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
3 days before Bobby Bendily, my favorite homebrewer in NYC, left us to return home and open his own brewery in NOLA, I had the privilege to sit down with him and have one last session.
Also in late March, I sat down with Hollis Smith. Hollis is an ambitious and courageous brewer who always thinks outside the style boxes. Join us as we discuss her preparing to conquer her next fermentation obsession, cider.
In late March, I sat down with Sean Torres, Co-Founder and (at the time) President of Staten Island's homebrew club Pour Standards. Join me in a wide-ranging conversation with one of my favorite people in the NYC homebrew scene.