We are joined by beer-leberity comedy beer blogger, Alex Kidd of Don't Drink Beer. We discuss how DDB got started, randalling beer through hamburgers, defining shitlords, why pastry stouts and pastry hops are so hot right now and much much more.
We are joined by our most downloaded, most requested guest, Mr. Bobby Mathews. Bobby drops a big bombshell on us about his future in SD then moves on to give us the raw, unfiltered 411 on where to drink in San Diego. We can promise you that Bobby holds nothing back and this episode is a must listen.
We are joined this week by founder and CEO of The Bruery, Patrick Rue. We are celebrating the 8th year of the infamous Black Tuesday Bourbon Barrel Aged Imperial Stout, and we talk about the making of this special beer, the process behind it and more. We also touch on the newly formed Off Shoot Beer Co. and adapting to the current craft climate.
We are joined this week with founder of La Cumbre Brewing out of Albuquerque, New Mexico. Topics of discussion include recent Arizona expansin news, hop selection, the art of expanding, the scarce Nelson crop and much more.
We are joined by one of the most talented brewers in California, Mr. Alex Tweet of Fieldwork Brewing. We discuss Tweet's beginnings in the beer industry, down in San Diego and his big move up north to Fieldwork Brewing. Items of discussion include the East Coast / West Coast IPA debate, IPA being treated as a collectible, and Fieldwork's satellite strategy that's taking over Northern California.
This week, we are joined by Levi Funk. Levi Funk is the owner and founder of Funk Factory Geuzeria in Wisconsin, as well as the owner of Untitled Art. We learned about Levi's beginning, his love of lambic and the evolution of the Wisconsin beer scene.
Our long time friends Brian Herbertson (Herbie Homebrew) and Greg Bechtel have combined forces and talent to launch a brewery for the wildly popular pub chain Simmzy's. We hear of both men's tales of how they got into the industry and what it was like to construct a small brewery from the ground up.