Beer festivals, growing hops and making beer (and wine).
This week Doug and Tony talk brew days, beer haze and moving beer around the country and the world. Homebrew FAQ Planning a Big Brew Day Our club, Lancaster Fairfield Homebrew Crew, is fairly new being almost two years old. more »
This week, Doug and tony talk about how to deal with kegging at home, why beer does or doesn’t taste like where it’s from, the precarious situation of breweries that are on the outs, and the continuing importance of reusing more »
This week’s show, covering everything from fermentation temps to gimmicky beer is (as many of you know) more than a little late. First, I left my microphones home, so I heavily edited the podcast (it sounds fine, just not the more »
This week, Doug and Tony discuss why down stocks are good for craft beer and whether we need a lot of craft light lagers. Also, homebrewing tips and tricks about water and some breaking(ish) news on marketing mergers in craft more »
This week Tony Russo sits down with Revelation’s Patrick Staggs, Dewey Beer Co.’s Mike Reilly and Big Oyster’s Andrew Harton to talk about what it’s like running a small brewery in the summer on the Shore.
This week Doug and Tony take a look at the Independent brewing seal, Sam Adams’ new approach to its contest and the making of the rotation nation narrative.
This week we have a show on the road talking with Patrick Staggs, owner and brewer at Revelation Brewing in Rehoboth. Patrick talks about Revelation’s first year and some of his plans for the next few. We also have a more »
It’s a topsy-turvey world
This week Shawn Hager pinch hits for Doug and talks about how to make sure your beer is going to taste the way judges want it to taste in homebrew competitions. In the news: Dogfish Head, Guinness, and the alcohol tax.