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The original live show that brings professional brewer and homebrewer interviews, and the best in beer-tainment, right to you as we talk about homebrewing beer and craft brewing. Each episode covers specific brewing topics to inform and entertain, and world class professional brewers as guests. All the fun of real radio, without the boredom. Live listeners can participate and ask questions by joining our chatroom. Watch the live show at YouTube.com/brewingnetwork. Have a brewing question or ...
 
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
 
A bi-weekly homebrewing podcast dedicated to helping you learn to evaluate your beer and start down the path to judging beer. But also help you learn basic and advanced brewing concepts. In every episode we cover Beer Judging topics, we cover a beer style and review a commercial example you can sample along with, we also cover either a home brewing technical topic or a common flaw in beer and how to fix it.
 
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Every year the Brewers Association puts together the Craft Brewers Conference, or CBC, as a means for industry professionals to continue their education, network with peers and improve quality and performance. I attended this year’s CBC as a member of the media, and because there are plenty of beer pros that didn’t make it, I wanted to share a few …
 
Co-Owner Ryan Fry from Sudwerk Brewing Company joins us in the studio this week to discuss German lagers and the evolution of the Sudwerk brewery and brand. Ryan and his business partner Trenton Yackzan took over the brewery from Trenton's grandfather and have steadily been evolving it into the modern and award winning brewhouse that it is today. I…
 
Every year the Brewers Association puts together the Craft Brewers Conference, or CBC, as a means for industry professionals to continue their education, network with peers and improve quality and performance. I attended this year’s CBC as a member of the media, and because there are plenty of beer pros that didn’t make it, I wanted to share a few …
 
Every year the Brewers Association puts together the Craft Brewers Conference, or CBC, as a means for industry professionals to continue their education, network with peers and improve quality and performance. I attended this year’s CBC as a member of the media, and because there are plenty of beer pros that didn’t make it, I wanted to share a few …
 
Every year the Brewers Association puts together the Craft Brewers Conference, or CBC, as a means for industry professionals to continue their education, network with peers and improve quality and performance. I attended this year’s CBC as a member of the media, and because there are plenty of beer pros that didn’t make it, I wanted to share a few …
 
Every year the Brewers Association puts together the Craft Brewers Conference, or CBC, as a means for industry professionals to continue their education, network with peers and improve quality and performance. I attended this year’s CBC as a member of the media, and because there are plenty of beer pros that didn’t make it, I wanted to share a few …
 
Every year the Brewers Association puts together the Craft Brewers Conference, or CBC, as a means for industry professionals to continue their education, network with peers and improve quality and performance. I attended this year’s CBC as a member of the media, and because there are plenty of beer pros that didn’t make it, I wanted to share a few …
 
Every year the Brewers Association puts together the Craft Brewers Conference, or CBC, as a means for industry professionals to continue their education, network with peers and improve quality and performance. I attended this year’s CBC as a member of the media, and because there are plenty of beer pros that didn’t make it, I wanted to share a few …
 
Every year the Brewers Association puts together the Craft Brewers Conference, or CBC, as a means for industry professionals to continue their education, network with peers and improve quality and performance. I attended this year’s CBC as a member of the media, and because there are plenty of beer pros that didn’t make it, I wanted to share a few …
 
Recently we explored the basic four ingredients for beer. But the world is wide and vast, and so is the world of possible ingredients with which to brew. My next guest shares her story of exploring this adventurous world of flavor, foraging for ingredients and brewing beer from scratch. The Good Beer Matters Podcast comes to you with support from B…
 
Every year the Brewers Association puts together the Craft Brewers Conference, or CBC, as a means for industry professionals to continue their education, network with peers and improve quality and performance. I attended this year’s CBC as a member of the media, and because there are plenty of beer pros that didn’t make it, I wanted to share a few …
 
Every year the Brewers Association puts together the Craft Brewers Conference, or CBC, as a means for industry professionals to continue their education, network with peers and improve quality and performance. I attended this year’s CBC as a member of the media, and because there are plenty of beer pros that didn’t make it, I wanted to share a few …
 
We had two unique beverages on this week's show - a Mead and an ice cream-inspired Porter. The Mead was a sack-strength style mead, made with Blackberry Blossom Honey, and at 14%-ish, was very drinkable. A Salted Caramel Porter was in the second segment, based on the brewer's love of trying new styles and adding his own flair to them. For having ju…
 
We have been overly distracted by non-alcoholic beers as of late, and we show no signs of slowing. In fact, we brought Jamil on the show to talk to us about how NA beer is made, and some general rules of how we can make it at home. Then we talked with Jason, who sent in an American Brown Ale, and we convene the first ever Council of Jasons. Learn m…
 
Thank you for joining me for the past 100 interviews that discussed the knowledge and the wisdom my guests have shared about beer. For those of you who work in the food and beer industry, for those beer leaders and pushers of boundaries, and those who just appreciate good beer, I hope you'll to join me for the next 100. I’m Jeremy Storton and this …
 
Derek Gallanosa and Cory Meyer from Moksa Brewing Company return to The Session to talk about their amazing rise as one of the best breweries in California. From delicious, complex and unique Pastry Stouts to brilliant West Coast IPA's and delicious Hazy IPA's, these guys do it all. Tune in and learn about some of their techniques and original take…
 
When it comes to beer, we tend to think about malt, hops and yeast first without giving water much thought. But, besides holding all these ingredients together in our glass, water has a far greater impact than most of us realize. My next guest is an expert who helps us better understand why water matters. The Good Beer Matters Podcast comes to you …
 
We talk a lot about competitions, but not much about some good rules and guidelines to follow when planning one. Our first guest is Justin, and he's throwing a homebrew competition for his friend who passed away last year. Called, "Kunklefest", Justin wants a bit of help and reassurance from the Brians about planning something great. Then we have R…
 
How serious are you about competitive homebrewing? Do you do just enough to ensure your beer tastes good at the judging table, but beyond that, who cares? Are you interested in upping your medal count in the years to come? Andy and Matt run a Facebook group called "Competitive Homebrewing", and they are fanatics about one thing - winning. And shari…
 
For those who’ve never visited New Zealand, myself included, we may think of the tropical hop flavors that contributed to a significant shift in craft beer. My next guest is an American who has fully integrated herself into the beer culture of the Kiwis and guides us to better understand hops down under. The Good Beer Matters Podcast comes to you w…
 
For our first ever SF Beer Week Tasty Night, we record a star studded Session in honor of our Craft Beer Hero, Mike "Tasty" McDole. Tune in and hear from homebrewers turned pro under Tasty's guidance, pro brewers who are still inspired by his techniques today, and of course his co-hosts who love him dearly. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit m…
 
A blast from the past! Chad Moshier, the Session's former producer, joins the show as the Brewmaster at Bankhead Brewing Co. out of Rowlett, Texas. Chad is in town for our very special Tasty Tribute Night at The Hop Grenade. Much has changed in Chad's life since the good ol' days of living with Justin at the Rat Pad. He's now a husband, father, and…
 
We love good beer and often take it for granted. But, there’s something we should know. The growing, cultivation and distribution of hops is more challenging, impactful, and more dangerous than we might think. My next guest explains the larger world of hops so we can better appreciate what’s in our glass. The Good Beer Matters Podcast comes to you …
 
Barley is a type of grass where the seeds are turned to malt to serve as the foundation of beer flavor. But, it can be so much more. In a water-starved and culturally sensitive region, my next guest creates world-class malt that contributes solutions to both, as well as delicious beer. The Good Beer Matters Podcast comes to you with support from Br…
 
Not only did we have some Hazy IPA talk to open the show, but we opened a triple IPA, as well. That's what happens when you have 4 BJCP beer judges on one show, I guess. after the break, Brian and Brian - along with guests Jon and Hirindu, talked about the Mead Judging program and their experiences with it. Hirindu runs the educational arm for Mead…
 
It's the Mead Show on today's Dr. Homebrew! Our first guest is Michael Fairbrother of Moonlight Meadery, who heard we were going to be using his meads as judging fodder and hacked our internet stream to sit in with us. He talked about styles of meads, how he approaches the ones he makes, and if judges perception matters to him. Learn more about you…
 
New Executive Director of the American Homebrewers Association, Julia Herz joins The Session to talk about the past, present and future of homebrewing. Julia has had an extensive career in the Craft Beer business and brings a fresh perspective to the hobby. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
This week on The Session Justin and the crew welcome Arizona Wilderness Brewing Company to the studio. Founder Jonathan Buford, Co Owner Patrick Ware, and Head of People and Culture, Johanna Lortsher are reinventing what it means to be a small brewery. By creating a blueprint for sustainability, ethical brewing and employment, and environmentally c…
 
This episode kicks off a Good Beer Matters mini-series exploring the ingredients that go into the liquid we love. The four main ingredients in beer have different roles, but work synergistically to build something worth drinking. My next guests and I begin by taking a look at the very foundation of beer flavor … malt. The Good Beer Matters Podcast …
 
Taking up a sour beer project is never easy - just ask Neriah. He crafted a base beer to sour and age, then one to blend back as a young beer, all while splitting the batch and fruiting it two different ways. One entry had Sauvignon Blanc grape juice added and the other had Malbec grape juice. That's a lot of work! Did it pay off for him? Find out!…
 
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