can at least break even on our expenses, expand faster, and keep exploring new drinks! Cheers!
Grab your beer-straws and favorite costumes; it's time to get hydrated! Coley stops back in to hang with Flex and Greg as they talk about drinking your way through an anniversary trip, favorite costumes and corresponding impressions, getting drunk with your boss, and celebrating back-to-school with booze. Greg and Coley are sipping on Radiant Beer Company's collaboration with Topa Topa Brewing, a dark Kolsch called Am I Even Kölsch? After that, they get hoppy with Wild Sparrow from Pure Project Brewing.Flex was (finally) able to drop the kids at school and head off to do some needed research. Coley went to her boss's vacation house to shoot guns, make wine, mix cocktails, and drink beer through a straw…quite the weekend! There's a significant discussion on beer-straw drinking and when it's necessary. Especially when costumes are involved. Greg went on an anniversary trip and drank his way through the countryside. Ohio coming in strong for some Ludicrous Libation Laws; don't get your fish drunk.An elderly woman recovers from COVID and celebrates by pounding a beer. Doordash is expanding its deliveries to include booze. And Molson Coors is being sued again for claiming Vizzy is healthy. Coley:www.instagram.com/ice_cole_beer_BoozecastFlex:www.instagram.com/flex_me_a_beerCraft Beer Republic:www.CraftBeerRepublic.comwww.instagram.com/CraftBeerRepublicwww.facebook.com/CraftBeerRepublicPodwww.twitter.com/CraftBeerRepub(805) 538-2337
To earn this badge, check-in one (1) of the four Bell's Brewery beers - Official Hazy IPA, Two Hearted, Light Hearted, or Oberon - September 22, 2021 - October 22, 2021. We also highlight Bell's Eccentric Café as our Verified Venue of the Week and shout out Creature Comforts for bringing us the best beers we had this week.
Bess Dougherty has one of the best social media accounts in the beer space these days, mostly because it doesn't largely focus on beer. With her Carhartt overalls, she's been using the front pocket to hold snacks. From cookies and chips, to ice cream bars and tater tots, the snack pocket is a quirky escape from reality that celebrates between meal noshes. Bess has been brewing for a decade now, starting off at Wynkoop, the venerable Denver Brewery, before moving on to a head brewer position at the Grateful Gnome, and then landing amid the pandemic at Ratio Beerworks. There, she's part of a brewing team that regularly rotates jobs, it's not just days in the brewdeck or in the cellar, and she spoke to the show last week she had just finished keg washing and was sitting on the brewery's patio with a Mexican lager. Earlier this year the brewery took gold for the Golden/Blonde ale category at the Great American Beer Festival, a style that isn't often thought of these days but remains important to craft beer history and education. Coming off the high of a big win, Bess says she quickly had to fight back against the pervasive misogyny that exists in parts of the beer industry. She's been vocal and active in the fight to bring equality and better understanding to fellow professionals and consumers alike. This Episode is sponsored by:NZ HopsNZ Hops, the co-operative of Master Hop Growers are a passionate collective of farms dedicated to innovation and sustainability. Leading the charge in sustainable farm practices, some NZ Hops farms have over five generations of knowledge that inform their composting program, used by growers to promote healthy regenerative growth of hops year upon year. This creates high quality soil, a critical component of healthy growing conditions. At NZ Hops, they feel that sustainability is not only being a steward for the land, but for our future. We're in it together.NovozymesThe best brewmasters are obsessed with creating a high quality, consistent product. That means reducing mash viscosity for better wort separation and increasing brewhouse efficiency. UltraFlo Max® from Novozymes helps you achieve both. It is time to Brew With Enzymes! Increase your brewhouse efficiency and achieve faster filtration today with UltraFlo Max®. Order a free sample today at www.brewingwithenzymes.com/beeredge.For more Drink Beer, Think Beer or to check out Beer Edge: The Newsletter for Beer Professionals, follow us on Twitter @thebeeredge and subscribe to our beer industry focused newsletter. There is more information, articles, and engaging content at Beer Edge. Host: John Holl Guest: Bess Dougherty of Ratio Beerworks Sponsors: NZ Hops, Novozymes and The Beer Edge Tags: Beer, Kegs, Mexican Lager, Blonde Ale, Barrels, Diversity, Snacks
After a month of Bond episodes, we decided to take a minor break! However, we are not taking a break from content. We pulled this bad boy out of the vault and decided that today is the day we finally get to release it. Dustin went to St Josephs and grabbed 3 of their to-go […] The post Episode 226 – St. Joseph Brewery & Public House appeared first on DrinkIN GeekOUT.
Sunglasses are synonymous with San Diego. We had to get the inside scoop on a local sunglass company that has been producing sunnies for over 15 years! This week we sit down with the founder and CEO of Knockaround Sunglasses, Adam Moyer. Adam talks about the inception of Knockaround when he was just 23 years old in grad school for art. He explains how he wanted Knockaround sunglasses to be both fun and durable, yet also provide consumers high-quality sunglasses that won't break the bank. Adam also shares his passion for giving back to the San Diego community by donating products to local firefighters and asking local elementary students to design a pair of sunglasses. Listen in and enjoy this story of dedication to locally crafted sunglasses.
This week we return to Oklahoma City to chat with Jake from Skydance Brewing Co. Listen in as Jake shares the moving story of his dad's influence on getting the brewery started, why being OKC's first Native owned brewery is important, the process of going from homebrewing, to the Brewers Union, and finally to having his own space, and much more! Check out our site Instagram Facebook YouTube
Join Dave & Tim LIVE from the Brewhouse Stage at Mountain Lakes Brewing Company in Downtown Spokane, Washington... as always with your host, Chris Cindric! On this month's installment of Wheat, Wheat... Don't Tell Me! we welcome Joss Tribble & Rachel Nalley, new owners of Spokane staple, Community Pint. Rachel Nalley has a tremendous brewing background in and around the Spokane area, including some prestigious awards, and she is also currently the head brewer at TT's Old Iron Brewery in Spokane Valley. Let's talk beer, community, and cars, shall we? Cars? Yep!
The stories about the awesome craft beer industry I share on this podcast are wide and varied. For the most part, they are celebrating what is awesome about the industry or sharing stories of people chasing their dreams and having a great time doing that.This episode with Brad Bown from Left Barrel is a little different. It's one of how things aren't always easy, especially with a pandemic and bush fires throwing you a curveball. But, it's not all doom and gloom it's just telling it like it is, and I thank Brad for sharing his story with me and hope that others get a bit out of it.If you want to help out Left Barrel, jump on and buy a few beers from them.https://www.leftbarrel.com/shop Want to help spread the craft beer gospel?Follow me on Instagram, Facebook, or YouTubeRate, Review and Subscribe on Apple Podcasts...click the link on your phone and scroll to the bottomOr Follow/Subscribe on your favourite podcast player
Mike Stephen learns about a new local Black-owned brewery called Funkytown from co-owners Richard Bloomfield, Zachary Day, and Gregory Williams, discusses the loss of affordable housing in Chicago with executive director of the Institute for Housing Studies at DePaul University Geoff Smith, and discovers the Secret History of the local country rock band Ouray. And Mike recounts his standoff with a Chicago rat, since the city has once again been named the "rattiest" in America.
Hey You Little Craft Beer Nerds! On this episode, we headed out to Indianapolis, Indiana to hang out with the owners of A Taproom and holy shit, what a night! The bar filled up quick as the night progressed, and we're not going to lie, we had so much fun there. Listen in as we talk about the beginnings of the taproom, how the business model came about, and of course how to properly kill a zombie. Cheers! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ohhap/support
After an eventful National Beer Wholesalers Association annual convention in Las Vegas, the Brewbound team debriefs on all of the middle tier issues discussed over the last week. The team also hits the latest news, including a big wholesaler acquisition in Ohio, comments to the Department of the Treasury by Reyes and others, lawsuits over terminations in New York, and questions over PepsiCo's entry into alcohol distribution.
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.
Special Guests from Celestial Beerworks, New Beers & Chatting! Ep 162Welcome to the show! Tonight we sit down with Mike, Molly and Andrew from Celestial Beerworks while trying some new beers! Cheers!Powered by Fast Track Cannabis Clinics of America, Gorilla Marketing, Alarm Engineers Inc. & Coast 2 Bay Inspection ServicesSupport the Stream Beer Fund- Venmo: @strikeoutbeer- CashApp: $strikeoutbeer Merch Store is now OPEN!!! https://teespring.com/stores/my-store-10220299Thank you all for your support. Cheers!#craftbeer #celestialbeerworks #chattingConnect with Strikeout Beer:Web: http://www.strikeoutbeer.comInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/strikeoutbeer/Twitter: https://twitter.com/strikeoutbeerTumblr: https://strikeoutbeerpodcast.tumblr.com/Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/strikeoutbeerTikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@strikeoutbeerpodcast----------------------------------------Intro/Exit Music Info:“Fast Modern Rock Song” & “Heavy Rock Groove” by Royalty Free Music on Rock Instrumentals for Use in Production Vol. 3 TV Productions, Podcasts, Movies & Jingles from Amazon Music
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
Get your tongue-jobbers and lederhosen ready; we're doing some research! Coley drops in to hang with Flex and Greg as they talk about some upcoming beer festivals embarrassing beer purchases, new breweries, and weird drinking laws. Flex kicks off the research by drinking for a great cause; he has Brave Noise Pale Ale from Phase Three Brewing. Greg and Coley are getting their steins ready for AleSchmidt Oktoberfest from Alesmith down in San Diego. We get an update from Flex about all those seltzers he had to pound. Then, Greg and Coley hit up 14 Cannons for some research and to celebrate their 4th anniversary. Listener Davis writes in to talk about some ludicrous libation laws and shares a drunk story. Coley is heading to a big beer festival this weekend, and it conjures up stories of her husband Nick falling asleep at beer events.Fontana Jim calls in to share some wisdom about getting older and eating burritos. Also, what are your favorite burrito toppings?Sam Adams is rereleasing the 28% Utopias again, this time for a cool $240. A missing drunk man accidentally joins a search party…for himself. Stone distribution picks up some great local breweries. And good news for Flex, Boston Beer is opening up at Truly Taproom.Coley:www.instagram.com/ice_cole_beer_BoozecastFlex:www.instagram.com/flex_me_a_beerCraft Beer Republic:www.CraftBeerRepublic.comwww.instagram.com/CraftBeerRepublicwww.facebook.com/CraftBeerRepublicPodwww.twitter.com/CraftBeerRepub(805) 538-2337
In this episode recorded in Nashville, Tennessee during the Yazoo Brewing Funk Fest Brady Duncan, a co-founder and Ryan Blevins, the head brewer, of MadTree Brewing share thoughts on IPA and lager, and the fun and hard work that comes with day-to-day operations. The brewery has come a long way since Duncan and his other homebrew-minded founders went pro. Fueled by the growth of their IPA, but with a passion for lagers and crazy experimentation - that's where the “mad” comes in - they are constantly turning out new beers and trying to push within and beyond established styles. The "tree" stems from their environmental commitment. They walk the walk with giving back, not only being part of the 1% for the Planet initiative, but by making volunteerism part of employment, and thinking about ways they can lower the brewery's carbon footprint and be better stewards of the earth. This Episode is sponsored by:BriessBriess is the leading supplier of specialty malt to craft brewers They offer the broadest product line in the industry, including a wide range of roasted malts that add flavor, color, and character to beer. Their experienced operators handcraft every batch of roasted malt to ensure the product you get is consistent. Check out BrewingwithBriess.com for beer recipes using roasted malt.NZ HopsNZ Hops, the co-operative of Master Hop Growers are a passionate collective of farms dedicated to innovation and sustainability. Leading the charge in sustainable farm practices, some NZ Hops farms have over five generations of knowledge that inform their composting program, used by growers to promote healthy regenerative growth of hops year upon year. This creates high quality soil, a critical component of healthy growing conditions. At NZ Hops, they feel that sustainability is not only being a steward for the land, but for our future. We're in it together.NovozymesThe best brewmasters are obsessed with creating a high quality, consistent product. That means reducing mash viscosity for better wort separation and increasing brewhouse efficiency. UltraFlo Max® from Novozymes helps you achieve both. It is time to Brew With Enzymes! Increase your brewhouse efficiency and achieve faster filtration today with UltraFlo Max®. Order a free sample today at www.brewingwithenzymes.com/beeredge.For more Drink Beer, Think Beer or to check out Beer Edge: The Newsletter for Beer Professionals, follow us on Twitter @thebeeredge and subscribe to our beer industry focused newsletter. There is more information, articles, and engaging content at Beer Edge. Host: John Holl Guest: Brady Duncan and Ryan Belvins Sponsors: Briess, NZ Hops, Jack's Abby, and The Beer Edge Tags: Beer, IPA, Lager, Ohio, Ownership, Environment
Episode 76. Another week, another brand profile! Join us as we travel up north to the very top of Honshu – to Aomori Prefecture. Located a stone's throw from the coastal shoreline, Hachinohe Shuzo has been crafting sake in Aomori since 1775. More recently, two brothers have taken over at the Brewery, Hideyuki and Nobuyuki Komai and they began steering their small batch “Mutsu Hassen” brand in exciting new directions. With tweaks to the traditional sake brewing orthodoxy, such as using white koji and shortening the length of the shubo yeast starter process, the Komai brothers have created exciting new sake flavors that don't stray too far from tradition. Listen in as Timothy talks about his 2013 visit to this brewery and his literal run in with both a sugidama (hanging cedar branch ball) and a minor typhoon. And completely unrelated to Squid Games on Netflix, there is way more squid talk than one might expect.
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When a few sample tinnies of D5 turned up from Todd at Dainton, it jogged my memory that I hadn't had the team on the podcast. I'm hopeless like that, I need an assistant to help me plan out the year - otherwise, I am like Dory from Finding Nemo..."a shiny guest over here, great let's chat"...forgetting that I had been arranging a chat for weeks with someone else. For that, I am sorry Dainton, but you made up for it by having 3 of you jump in for this chat!Yep, on this episode, we have Founder, Dan Dainton, Head of Sales, Todd Barac, and Brewer, Mark Schipano.Oh yeah, and back to the D5, that beer was brewed to celebrate the 5 year anniversary of the brewery at Carrum Downs. In case you didn't know, Dainton has been around a few years longer than that, but I'll let you listen and find out more about it!Dainton BreweryWant to help spread the craft beer gospel?Follow me on Instagram, Facebook, or YouTubeRate, Review and Subscribe on Apple Podcasts...click the link on your phone and scroll to the bottomOr Follow/Subscribe on your favourite podcast player
To celebrate Oktoberfest, Carlin and Rebecca drove down to True Respite Brewing in Rockville, Maryland to pick up a German themed beer dinner with food from Brew Belly Kitchen and Sudhaus. Listen as the food and beers are tasted on podcast.
Big interview alert! The Dads travel to Poulsbo, WA to chat with the owner/head brewer of Rainy Daze Mike Montoney. From home brewing to concocting wickedly tasty brews Mike chats about how things get started and where they are headed.
Annie Perez speaks with Patrick Byrne General Manager of Sarah Farms about the business of Milk and the Community. Rick Razo tells her about is Mission Trial Brewery and all the Beers they brew in the Mission Trail district of the Lower Valley. And Alex Serra Attorney at Law talks about how she can help you fight that unfair Ticket the Law Enforcement guy gave you.........
This is a mighty special episode of The DC Beer Show! First, Jake speaks with Greg Engert about the return of SNALLYGASTER, DC's top annual beer festival. This year's lineup includes 450 highly sought-after brews on draft from over 200 of the finest American and international breweries, along with local food trucks and two stages of live music. Jake and Greg talk about what attendees can expect and highlight some of the top breweries in the lineup. Tickets are still available (as of October 1) at Snallygasterdc.com.In the second half of this extended episode, you'll hear Brandy and Jake speaking with each of the seven breweries at the 2021 Battle of the Barrel-Aged Beers, one of the most popular events of the DC Brewers' Guild's annual DC Beer Week. Brewers from Port City, Hellbender, 3 Stars, DC Brau, Other Half, Right Proper, and Atlas talk about their entries in this year's contest and the barrels they used to create their concoctions. Recorded live at the event! Congrats to DC Brau for winning this year!
Nigel and Nick hit the road again, this time hanging out with Jonathan Williamson at his Sandhills Brewing location in Mission, Kansas. Jonathan talks about his totally lazy process for choosing beer names, his staunch belief he's a better brewer than his brother (who runs their Hutchinson, Kansas) and talks about that time he thought all he needed was $15,000 to start a brewery. Drinkers (from Sandhills): Honey IPA; Oktoberfest & Bald Eagle. Mystery Beers: Logger Pre-Prohibition Logger — Jailbreak Brewing Company; Past and present American Barley Wine — Other Half Brewing; Local Traces DDH Pale Logger; Barrel & Flow collab from Trace Brewing & Two locals Brewing Company.
There's a lot more to the Brewery business than just making beer. Despite the challenges facing businesses today, Anderby Brewing and Kettlerock Brewery have found their path. Their owners, Preston Smelt and Stephen Peet (respectively) talk about the collaboration as well as the competition in this line of business. Plus, they take an in-depth look at shippers, licensing, the marketplace, solving supply chain issues, and more. Join your hosts Karl Barham and Rico Figliolini with their latest Capitalist Sage Podcast.
Brewer, innovator and creative ADD enthusiast Sam Calagione of Dogfish Head sits down with the band to talk about the future of craft beer, pumpkin spiced everything and how a modified vibrating football set he bootstrapped into his brewery wound up in the Smithsonian.Sam recently wrote a book about his 26 years at the helm of a very off-centered brewery which you can find herePlease SUBSCRIBE and RATE the show if you can. Join us each week as industry leaders, Damon Boelte and Sother Teague, sit down with a wide range of hospitality and spirits experts from around the world to discuss everything that impacts our business. FOLLOW US ON INSTAGRAM:Damon Boelte @DamonBoelteSother Teague @CreativeDrunkGreg Benson @100ProofGregSpeakeasy Podcast @SpeakeasyPodcastHeritage Radio Network is a listener supported nonprofit podcast network. Support The Speakeasy by becoming a member!The Speakeasy is Powered by Simplecast.
Today is the culmination of the Bond month: The Golden Gun Awards! See what the guys think of each of the films and what awards are passed on to each of the actors, movies, extras, music and ….. awkwardness.Beer: Lava Flow from 2Toms [LAVA FLOW (2021 Anniversary Ale) – 2Toms Brewing Co. – Untappd] The post Episode 225 – The Golden Gun Awards appeared first on DrinkIN GeekOUT.
On the 11th episode of the Bois & Bar Talk podcast in Season 4, our Drink of the Week is Double Hop Hop by Aeronaut Brewing Co. If you couldn't guess from the title, this beer is a double IPA with an ABV of 8.4%. Double Hop Hop features hazy citrus and mosaic hops out of Somerville, MA. It's also described as having flavors of cold-extracted hops steeped in Aeronaut's whirlpool following vigorous fermentation. Double Hop Hop is a wonderfully balanced beer with tropical flavor. As expected with any double IPA, we tasted to see just how well the high ABV is masked behind the fruitiness. This is our first go with Aeronaut Brewing, and it certainly did not disappoint. Definitely an addicting taste to it that we both agreed that we can stock up on. An absolute killer beer to have! Here's how we rated it. How We Rated Double Hop Hop Rob's Rating: 8.8/10 Kev's Rating: 8.6/10 We kick off the show reminding everyone to check out the website Boisandbartalk.com to check out all of our episode posts. We do show notes and ratings for every beer and every episode. Here's how the episode goes down with Double Hop Hop. What to Expect This Fall How could we describe what the first week of Fall means? Seeing people jog while you drive on a crisp morning. Seeing mist or even frost on your car with the heat on. Followed by putting the AC on by the middle of the day. Layering up your wardrobe, yet layering down as the day goes on. We both enjoy the amount of ways you can dress in Fall weather. Fairs, ciders, pumpkin stuff, and all the goods! Oh, back to the people jogging on the side of the road part. How can you not just silently root for those people hustling out there while you drive! Adjusting your Routine Mainly on Kev's side as he lands a new career. How do you set your routine throughout the day? When you have a career, how do you keep that work-life balance? Especially when it comes to staying active exercising and keeping up with your passions and hobbies (aka podcasting!). Solo Dates Have you ever tried a solo date before? Whether it would be taking yourself out to eat or a shopping trip. It could be anything, but it's a fun way just to unwind for a bit. It's also a bit of a challenge if you haven't done it before. One thing about solo dates though, is that you might be more observant of what's going on around you. Looking for more ? If you would like to support the show, take a look at our Patreon page. Also, with Patreon you can support us financially so we can at least break even on our expenses, expand faster, and keep exploring new drinks! Cheers!
Cheers to drinking beers with new friends! Greg had the opportunity to stop into Topa Topa Brewing Co. in Ventura, CA, to sit down with founder & CEO Jack Dyer. In addition to sharing some fantastic beers, they talk about turning a dream into a brewery, pivoting in a pandemic, expanding while staying local, and so much more!Jack talks about his history as a beer lover and his life before beer (hint, kids were involved). He also talks about the early days of starting a home-brew co-op, selling his beer to friends, and what ultimately led to partnering up with Brewmaster Casey Harris and stealing him away from Stone Brewing. Greg and Jack also talk about expanding while staying local, and dialing in a new production facility during a pandemic. They also talk about the focus of Topa Topa when it comes to beer production, how not to describe a beer to a brewer, and switching to an off-site business model. Finally, the two wrap things up with a round of rapid-fire questions and find out Jack's favorite word for being drunk.Jack leads us on a guided tasting of a bunch of great beers: Tie Dye in the Sky, Dos Topas lager, Caseys' Kolsch, Tux Nitro Milk Stout, Level Line Pale Ale, their Solitude Series with Waimea, Spectro Hazy IPA, and of course Chief Peak IPA.A huge thanks to Jack for his time and for sharing some amazing beer! Topa Topa Brewing Company:www.topatopa.beerwww.instagram.com/topatopabrewingcowww.twitter.com/topatopabrewco www.facebook.com/topatopabrewingcoCraft Beer Republic:www.CraftBeerRepublic.comwww.instagram.com/CraftBeerRepublicwww.facebook.com/CraftBeerRepublicPodwww.twitter.com/CraftBeerRepub(805) 538-2337
Private Press is the newest chapter in Brad Clark's brewing career. In 2005, fresh out of Siebel he co-founded Jackie O's a Pub and Brewery in Athens, Ohio, working as the brewer and rising in the job titles as the company grew from a few hundred barrels a year to more than 10,000 annually. Along the way his recipes were lauded, racked up awards, and inspired a new generation of brewers who came up behind him. And then in 2019 he announced that he was leaving. He was moving west to be closer to his partner and would be starting a smaller brewing operation – Private Press. Two years in and he's making 100 barrels of beer a year, which go to members who signed up to take a chance on his stouts and barleywines. There are only 700 spots available. No taproom. No distribution. Just him, with the occasional help, and the barrels and stainless steel. There are benefits to going small, he says, and a change of scenery and a change in life – namely fitness and mental health clarity – have led to the creation of at least one new style, the Munichwine, which his members will be able to taste next week for the first time. The beers are purposeful and are more than just a liquid. They are crafted to tell a story, and an expression of a brewer who wants to make big boozy beers for adults, not candy adjunct ales. It shows in the taste and in a career that has honored the past, but is continually looking forward. This Episode is sponsored by:BriessBriess is the leading supplier of specialty malt to craft brewers They offer the broadest product line in the industry, including a wide range of roasted malts that add flavor, color, and character to beer. Their experienced operators handcraft every batch of roasted malt to ensure the product you get is consistent. Check out BrewingwithBriess.com for beer recipes using roasted malt.NZ HopsNZ Hops, the co-operative of Master Hop Growers are a passionate collective of farms dedicated to innovation and sustainability. Leading the charge in sustainable farm practices, some NZ Hops farms have over five generations of knowledge that inform their composting program, used by growers to promote healthy regenerative growth of hops year upon year. This creates high quality soil, a critical component of healthy growing conditions. At NZ Hops, they feel that sustainability is not only being a steward for the land, but for our future. We're in it together.NovozymesThe best brewmasters are obsessed with creating a high quality, consistent product. That means reducing mash viscosity for better wort separation and increasing brewhouse efficiency. UltraFlo Max® from Novozymes helps you achieve both. It is time to Brew With Enzymes! Increase your brewhouse efficiency and achieve faster filtration today with UltraFlo Max®. Order a free sample today at www.brewingwithenzymes.com/beeredge.For more Drink Beer, Think Beer or to check out Beer Edge: The Newsletter for Beer Professionals, follow us on Twitter @thebeeredge and subscribe to our beer industry focused newsletter. There is more information, articles, and engaging content at Beer Edge. Host: John Holl Guest: Brad Clark of Private Press Brewing Sponsors: Briess, NZ Hops, Jack's Abby, and The Beer Edge Tags: Beer, Stout, Barleywine, Munich Wine Ownership, Brewing, Business, Barrels, Wood, California
Guten abend meine freunde! Heute machen wir eine reise nach deutschland. Welche Seiten werden wir sehen? wen werden wir treffen? Wird Jon das lesen können? Ich denke, wir werden es herausfinden! Anyways, for those of you that don't speak German… Well you'll never know what we said there, and for those of you that do, Moody's German is rusty and we're sure Google's help in translating was probably off, so hopefully it wasn't too ridiculous. At any rate, today on the train we are back to our creepy series, and if you're remotely intuitive, you'll already know we are heading to the great country of Germany! The country that gave us some amazing inventions like the hole punch, the mp3, the coffee filter, and everyone's favorite...Fanta...and all the other crazy and cool shit they've given the world! All of that cool stuff aside, we are looking at some other stuff that Germany is giving to the world… Creepy shit! So without further ado, let's get into it! Let's start with a cryptid legend! First up we have the Nachtkrapp. The origins of the Nachtkrapp legends are still unknown, but a connection possibly exists to rook infestations in Central Europe. Already feared due to their black feathers and NoNscavenging diet, the mass gatherings quickly became an existential threat to farmers and gave rooks and crows their place in folklore as all-devouring monsters. Several versions of the Nachtkrapp exist. In most legends, the Nachtkrapp is described as a giant, nocturnal raven-like bird. The most popular (and hideous) of the legends claim that the Nachtkrapp leaves its hiding place at night to hunt. If it is seen by little children, it will abduct them. The giant bird then flies to its nest whereby it grossly devours the child by first ripping off their limbs and then picking out their heart. There are of course, other legends, in which the Nachtkrap will merely abduct children by placing them in his bag (how he holds this bag I do not yet know) and take them 'away'. There is also the Wütender Nachtkrapp (German, lit. Angry Night Raven). Despite its name, this appears to be a tamer version of the Nachtkrapp; instead of abducting children, it simply crows loudly and flutters its wings, until the children have been terrorized into silence. Then, there is the Guter Nachtkrapp (German, lit. Good Night Raven) This scary sumbitch is a benevolent version of the Nachtkrapp. This bird enters the children's room and gently sings them to sleep. Creepy shit for sure Let's stick with cryptid legends for a second. We're gonna throw the Aufhocker in here real quick too. The word Aufhocker literally means to 'lean upon'. It is a creature that is said to jump on the back or shoulders of lone wanderers at night, its attack instilling such horror in their victims that they collapse in fright. Although some myths state that the individual collapses not from fright but because once the Aufhocker attaches to a victim it grows dramatically in size/weight. The Aufhocker statue in Hildesheim Germany has depicted the Aufhocker as a human in shape. However the actual form and nature of this mythological creature is quite unclear. Interestingly, many stories apparently describe the Aufhocker as a shapeshifter, who may appear in the guise of a dog or a sad old lady (personally the sad old lady guise would be the scariest). However, the link with the dog shape-shifter is interesting because in Belgium there is a hell hound called the Kludde, whose modus operandi is remarkably similar to the Aufhocker, in that it stalks lonely roads at night, and jumps on the back of travellers ripping their throats out. However, there are other descriptions of the Aufhocker as a type of zombie (corporal undead), or kobold (type of Germanic imp) or as some type of vampire or werewolf. According to some reports the Aufhocker is "considered to be a very dangerous theriomorph that tears the throats out of humans. The connection to attacking victims in the throat is what links the aufhocker to vampirism." (A theriomorph is: a creature (usually a deity) capable of taking the form of an animal) According to myth, the aufhocker can not be killed. However, as the Aufhocker seems to have been blended with vampirism, lycanthropy and hell-hound mythology throughout the ages, it is said that they can be driven off by prayer, church bells, dawn or profuse swearing which should be no problem for us. Ok those sound pretty crazy. Let's go visit a creepy place now. The Bärenquell Brewery East Berlin Germany The fall of the Berlin Wall impacted Germany, Europe, and the world in oh so many different ways. It changed the entire world. But it also changed the world of one of our favorite things... beer. It was known among all of the Germans that the West side made much better beer than the East side. The construction of this humongous beer factory started in 1882 when the first building was constructed, the official residence of the brewery. Over the next forty years or so ten more buildings were added on the premises around the official residence. One was the administrative building with its tower in neo-Renaissance style, built in 1888. Three years later the bottle bearing building was added to the lo, sketched up and built in the Gothic revival architectural style. Just a year afterward (1902) another neo-Gothic wing was added to it. This one would function as a barrel factory and a storage room. In 1906 the main four-stories central brewery building was constructed in the same Gothic style with a castle-like appearance. After the central building was done, business was booming, and the brewery was doing nicely. What was left was to construct the other small but necessary facilities. Like a horse stable with a water tower in 1910, and the beer bottling cellar with a loading station that was used as a smaller warehouse as well. A couple more smaller warehouse buildings were built in 1920. As time moved forward some of the machinery needed repairs and the solution was very simple. They constructed a workshop building in 1927, this time diverging from the usual Gothic style the workshop was done in the style of Expressionism. The architects behind all of the buildings were Emil Holland, Robert Buntzel, and H.O.Obrikat. Sadly today only two of them remain standing, the official residence building from 1882 and the Renaissance administrative building of the Director that was added in 1888. Under Socialist rule, the Bärenquell Brewery had operated as a state-owned Volkseigenen enterprise. During the Treuhandanstalt programme of privatizing these businesses at the end of this era, the brewery was bought in 1990 by the Henniger brewery. The last Berliner Pilsener Spezial beer was bottled on 1st of April 1994 when Bärenquell beer production was moved to Kassel. Since the beer was no longer brewed in Berlin, they changed the name from Berliner Pilsener Spezial to Original Pilsener Spezial. The brand changed hands one more time. However, Bärenquell beer ceased to be brewed in 2009. After the brewery was closed some of the buildings remained to function as rental warehouses. Others were rented for different private business and small-time production factories. After a while all of them left the premises and every single building was abandoned. The place became closed to the public but that never stopped urban explorers and graffiti artist. It was also a place where young local people hung out and ironically drank beer. The buildings days are not over and even though it is heavily damaged it just may be saved and renovated. As of 2014, Bärenquell Brauerei has a new owner, a firm that owns a chain of furniture shops has the papers for the property. The plan most likely is to open another mega furniture store on the premises. Some of the brewery's smaller buildings have already been torn down to open place for the new shopping mall structure. There's not a ton of stories about hauntings here but there are a few and that's enough for us… Because it's a brewery and fuck it we can do what we want, you don't like it… Get your own podcast. Most of the things we found about hauntings here involve creepy sounds and a few shadow people stories. People claim to hear disembodied voices late at night and many report hearing sounds like things being thrown out, dropped, and banging and clanging noises. There's also been reports from kids hanging out in the brewery at night of strange shadows and possible apparitions, but to be fair… They were most likely under the influence. Ok now that we got our obligatory alcohol reference into the episode let's see what else we can find. Well let's take a nice hike… How's that sound? We could hike through the Black Forest, that could be fun… Or could it… This forest is surrounded by castles, monasteries, and ruins. The wilderness of this site has many tales to its name, making it one of the most haunted sites in Munich. Based on local folklore, ghosts, witches, werewolves and even the devil are believed to haunt this forest. One of the more well known tales from the black Forest is that of Der Grossman! Der Großmann (der Grossman), or “The Tall Man”/ "The Great Man", is a supposed mythical creature associated with woodcuts carved by an unknown artist in 16th century Germany. Said woodcuts portrayed it as a tall, disfigured man with white spheres where his eyes should be, similar in appearance to the Slender Man. Der Großmann was commonly described as a fairy of the Black Forest who abducted bad children that entered the forest at night, and would stalk them until they confessed their wrongdoings to a parent. We found A supposedly translated account from 1702 describes an alleged incident involving Der Großmann: My child, my Lars… he is gone. Taken from his bed. The only thing that we found was a scrap of black clothing. It feels like cotton, but it is softer… thicker. Lars came into my bedroom yesterday, screaming at the top of his lungs that "The angel is outside!" I asked him what he was talking about, and he told me some nonsense fairy story about Der Großmann. He said he went into the groves by our village and found one of my cows dead, hanging from a tree. I thought nothing of it at first…But now, he is gone. We must find Lars, and my family must leave before we are killed. I am sorry, my son… I should have listened. May God forgive me. Wow… Well that's unsettling. We also found a story involving a haunted hostel in the black Forest. "When I was 12 years old I went on a school trip to the Black Forest in Germany. The hostel we were staying at seemed relatively normal to begin with but each night we were more and more convinced that there was a ghostly presence. I was in a shared dormitory with 3 of my friends. It started on the first night when I was the first to fall asleep. When I awoke the next morning they asked if I had heard someone come and stand outside our bedroom door at 1am in the morning. I was asleep so I had not heard anything, so it didn't really occur to me it was anything scary. The second night we all sat up talking and at 1am we heard someone come up the stairs and stand outside our dormitory. My friend nervously laughed and the person must have heard us because they ran down the stairs so fast it left us speechless. The third night we all went to sleep quite early hoping we would sleep past 1am, however this time we awoke to one of the girls in our dorm screaming and crying. When we turned the lamp on and calmed her down she said she had turned over and saw a man sitting on the end of my bed. After that nothing happened. We sat up each night and waited until 1am but the person never came back. The day I came back from Germany I went for a nap because I was exhausted from the long journey. My mum came into my room to get my suitcase when apparently I shot upright in bed, eyes wide open, deeply breathing. My mum said she had never seen me do anything like that before and she had to lie me back down and wait for me to go back to sleep. I have no recollection of this. Since then nothing has happened but I definitely know something traumatised us in that hostel." What else can you find in the black Forest, well let us tell you. There are stories of Water nymphs that are supposed to live in the dark depths of the Mummel Lake at the foot of Hornisgrinde at Buhl, Baden. Then there's the Legend of Fremersberg Mountain A small cloister of Franciscans had a monastery on the southern slope of Fremersberg Mountain from 1426 until 1826. It was named Kloesterle. The monks were not only concerned with the spiritual health of the people, they also concerned themselves with their earthly peace. For instance, when ghosts raising a ruckus on the mountain, raised fear and anxiety among the villagers with their rumblings, the monks caught the troublemakers, put them in sacks, and carried them to poltergeist graves, where they remain banned once and for all. So the story goes..... How about the Legends of Yberg Castle Myths of this ancient castle tell of fair ladies who appear in the night; of unusual Bowling games on the first Monday of every month and of a mysterious vault, that no one could find, filled with delicious wines. Or you could go with the Myth of the Village of Ittersbach In 1232 Herman, Margrave of Baden, gave his villages of Utilspur (today called Ittersbach) and Wolmerspur to the convent St. Gallen. As a settlement Wolmerspur disappeared, but the cause is unknown whether war, plague or famine. According to myth, at midnight during Advent a headless horseman on a white steed rides in the cemetery over the terrain of the destroyed village of Wolmerspur. Then there's The Legend of Hex Von Dasenstein In the village of Kappelrodeck (Kreis Ortenau) there is an old legend surrounding the town's namesake family. High on a hill sits Rodeck Castle that was, for centuries, the seat of this aristocratic family. Centuries ago, legend has it, that a beautiful daughter of the family fell in love with a peasant boy. Her powerful father forbid her to marry the boy. The girl ran away to the other side of the valley and took up life as a hermit in a huge outcrop of rocks in the middle of the mountainside vineyards. The outcropping was known as Dasenstein. Over the years, the townsfolk came to believe that the girl was a powerful and good witch who watched over their blessed grape crops. The local wine cooperative goes by the name, Hex von Dasenstein (Witch of Dasenstein). Its wines are renown throughout Europe and in 1982, its spatburgunder (pinot noir) was named best wine in Europe and served to President Reagan during his ill fated visit to Bitburg. The Mummelsee The Mummelsee is a 17-metre-deep (about 55ft) lake at the western mountainside of the Hornisgrinde in the Northern Black Forest of Germany. The Mummelsee has a legend of a king who lived beneath the water and dragged down women to his kingdom under the water many years ago. I mean we could go on, sometimes you get a twofer… This was like a 7fer This forest is on pretty much every list of the most haunted forests in the world, sounds like for good reason! You can find all sorts of stories from the area that will make you think twice before hanging around. It seems in our travels that religious sites are usually good for some creepiness and it's no different here. We're gonna check out the Wessobrunn Monastery. Wessobrunn Abbey (Kloster Wessobrunn) was a Benedictine monastery near Weilheim in Bavaria, Germany. According to tradition, it was founded in 753 by Duke Tassilo III, but its origins probably are associated with the important Huosi family, founders of benediktbeuern. It soon became an imperial abbey. In the 9th century, when it colonized the wastelands between the Ammer and Lech Rivers, a monk wrote the famous Wessobrunn Prayer, one of the oldest and best examples of Old High German literature. In 955 Hungarians destroyed the monastery, whose lands were ruled by provosts until 1065, when Benedictines returned from sankt emmeram in Regensburg and established a double monastery. One of the nuns, Diemud, c. 1150 excelled as a poet and calligrapher (45 MSS). Romanesque stone sculpture of the 12th–13th century discovered in Wessobrunn belongs among the German masterpieces of the period. The abbey joined the reforms of hirsau and melk (1438). In 1414 Abbot Ulrich Höhenkirchner was mitered. Under Leonhard Weiss (1671–96) began a period of glory, as Wessobrunn became a center of scholarship and baroque art with its famous school of stucco artists and painters. In the 18th century 30 monks taught at Salzburg University and at other Benedictine schools of higher learning. Wessobrunn monks compiled a Bible concordance that became a standard exegetic work. Three-fourths of the buildings, including the Romanesque church, were demolished after suppression of the abbey in 1803. Only the hostelry, with stuccoed and painted floors and halls, still stands. The grounds are owned by the archabbey of St. Ottilien; the buildings of Wessobrunn are occupied by the Missionary Benedictine Sisters of Tutzing. The monastery is also known as one of the haunted sites in Germany. Based on an event in the 12th century, a sister in the monastery went into hiding in the underground tunnel because she broke her vows. She was locked inside and reported to have died of starvation. This resulted in the tale that the sister's spirit is never at rest and still roams the areas of this monastery. Many many people have reported seeing an apparition roaming the halls and grounds. There are also many reports of people hearing a lady weeping and crying. Sticking with the religious places, let's check out Kloster Unterzell. The Kloster cell was a former convent of the Premonstratensians in Zell am Main in Würzburg in Bavaria in the diocese of Wuerzburg. A dark chapter in the history of the Unterzell Monastery is the fate of the superior Maria Renata Singer von Mossau , who was sentenced to death and executed in 1749 during the witch persecution in the Würzburg monastery. This story is where the Hauntings are believed to come from. Locals and visitors to the monastery have reported witnessing her spirit passing through the corridors of the Kloster Unterzell. They say you can also see her lurking in shadows and just outside of your field of vision but disappearing when you look. You can find some stories on different reddit type sites that'll creep you out for sure. There are tons of creepy haunted castles in Germany and most of them are pretty fucking awesome to see. We've got a few for you here! We'll start with Hohenzollern Castle. The White Lady of Hohenzollern Around 500 years ago, the prince-elector of Brandenburg, Joachim II, took a mistress called Anna Sydow after his second wife, Hedwig Jagiellon of Poland, suffered a severe injury. The injury put a great strain on his marriage and the elector grew very close to Anna, putting her up in the Jagdschloss Grunewald, a Renaissance-style castle in Berlin. Joachim grew so fond of Anna that he was even seen in public with her, which disgruntled the public. They had several children together and Joachim even bestowed the title of Countess von Arneberg on his daughter, Magdalene. The years passed and one day, Joachim made his son, Johann Georg, swear an oath to protect Anna after his death. He made his son swear the oath again a year later and, a year before his death, arranged for Magdalene to be placed in the care of Johann. Despite his promises, Johann reneged on his oath and imprisoned Anna in Spandau Citadel, almost immediately after his father died. Johann then married Magdalene to a court pension clerk. Anna remained in the prison for four years until she died. Johann continued his life as elector of Brandenburg, imposing taxes on the poor and exiling the Jewish people from Brandenburg. He thought he had seen the last of Anna Sydow, but he was wrong. Eight days before his death, Anna appeared as a ghastly apparition; the White Woman. Sightings of the White Woman have persisted since that time, particularly before the death of one of the Hohenzollern Kings of Prussia. In the mid-1800s, King Frederick William IV of Prussia, stopped by Pillnitz Castle to visit his cousins, the King and Queen of Saxony. That night, everything was still. The air was cold and crisp, and it was silent as a strange fog descended on the castle. Reports by on-duty sentries from that night tell of five ghastly spectral figures walking through the castle walls and towards the King's chambers. One figure, a White Woman, led the other four, headless men carrying a casket. Inside the casket, another man lay, a crown where his head was supposed to be. The next day, King Frederick William began to suffer from terrible symptoms, which would continue for three months. He suffered a haemorrhagic stroke which would leave him incapacitated. He remained this way for three years, until he finally died. The White Woman has all but disappeared, mainly due to the German monarchy being abolished, as the House of Hohenzollern had no more kings in its line. It is said, however, that she might appear to the forsaken few who wander around the Berlin Schloss or the Spandau Citadel. Well that is a fun story… Let's check out another! Burg Eltz is a picturesque medieval castle, tucked away in the hills in the west of Germany, between Koblenz and Trier. It is one of Germany's more famous castles and has never been destroyed or taken in battle. Since its construction, and even to this day, the castle has been owned by the Eltz family. The castle is also said to be haunted by the forlorn ghost of Agnes, daughter of a fifteenth-century earl from the noble Eltz family. Agnes' hand in marriage was promised to the squire of Braunsburg when they were both just children. Years passed and as the two passed into adulthood, their engagement day drew close. Their families arranged for them to finally meet for the first time, just days before the engagement took place. Upon meeting the young squire, Agnes was shocked at how rude and callous he was. Agnes begged her father to call off the engagement, but he refused - the marriage had been sealed years ago and had to be honoured. Negotiations concerning dowry and heritage began between the two families. In the final meeting, when everything had been agreed, the squire turned to kiss his soon-to-be bride. Agnes refused to kiss her betrothed and he responded angrily, swearing vehemently at her. Tensions rose and the squire's family were expelled from the castle. The Braunsberg squire raised his forces and laid siege. The Eltzer guards were tricked into leaving the castle and chasing an expeditionary force, allowing the squire to sneak in with his heavily armoured bodyguard one night. They began massacring the Eltzer residents, servants and the few guards that were left behind. Agnes awoke to the sound of murder and upon seeing the slaughter from the window of her tower, rushed to the castle armoury. She took her brother's ornate breastplate and sword and rushed into battle, ferociously hacking back the attackers. Her courage inspired the few remaining defenders to slowly turn the tide of the battle. The attackers seemed all but beaten until an arrow struck and pierced Agnes' armour, fatally wounding her. Upon seeing her fall, the Eltzer defenders rushed the squire, hacking him down and driving off the attackers. The castle was saved but Agnes succumbed to her wounds, her spirit forever cursed to haunt the very castle she fought to defend. And what tour of creepy castles would be complete without…. Fucking Frankenstein's castle. On a hilltop in the Odenwald mountain range, overlooking the German city of Darmstadt, are the crumbling remains of the real-life Frankenstein Castle. The stone structure has stood upon the hilltop since the mid-13th century. Some say that the castle's dark legend made its way to a young Mary Shelley, providing inspiration for her great novel. While “Frankenstein” conjures thoughts of mad scientists and lumbering monsters, the phrase is in fact a fairly normal phrase for castles in southern Germany. The term “Frank” refers to the ancient Germanic tribe, while “stein” means stone. “Frankenstein” means “Stone of the Franks.” Lord Conrad II Reiz of Breuberg constructed the castle sometime around 1250. He christened the structure Frankenstein Castle, and afterward adopted the name “von und zu Frankenstein.” As founder of the free imperial Barony of Frankenstein, Lord Conrad held power over nearby Darmstadt, Ockstadt, Nieder-Beerbach, Wetterau, and Hesse. As for the castle's dark legend, that can be traced back to alchemist Johann Conrad Dippel, who was born in the castle in 1673. It is suggested that Dippel influenced Mary Shelley's fantasy when she wrote her Frankenstein novel, though there is no mention of the castle in Shelley's journals from the time. However, it is known that in 1814, prior to writing the famous novel, Shelley took a journey on the river Rhine. She spent a few hours in the town of Gernsheim, which is located about 16 kilometres (10 miles) from the castle. Several nonfiction books on the life of Mary Shelley claim Dippel as a possible influence. Dippel created an elixir known as Dippel's Oil. Derived from pulverized animal bones, the dark, viscous oil was used as late as World War II, as a chemical warfare agent that rendered wells undrinkable without actually making the water poisonous. Rumors surrounding Dippel hold that, during his time at Frankenstein Castle, he practiced anatomy as well as alchemy, even going so far as to exhume corpses and perform medical experiments on them. There are some reports claiming that Dippel actually created a monster that was brought to life by a bolt of lightning—though it seems most likely that Shelley's tale inspired these stories, and not the other way around. Rumours about Dippel appear to be modern inventions, too. For example, he is said to have performed experiments with cadavers, in which he attempted to transfer the soul of one cadaver into another. Soul-transference with cadavers was a common experiment among alchemists at the time and was a theory that Dippel supported in his writings, thus making it possible that Dippel pursued similar objectives, but there is no direct evidence to link him to these specific acts. There is also no evidence to the rumour that he was driven out of town when word of his activities reached the ears of the townspeople — though he was often banned from countries, notably Sweden and Russia, for his controversial theological positions. He also eventually had to flee to Giessen after killing a man in a duel. An intriguing local legend tells of a Lord Georg of Frankenstein, who lived in the castle and fought a dragon that lurked at a nearby well. The legend goes that the lord was stung by the dragon's poison tail during the skirmish, and died after making his way back to the castle. The supposed tomb of Lord Georg can still be visited in the church in the nearby village of Nieder Beerbach. The forest near the castle is also home to a particularly eerie natural anomaly. Due to magnetic stone formations within the mountains, there are places near Frankenstein Castle where compasses cease to work properly. Legends say that witches used these areas for their sabbaths on Walpurgisnacht. In 2008, the SyFy show Ghost Hunters International dedicated an entire episode to Frankenstein Castle. While there, the investigators met with a Frankenstein expert and claimed that the castle held “significant paranormal activity.” Sounds were recorded in the castle's chapel and entrance tower, including a recording of what some believe was a voice speaking in Old German saying, “Arbo is here.” Also, Hidden behind the herb garden of the castle, there is a fountain of youth. Legend has it that on the first full-moon after Walpurgis Night, old women from the nearby villages had to undergo tests of courage. The one who succeeded became rejuvenated to the age she had been on the night of her wedding. It is not known if this tradition is still being practiced these days. Sounds like a fun place! This next one isn't necessarily a haunted spot but we found the story and thought it was cool. It's about a "devil's bridge". One of the most famous Devil's bridges in the world is the Steinerne Brücke (Stone Bridge) in Regensburg, Germany. The legend behind the Stone Bridge is quite the amazing tale. The story involves a race between two builders, the mentor versus his protégé. The mentor was building a cathedral while his protégé was constructing a bridge—the two of them made a bet, and the bet was to see who could finish their structure first. Eager to beat his mentor, the protégé made a deal with the Devil. In this pact, the Devil would receive the first three souls to cross the bridge. With the Devil's help the protégé won the bet. Filled with regret, the protégé guarded the bridge, refusing to let anyone cross. He was later visited by his mentor who was concerned by his behavior. The protégé broke down and confessed to his mentor of the deal he made with the Devil. The mentor came to the young man's aid, sending a rooster, a hen and a dog over the bridge. The Devil was so enraged that he was tricked by the cunning mentor, he attempted to destroy the bridge, but it was too strong to be ruined. However, the Devil's attempt did leave a bump in the middle of the bridge that is still there to this day. Awesome story. Next up we headed back to school… Wait no fuck that. We'll just talk about a school haunted by… Well.. Nazis of course. Bitburg school is no ordinary school. It's an American school for children of service members. The school is also taught by military servicemen, which means that people who see ghosts here have military connections. Back before Bitburg became a United States military base, it was a Nazi military zone. In the interwar years, Bitburg, like most of the Eifel region, was impoverished and comparatively backward. Economic growth began after the Nazi Seizure of Power and the Nazi regime's introduction of employment-boosting public works projects, including infrastructure for war, particularly the Westwall; new armed forces barracks; and the development of the Kyll Valley railway. It is said that the building now used as the post office at Bitburg Annex (what is left of Bitburg Air Base) was the headquarters for Adolf Hitler when he was in the city. In late December 1944, Bitburg was 85 percent destroyed by Allied bombing attacks, and later officially designated by the U.S. military as a "dead city." Subsequently, the town was occupied by Luxembourg soldiers, who were replaced by French forces in 1955. As you can imagine… Some pretty fucked up things probably went on in the area which would most likely lead to some crazy hauntings. Most of them seem to be focused at the bitburg middle school. There are many reports from reputable military individuals about the strange goings on at the school. Many people have their lights flickering on and off throughout the school. It's apparently a pretty common occurrence. People also report that at night the sounds of people screaming at the top of their lungs can be heard. Are these the voices of people that were tortured or killed in the area? There are a few stories about people seeing shadows and apparitions as well. Damn maybe we would have actually liked going to school if our school was like this! Lastly for this episode we're gonna visit Osnabrück Hünenbetten. This place used to be a major pagan temple and gravesite. When Charlemagne set out on a tirade to convert the inhabitants of the region to Christianity, a bloody massacre took place here. Now massacres, as we all know, are not a pleasant thing and this one led to the deaths of many pagan priests. The troops destroyed the largest altar stone to prove the supremacy of the Christian God over paganism. So it's no surprise that there are some crazy tales that come from this place. Take for instance the stories of how people see bloodstains appear on the rocks at the site, especially on the winter and summer equinox. There are reports of poltergeist activity as well. It's also said that on quiet nights you can hear the screens of the people who were massacred. There's also reports of strange lights and orbs being seen at the site as well. Okay, meine Freunde, das ist alles, was wir für diese Episode haben. wir hoffen, euch hat unsere Zugfahrt im gruseligen Deutschland gefallen. 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