George takes a trip to Iceland and of course spent the majority of the time in craft breweries. We discuss the troubles with diacetyl and how you can avoid it in part 2.
This was fun. We talked about different grains that people will run into and dissected a grain information sheet. What exactly is mealy? Is moisture important? Tune in and find out.
We, along with a friend of the show Rich, take the time to judge six inexpensive beers. Honestly the results might be a bit of a surprise. Wow that sounds clickbait…. thats my bad.Continue reading →
Jason and company talk about the adventures of winemaking and how is differs from the art and style that is homebrewed beer.Continue reading →
After a trip for a hockey game we talk about a selection of beer from North Carolina. An interesting question also came up; what makes a brewery local? How much of a presence do they need to really be local to the beer scene?
Right on the heels of some conversations and one episode we did on social responsibility comes the Founders saga. We talk about the event, some of the fallout, and what can and should happen as a move forward for the company / industry.
I mean…. why
A Christmas trip to Kentucky brought up a number of questions and discoveries for us. Historical beers are a super interesting topic to delve into. We only scratch the surface here and spend a bunch of time on it.
Jason and I are two very white guys talking on a podcast, but we are not blind to the issues of minority and gender relations in the brewing industry. We take time to talk about what responsibility does a brewery have to their local community to be more than just a provider of quality beer and a place to hang out after a hard workday.
We revived an old portion of our podcast as a full episodes. Rather than reviewing single beers though we try to review entire breweries and predict the future of who will be around and what they will look like.