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After 7 years of being anonymous, 1.5 million words written about beer, and preaching the gospel of Barleywine is Life, Don't Drink Beer's Alex Kidd gets into the deep, dark world of podcasting. Joining him are his co-hosts, comedy writers and performers Stephen Loh and Michael Gabriel. Together they explore the absurd underbelly of the craft beer world while also discussing movies, music, video games, pop culture, and their sad, basement dwelling lives.
 
Craft Beer and brewery reviews, mixed with a little pub chat from The Brit and Yankee Pub Studios located somewhere in Chicagoland, presented by Landlord Phil Clark (The Brit), and co-hosts, Chuck Fort (head brewer at Church Street Brewing), and Ken McMullen (head brewer at Hopvine Brewing). Nominated for 2007 and 2016 Podcast Awards, we podcast for the love of beer!
 
Dr. Homebrew breaks down your home brewed beer and gives you the feedback you're looking for to improve your brewing! Join JP, along with his co-hosts, BJCP Master Judges Brian Cooper and Brian Schar, as they dissect listener-submitted homebrew and provide tips and tricks to improve your brewing! Have questions or want your beer evaluated on Dr. Homebrew? Email us at drhomebrew@thebrewingnetwork.com
 
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Listen as the Malty Boyz™ make humor out of their observations at their local open mic. Then Alex and Stephen each bring in a barleywine that occupy opposite ends of the barleybob spectrum. Michael goes full slushy. In the Beer News, a bar in Australia has a BYOContainer fire sale while an Indiana brewery's post about shifting to a no-tipping syste…
 
What happens when you attempt one style of beer, but undershoot your numbers? Can you call it something else entirely? If you do, can you enter it in competition and still expect to do well? Sorry for all the questions up front, but it's been that kind of day. Anyway, come find out the answers to these - and more - on this episode of Dr. Homebrew! …
 
Get the Malt Couture Officially Licensed T-shirt! TeeSpring.com/MaltCoutureOfficialShirt The Brewers Association releases a statement regarding vaccine mandates for businesses with more than 100 employees when the median brewery employment size is 12 people. After drinking Beachwood Brewing off air for years, the Malty Boyz™ finally feature them on…
 
We finally made it up to Lake Zurich and to a brewery that we have long wanted to check out and sample their brews, and with a 4th Anniversary looming at the end of September this was the right time! Roaring Table Brewing has been slowly but surely producing some of the finest brews in the area, and even national craft industry magazines are starti…
 
Say his name in a 5-star review and Pizza Dood appears with a pizza in hand, bottled water, and a thirst for whales. He only takes boss pours, always checks in on Untappd, and never brings any beers. He's goddamn fucking Pizza Dood. Alex leads Stephen and Michael through another game about overpriced bourbon. Barleywine is opened when Horus decides…
 
Alex is back from paternity leave and he's been saving up some gems to share including a Fantome and some barleybob. Speaking of Fantome, in the Beer News, Dany Prignon is looking for a business partner to help continue Fantome although some of the intent behind his offer might have been lost in the translation. During the Bottle Share, Alex brings…
 
Brave Noise is a global open collaboration spearheaded by Brienne Allan (@ratmagnet) that aims to provide awareness and create action for safe and inclusive environments in the beer industry. Brave Noise's public relations manager and founder of Women of the Bevolution, Ash Eliot, sits down with us to discuss the goal and message of Brave Noise. Fo…
 
Kolsch is one of those pale golden beer styles that is seeing a mini-resurgence, alongside lager beer, so what better time to attempt a commercial calibration! Brian and Brian were able to go out and find a classic example of the style (as listed by the BJCP), called "Frü". Then we chat with BJCP legend Dave Teckam. He's legendary not only for bein…
 
It's a battle for the ages as fermentation science battles pastry science! Four beers go head-to-head against four pies to determine the fate of the world's jankiest beer podcast! Banana cream pie, Mexican chocolate pie, black pepper cherry pie, and strawberry pie go up against their beer counterparts represented by Corporate Ladder Brewing Company…
 
Back to work on Dr. Homebrew, as we see two beers today. Well, one beer and one Braggot. The braggot was billed as having a Stout base, but that's not altogether true. The American Barleywine was brewed with Rye as an added ingredient. Was that a good idea? Find out! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
When a fat cat in his ivory tower like Alex gets sent box after box of beers, sometimes peasants like Stephen and Michael get to taste some of the discarded treasures that Alex has no time for. This is trickle down beeranomics. Listen to your two favorite Malty Boyz™ chew the gristle of Alex's otherwise big, meaty boxes. In the Beer News, beer, piz…
 
With Alex away on paternity leave, Stephen and Michael honor the newest newest Malty Boy with a lactose laden episode. But before they get into their dairy fueled fever dream they try the latest hype stout release from Pulpit Rock Brewing Co. reluctantly shared by Alex himself. Alex also provides an update about his life as a father and some other …
 
Hear tales from one of the OG craft beer brewers in the US: Alan Sprints of the legendary Hair of the Dog Brewing Company. Hear about Alan's love of soup and his early days brewing some terrible heffs then listen to Alex and Stephen grovel for a Dave. Michael slept in. For more Malt-terrogations and weekly bonus content head over to our Patreon at …
 
A White IPA and an American Amber Ale are on the roster for tonight's show, and we can already hear you asking "What the hell is a White IPA?" Well, you're gonna find out when we do, as Colin decided to test our beer category threshold. Then Nate jumps on with an American Amber Ale. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
The Malty Boyz join a crime family but they also get to flex their acting chops, and no, we're not talking about chops the same way Michael talks about chops. We watch two beer related commercials, one made out of spite and the other made using one PMG himself and also A BEAR! Coors taps the rink when they brew a batch of beer using ice collected d…
 
The all American show, as we jump into two classic styles! First up is Colin, back again, with his American Pale Ale. Then we are joined by Vito, who sent us his take on an American Amber Ale, which has a pretty good backstory to it. Good stuff! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
As it is written in the strains, so it shall come to pass. Alex digs up an article that pairs zodiac signs with yeast strains and the Malty Boyz™ now realize what their true personalities are. In the Beer News, dumb beers laws are updated with slightly less stupid beer laws when Texas allows beer to be sold at 10am on Sundays instead of noon and Vi…
 
This batch is all about family. When the Malty Boyz™ talk about BrewDog giving away a solid gold can of beer that's mostly brass, they're talking about family. When they drink Yellow Bus from Lost Abbey they're double clutching and granny shifting in the bus because of family. When Michael leads Alex and Stephen through a trivia game about F9? Fami…
 
In a super busy summer, Ryan and Evan sat down to catch up on good beers and great summer times. Ryan gives a breakdown of a recent share with some friends and their favorite beers of the night - unfruited lambics and barleywines! We also talk about what's left for the rest of the summer and what beers we are looking forward to enjoying the most!…
 
The Malty Boyz™ dive into the deepest depths of hype depravity when they try the first offering from Blue Run Spirits headed by a Nike designer and Facebook tech bro and bite into Burger King's new Ch'King sandwich before playing a round of The Hype is Right. Plus, a brewery in Denver auctions off a NFT that gives the buyer free beer for life and P…
 
Not much to say about this episode except that we miss our dear friend and prior co-host, Mark Naski. This podcast recorded in 2012 was our first with Mark, and he taught us beer school, from John's Tavern (now also no more) in Winfield. He joined the show as our technical expert and we never looked back. He will be sorely missed, but we will celeb…
 
For our very first Malt Seat suspect we brought in none other than the saison czar of Capitola: Tim Clifford of Sante Adarius Rustic Ales! Hear the tale of how dank the worst beer he ever brewed was and how he keeps it local when it comes to Brew, Buy, Kill, his go-to beer in college, and his ideal collab partners. For more Malt-terrogations and we…
 
A second 'vacation' recording, and this time we are at the Sedona Beer Company, gazing at the beautiful red rocks and getting a good dose of vortex energy. Heading up this operation, together with her husband Mack, is Sedona native Kali Gajewski. The Brit sat down in the beautiful patio beer garden and chatted with Kali, while sampling a couple of …
 
The Beer Institute reports that beer consumption did not increase during the pandemic and The Malty Boyz™ investigate these claims by talking to the Beer Institute CEO Big Jim Gravy. Also in the Beer News, iconic Denver beer bar Falling Rock closes it's doors and Corona files a lawsuit against... itself? Then in the Bottleshare, Alex brings in the …
 
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