After a brief hiatus, the Brew To Share podcast is back! This episode I sit down with Andrew Said Thomas.
Jimmy Carbone (of Jimmy's No. 43 & The Good Beer Seal) and Paul Dlugokencky (Owner,Blind Bat Brewery) join me in this episode.
Plus, in a new segment called "Ask A Brewminary" I'm joined by Katarina Martinez.
Jimmy’s No 43 - http://jimmysno43.com/
Good Beer Seal - http://goodbeerseal.com/
Blind Bat Brewery - http://blindbatbrewery.com/
NYC Brewers Choice - http://nycbrewerschoice.com/
NYC Beer Week Events - http://newyorkcitybrewersguild.com/beer-week/2016-beer-week/
Brewminaries Homebrew Club - http://www.brewminaries.com/
Bitter & Esters - http://bitterandesters.com/
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 http://strongropebrewery.com/.
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 brewforautism.com.
This episode, I chat with Joshua M. Bernstein at his home in Brooklyn. Josh is my favorite beer writer, a mentor, and a friend. I hope you enjoy this conversation.
This episode, I sit down with Alex Kalaf, the Events Chair for the Brewminaries.
I sit down with one of my favorite people in the NYC beer scene, Katarina Martinez. We talk about beer, naming beer, and plans to start a new brewery in NYC.
Paul Camarca joins me this week for a one-on-one conversation about beer and homebrewing, growing hops and events coming up in our area in the next few months.
This episode, I sit down with William Reder, co-owner of Julia's Beer and Wine Bar in Ridgewood, Queens. We discuss brewing beer, drinking beer, our favorite breweries in NYC, and about the effort it takes to start a business.
This episode I sit down with Merlin Ward, the Vice Dictator of the Brewminaries to talk about brewing, our favorite yeasts, and the Brewminaries event Prost! taking place this Saturday, September 26th. Advanced tickets are still available online at prostnyc.com.
In this episode, I sit down with the always hilarious Michael Laplante. We talk about fatherhood, the BJCP course, drinking local, and co-curating a tap list at the newly opened Mekelburg's in Brooklyn. Please visit http://www.mekelburgs.com//
This episode's guest is Alex Biedermann. Alex is an award-winning homebrewer with a talent for making amazing sour beers. His IPAs are also killer. He's also just a great person to talk to about beer as you'll hear in this week's episode.
Patrick Wade and I talk gose recipe formulation, learning to love all kinds of beers, and future plans for Pour Standards, Staten Island's homebrew club
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 http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/1635462.
In this episode, I sit down with Chris Cuzme. Cuzme along with his partner Mary Izett are Cuzett Libations, gypsy brewers in Brooklyn, NY. They also host the radio program Fuhmentaboudit! on the Heritage Radio Network, a personal favorite program of mine that is also archived on Stitcher and iTunes. In this session, we discuss his homebrew roots, going pro, and how you take your beer from concept to glass.
This episode, I sit down with Sheri Jewhurst, the "Dictator" of the Brewminaries; NYC's newest homebrew club. Having only begun in March, already our group boasts a membership of more than 40 and an ambitious schedule of activities. Sheri is our leader. We talk about the group, her own brewing, and our club's future plans. For more information on the Brewminaries, visit www.brewminaries.com