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In this first-ever “Direct Fire” episode of the podcast, listeners from around the globe heat things up with spicy brewing questions for Weldwerks (https://www.weldwerks.com) founder Neil Fisher. From IPA to hefeweizen, pastry sour, and stout, every style is fair game as you ask and Neil answers questions around: ideal pH in hoppy beers for aroma and flavor expression achieving pie-crust flavor in kettle sours using vanilla in bean and extract form building mouthfeel in stout with oats, wheat, and even flaked corn yeast choice and fermentation concerns with hefeweizen controlling ester production in hefeweizen through temperature and pitch rate optimizing chocolate flavors in barrel-aged stout orienting the brewery around community service employing hazy IPA techniques in West Coast-style IPA And more. This episode is brought to you by: Accubrew (https://accubrew.io): AccuBrew is an analytical tool designed to collect and compare the information brewers need to produce consistent results and continuously improve the process of fermentation. AccuBrew is more than a progress bar and early warning system. It is an ever evolving piece of technology tailored to you and your process. Save time and turn tanks faster. Monitor and compare batch progress in real-time. Enter notes, set custom reminders and temperature alerts. And detect process issues before a batch is ruined. Quality, consistency, and confidence. That is what AccuBrew delivers! Visit accubrew.io (https://accubrew.io) today, for a no obligation 90 day trial! BSG (https://bsgcraftbrewing.com) Brought to you by CanCraft and BSG. Whether you need a full-service packaging experience, from design to delivery, or you just need some aluminum cans, CanCraft can do. CanCraft's design & aluminum specialists are here to support your business every step of the way. Visit bsgcraftbrewing.com/CanCraft (https://bsgcraftbrewing.com/CanCraft) to learn how CanCraft can help realize your brand potential. 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)
Jamil Zainasheff returns to The Session for the first time since selling his brewery, Heretic, and subsequent firing from the company. Jamil tells his side of the story and discusses the state of the brewing industry along with friends from True Symmetry Brewing Company from Suisun City, CA. Tune in and get the scoop! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
CRAFT BEER PODCAST INFO: AS A NOTE: The beginning of the show Ken's microphone was muted so it does feel a little out of order. We did our best to keep the dead air down but keep the conversation going! Adam Powers has had his mark on the industry for a long time now. Whether it's been finding bands, performing in one, managing the Captain Pabst taproom, and selling all of the heritage brands in the Pabst portfolio, he's done it all. Adam sat down with us to chat about his time in the industries including what he feels Pabst next few moves are, we discuss the distribution strategy of brands like Old Style and Natty Boh, he gives us a history of Stroh's including its recent brewing at Brew Detroit and more recent entrance back into the community, and we talk about the 1844 beer pack that Pabst had for sale. Sponsors: North Center Brewing - https://northcenterbrewing.com/ Zetouna Liquor - https://www.facebook.com/Zetouna-Liquor-Fine-Wine-Cigars-146021445420374/ Burning Foot Beer Festival - https://burningfoot.beer/ Join The Michigan Beer Discord - https://discord.gg/vEEDyzwdjT Download the MI Beer Map - http://www.mibeermap.com Subscribe to Better on Draft - https://plnk.to/BOD Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/6AlzP1BH0iykayF856bGRc?si=xXZzdd3CTPqgUq_KYTnBKg iTunes - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/better-on-draft-a-craft-beer-podcast/id1091124740 Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/betterondraft Untappd - https://www.untappd.com/bodpodcast YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/c/betterondraft Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/betterondraft Twitter - https://www.twitter.com/betterondraft Tik Tok- https://www.tiktok.com/@betterondraft
Tyrone, Hunter, Ricky, and Jen open the show reacting to the Eagles first preseason game, the late hit on Jalen Hurts, Jordan Davis's debut, and get into the weekend series vs the Mets (0:00). They get to the phones, and continue to talk Eagles camp, as well as the Phillies upcoming week (12:53). Jen Scordo presents “What's Brewing with Jen,”(1:23:03). Tim McManus joins the program to discuss the Eagles (1:30:49). They take more calls, lay down sentencing on one caller who step out of bounds in a call last week, and continue the discussion about the Phillies and Eagles (1:41:45). The close it out with the recorded answers to The Question of the Day (2;40:36).
James Isacsson is the founder and head brewer of AVNGE Brewing. A talented artist, former army man, and all-around nice guy...he has been an avid listener of the podcasts and reached out once he heard the Shapeshifter episode to say that it helped him with his plans...how awesome is that!An episode that goes off on many tangents, partially due to James' unique story, and partially cos this is my first time on the mice for a while!!Enjoy!!If you want to check out AVNGE's beers, go here: AVNGEWant to help spread the craft beer gospel?•Follow me on Instagram, Facebook, or YouTube•Rate, Review and Subscribe on Apple Podcasts or Spotify...click the link on your phone and scroll to the bottom•Or Follow/Subscribe on your favourite podcast player
(Ana - Kombucha Brewing) In this episode, I had the honour to have Ana as my guest. She shared with me her interest in kombucha brewing as her hobby. Definition: Kombucha (also tea mushroom, tea fungus, or Manchurian mushroom when referring to the culture; Latin name Medusomyces gisevii) is a fermented, lightly effervescent, sweetened black or green tea drink commonly consumed for its purported health benefits. Sometimes the beverage is called kombucha tea to distinguish it from the culture of bacteria and yeast. Juice, spices, fruit or other flavorings are often added.Wikipedia contributors. (2022, July 9). Kombucha. In Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Retrieved 01:40, July 13, 2022, from https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Kombucha&oldid=1097238000 Ana's Links Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/loveofana/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/ADS_Bunny Time For Your Hobby links: Website: Time For Your Hobby website (click to find Apple, Spotify, Google and more) Merch: TFYHpodcast (on Redbubble) Instagram: @timeforyourhobby Twitter: @tfyhpodcast Podchaser: Time For Your Hobby Patreon: Timeforyourhobby Email: firstname.lastname@example.org If you like this episode and think it can be helpful to someone you are more than welcome to share it and leave a review. If you want to be on my podcast or have any questions at all, by all means, contact me through any of the platforms above. So until the next episode... make some time for your hobby. Shout out to my Patrons: Chess Talk (https://chesstalk.podbean.com/) Mélissa Sabrina Hughes Berry Take care,
Trouble in the family or conflict at work or with friends? The division is necessary and expected. Jesus taught that if you are committed to living a life of integrity (wholeness) and being true to yourself you will divide away from anything or anyone that hinders you from moving ahead. Growth of any kind often causes division. The text is Luke 12 Pod141
While in Frederick, Maryland, Carlin and Rebecca hopped over to Attaboy Beer to taste their offerings on tap and pick up one amazing lager. Listen to their recap of the experience as they sip on some Backyard Queen.
Fertile Ground Beer Co. brings Brewery 2.0 to Jackson, MS Mississippi moves at its own pace. A bit slower, more relaxed. Most folks don't get caught up in trends and hype. Of course, this can be an issue for craft beer since it loves both of those things. Despite the boom in most areas Jackson hasn't had a single production brewery open since 2019, when the lone brewery (Lucky Town) closed. A few months ago Fertile Ground Beer Co. brought brewing back to The City with Soul. Introducing Brewery 2.0 Connor Reeves and Matthew Mclaughlin know a thing or two about the legal side of craft beer. Their law firm has helped many breweries navigate opening. When their hometown was without a brewery they decided they'd be the ones to change that. Putting their plans together they noticed the taproom trend was dark wood, brushed nickel, and iron. They didn't want to follow that trend (told ya) so they opted for a light and bright taproom with a splash of color, Brewery 2.0, as they call it. Mississippi Loves Saison Jackson may not be ready yet for a bunch of American Wild Ales, but they do enjoy good beer. Fertile Ground offers brews like Pilsner and other Lagers but their Small Batch Sundays bring in Hazy IPAs, Kettle Sours, and Saisons. The locals have really taken to Saisons and I'm all about that. Be our savior, Mississippi, help us make Saisons cool again. Fertile Ground is a young brewery but things are going well. In any good-sized city people love great beer. Being the lone brewery in town, for now, they can do a lot of good to get their customers ready to chase them whales. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Listen and Subscribe | https://omny.fm/shows/beer-guys-radioPart of the Podcast Park network | https://www.thepodcastpark.comIf you enjoy the show we'd appreciate your support! | https://www.patreon.com/beerguys Follow Us!- Website | https://beerguysradio.com- Instagram | https://www.instagram.com/beerguysradio- Twitter | https://twitter.com/BeerGuysRadio- Facebook | https://www.facebook.comSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Andy's been busy brewing! So often we get focused on the commander and the theme for decks as EDH players. But can we get obsessed with a card like players in other formats? With a card that can hold opponents in suspense regarding its outcome, why not geek out over Danse Macabre? And if you can keep doing it with ways to loop it back to hand, even better. Andy brings to the discussion a variety of brews where this card can shine. As always, you can check out deck lists featured in this episode on our Discord server. Be sure to join it through supporting our Patreon. ------------------- Patreon: YouTube: Twitter: @legend_creature ------------------- Intro and outro music this episode comes courtesy of the artist Makeup and Vanity Set. Be sure to support them! – ------------------- The intro for this episode included audio from the Elden Ring.
Mark Willard details reported turmoil in the Giants front office, and how that front office has to win the trust back of the Giants fanbase. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Support the show by doing your Amazon shopping through our affiliate link. Just click the link here or on my website and do your shopping as you would normally. With every purchase you make using the link the podcast gets a little commission kick back. https://www.amazon.com?&linkCode=ll2&tag=thebrewerof0f-20&linkId=508b80c5f61935cee690c0e883386653&language=en_US&ref_=as_li_ss_tl In this week's episode Bob and I listen to our first ever voicemail and we discuss the upcoming Lorain Beerfest, Medina Passport party, and the Crooked Pecker tasting event at the Barrel Room in Canton on August 18th. In the news and views segment we discuss the potential impact inflation may have on the beer industry in the coming months. In the interview segment I sit down with John Rush, and Dan Blatt from Ghost Tree Brewing in Amherst, Ohio. I sampled four amazing beers and discussed their journey from home brewers to pro brewers, and how they have become one of the hottest spots in Amherst despite the pandemic and inflation trying to keep them down. Don't forget to join the Pint Club by visiting my Patreon page at https://www.patreon.com/PintTalkingPintClub There are four tier levels and when you join the Pint Club you will get an opportunity to win a six pack of Ohio beer that is shipped by Rivalry Brews https://rivalrybrews.com/. You will also get a few coupon codes, and once every month you will be invited to a one-hour Q&A session on Facebook in which you can ask them anything you want about craft beer and the industry. In the very near future patrons will gain access to exclusive content that no one else is going to hear. Don't forget to visit my website at https://www.thebrewerofseville.com/ to catch up on old episodes and visit the BOS swag store. Make sure to follow Ghost Tree Brewing on IG and Facebook @ghosttreebrewing You can also head over to their website at https://ghosttreebrewing.com/ and see what they are brewing up. Dan, thanks again for coming on. Make sure you check out our friends at Wrecking Crew Brew Works on the web at https://www.wreckingcrewbrewworks.com/ and follow them on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/Wreckingcrewbrewworks and Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/wreckingcrewbrewworks Check out our other sponsors: Blue Cooler - Shop for a high quality cooler at half the price. Go to: https://www.avantlink.com/click.php?tt=cl&merchant_id=fdaa7e76-35bf-4f93-a2f2-0ba0fd3f2dcd&website_id=1b4fdbbe-e41e-40ba-a3b4-8cd9bcb808a9&url=https%3A%2F%2Fbluecoolers.com%2F Shirts on Tap at https://shirtsontap.com/ and use the code rq7szrFor $10 off your first order.
Before the pandemic, we had the opportunity to visit Maine Beer Co. in Freeport, Maine this time, the conversation was just as rich, but sadly, less beer. Anne Marisc, Maine Beer Co.'s Partnership + Communications Manager joins the show to talk about continued innovations (like the Black Barn Program), Quality Control, and the ever-shifting Maine beer scene. Take a listen and hopefully, you will be inspired to plan a beer trip to Maine! Shoutouts: Blue Ox Malt House, Maine Grain Alliance, #dowhatsright, #drinkitnow, #peeper
This episode we're joined by CEO of yet another Washington, D.C. brewery, James Warner from City-State Brewing. This craft brewery, taproom, arts venue, and event space celebrates the history and culture of DC and the people there strive to live its values in everything they make and do. Unfortunately, Dan was unable to make this recording and so Wayne and Steph attempt the steer the ship in his stead. Fortunately, James has lots of stories to tell and insightful things to say about beer, community, and more. We also chat about his journey to City-State, from growing up in Manhattan, finishing college in Scotland, to a stint in the Peace Corps and spending nearly a decade working on energy and climate change issues in Washington. Plus, his experience homebrewing, a brief time at ChurchKey Beer Bar, then a beer distributor, before launching City-State. 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.
In this special episode Rob G. chops it up with Ash Sheehan, owner of ModestMan Brewing. They announce their collab beer that will be featured at Barrel and Flow Fest 2022 in Pittsburgh, PA. Ash also gets into the inner workings of ModestMan and their business philosophy and beer output. Ash tells how he settled in Keene, NH and his love of 90's Hip-Hop. This episode features beer from ModestMan and Birra Moretti. Grab and Brew and Join the Banter.
This week's Brewbound Podcast features a replay of a Brew Talks conversation on strategies for expanding taproom and retail outlets, featuring leaders from White Lion, Medusa Brewing, Castle Island and Boston Beer Company. Plus, the Brewbound team reunites to discuss New Belgium's Voodoo Ranger amusement park hoax and trolling of wine country; Ball closing two can manufacturing plants and blaming customer price increases for a lack of growth; the shaky Hard MTN Dew rollout; and Boulevard's Quirk Hard Seltzer sampling boat.
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This week we are talking about recipe sharing! If you've ever been on a Homebrew Facebook/Instagram/Twitter group/post, you've ultimately seen someone showing off a beautiful beer pic, usually followed by comments asking for the recipe. This week we're talking about how we feel about recipe swapping and in what setting we will give out recipes. Also, this week Nick tells us the unorthodox place he was trying to Shazam a song from… all this, plus brew songs of the week.Intro song provided by Young Kartz, called "Levels" Find Young Kartz's music HERE: https://yungkartzbeats.com/beat/levels-2828650 Break song provided by DJ Quads, called "Chillin" Find DJ Quad's music HERE: https://soundcloud.com/djquads/tracksOutro song provided by Jahzzar, called "The Last Ones" Find Jahzzar music HERE: http://www.betterwithmusic.com/author/admin/E12 Brew Songs Spotify Playlist: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/1Jthhy49AEzrql7GycHaq3?si=3b1c507ee64641c
On the first episode of the Brewer to Brewer podcast Tomme Arthur of The Lost Abbey interviews Marcus Baskerville of Weathered Souls Brewing. Eventually the conversation turns to Black is Beautiful, the global collaboration that Baskerville and the brewery spearheaded. To date more than 1,200 breweries in 22 countries have brewed and released the beer which aims to “raise awareness for the injustices people of color face daily and raise funds for police brutality reform and legal defenses for those who have been wronged.” Much has been said and chronicled about the beer and its history but Arthur wanted to go a little deeper and do a fresh check in. Hear their full conversation on the Brewer to Brewer podcast. This Episode is Sponsored by:Firsd TeaFirsd Tea is a proud sponsor of the Brewer to Brewer podcast. They have been working with brewers on a wide range of ingredients in delicious beers. Firsd Tea combines the flexibility of order sizes with the experience you need to create innovative and successful tea beers. They get you the most direct-from-farm tea selection so you are working with flavorful and consistent products. You can find out more about Firsd Tea's collaborations with brewers and tea ingredients by visiting blog.firsdtea.com.For original articles or to read the vast archives or to check out All About Beer. follow us on Twitter @allaboutbeer and Instagram @allaboutbeer. Support Journalism by visiting our Patreon Page. Host: Tomme Arthur Guest: Marcus Baskerville Sponsor: Firsd Tea Tags: Brewing, Black is Beautiful, Collaboration, Travel The following music was used for this media project:Music: Hip Hop Intro 06 by TaigaSoundProdFree download: https://filmmusic.io/song/9533-hip-hop-intro-06License (CC BY 4.0): https://filmmusic.io/standard-licenseArtist website: https://linktr.ee/taigasoundprod
Points of discussion:1. Rebranding Mission Brewing [BBT Newsletter]2. Cody steps out on Isaac. Breaks his heart.3. Cody and Dan discuss Mission's rebrand, including: Dan's background + Mission's history and project context4. Weighing different types of brand equity5. Evolution vs Revolution [Podcast]6. Defining Mission's audience [Podcast]7. Important format changes, SKU rationalization and distribution shifts Mission is making8. The design process is iterative.9. Process management is just as important as great work for complex projects to be successful.10. How to organize your internal team ahead of a rebrand [Podcast]11. Dan's point about not being too precious12. How to be a great client [Podcast]13. How do you handle history and provenance in blurry situations like this?14. Put (two red) birds on it.15. Email Isaac to discuss your brewery's rebrand.-Learn more about how to rebrand your brewery at: www.craftbeerrebranded.com-Have a topic or question you'd like us to field on the show? Shoot it our way: firstname.lastname@example.org-Join 5,500+ food and bev industry pros who are subscribed to the Beer Branding Trends Newsletter (and access all past issues) at: www.beerbrandingtrends.com
Schlafly Brewery has been around since 1991, a long time in the craft beer world and they're still working to innovate and shape the future of craft beer. From 2021, here's our episode about what it takes to build a revered St. Louis brewery in the shadow of AB, and why Schlafly works toward guiding a male-dominated industry into a new frontier.
The Drunk Guys' beer has flown this week when they discuss Norwegian Wood by Haruki Murakami. They wood also like a beer, including: Morticia by Barier, Briefcase Porter by Exhibit ‘A' Brewing, KBS Espresso by Founders, K Thx by Industrial Arts, and Every Night by Finback. Join the Drunk Guys
In this episode Fridge, Bob and Sayre are tasting and talking about what they are calling The 4MMP 4-PACK! That's right, 4 Thiol-Optimized brews from HenHouse that are pushing the boundaries of taste and aroma. The 4MMP 4-PACK features "Synth Life", "Holographic Principle", "Super Highly Confluential" and "Big Science". So sit back, crack a can and get ready to dive deep into the delicious and fascinating world of Thiols!
Bree Johnson is the co-founder of the Australian beauty brand, Frank Body, said to be ‘the most fun you can have in the bathroom'. Widely adored for its famous coffee body scrub, fun packaging and upfront approach to beauty, Frank Body is now a household staple.With the brand now nearing its 10th anniversary, Bree has brought a new wave of energy into championing body positivity - you won't want to miss this conversation so make sure you tune in!If you enjoyed this episode, please make sure you like, subscribe and share with anyone you know who will love it too!Founded Beauty is available on all podcast platforms and we release new episodes every Monday and Thursday so be sure to follow the podcast to be notified. We really appreciate every single listen, share, and review. It goes such a long way and helps us reach new listeners. Follow Akash & Bree:Akash Mehta: @mehta_aFable & Mane: @fableandmanewww.fableandmane.comBree Johnson: @bree_take_twoFrank Body: @frank_bodwww.frankbody.comFor more information about Founded Beauty, please visit www.foundedbeauty.com#foundedbeauty See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
This month we welcome to the Brewhouse Stage, Teddy Benson, Head Brewer and Co-Owner of the Grain Shed Brewery in the South Perry District of Spokane. We get to talk about their beginnings, as well as their planned expansions into other areas of Spokane, and how they have taken over the brewhouse at the former Steam Plant Brewing Company. Teddy plays a game for an audience contestant, and we invite another contestant to play live on stage with us. And, as always, we are joined by Dave Basaraba & Tim Hilton from Mountain Lakes Brewing Company, and your host: Chris Cindric!
Founders and head brewers Sam and Gina Masotto from @Bonn Place Brewing Company join us to share how they met, decided to open a brewery and knew that Bethlehem, PA, particularly Southside, was the place to make it all happen. They also detail the challenges of mug fills during the fest and encourage everyone to respect business owners and "don't be a...jerk".Be sure to sample their delicious beer-flavored beer and get your mug filled respectfully!
Our guest is Bruce Joseph, Master Distiller of Old Potrero Straight Rye Whiskey for Hotaling & Co. Bruce previously appeared back in Episode 74 (circa June 2020), but he's back with his unique malted rye whiskey and it is now bearing a higher age statement and some killer new packaging. The malted rye mashbill is pot distilled in San Francisco and admittedly is one of the most unique whiskies we've tried during this podcast's history. If you want to flex your palate and see what else is out there in craft whiskey, we highly recommend you find a bottle of Old Potrero's 6 year aged stated Straight Rye Whiskey. Stream this episode on your favorite podcast app and be sure to drop us a review while you're there. We are thankful for everyone who has supported us. A huge shoutout goes to our growing Patreon Community as well! We'd appreciate it if you can take the time to give us feedback on our podcast. If you enjoy our content, consider giving us a 5 star rating on your favorite podcast app, leave us a review, and tell a fellow bourbon lover about our show. Follow us @BourbonLens on Instagram, Facebook, & Twitter. And please check out our Patreon to learn how you can support our endeavors, earn Bourbon Lens swag, be part of future barrel picks, and more. If you have any comments, questions, or suggestions, please email us at TheBourbonLens@Gmail.com. Visit our website BourbonLens.com to check out our blog posts, or even purchase your own Bourbon Lens tasting glass or t-shirt. Cheers,Scott and JakeBourbon Lens From their June 2022 Press Release: Hotaling & Co. is proud to announce the relaunch of the legendary whiskey brand, Old Potrero Straight Rye Whiskey, credited as the first American Craft Whiskey to hit the market since prohibition. The Old Potrero relaunch will feature new packaging and bottle design geared towards today's contemporary whiskey drinker, who appreciates an excellent dram with an iconic heritage and a modern-day appeal. Originally created by Fritz Maytag, the beverage visionary and founder of Hotaling & Co., (formerly Anchor Distilling Co.), Old Potrero Rye Whiskey is a bold homage to the original artisanal whiskies of America, a testament to the power of the pioneering spirit and the celebrated return of pot-distilled whiskey in the United States. Since 1994, the whiskey has been distilled in small copper pot stills at the San Francisco-based distillery, and in 2010 was passed down to current Master Distiller, Bruce Joseph, who has worked alongside Fritz since the first barrels were laid in the early 90's. “We are thrilled to usher Old Potrero into a new era,” says Master Distiller, Bruce Joseph. "With the same bold liquid within, Old Potrero's new packaging and bottle embody the boldness of its home-base, San Francisco. A city that's resilient, creative and richly historic, just like Old Potrero.” The new packaging redesign, created by design agency Stranger & Stranger, features a dark wooden top with a natural cork stopper stamped with Old Potrero branding for a premium craft feel. The bottle's perforated edges and ticket-style copy holding devices connect back to the historic cable cars of San Francisco. And the new label features the same copper pot still used at the distillery since its inception as well as one of the world's most celebrated and iconic sights – The Golden Gate Bridge. The font, Fog City Gothic, is used throughout the label as a nod to the type used on signage seen throughout San Francisco. “The bottle's design was inspired by the juxtaposition of San Francisco's architecture, between the past and the present,” says Luis Rivas Ball, Senior Brand Lead American Whiskeys at Hotaling and Co. “From the perforated edges and ticket-style holding devices that connect back to the cable cars to the copper pot still and Golden Gate Bridge in the logo, Old Potrero is a true representation of San Francisco.” Although the brand is launching a bold and eye-catching new design, what's inside will remain unchanged – the same award winning 100% malted rye whiskey, now aged longer for added smoothness and complexity. Highlights on the Old Potrero Straight Rye Whiskey 6 years-old and the Old Potrero Old Single Barrel 100% Malted Rye Whiskey are as follows: Old Potrero Straight Rye Whiskey 6-Year-Old (SRP $64.99) marked the official return of pot distilled rye whiskey to the US. Distilled from a 100% malted rye mash bill in the same copper post still since the 1990's, the liquid is then matured in new, charred, 24-month air dried, extra-fine grain, American white oak barrels for a minimum of six years. Tasting notes include brown sugar, black cherry, spice, and maple with a nutty finish, satisfying the enthusiast' desire for bolder flavors and higher strength whiskeys. The Old Potrero Single Barrel Rye Whiskey (SRP $89.99) is aged in extra fine grain American Oak. The wood is air dried for 24 months and the barrels are fully toasted and charred by hand over an oak fire. The mash of 100% malted rye is fermented for four days and then double distilled in traditional copper pot whiskey stills. This expression is slated to debut in later 2022. About Old Potrero Old Potrero Rye Whiskey is a testament to the power of the pioneering spirit and the celebrated return of pot- distilled whiskey in the United States. Created by Fritz Maytag, the same beverage visionary who sparked the craft beer movement with his purchase of Anchor Brewing in 1965 and the founder of the original Anchor Distilling Co., now Hotaling & Co., Old Potrero is credited as the first American craft whiskey to hit the market since Prohibition. It is distilled in a small copper pot still at the Hotaling & Co. Distillery on San Francisco's Potrero Hill Farm from a mash of 100% rye malt, with rye being the grain of choice for America's first distillers. About Hotaling & Co. Hotaling & Co., the leading San Francisco importer & distiller, offers the finest curated portfolio of premium artisanal spirits including Luxardo Liqueurs, Nikka Whisky, Kavalan Whisky, HINE Cognac, Denizen Rum, and HIRSCH Selected Whiskeys. Hotaling & Co., originally named Anchor Distilling Company, was established in 1993 and is credited with releasing America's first craft whiskey (Old Potrero) and American craft gin (Junipero Gin) after Prohibition. In 2010, Anchor Distilling Company was sold to a business partnership that included Tony Foglio and London's oldest wine and spirit merchant, Berry Bros. & Rudd and began expanding to incorporate a collection of super-premium artisanal spirits imported from around the world. In 2017, Anchor Distilling became Hotaling &Co. The new name is a nod to one of Anchor Distilling's most beloved small batch whiskies (Old Potrero Hotaling's Whiskey) and to the San Francisco legend A.P. Hotaling, who came out West during the Gold Rush and quickly became one of the most reputable spirits dealers in the country. Today, Hotaling & Co. celebrates exciting growth and achievements, marking its 26th year of distilling and its 10th year of commercially uniting artisan distillers from around the world and sharing their stories to discerning consumers. For more details about Old Potrero please visit OldPotrero.com or HotalingandCo.com.
The interviews are back! I sit down with Airelle Peters of Black Mermaid Lifestyle Brand and soon to be Justified & Worthy Brewing Company to talk about making beer, drinking beer, and promoting and educating women and minorities in the industry. It's not easy being a reservist for the military, a cicerone, a brewer, and a mother but she's done it all!Special Brewery Mentions:Railyard Brewing CompanyFounders Brewing Company - Racial Discrimination Lawsuit SettlementJustified & Worthy Brewery - @justifiedandworthySpecial Resource Mentions:Beer KulturePour Us Another / Celebrating Womxn and Craft BeerBeermingham Babes - @beerminghambabesPink Boots SocietyHave a taproom? Consider signing up to host a #Kulture4DaKids National School Supply Drive this year to help those families in need supply their young ones for the school year this fall. For more info and to sign up, visit the Beer Kulture website. If you've enjoyed this episode, please subscribe, rate, and review to help out this podcast! 5 stars goes a long long way and I so appreciate your support. I know it says write a review and that can be daunting but apparently Apple isn't asking for a novel. A simple Hey! What's up? Would be more than fine! And for more information about me and this podcast visit us online at othercwords.com or on social media @othercwords. Talk to you soon! And thanks for listening.
Having taken a recent trip to Frederick, Maryland, Carlin and Rebecca had to hit up one of their favorite breweries for sours. Hear the two recount their experience in this episode while sipping a few Idiom Brewing beers.
On episode #136 of Modern Brews + Beats Podcast, we speak with Sunnye from 3 Nations Brewing in Carrolton, Texas. The post Modern Brews + Beats Podcast #136: 3 Nations Brewing appeared first on NTX Beer.
For the 286th episode, Jon and Brendan popped over to Deadwords Brewing on OBT, after enjoying a special screening of Brendan's new television show, "Restaurants on the Radar" on Very Local. This week's episode was sponsored by Enzian Theater, Orange County Library System, and the DeWitt Law Firm. Topics include the future of SunRail, security checkpoints in downtown Orlando, donut design competitions, the closing of Lizzy McCormick's, and a new concept by a Top Chef winner. Tune in to Bungalower and the Bus every week on Real Radio 104.1 FM or our podcast to learn all about the top headlines, new restaurants, and best-bet events to attend this week.
Tonya Cornett marks her brewing experience in decades, but the head of R&D for Bend, Oregon's 10 Barrel (https://10barrel.com) isn't resting on any laurels. She's earned every right to cruise, with many GABF and World Beer Cup medals under her belt (including three at the World Beer Cup earlier this year), but she continues to challenge herself and her team to find new and better ways to express flavor in beer. One of her favorite styles, and one she's earned wide acclaim for, is quick-soured fruit beer. 10 Barrel now sells these beers across the country under their “Crush” brand, and Cornett's small brewery and R&D team are constantly working ahead, creating new iterations with different fruits and ingredients for 10 Barrel's pubs in Bend. In this episode, she discusses the ways she's made this “simple” style much more difficult to make, from varying grain bills based on the fruit, to using different yeasts, and including one fruit in multiple forms to capture all of its flavor. Along the way, she covers: the change over time in their lacto culture brewing quick-soured beers in two stages as blender batches using wheat, oats, and dextrin malt to build mouthfeel and keep the beers from drying out varying pitch rate based on the current state of the culture and production calendar carefully measuring total acidity rather than just pH using hops that complement fruit and acidity managing sulfur production and controlling diacetyl layering purée, freeze-dried fruit, juice, concentrate, extracts, and more to build a whole fruit picture using adjacent fruits as well as spices to amplify the expression of a primary fruit And more. G&D Chillers (https://gdchillers.com): G&D stands above the rest as the only chiller manufacturer that engineers your glycol piping for free. G&D also stands alone as the only chiller manufacturer with an in house team of installers and engineers, with 30 years of real world, field labor experience in breweries, wineries and distilleries. Contact G&D Chillers today at gdchillers.com (https://gdchillers.com) Probrew (https://www.probrew.com) The Alchemator from ProBrew uses proprietary membrane technology to strip the alcohol from the beer without sacrificing all the elements – like flavor and color - that make the beer great! Are you ready to Brew Like A Pro? Check out www.probrew.com (https://www.probrew.com) to learn more. Old Orchard (https://www.oldorchard.com/brewer): Looking for innovation in your next beverage break-through? Think outside the purée box and let your brand stand out with Old Orchard's craft concentrate blends. To join the core of Old Orchard's brewing community, learn more at oldorchard.com/brewer (https://www.oldorchard.com/brewer) Fermentis (https://fermentis.com): Working on a new sour beer? Fermentis is now offering an expanding range of dry bacteria for the production of sour beers. To learn more about how Fermentis can improve the quality of your fermentation, visit Fermentis.com (https://fermentis.com). Country Malt Group (https://countrymaltgroup.com/the-brewdeck-podcast/): Three new roasted malts from BestMalz: Chocolate, Black, and Black Malt eXtra! Roasted in a gentle fluidized bed process to create smooth de-bittered flavors. BestMalz products are available exclusively through Country Malt Group, contact CMG (https://countrymaltgroup.com/warehouse-sales-team/) to try a free sample today! Arryved (https://www.arryved.com): Arryved mobile point of sale powers places with personality. No contracts and no monthly fees make Arryved a no brainer for your craft business. Go to Arryved.com/cbb (https://arryved.com/cbb) to set up a free, customized demo.
This week Bob and I discuss a few news stories that discuss the decline of Hard Seltzer and the projected growth of the craft beer market. This of course leads me to this week's guest Jerome Moore who is the head brewer over at Schnitz. The samplings were delicious and included Coach Dunkel, a cold IPA known as Schnitzing in which they collaborated with 8th Day Brewing, a Marzen known as Zen Master, and finally a 10.5% NEIPA known as Boozendorf. In the “Just One More” segment we taste Mama Bui which is a Triple NEIPA from Clag Brewing. Support the show by doing your Amazon shopping through our affiliate link. For every purchase you make on Amazon through the link, our show gets a little commission. https://www.amazon.com/?tag=thebrewerof08-20 Don't forget to join the Pint Club by visiting my Patreon page at https://www.patreon.com/PintTalkingPintClub There are four tier levels and when you join the Pint Club you will get an opportunity to win a six pack of Ohio beer that is shipped by Rivalry Brews https://rivalrybrews.com/. You will also get a few coupon codes, and once every month you will be invited to a one-hour Q&A session on Facebook in which you can ask them anything you want about craft beer and the industry. In the very near future patrons will gain access to exclusive content that no one else is going to hear. Don't forget to visit my website at https://www.thebrewerofseville.com/ to catch up on old episodes and visit the BOS swag store. Make sure to visit our friends at Schnitz Ale in person at 5729 Pearl Rd, Parma, OH 44129. You can also check them out on the internet at https://schnitzalebrewery.com/ and on IG @schnitz_ale as well as FB @schnitzalebrewery Make sure you check out our friends at Wrecking Crew Brew Works on the web at https://www.wreckingcrewbrewworks.com/ and follow them on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/Wreckingcrewbrewworks and Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/wreckingcrewbrewworks Check out our other sponsors: Blue Cooler - Shop for a high quality cooler at half the price. Go to: https://www.avantlink.com/click.php?tt=cl&merchant_id=fdaa7e76-35bf-4f93-a2f2-0ba0fd3f2dcd&website_id=1b4fdbbe-e41e-40ba-a3b4-8cd9bcb808a9&url=https%3A%2F%2Fbluecoolers.com%2F Shirts on Tap at https://shirtsontap.com/ and use the code rq7szr For $10 off your first order. Support the show by doing your Amazon shopping through our affiliate link: https://www.amazon.com?&linkCode=ll2&tag=thebrewerof0f-20&linkId=9b55e1b6e539fdf0c95b1fe02780c5a9&language=en_US&ref_=as_li_ss_tl
(NSFW) The guys sit down with Dave Walker (different Dave Walker) General Manager for Fate Brewing in Scottsdale. We talk about the what a general manager does and of course we have to put Dave through the infamous "Rapid Round"! We get the inside scope on the new Fate location in Phoenix. Then we get to the real reason we are here. Fate's Inaugural Sour & Sweet Beerfest! Coming to Old Town Scottsdale and the amazing Clayton House. About the Event: Fate Brewing Company will host the inaugural Sour & Sweet Beer Fest in Old Town Scottsdale on August 13. The new craft beer festival will feature more than 50 light and sour beers from 13 Arizona breweries, food from local food trucks and live music. Sour & Sweet Beer Fest will be held at The Clayton House, an event space located in the heart of Old Town Scottsdale at 3719 North 75th Street. Other participating breweries include: · O.H.S.O. Brewery · Grand Canyon Brewing Co. · Ranch Hand Brewing Co. · 12 West Brewing Co. · Huss Brewing Co. · Oro Brewing Co. · Desert Monks Brewing Co. · Goldwater Brewing Co. · Cider Corps · State 48 Brewery · Simple Machine Brewing Co. · Barrio Brewing Co. Food will be available for purchase from the Dilla Libre, French Me and Eis Café food trucks. Attendees in need of an extra cooldown can try the Blueberry Lemonade Sour, a collaborative dessert between Fate Brewing and Eis Café featuring a specialty sour and ice cream. General admission is $45 and includes a 1 p.m. entry, 15 tasting tickets and a commemorative glass, while the $65 VIP tickets add a 12 p.m. entry and a commemorative t-shirt. Admission for designated drivers is $10 and must be purchased with a VIP or GA ticket. Free parking will be available near the venue in the Civic Center Library garage. Attendees must be 21 or over. To purchase tickets for the Sour & Sweet Beer Fest, visit https://www.eventbrite.com/e/sour-sweet-beer-fest-tickets-345869443817 Our Guest Info: Fate Brewing Website Facebook Instagram Our Information: Music Credit: Takotsubo Men The assorted sounds of three ageing humans hitting things in a studio for five days. Beautifully nasty and pretty vile at times but ultimately gorgeous. Enjoy! Intro: Skint But Free Outro: Takotsubo Man Follow them! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TakotsuboMen Twitter: https://twitter.com/TakotsuboMen YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/TakotsuboMen Contact us! Instagram: @hoppycraftsmen Twitter: @hoppycraftsmen Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Hoppycraftsmen/ E-mail: email@example.com Blog: http://hoppycraftsmenpodcast.com/ YouTube: Hoppy Craftsmen – Craft Beer Podcast Support US! Buy Us a Beer! For as little as a dollar a month you can help a bearded white guy drink a good craft beer. Your generous donation will help supply thousands with the gift of more podcasts and we are pretty sure inappropriate humor as well. Invest in Us! Rate us on iTunes! Want to help us reach a bigger audience and keep the episodes coming? Then head over to iTunes and Give us a rating and feedback! Tell A Friend! Tell someone you know about our show! If you know that a friend likes or loves craft beer tell them to give us a listen. Or if you know someone who is new to craft beer and you are tired of telling them about the scene, let us be your soap box! Or have an amazing whale that you want to share with the world. Go on your social media platform of choice and give us a shout out. Use the hashtag #hoppycraftsmen and we'll respond in kind. Probably in some form of emoji and maybe a super rad type of comment. You get the picture.
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