Episode 76 is worth a thousand words, or hashtags at any rate. One of the most visually engaging storytellers in the craft beer space joins the podcast to talk about his journey. Meet Daniyel Garcia, who you may know as louiebaton.
Episode 73 features The Bancreagie Sour Peated Ale from Brau Brothers in Marshall, Minn. It’s a barrel-aged, soured Scotch ale with smoked specialty grains coming in at 11.5% ABV. Sound like a mouthful? It is. We break it down by answering three key questions before we turn our attention to cracking the beer open.
This week’s tasting notes take you from the West Coast to the Midwest, featuring nine craft beers from Wed., Feb. 19 through Tues., Feb. 25. See detailed descriptions and pictures of beers from Stone Brewing Co., Firestone Walker, Societe, Coronado, Drake’s, Begyle, Half Acre and Hoppin Frog.
Episode 72 features Kris Ketcham, brewing manager at Stone Brewing World Bistro & Gardens – Liberty Station. I recently sat down with Kris to talk about his craft beer journey, which started with baptism by fire with Arrogant Bastard Ale and now has him leading the brewing operations at Liberty Station. Sounds pretty awesome, right?…
Episode 71 puts the spotlight on a brand new hop varietal, Yakima #291, in a single-hopped IPA. It’s the first installment in the new big bottle Harvest series from Sierra Nevada. Throughout 2014, this five-part series will explore a range of diverse hopping methods – something the California-based brewery knows a thing or two about.
This week’s tasting notes feature craft beers from Milwaukee Brewing Co., Mad River, Karl Strauss, Hangar 24, Boulevard and Ballast Point, spanning Wed., Feb. 12 through Tues., Feb. 18.