Brew To Share #021

Jimmy Carbone (of Jimmy's No. 43 & The Good Beer Seal) and Paul Dlugokencky (Owner,Blind Bat Brewery) join me in this episode. 

 Jimmy Carbone

Jimmy Carbone

 Paul Dlugokencky

Paul Dlugokencky

Plus, in a new segment called "Ask A Brewminary" I'm joined by Katarina Martinez. 

 Katarina Martinez

Katarina Martinez


Jimmy’s No 43 -

Good Beer Seal -

Blind Bat Brewery -

NYC Brewers Choice -

NYC Beer Week Events -

Brewminaries Homebrew Club -

Bitter & Esters -

Brew To Share #020

Jason Sahler is the owner and head brewer of Strong Rope Brewery, which opened in December of 2015 at 547A President Street in Gowanus, Brooklyn near the corner of President and 4th. The tap room at Strong Rope is open 5-10 Thursdays and Fridays, 12-10 on Saturdays, and 12-8 on Sundays. For more information on Strong Rope, please visit

I also take a few minutes after last week's Pour Standards meeting at Flagship Brewery out on Staten Island to sit down with past President Sean Torres and current President Patrick Wade. Torres was my guest on episode #001 of this podcast and Wade was guest #007. We talk about the upcoming event Brew For Autism. For more information and for tickets, please visit

Brew to Share #006

I sit down with one of the great guys in the local NYC beer scene and the co-owner of my LHBS Bitter & Esters, John LaPolla. John is a key figure that has given a lot of inspiration to me and many of my fellow brewers. He instills the sense of community that makes the local NYC scene so great. In this episode, we talk about community, beer dripping from the ceiling of America's oldest brewery, and the event we are organizing together; the NYC Brewers Pro-Am.

The Pro-Am features one-of-a-kind collaboration beers with local homebrewers and local professional breweries Finback, Greenpoint Beer and Ale Co., Other Half, Rockaway, and Sixpoint. 

Since we forgot to mention it on the podcast, tickets are still available for both sessions the Pro-Am on June 27, 2015 at