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Peated malt is a unique ingredient that's known to impart beer with pungent smoke character when used in small amounts. Contributor Andy Carter joins Marshall on this episode to talk about brewing with peated malt as well as the results of an interesting xBmt on the topic. The Brülosophy Podcast is brought to you by Imperial Yeast who provide brewers with the most viable and fresh yeast on the market. Learn more about what Imperial Yeast has to offer at ImperialYeast.com today. | Relevant Article | Impact Peated Malt Has On American Porter xBmt
The ILB Team goes back to the virtual world to welcome Matthew Steinberg, Co-founder/Head Brewer and Kelsey Roth, General Manager from Exhibit "A" Brewing in Framingham, Massachusetts who were kind enough to send the team some excellent beers to taste as they share their origin story about the brewery.
Silver Bluff Brewing is passionate about Mexican Lager Jeff Coyle loves Mexican lagers. So much so that he wrote a detailed article to help others understand the style. If you think Corona when you think of Mexican beers, you should definitely read the article. But first, make sure to listen to our interview with Jeff and his brother Kevin Coyle. The duo are part of the team behind Silver Bluff Brewing Co. Their Mexican lager is a hybrid of sorts. Riding the line between the Clara (Corona) and another traditional Mexican style, the Vienna Lager. Right, Vienna Lager, traditional Mexican beer. Seriously. Locals went crazy for their take on this refreshing brew and it's their top selling beer now. If you're looking for something else they've got plenty of other beers on tap. As we talked they had just brewed a Dry Irish Stout to get ready for St. Patrick's Day, making us realize the holiday is closer than we realized. The Brothers Coyle love their community almost as much as they love beer and making a place where people could gather over a well-made, approachable pint is something their most excited about at Silver Bluff. If the beer and beer garden don't reel you in maybe the coastal scenery of Georgia's Golden Isles will. Maybe both? For now, their beer is distributed in a fairly small area but they are making more beer and hope to expand even further soon. Silver Bluff Brewing Co. 1325 Newcastle Street Brunswick, GA 31520 The Beer List Silver Bluff Brewing Piercing Point Juicy Pale Ale Silver Bluff Brewing Holiday IPA with juniper berries Highland Brewing Cold Mountain Super Spice Iron Hill Brewery Dystopias | Imperial Stout aged in Sam Adams Utopias barrels
Spoiler Alert we taking on episode three of the Book of Boba Fett this week and we got quotes for days as we deep dive back to 1994 with the comedy genius that is Airheads. Along the way we've got beers from, Oskar Blues, Burlington Beer Company, Wildeast Brewing, Tivoli Brewing, Slacktide Brewing & Tuckahoe Brewing. Sit back, relax, crack open a cold one and enjoy! Cheers Y'all, Have a great weekend! Stay Connected!!! https://www.instagram.com/jewels2pointoh The Airey Bros. IG @aireybros / https://www.instagram.com/aireybros/ https://www.blacksheependurance.com/podcast Premium Content : AB/DC Programming / B-Role & Mix Tapes / Accountability Coaching https://www.patreon.com/AireyBros Value for Value https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=BHCAKFGH6TNF2 Alt Media United ://: https://altmediaunited.com/ Actual Activist ://: http://actualactivists.com/
Nestled amidst the Adirondacks in Glens Falls, New York, Common Roots Brewing is not far from Gore Mountain, Whiteface Mountain and the local West Mountain. Therefore, it is no surprise that many traveling through the area make their brewery a stop on their way. Whether it's apres ski from nearby West Mountain or picking up a haul for a trip to larger Gore or Whiteface, their beers like their ski-themed Gondola Session are some of the best around. Join us on this Gondola Session as we sit down with owner Christian Weber and Rich Wilson, Director or Retail Operations for some Type 2 Fun. This episode is sponsored by Flylow https://flylowgear.com/ and Visit Park City https://www.visitparkcity.com/. If you are looking for some amazing ski and snowboard gear or thinking of visiting Winter's Favorite Town please pay them a visit and be sure to tell them that Rich and Halley from Beyond the Apres sent you. Don't forget to leave us a review where ever you listen to your podcasts. It helps us continue to book amazing guests for your listening please. For exclusive content, follow us on Instagram @beyondtheapres. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/beyondtheapres/message
Check out the latest episode of the Grad School Femtoring Podcast which covers the topic of financial literacy for first-generation college students. This episode features Ana and Jeremy who are a first-gen married couple on the path to financial independence and who are committed to spreading their knowledge of financial education among BIPOC and mixed immigration status communities. In this episode you'll learn all about: -their experiences migrating from Mexico to California as children -their college and grad school journeys in areas of counseling, engineering, and more -strategies for paying for your undergraduate education -quick and efficient ways to get started investing -how our parents pass on their knowledge and views about money to us -how to take advantage of financial education resources available To connect with them, you can follow them on Instagram @brewingdinero NEW! Join my exclusive community on Patreon to support the show: https://www.patreon.com/gradschoolfemtoring Want to gain access to my weekly tips, advice, freebies, and offerings? Then sign up for my email newsletter here: https://creative-trailblazer-5062.ck.page/8113780a06 Are you interested in applying to grad school? Then, sign up for Dra. Yvette's online grad application course that walks you through the step by step process to apply: https://gradschoolfemtoring.thinkific.com/courses/gradappsdemystified Want to be a guest on the show, fill out this form: https://forms.gle/Q5rVZsX9E93bwubAA Lastly, don't forget to send in your questions and topic suggestions here: https://forms.gle/SJqeH1uaXSEReCnx5 For this and more, go to: https://gradschoolfemtoring.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/gradschoolfemtoring/message
After chatting about this brewery in a few recent episodes, we sit down with Lauren Hughes, Head Brewer at Necromancer Brewing in Pittsburgh. We discuss the inspiration behind the brewery, opening during COVID, their mission to revive forgotten beer styles, Lauren's journey to the brewery, and more. In Happy Fun Time, we play a round of There's Weird in My Beer. And we drink a few tasty bevs, but it was a Monday so not too many. Do you love Beer Busters? Of course you do! Why not leave us a rating and review on your podcast platform of choice and consider supporting us on Patreon.
Hello, Pittsburgh. I'm excited to introduce a brand-new season for you – and it's jam-packed with unique episodes and bonus content. Season 8 has been an incredible one for me to record and produce, and I can't wait to share the full episodes with you.I had the great honor and privilege of interviewing attorney, Edgar Snyder - a person that I admire for the firm he has built, the trail he has blazed, and the philanthropic work he has done in Pittsburgh. I've been watching Edgar Snyder on TV since I was a kid, and I'm sure many of you have as well. I know everyone in Pittsburgh knows who Edgar is, but you may not know his personal journey and what he had to go through in order to build his firm. He shares that story plus a whole lot more in his candid interview with me for the podcast.Just before the holidays, I recorded my first “live audience” podcast with Corry Smith, owner of CorEats. We held the event at Café Conmigo in Wexford. Corry is a thoughtful and energetic business owner with a tremendous origin story, and I had a wonderful time interviewing her for the show. You'll definitely want to make sure that you catch this debut “live” episode.It was a real pleasure to have some prior guests come back onto the program for a group discussion, which is a new format that I decided to try for this season. The first group includes Matt Marietti, owner of de Fer Coffee & Tea, Fiore Moletz, co-owner of Burgh'ers Brewing, and John Vella, owner of The John Vella Salon. And the second session features Kristen Ricupero, owner of Financial Fitness Coaching, Wendy Gilch, owner of SellingLater.com, and Jessie Tait, owner of Enspra. In these small business roundtable discussions, we cover the latest developments in their businesses, what's happened since they were last on the show, dealing with the constantly evolving covid situation, and a variety of other business topics and ideas.In addition to all of this, I was recently a guest on the “Evolution of Brand” podcast, which is a new show created, produced, and hosted by Jason Cercone. In our conversation, we talked a lot about podcasting, marketing, and creating a niche for your content and business. I plan to drop this interview as a bonus in the feed. So, if you've been curious to know more about my reasons for creating the Proprietors of Pittsburgh Podcast and some of the strategy behind it, then you'll want to check this one out.I'd like to thank all of you for helping this podcast experience incredible growth in 2021, and I can't wait to see where things go in 2022. I know we're starting off right with this blockbuster season.If you have ideas for the podcast, know someone that would be an excellent guest, or if you just want to share some feedback, please reach out to me at my contact info below. The purpose of this podcast is to share ideas, inspire action, and build a stronger small business community here in Pittsburgh. So please say hello, tell me what you think, and let me know how I'm doing. It means a ton!YOU CAN REACH ME AT:Website: https://www.proprietorsofpittsburgh.comInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/proprietorsofpittsburghpodcastFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/proprietorsofpittsburghpodcastLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/darinvilanoPhone: 412-336-8247
Matt sits down with Take Two founder Jerek Lovey. Take Two makes plant-based barely milk with a huge emphasis on sustainability using upcycled spent grain as a key component in their tasty game-changing dairy-free milk. Take Two is changing the game for plant-based milk on seemingly all fronts. To start, their dedication to sustainability is unparalleled to the point of them helping to repurpose thousands upon thousands of spent grain that otherwise would go to waste. On the nutrition front, their barely milk is so much more nutrient-dense than your typical plant-based milk but, most importantly the taste and texture of Take Two is amazing. It really all comes down to barely as the x-factor to fixing the classic problems of plant-based milk while helping offer a better more sustainable solution. So, how just how does one start a plant-based milk company let alone pioneer a new and progressive upcycling technique. In this episode of Built On Passion, Jerek Lovey shares the story of how he started a plant-based milk brand from the ground up, how barely is a game-changing grain of the future, what it took to build out their upcycling process, and the ‘How' and ‘Why' behind Take Two.
When I approached my pals at Tombstone Brewing about doing a beer together they quickly said yes. Like REAL quick. And now it all makes sense! What an elaborate prank just to prove that I CAN like Strata hops! Join in as I sit down with Weedy and Rob from Tombstone to talk about all the exciting stuff going on with the brewery. We also talk about Weedy's mission to make me like Strata hops which includes an all-Strata hazy IPA called Spam Risk. Enjoy the show!
When working in beer or being around it for so long burnout is bound to happen. The guys discuss when they don't want to drink beer or even be around it. This episode is brought to you by Liquid Death. Follow United We Drink on their social media channels. Twitter Instagram Facebook
Today on the Mike Missanelli Show Mike started to recap the season ending press conference with Howie Roseman and Nick Sirianni. A lot of questions came out of that press conference, from coaches, to draft picks and even the quarterback. (00:00-17:00) Mike goes to the phones for your calls and for General Knowledge Wednesday (17:00-43:32) We replayed excerpts from the Roseman / Sirianni press conference (43:32-57:33) What's Brewing with Jen brings us three interesting stories from around the world (1:17:06-1:23:48) Tim McManus checks in for his final Midweek Report (1:49:07-1:59:35) The rest of the show was your calls. (1:59:35-2:42:46) Then Sound Off to finish things out (2:42:46-2:47:41)
Rabobank beverage analyst Bourcard Nesin joins the Brewbound Podcast to discuss his report breaking down e-commerce alcohol sales in 2021 and the opportunities that await brewers in the space and tips for how to succeed.
store.commandersocial.com You can find us on Twitter Ryan - @greenegeek Zack - @z4ck38 Together - @commandersocial https://store.mothershipatx.com SOCIALSHIP - free shipping on orders of $50 or more SOCIAL10 - 10% off in stock MTG singles https://discord.gg/MMXQJqf Thursday nights come play at mothership! Our LGS has setup an online store! Ep 125 Community Spotlight: @MtgProphet - 3:48, 26:49, 39:00 @dpkrausejr - 3:48 @MothershipGames - 7:10 @Card_Kingdom - 15:05 @MTGMoo - 26:01 @moxfieldmtg - 55:25 Main Topic - Sythis, Harvest's Hand Disclaimer: There should def be something here. Shout out to the listeners who helped me on twitter! Read Sythis, Harvest's Hand https://www.moxfield.com/decks/VXLjVoi1hUinQUqtMhItmQ About I've always wanted to make an enchantment deck, as enchantments are one of my favorite types of cards. I've tried in the past and the result has always been meh. I also have never built a g/w deck before and wanted to start the new year with a new color combination. Green without the ramp? Abundant Growth Fertile Ground Gift of Paradise Overgrowth Sanctum Weaver Karametra, God of Harvests Smothering Tithe Enchanting Enchantresses Argothian Enchantress Femeref Enchantress Mesa Enchantress Verduran Enchantress Eidolon of Blossoms Enchantress's Presence Synergistic Removal that Synergizes Kenrith's Transformation Soul Snare Darksteel Mutation Lignify Seal of Primordium Banishing Light Enchantments that make you say, “PAWGERS!!!” Blind Obedience Mirari's Wake Aura Shards City of Solitude Ghostly Prison Aurification Court of Grace Teleportation Circle Holistic Wisdom Fountain Watch Recursion, AKA Getting the Band Back Together Hall of Heliod's Generosity Auramancer Eternal Witness Win conditions? Starfield of Nyx Flickering Ward / Whip Silk / Broken Fall Sigil of the Empty Throne Mirari's Wake pumps these Skullclamp can draw cards Siona, Captain of the Pyleas / Shielded by Faith What Ryan's Heart Wants Cloud Key Open the Vaults Endless Wurm Sphere of Safety Satyr Enchanter Solitary Confinement Heliod's Pilgrim Brewing on a budget - Cuts Argothian Enchantress Endurance Dryad of the Ilysian Grove Force of Vigor Enlightened Tutor Idyllic Tutor Smothering Tithe City of Solitude Summary What do you think of this deck? Does it sound as enchanting to you as it does to us? Did we miss any cards? Let us know! Wrap it up Keep it Social! Komiku - Battle of Pogs https://creativecommons.org/publicdomain/zero/1.0/ Zack Gets it Together Theme Title - Trap Sport By - jorikbasov https://pixabay.com/music/future-bass-trap-sport-4348/ Commander Social Theme Consider becoming a Patron: https://www.patreon.com/commandersocial You can check us out at commandersocial.com YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/CommanderSocial You can email us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/commandersocial On twitter @commandersocial twitch.tv/greenegeek Ryan individually @greenegeek Zack individually @z4ck38 Contact Info © Copyright 2022 Leaky Dinghy, LLC
For a brewery less than a decade old, it's been a hell of a ride for Trillium in Massachusetts. Starting in a small cramped space near Boston's waterfront, to now boasting a growing roster of locations including restaurants and a farm, the brewery has been celebrated and scrutinized but always focused. This is most apparent in the beers themselves. Sure, there are hazy IPAs and big imperial stouts but also beers that celebrate agriculture, or play with ingredients like wine grapes and honey. So that he did a spontaneous blend, in the Belgian tradition shouldn't be a surprise. That they are elegant and fun to drink shouldn't be a surprise either. These beers, as all of the growth, is deliberate and is a push towards a goal that has been coming more and more into focus over the years. Beers aside, J.C. Tetreault who founded the brewery with his wife Ester, has also been trying to build a better beer community and culture, even recently hosting a symposium on best practices to eliminate the sexist undertones and overtones that have been in and around the beer space. On this episode he talks about all of that and more. 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.Athletic Brewing Co.Athletic Brewing Company's innovative process allows them to brew great-tastingcraft beer without the alcohol. From IPAs to stouts to golden ales and more, they offer a full selection of beers starting at only 50 calories. Now you can keep your head clear and enjoy the refreshing taste of beer anytime, anywhere. Place an order today atathleticbrewing.com and get free shipping on two six packs or more. New customerscan also get 10% off their entire order with code BeerEdge10. Limit one per customer.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: J.C. Tetreault Sponsors: NZ Hops, Athletic Brewing, and The Beer Edge Tags: Beer, Bars, COVID-19, Florida, Belgium, Food, Culinary Beers, Special Ingredients
Troy Hinke of Living Roots Compost Tea wraps up the tenth part of the series going beyond compost tea. How can you build and maintain great soil with other soil management practices. Follow Troy on IG: https://www.instagram.com/livingrootscomposttea/ This episode was produced by Diego Footer. Follow Diego on IG https://instagram.com/diegofooter Podcasts by Diego Footer: Microgreens: https://apple.co/2m1QXmW Vegetable Farming: https://apple.co/2lCuv3m Livestock Farming: https://apple.co/2m75EVG Large Scale Farming: https://apple.co/2kxj39i In Search of Soil: http://bit.ly/soilpodcast Small Farm Tools https://www.paperpot.co/
Denver's Our Mutual Friend (https://www.buyomfbeer.com) might be better known in brewing circles for their commitment to mixed-culture beers, but ask head brewer Jan Chodkowski, and he'll admit to being a hophead. It's no surprise, then, that the case of “palmares” on the brewery wall showcasing their GABF, World Beer Cup, and Craft Beer & Brewing awards is evenly split between funky farmhouse takes such as Saison Trystero and hoppy beers such as Inner Light, their Australian-style pale ale. However, their interest in experimentation doesn't end there, and they've found an enduring customer base that goes along for the ride as they regularly play in polarizing styles such as smoked beer. In this episode, Chodkowski discusses how they “toss customers into the deep end” with brash but deeply respectful takes on the farmhouse oeuvre from Northern Norway (such as their recent Stjørdalsøl dark smoked beer), a vast array of beers made with a variety of different mixed cultures, and a commitment to ingredient sourcing that informs everything they make. Chodkowski specifically addresses: Using alder wood to custom-kiln and smoke malt Mixing smoked malts for depth in smoked beer The impact of malt more than yeast in smoked farmhouse beer Shifting to pils malt to let hops shine Dry hopping just before terminal for brightness and polish Evaluating and adjusting beers as regular practice Fermenting colder with Chico yeast Using various Brett strains to build layers of flavor Using multiple commercial mixed-culture pitches for diverse blending stock, rather than a house culture Using aged hops in farmhouse beers And more. *This episode is brought to you by: * G&D Chillers (https://gdchillers.com): For nearly 30 years, G&D Chillers has set the mark for quality equipment you can rely on. G&D stands above the rest as the only chiller manufacturer that engineers your glycol piping for free. 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Bierly Brewing's JP Bierly joins Cade in the lab for a second week to discuss brewing with gluten-free specialty grains. The Brü Lab is brought to you by Imperial Yeast who provide brewers with the most viable and fresh yeast on the market. Learn more about what Imperial Yeast has to offer at ImperialYeast.com today. | Read More | Bierly Brewing Gluten-Free Homebrewing Zero Tolerance Gluten-Free Homebrewing on Facebook
Turn the clock back a few decades and join us in Eastwick, New Jersey where three teenagers struggle to figure out why their town is always so strange - and where all these kids from their school have gone... This Side Quest was selected by our Patreon Backers!
Host Ben Rice travels to Campus Brewing in West Sacramento to complete his 2021 recap/2022 preview episode with his Barley & Me Presents: Leonard Malting co-hosts Corky McDonnell (Dare Daniel Podcast) and Paulina Olivares (Pink Boots Society/Drake's). Alas, by the time you hear this, Campus will be no more, as the cards were stacked against it. And that's kinda the vibe here, as we all brought a beer that was at least one year old, starting strong with Corky's pick of Great Divide Barrel Aged Yeti, sliding back to reality with one of COVID's early victims, San Leandro's Cleophus Quealy's barrel aged farmhouse ale Dark Horse, then ruining the reality of love with Paulina's pick, a Pliny the Younger TIPA bottled on 2/14/2020. From the best of bestiality (jokes) to the secret joys of colonoscopies, this episode shines a light on the absurdity that has been our past two years, with a sarcastic and, sadly, dejected eye on 2022. Oh, and we have two secret additional beers you need to tune in to find out about, because we've learned at least one thing from this experience. So sit back, relax, and accept the absolute clusterfuck that is episode 159 of Barley & Me. Enjoy!Alas, by the time this airs, Campus Brewing will be no more, but find David Weiss and Peter Halldorf on social media to see what they're up to next.Corky McDonnell can be found on the Dare Daniel Podcast (@daredanielpod) or on his new furniture restoration project @lemonade_furniture)Paulina Olivares is a goddamn delight - find her IG @holapaulinaBarley & Me can be found across social media @barleyandmepod. Email questions/comments/concerns/guest ideas/brewery ideas to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.orgBarley & Me is also accepting stories about the change (or lack thereof) in the beer industry since @ratmagnet's story went viral over 6 months ago - submit anonymously at https://forms.gle/2QNebCn7NHHjsEbg6You can also support change in diversity, equality, and inclusion in the craft alcohol industry via www.bravenoisebeer.comAnd be sure to learn more about the Black Is Beautiful Initiative, as featured in Episode 129 with Marcus Baskerville of Weathered Souls Brewing, at www.blackisbeautiful.beerGet your merch or make donations at www.customink.com/fundraising/black-is-beautiful-initiativeAlso, during this crisis, 100% of profits from sales of Barley & Me shirts via Zen-Threads.com will go to Another Round, Another Rally, a charity that supports front- and back-of-house members of the service industry whose wages and benefits may be affected. So grab a shirt and help a good cause and people you love! https://zen-threads.com/collections/beer-wine/products/barley-and-me-podcast-mens-crew-tee?fbclid=IwAR1G_5HJ3NCoWTRgmG6Q2PVALEiJsb1KtHClCaDli0NhsjZsc4KPmWCp_osBen is also posting #Chugs4Charity videos semi-daily on Instagram (@barleyandmepod), to help raise funds for those affected by this shutdown. You can Venmo Ben ($comedianbenrice) or hit his PayPal (@barleyandmepod) and all money will go to support the NAACP, ACLU, Black Lives Matter, and other civil rights helpers. Charities will change with the times and as emergencies arise. But the point is: all donations will go to help those who need it.Intro Music: “Functional Alcoholism” by Be Brave Bold Robot (@bebraveboldrobot)Interstitial Music: "JamRoc" by Breez (@breeztheartist)Logo by Jessica DiMesio (@alchemistqueen)
Who's ready for some hot, flat beer? For most breweries a review saying a beer was "hot and flat" would be an insult. Not so much for Primitive Beer. If you attended their recent Hot Bierfest in Colorado then you had a choice of a few beers to try, with one being flat ("still" sounds better, let's go with that) and... hot. Glühbier, literally "mulled beer", is served like a mulled wine or cider. Warmed with cinnamon, honey, and spices If you're not feeling spicy then maybe go for a mug of beer you take out by the fire and have a red hot poker plunged in it. You want unique beer? You got it. Brandon and Lisa Boldt aren't all about hot beer. Their "beer blendery" offers a great variety of spontaneously fermented brews. Some aged in spirit barrels or blended with fruit, and even some served still in a bag-in-box container. Even if some of their methods aren't trendy with the masses they know a thing or two about great beer. We're big fans after sampling their Circular Logic, Willfully Obtuse (still/uncarbonated), and Back in Vogue. Primitive Beer practices spontaneous fermentation for all of their beers. The results are somewhat unpredictable, although you can increase the chance of success with a bit of knowledge and practice. The real magic comes in the blending where they can create the exact profiles they are looking for. You won't find a hazy IPA or pastry stout from Primitive Beer, but if you're looking for some unique and complex beers they've got you covered. Primitive Beer 2025 Ionosphere St. Longmont, CO 80504 primitive.beer
This week on Fresh Hop Cinema: Featured Brewery: The Brewing Projekt (Eau Claire, WI) Beer 1: "Puff Tart; Strawhubarb.". Style: Smoothie Sour. ABV: 5.1% Ratings: Jonny - 7.5, Max - 7. Film: "The Power of the Dog" directed by Jane Campion. Ratings: Jonny - 7.2, Max - 8. Beer 2: "Puff Tart XL." Style: Smoothie Sour ABV: 9% Ratings: Jonny - 5.8 Max: 8. Inside Hot & Bothered: Max: "Don't Look Up" (2021) [Review] // Sheep Men in Reno Jonny: The Sci-Fi and Fantasy Tangent of the Year ------ Episode Timeline: // 0:00 - Intro , Ads, & Shoutouts // 3:18 - "Strawhubarb" // 15:00 - "The Power of the Dog" (No Spoilers) // 33:49 - "The Power of the Dog" (DANGER ZONE) // 46:47 - "Puff Tart XL" // 57:54 - Hot & Bothered Please leave us a rating and/or review on Apple Podcasts, or wherever you get your podcasts! Got a few bucks to spare? Support us on Patreon for as little as a dollar per week at www.patreon.com/freshhopcinema.
The idea of another American Civil War might seem outlandish. But as the country diversifies, it's grown more polarized. Today, Americans can't even agree on who won the 2020 election or whether masks prevent the spread of COVID. Researchers say it's not out of the question for these political tensions to boil over. This episode: White House correspondent Asma Khalid, White House correspondent Tamara Keith, and senior editor and correspondent Ron Elving. Connect:Email the show at email@example.comJoin the NPR Politics Podcast Facebook Group.Subscribe to the NPR Politics Newsletter.Find and support your local public radio station.
Midway through Dry January, three craft brewers discuss their new non-alcoholic offerings and why these new products make sense both this month and the rest of the year. Deschutes' Veronica Vega, AleSmith's Brandon Richards and Notch's Chris Lohring join the Brewbound team to talk about their N/A beers and the development behind them.
Troy Hinke of Living Roots Compost Tea talks about what compost extract is. How to make it. How it is different from compost tea. Follow Troy on IG: https://www.instagram.com/livingrootscomposttea/ This episode was produced by Diego Footer. Follow Diego on IG https://instagram.com/diegofooter Podcasts by Diego Footer: Microgreens: https://apple.co/2m1QXmW Vegetable Farming: https://apple.co/2lCuv3m Livestock Farming: https://apple.co/2m75EVG Large Scale Farming: https://apple.co/2kxj39i In Search of Soil: http://bit.ly/soilpodcast Small Farm Tools https://www.paperpot.co/
Ever drink so much that you decided to take a trip to Gary, Indiana? Neither did we.Flex and Greg are joined by special guest, and Indiana native, Zack Miller. We talk about Zack's time in the craft beer industry, the weird alcohol laws in Indiana, the best IPAs in America, and PBR's tweeting fiasco.Greg kicks off the beer research with Fantastic, an IPA from Societe Brewing & Beachwood Brewing. Zack is sipping on Blackberry Double Marbles, a milkshake IPA from More Brewing Company in Huntley, IL.Zack got in touch with us after we spent a few minutes talking about how much we don't appreciate Indiana back on Batch 285. Not only is he an Indiana native, but he also works for a craft beer distributor and knows his way around the craft scene. He sets Flex straight on the good parts of IN and fills us in on some super weird alcohol laws.The homie Chew Your Beer calls and drops a fresh voicemail on us. We found out the best-rated American IPAs in 2021; did it make Flex angry?The sale of Bell's Brewing is official; welcome to the dark side. Pabst Blue Ribbon drops some very lively tweets comparing Dry January to licking certain body parts. Kings & Convicts have acquired the old Sant Archer taproom. It turns out that SweetWater and Tilray didn't have to pay all that much for Green Flash and Alpine Beer. And Troy Aikman is dropping his own lager with a super creative name.Zack:www.instagram.com/og_beer_dude Flexy: www.instagram.com/flex_me_a_beer Craft Beer Republic: www.CraftBeerRepublic.com www.instagram.com/CraftBeerRepublic www.facebook.com/CraftBeerRepublicPod www.twitter.com/CraftBeerRepub (805) 538-2337 Use promo code UNFILTERED on Tavour.
This week's Misfit Entrepreneur is Josh Landon. You may not have heard of Josh and his holding company, Wings and Arrow. But you've certainly heard of his products such as Ashland Hard Seltzer, Voyage Hard Lemonade, and several others. Josh is a serial entrepreneur. He sold his first business, St. Archer, to Coors for over $100 million and built Wings & Arrow's portfolio to millions in revenue from the ground up. In fact, he was given a hefty offer from Anheuser-Busch after only 11 months of building Ashland Hard Seltzer, but he decided to hold on and keep growing the brand. Through it all, Josh hasn't compromised his passion for his craft and mission to create unparalleled products for customers. I'm excited to unpack his journey and his lessons lessons learned on the way. www.AshlandHardSeltzer.com www.VillagerSpirits.com Josh took an unconventional path to becoming an entrepreneur. He started out as a filmmaker and still is. He still does all the film for the brands. He was documentary filmmaker making surf films. He won a number of film festivals and was a working filmmaker. How did you go from film making to building St. Archer and selling it? As with any business, it started with an idea. Josh was on surf trip in Puerto Rico with some of his surf buddies and a Tequila brand approached them about investing in the business and being an ambassador. He didn't think it was a good idea and thought a better idea was to do it with craft beer because of its popularity. That's when the lightbulb went off the produce a beer that is part of the surf/skate lifestyle that has come from them. There was never an authentic brand from the people that made up the pro-surfers, snowboarders, skaters, etc. He decided to do it and worked with many of the greats in the industry that could be ambassadors. But he knew nothing about the business or brewing beer. He knew he could build a brand and that is what he set out to do. He didn't go to college or have a degree. He didn't even know what a capital raise was. He bootstrapped and did it and figured it out and focused on what was in his control. What are you doing different from your experience with St. Archer with Ashland? Anything you learned that made it easier? He sold St. Archer to take the brand national, but it was also to see how he would move on and what could come next after getting the financial windfall. He could have stayed at St. Archer/Coors, but he realized that he was motivated by more than the job and security of the money – he was an entrepreneur. He is driven to complete at the highest level with his businesses and knew that he could not do that at Coors. At the 13 min mark, Josh talks about the life of the entrepreneur and putting his family through everything over the years. You've raised $50+ million with no venture money and giving up big chunks of the business? Raising money comes down to an ability that is not really a learned trade. You have to authentically tell the story/vision of the brand/company you are creating, and people buy into it. There is no step by step to raise money. A lot of it is personality, but also circumstance. At the 17 min mark, Josh talks about when he made the decision to go all in on St. Archer and move from Ventura to San Diego with his family. He had nothing and had to win and that was part of the story and why people invested. He was all in and had to make it happen. What have you learned about building a successful brand and community? With St. Archer, he created the brand that he wanted to see and be a part of. What has worked is having celebrities as investors, but active in the company and brand. They don't just buy in and go away. If he is going to have them invest in it, then they need to be a part of it. Build a brand that people want to be a part of…if he likes it, he wife, and his friends/business partners – then it is a go. Beware of overanalyzing. Create the brand you want, articulate the vision, and pour yourself into it. Then, hire the best and allow them to go what they do best in building and sharing the brand and company. Focus on what you do well and don't do what you suck at! How do you market and sell it once you've built the brand? That is where the talent comes in. Get experience in this area. Josh describes the beer business and how it works to make sales. It's great to listen. You need to know your customer. You need to know where they are. You need to be there when they are ready. The majority of the money is spent on sales folks and get the brand in stores. Did anything from your time as a filmmaker cross over to help you as an entrepreneur? As an independent filmmaker, you are doing everything. It is entrepreneurial. You have to figure it out from scratch and then have to make it, produce, get into distribution and get people to see it. Each film is its own brand and business in essence. What has surprised you most on your entrepreneur journey to date? How hard it is. Not just the work, but emotional challenge. You have to deal with everything and constantly be “on.” It is a different type of pressure. It is tough to keep your personality in the middle. Best Quote: Create the brand you want to see and be a part of... Josh's Misfit 3: Straight hard work…especially when you don't want to. Humility. No matter how successful you get, keep yourself in check. Nothing ruins businesses more than ego. Self-care. Take time for yourself and take care of yourself mentally and physically. You must perform at the highest level. Show Sponsors: Shopify (Get a 14-day FREE trial) www.Shopify.com/misfit (all lowercase) Five Minute Journal www.MisfitEntrepreneur.com/Journal
The CPG Guys, Sri & PVSB, are joined in this episode by Will Yen, Director of National Accounts eCommerce at Pabst Brewing Company, a treasured protfolio of iconic American beer brands including Pabst Blue Ribbon, Jack Daniel's Country Cocktails, and others such as Lone Star, Rainier, Schlitz, Old Style, National Bohemian, Stag, Stroh's, and Old Milwaukee. Follow Will Yen on LinkedIn at: https://www.linkedin.com/in/will-yen/ Follow Pabst Brewing Company on LinkedIn at: https://www.linkedin.com/company/pabst-brewing-company/Follow Pabst Brewing Company online at: https://pabst.com/ Will answers these questions:1) What do you see as being the core objectives and supporting activities that Pabst Brewing plays in servicing the national accounts in your portfolio? How do you establish yourself as a trusted and valued partner? 2) How you manage SEO for the accounts in your portfolio? What are the imperatives you are focusing on to win search on the digital shelf and do you see changes occurring in how alcohol brands are able to engage consumers through your retail network?3) Would you please break down for our audience what Group Buying is all about and is this something that might work here in the USA and even in the alcohol category? How might this work?4) You deal with some boutique brands with limited HH penetration. For traditional food & beverage goods, sampling is an effective trial mechanism. How do you see this being extended from alcohol brands like the ones in the Pabst portfolio?5) Amazon has been extremely successful in building consumables business through its subscription solution. Can this work for alcohol? How?6) Please bring out your crystal ball and share with us your thoughts on where Amazon is next going with frictionless and predictive commerce? How can Pabst contribute to this journey?7) How has the pandemic changed your mix of business on vs off premise at the brand level & overall? How are you responding to this?8) What's next for eCommerce at Pabst? Please provide the CPG Guys feedback at http://ratethispodcast.com/cpgguysCPG Guys Website: http://CPGGuys.comCPG Guys on Instagram: https://instagram.com/cpgguysCPG Guys on Twitter: http://twitter.com/cpgguysPlease follow the Network of Executive Women at http://newonline.org/cpgguysDISCLAIMER: The content in this podcast episode is provided for general informational purposes only. By listening to our episode, you understand that no information contained in this episode should be construed as advice from CPGGUYS, LLC or the individual author, hosts, or guests, nor is it intended to be a substitute for research on any subject matter. Reference to any specific product or entity does not constitute an endorsement or recommendation by CPGGUYS, LLC. The views expressed by guests are their own and their appearance on the program does not imply an endorsement of them or any entity they represent. CPGGUYS LLC expressly disclaims any and all liability or responsibility for any direct, indirect, incidental, special, consequential or other damages arising out of any individual's use of, reference to, or inability to use this podcast or the information we presented in this podcast.
Before he started in the brewing industry Kevin Abbott was a wine steward. His time in restaurants helped form his idea behind food and beverage – something that exists to this day. He started as a homebrewer and then jumped into the deep end of the pool, starting as the head brewer for Funky Buddha in Florida back when they were launching into brewpub operations. He stayed there for nearly four years and then moved to Due South Brewing before becoming a Partner and Head Brewer at Barrel of Monks in 2015. Since then he's become the director of operations. Abbott oversees most aspects of the brewery including production, distribution and the tap room and this episode covers it all. 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.Athletic Brewing Co.Athletic Brewing Company's innovative process allows them to brew great-tastingcraft beer without the alcohol. From IPAs to stouts to golden ales and more, they offer a full selection of beers starting at only 50 calories. Now you can keep your head clear and enjoy the refreshing taste of beer anytime, anywhere. Place an order today atathleticbrewing.com and get free shipping on two six packs or more. New customerscan also get 10% off their entire order with code BeerEdge10. Limit one per customer.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: Kevin Abbott of Barrel of Monks Sponsors: NZ Hops, Athletic Brewing, and The Beer Edge Tags: Beer, Bars, COVID-19, Florida, Belgium, Food, Culinary Beers, Special Ingredients
Joining Cade in the lab this week is JP Bierly of Bierly Brewing, a brewery in McMinnville, Oregon that's dedicated to making delicious gluten-free beers. The Brü Lab is brought to you by Imperial Yeast who provide brewers with the most viable and fresh yeast on the market. Learn more about what Imperial Yeast has to offer at ImperialYeast.com today. | Read More | Bierly Brewing Gluten-Free Homebrewing Zero Tolerance Gluten-Free Homebrewing on Facebook
Brewing is an activity that has a lot of unique terminology, some of which can be a bit difficult to pronounce and even accurately use. In this episode, contributor Andy Carter joins Marshall to pedantically go over some brewing terms they've struggled with over the years. The Brülosophy Podcast is brought to you by Imperial Yeast who provide brewers with the most viable and fresh yeast on the market. Learn more about what Imperial Yeast has to offer at ImperialYeast.com today.
If there was a Guinness world record for most beer collaborations, Kyle Harrup of Horus Aged Ales (https://horusbeer.com) would surely hold it. The 400-plus beers Harrup has brewed with other breweries are even more impressive when you consider that brewing is still a side hustle for the full-time accountant. Today, Horus Aged Ales is known as much for its collaborations as for the beers he brews and releases to club members from his small fermentation warehouse in Oceanside, California. However, one thing that defines all Horus beers is an aggressive yet nuanced approach to using adjunct ingredients. In this episode, Harrup discusses the myriad of ways he and his collaborators employ adjunct ingredients in the pursuit of flavor, including: building base beers with eventual ingredient additions in mind, for better balance brewing barrel-aged beers to high finishing gravities for more robust aging the best bourbon barrel ages and sources developing a family of base recipes for aging and blending developing Cryst-Ale, a barrel-aged beer made with 100 percent crystal malt ingredient methods and variety selection for coffee, vanilla, and coconut using difficult adjunct ingredients, such as nuts pasteurizing for better longevity and flavor And more. *This episode is brought to you by: * G&D Chillers (https://gdchillers.com): What if you could chill your beer with a more efficient chiller? The Answer? G&D Chillers new Micro Channel Condensers! G&D's Micro Channel Condensers are highly efficient in hotter regions, use a fraction of the refrigerant over traditional chillers which provides less opportunity for leaks along with lower global warming potential. G&D Chillers' Engineers are committed to green technology design, while developing a more energy efficient chiller for the brewing industry. Contact G&D Chillers today at gdchillers.com (https://gdchillers.com) BSG (https://go.bsgcraft.com/Contact-Us) This episode is brought to you by BSG, exclusive distributors of Rahr Malting Co. Since 1847, Rahr malt has been a benchmark of quality and consistency for brewers, from the 19th century through today's craft beer pioneers. Whether you're creating classic lagers, resin-clouded hazies, or barrel-aged behemoths, inspired malts like Rahr North Star Pils, Malted Oats, and more are here to make your brewing dreams a reality. Get in touch today at go.bsgcraft.com/Contact-Us (https://go.bsgcraft.com/Contact-Us) Old Orchard (https://www.oldorchard.com/brewer): Is your brewery struggling to source or afford berry ingredients? Historic heatwaves devastated U.S. berry crops, causing supply to dwindle and prices to skyrocket. That's why brewers are switching over to Old Orchard's craft concentrate blends, which mimic straight concentrates but at a better price point—and with more reliable supply. Is it any surprise that Old Orchard's best-sellers are Raspberry and Blackberry flavors? Reclaim your margins and order your craft concentrates at oldorchard.com/brewer (https://www.oldorchard.com/brewer) Precision Fermentation (https://precisionfermentation.com/brewing): BrewMonitor, from Precision Fermentation, is the first real-time, comprehensive fermentation monitoring solution. It works with your existing fermentation tanks to track dissolved oxygen, pH, gravity, pressure, temperature, and conductivity in real-time, from any smartphone, tablet, or PC. BrewMonitor provides detailed insight into your fermentations that helps improve beer consistency, reduce tank-time, and increase overall efficiency–saving your brewery time and money. Get started for 30 days, risk-free. Visit precisionfermentation.com/brewing (https://precisionfermentation.com/brewing). Ss Brewtech (https://www.ssbrewtech.com): From the rotatable pick-up tube on Rogue Brewing's pilot brewhouse to the integrated hopbacks on Sierra Nevada's twin prototyping brewhouses, Ss Brewtech has taken technology they invented working with world-renowned industry veterans and made them available to every craft brewer. To learn more about Ss Brewtech's innovation list, head over to SsBrewtech.com (https://www.ssbrewtech.com) Five Star Chemicals (https://fivestarchemicals.com): Have you heard of PBW Tablets? Yeah, that's right, the PBW powder you've known and trusted is now in tablet form from Five Star Chemicals (https://fivestarchemicals.com). Available in two sizes so you can use just one tablet in either 32 ounces or one gallon of water, to optimize your cleaning. Forget measuring, just add a tablet to water and quickly clean all stainless equipment, growlers, kettles, or carboys. Purchase on their website or your favorite homebrew supplier.
On this episode the fellas sat down with one of our Pod Brothers, but not to talk so much about Podcasting this time. Drew from Diapers & Haircutz Podcast and his Lovely wife, Jasmine join the show to discuss their journey into the Brewing game! The beautiful couple started Liquid Intrusion Brewing Company; a Black-Owned Husband and Wife operation with dreams of becoming Prince George's County's First Black-Owned Brewery. If you know Drew, his passion for "the liquid" is second to none BUT Jasmine is very knowledgable and passionate as well which makes for a great conversation! You don't want to miss this one! Tap in ! Show Hosted by: Brandon | Alex | Quan | Mike Check out the Liquid Intrusion Brewing Company Website: https://www.libcobeer.com/ Find Drew ( @Django_NERD ) and Jasmine ( @CurlzNdCurvez ) on Twitter Follow Off The Record Podcast on IG, Twitter, Facebook, Youtube, & Sportscastr Get your Off The Record Podcast Merch Here! Off The Record is a proud member of Crossover Media: Follow Crossover on IG & Twitter.
Kim Collins, Owner and Head Brewer at Guardian Brewing Company in Saugatuck, Michigan, joins us this episode. Guardian is a 100% LGBTQ-owned, women-owned, & brewer-owned brewery, Located just two miles from Lake Michigan. Kim is also currently a Board Member on the Michigan Brewer's Guild Board and is the Founder and Co-Chair of the Diversity Equity and Inclusion Committee. We discuss all of this and more, including getting to know more about the amazing town of Saugatuck. In Happy Fun Time, our guest vies for champion standing in a game of Band or Beer. Also, there is a red barn that is now brown. Do you love Beer Busters? Of course you do! Why not leave us a rating and review on your podcast platform of choice and consider supporting us on Patreon.
There's a brewery with a funny name hidden away in Pennsylvania's Pocono mountains that's slowly growing into a local powerhouse. Named after a nearby lake, the beer from Wallenpaupack Brewing Company is good—I can attest to that—but it's the way this business is setting itself up for the future in the middle of Yuengling Country that caught my eye, and brings owner, Becky Ryman, and head brewer, Logan Ackerley, to your ears. In this episode, we're going to hear from Becky and Logan about what it takes to establish a brewery in a place mostly known for transient vacationers, how they build a tap list to smartly incorporate traditional styles and contemporary trends, and what the future holds for a brewery that has rapidly added staff and increased production. This summer, the Wallenpaupack team also celebrated the opening of a second space called “The Wake Zone,” a 6,000-square foot space designed to house interactive indoor golf and sports experiences along with a taproom. All together, it's a very modern approach to what it takes to excite drinkers in a taproom, on store shelves, and ensure ongoing success. This conversation is a great timestamp for this business and what it takes to succeed in beer, and I hope it also offers a better understanding of what Wallenpaupack represents outside a funny-sounding name for those not in the know.
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For the 256th episode, Brendan O'Connor has COVID and makes Jon Zoom in for this week's show. This week's episode was sponsored by Enzian Theater, Orange County Library System, and DeWitt Law Firm. Topics include skyrocketing COVID rates (including one of our hosts), power going out at Magic Kingdom, digital twins, and a famous guy who makes videos of himself eating pizza everywhere he goes. Tune in to Bungalower and the Bus every week on 104.1 Real Radio or our podcast to learn all about the top headlines, new restaurants, and best-bet events to attend this week.
Happy Friday Y'all, It's time for Happy Hour and this week on the watch list we've got the Book of Boba Fett and the Season 4 opener of Cobra Kai. We've got tasty craft beverages from Backwards Flag Brewing, La Cumbre Brewing, and Something Brewing. Cheers Y'all, Have a great weekend! Stay Connected!!! https://www.instagram.com/jewels2pointoh https://www.instagram.com/jewels2pointoh
Stephan Roague isn't just a wild-land fire fighter, he is also a Houndsman! Buddy, Jason and Stephan have a great conversation and take a deeper look into weather and how it effects scenting conditions for our dogs.They cover a variety of weather conditions, how weather reacts to the topography, inversions, and more. So to all the tracks that “vanished” into thin air, this one's for you!
We're back for 2022 and we have a huge episode with our friend Jobina from Epicure Brewing in Norwich CT. Jobina is the CFO and overall badass in the Connecticut beer scene. In this episode we discuss what the Connecticut Beer Scene is about, Pink Boots, and how she wants to preserve the tap room feel of getting to know the people you're drinking with rather than watching a TV. Also, not to mention their amazing beer.Make sure to stay up to date with them, their tap list and any events they are having!http://epicurebrewing.comCheers!***Claw Hammer Supply- Claw Hammer Supply has taken brew in a bag (BIAB) to a whole new level with there single vessel, turn-key, all grain, digital brewing system. It's a homebrew setup like you've never seen. Instead of a typical brewing systems that require 2 or even 3 different vessels (pots, pans, kettles, etc…). theirs only uses 1.Use our link https://www.clawhammersupply.com/?aff=12 and get your system today!Looking to start a new hobby? Wanting to get into homebrewing? Just looking to upgrade your current set up? We have you covered with our Beer & Wine Hobby promo code! Beer & Wine Hobby is a Family owned business driven to help folks make amazing beers, wines, cheeses, and charcuterie. Fortunately, for our listeners we are able to offer an exclusive promo code for 10% off your online order. Items can either be ordered online and picked up in store same day for our local listeners or delivered to your home (for free over $35). Use our promo code BREWROOTS for 10% off your next order! Go to www.beer-wine.com to get all your brewing needs! https://www.beer-wine.com***Each month, Shirts On Tap teams up with a local brewery, to collaborate on a sweet custom shirt design, and then send it to their members with coupons, stickers, a brewery bio, and more! Join the excitement with our exclusive link shirtsontap.com/offers/brewroots to get your first box for $5! ***Did you know that some of your favorite breweries use hops from a local family operated Hop Farm right here in Massachusetts. Our friends over at Four Star Farms are there for you wether you are a commercial brewery or a small scale home brewer. Make sure to head over to their website today and get your hands on some of the best and freshest hops locally. https://fourstarfarms.com Get bonus content on Patreon See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Troy Hinke of Living Roots Compost Tea talks about the many benefits of using compost tea for growing plants. Follow Troy on IG: https://www.instagram.com/livingrootscomposttea/ This episode was produced by Diego Footer. Follow Diego on IG https://instagram.com/diegofooter Podcasts by Diego Footer: Microgreens: https://apple.co/2m1QXmW Vegetable Farming: https://apple.co/2lCuv3m Livestock Farming: https://apple.co/2m75EVG Large Scale Farming: https://apple.co/2kxj39i In Search of Soil: http://bit.ly/soilpodcast Small Farm Tools https://www.paperpot.co/
A lot of experiences are lost in the digital age. We get so accustomed to seeing places virtually on a screen, or reading pieces built for short bursts that when a book like the World Atlas of Beer comes along we all should take notice. This 3rd edition is completely revised and authors Tim Webb and Stephen Beaumont take us on a tour of the world through its beer culture. This isn't a travel book per se, but an examination of what each country has created in the brewing space, what it aspires to be, and what we can expect or look to appreciate when we visit for ourselves. The authors are proper writers and travelers and their collective knowledge, inquisitive nature, and discerning palates are evident in each page. Now, about the authors: Tim Webb spent six years on the board of the Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) where he ran Britain's national beer festival and co-founded CAMRA's publishing company. He has written Good Beer Guide Belgium continuously since 1992 and has won awards for beer writing in four countries. Stephen Beaumont is the author or co-author of ten additional books about beer, including The Beer & Food Companion, and two editions of The Pocket Beer Book, and a contributor to many others. He's hosted tastings, dinners, and educational events around the globe. Get a copy of this book. The World Atlas of Beer should be in your collection and well thumbed through before you put it up on a shelf for later reference. What makes this book special is not just the country entries, but the included maps, the sidebars, photos and graphics. Digital can't compete with that on this scope, and getting lost in the pages for a while is a great vacation for the brain as you plot out your next real trip for beer. 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.Athletic Brewing Co.Athletic Brewing Company's innovative process allows them to brew great-tastingcraft beer without the alcohol. From IPAs to stouts to golden ales and more, they offer a full selection of beers starting at only 50 calories. Now you can keep your head clear and enjoy the refreshing taste of beer anytime, anywhere. Place an order today atathleticbrewing.com and get free shipping on two six packs or more. New customerscan also get 10% off their entire order with code BeerEdge10. Limit one per customer.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 Guests: Tim Webb and Stephen Beaumont Sponsors: NZ Hops, Athletic Brewing, and The Beer Edge Tags: Beer, Bars, COVID-19, Travel, South America, France, Canada, United Kingdom, Belgium
Sulfites are a commonly used preservative in the food industry that are known to mitigate the risk of cold-side oxidation in beer, thus prolonging shelf life. In this episode, contributor Cade Jobe joins Marshall to chat about the impact of dosing a pale lager with PMB at packaging. The Brülosophy Podcast is brought to you by Imperial Yeast who provide brewers with the most viable and fresh yeast on the market. Learn more about what Imperial Yeast has to offer at ImperialYeast.com today. | Relevant Article | Dosing A Pale Lager With PMB At Packaging xBmt