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EP-155 Alex Kidd of Don't Drink Beer

1/20/2018
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In craft beer, so much of the conversations we lead are less about the beer we’re drinking and more about how we identify with it, or the person who made it, or who owns that company and how that reflects back on our own self-image. Craft beer is a foggy mirror that way. And we get caught up in so many contradictions, hypocrisies, and in some cases, some serous self hatred as a culture. Basically, we’re a consumer base and an industry ripe for satire. Today’s guest is one of the most...

Duration: 00:59:42


EP-154 John Keeling of Fuller Smith & Turner

1/13/2018
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Fuller Smith & Turner, or Fuller’s as it’s more commonly known, is the oldest surviving brewery in London, as well as being one of its largest. Fuller’s has been brewing at The Griffin Brewery in Chiswick, West London, for more than 160 years. The face of the British brewing industry has undergone tremendous change many times over during the course of its existence. Now, in 2018, the brewery faces fresh challenges – such as finding relevance in a market that constantly craves the rare and...

Duration: 00:59:16


Salud! — Scott Shor, Edmund's Oast, Charleston

1/6/2018
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This episode is part of a series of interviews recorded in December at Salud Sourfest, an annual beer festival hosted in Charlotte, North Carolina. The event attracts a curated selection of skilled, sour-making breweries from around the country, with a heavy presence from the Mid-Atlantic region. Sourfest represents a kind of festival that's rapidly growing in popularity, where attending breweries often run in the same circles or share a like-minded ethos, making for a special occasion for...

Duration: 00:22:03


Salud! — Jason Pellett, Orpheus Brewing, Atlanta

1/6/2018
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This episode is part of a series of interviews recorded in December at Salud Sourfest, an annual beer festival hosted in Charlotte, North Carolina. The event attracts a curated selection of skilled, sour-making breweries from around the country, with a heavy presence from the Mid-Atlantic region. Sourfest represents a kind of festival that's rapidly growing in popularity, where attending breweries often run in the same circles or share a like-minded ethos, making for a special occasion for...

Duration: 00:22:50


Salud! — Patrick Woodson, Brewery Bhavana, Raleigh, North Carolina

1/6/2018
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This episode is part of a series of interviews recorded in December at Salud Sourfest, an annual beer festival hosted in Charlotte, North Carolina. The event attracts a curated selection of skilled, sour-making breweries from around the country, with a heavy presence from the Mid-Atlantic region. Sourfest represents a kind of festival that's rapidly growing in popularity, where attending breweries often run in the same circles or share a like-minded ethos, making for a special occasion for...

Duration: 00:28:05


Salud! — Barry Labendz, Kent Falls Brewing

1/6/2018
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This episode is part of a series of interviews recorded in December at Salud Sourfest, an annual beer festival hosted in Charlotte, North Carolina. The event attracts a curated selection of skilled, sour-making breweries from around the country, with a heavy presence from the Mid-Atlantic region. Sourfest represents a kind of festival that's rapidly growing in popularity, where attending breweries often run in the same circles or share a like-minded ethos, making for a special occasion for...

Duration: 00:27:05


Salud! — Jason Glunt, Salud Beer Shop of Charlotte, North Carolina

1/6/2018
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This episode is part of a series of interviews recorded in December at Salud Sourfest, an annual beer festival hosted in Charlotte, North Carolina. The entire series of interviews is here! These episodes feature: Jason Glunt, founder of the festival host, Salud Beer Shop of Charlotte ,North Carolina Barry Labendz, co-founder of Connecticut's Kent Falls Brewing Jason Pellett, founder and brewmaster of Atlanta's Orpheus Brewing Patrick Woodson, head brewer and co-founder of Raleigh, North...

Duration: 00:25:00


EP-153 Jennifer Myers and Tom Thompson of Bottomless Brewing

12/30/2017
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When I tell people I’m originally from Upstate New York, it typically comes with a qualifier: an extra “up” tacked on as an awkward prefix to create Up-Upstate New York. If I just stick to regular, old “Upstate,” there’s a good chance people will assume I’m talking about some place in Westchester County. It’s a never-ending discussion, trying to figure out non-specific geographic boundaries, but the real reason it has importance is because it paints the picture that there is so much more...

Duration: 01:16:03


FF-10 Jim Plachy's Top 50 beer list gets ruined and a member says the word of the day

12/26/2017
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Welcome to another episode of The Fervent Few podcast. Every few weeks we present you with this bonus episode of the GBH podcast where we chat with members of our subscriber community. The Fervent Few subscribe to GBH like a magazine making a monthly contribution via Patreon. Members join us in a forum to talk about a wide range of topics that doesn’t just stop at beer. And every week we pick one of these topics and present the community’s answers to readers in the form of an article...

Duration: 00:58:46


EP-152 Adam + Grace Robbings of Reuben's Brews

12/23/2017
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There’s a lot beer lovers may miss when they travel to the Pacific Northwest, a region overwhelmed not just with breweries, but really good ones. And while there are plenty of businesses that captivate beer geeks, one in particular has long caught my eye. Seattle's Reuben's Brews is something of rocket ship in an area pleasantly saturated with some of the best beer in the country. The name might not sound familiar to those outside Washington, but Reuben’s is one of the fastest growing...

Duration: 01:07:17


MU-009 Anchor Steam Beer

12/21/2017
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Our resident composer for the podcast and our commercial video work, Andrew Thiboldeaux, is writing original scores devoted to beers he finds fascinating. These are interpretations of the experience of drinking them. But they're also just great tunes.

Duration: 00:02:23


EP-151 Dan + Tome Lowe of Fourpure Brewing Co.

12/16/2017
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The UK’s independent brewing scene is booming. Recent figures from the British Beer and Pub association put the number of active breweries in the UK at over 2000, meaning that the UK has more breweries than any other European nation. At the heart of this growth have been the UK’s metropolitan areas, cities such as London, Manchester, Newcastle, Bristol and many more. Thankfully that growth hasn’t been restricted to the cities, with more breweries choosing to establish themselves in smaller...

Duration: 01:07:54


FF-009 Jim Plachy tries to remember FoBAB and a Fervent Few member talks about distribution in Southern California

12/13/2017
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Welcome to another episode of The Fervent Few podcast. Every few weeks we present you with this bonus episode of the GBH podcast where we chat with members of our subscriber community. The Fervent Few subscribe to GBH like a magazine making a monthly contribution via Patreon. Members join us in a forum to talk about a wide range of topics that doesn’t just stop at beer. And every week we pick one of these topics and present the community’s answers to readers in the form of an article...

Duration: 00:45:46


EP-150 Tom Oliver of Oliver's Cider & Perry

12/9/2017
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This past fall when myself and Hillary Schuster, our experience director were in London for the Beavertown Extravaganza and Uppers & Downers, we were thrilled to get outside the city for a couple of days to visit one of my favorite cider makers in the world, Tom Oliver. He was pouring at the Extravaganza of course, right next to Other Half, which made me laugh a bit as I entered, seeing dozens of people, rightly waiting in line for Other Half’s beers, and a nearly empty line for Oliver’s...

Duration: 01:02:39


EP-149 Erik Lars Myers of Mystery Brewing

12/1/2017
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The Brewers Association loves to tout the ever-growing number of small and independent breweries that are popping up across the country. It’s gotten to the point where there’s really no type of geographical area that’s without some hometown beer. In North Carolina, the number of breweries has ballooned in recent years, with businesses finding homes all over. While you might have heard of places like Asheville, Charlotte or Raleigh and Durham, the town of Hillsborough probably isn’t...

Duration: 01:55:31


FF-008 Jim Plachy talks #brands and a member describes the best $5 he spends a month

11/23/2017
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Welcome to another episode of The Fervent Few podcast. Every few weeks we present you with this bonus episode of the GBH podcast where we chat with members of our subscriber community. The Fervent Few subscribe to GBH like a magazine making a monthly contribution via Patreon. Members join us in a forum to talk about a wide range of topics that doesn’t just stop at beer. And every week we pick one of these topics and present the community’s answers to readers in the form of an article...

Duration: 00:52:25


FF-008 Jim Plachy talks #brands and a member describes the best $5 he spends a month

11/22/2017
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Welcome to another episode of The Fervent Few podcast. Every few weeks we present you with this bonus episode of the GBH podcast where we chat with members of our subscriber community. The Fervent Few subscribe to GBH like a magazine making a monthly contribution via Patreon. Members join us in a forum to talk about a wide range of topics that doesn’t just stop at beer. And every week we pick one of these topics and present the community’s answers to readers in the form of an article...

Duration: 00:42:45


#SHELTONFEST2017 — Paul Brouwer of Oedipus Brewing

11/20/2017
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Today’s episode is part of a series of talks we recorded at the Shelton Brothers festival back in August in Atlanta — a phenomenal gathering of some of the best brewers in the world, as well as a few niche cider and wine makers, all holding their own in one of the most diverse and interesting product portfolios that’s ever been assembled. The folks from Shelton Brothers gave us a room, and free rein to curate talks with anyone we wanted, on any topics we wished. It’s a somewhat speedy...

Duration: 00:16:32


#SHELTONFEST2017 — Chris Herron of Creature Comforts

11/20/2017
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Today’s episode is part of a series of talks we recorded at the Shelton Brothers festival back in August in Atlanta — a phenomenal gathering of some of the best brewers in the world, as well as a few niche cider and wine makers, all holding their own in one of the most diverse and interesting product portfolios that’s ever been assembled. The folks from Shelton Brothers gave us a room, and free rein to curate talks with anyone we wanted, on any topics we wished. It’s a somewhat speedy...

Duration: 00:27:22


#SHELTONFEST2017 — Amber Watts, Ron Extract, and Jason Hansen of Garden Path Fermentation

11/20/2017
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Today’s episode is part of a series of talks we recorded at the Shelton Brothers festival back in August in Atlanta — a phenomenal gathering of some of the best brewers in the world, as well as a few niche cider and wine makers, all holding their own in one of the most diverse and interesting product portfolios that’s ever been assembled. The folks from Shelton Brothers gave us a room, and free rein to curate talks with anyone we wanted, on any topics we wished. It’s a somewhat speedy...

Duration: 00:27:06

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