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Best Chris Lukianenko podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Chris Lukianenko podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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This episode is the usual mix of taking the piss, back slapping and little gems of info they that the Pro & Protege drop along the way! This time, we are talking about Kettle Sours, and then we move into adding fruit into beers. Both Ben and Dave are very experienced with these styles...Dave sips on a Blood Orange Gose while we chat, and Ben has be…
 
China...allegedly the second hardest place in the world to open a craft brewery and Carl Setzer from Great Leap Brewing said "Challenge Accepted"!! Enjoy this extended play interview, Carl had a lot of great stories to tell, so I just wound him up and let him go for it! In this episode he talks about: The importance of combining the chinese stories…
 
Mentioning the name Sea Legs Brewing outside of the Sunshine State might draw a few blank looks from beer lovers, it certainly snuck up on me, and I’d like to think I have my finger in the beer pulse in this country. I was flicking through the Gram and came across one of their posts somehow. One click through to their profile and a few photos later…
 
The wonderful world of yeast is the topic for discussion on this episode, and there is a lot to cover off on! Among the piss taking and laughter, there are some serious bits of knowledge being dropped by the lads this week. In this episode, we cover: Yeast flavours and aromas Rules for yeast usage Over pitching Collecting and cleaning yeast Starter…
 
Strap yourselves in, this is a long one! On the back of a long lunch and some strange meetings that required them to taste test their own products, the boys are fully charged, have a lot of opinions, and want to share them with you! The lads just took me on a fantastic voyage with this one, so much so that I threw away my notes and just ran with it…
 
The Tasmanian beer scene was a little slower that other states to get on board with the craft beer idea, but in recent years the number of small breweries in the state has increased. As they say in the classics, a rising lifts all boats, and as brewers around the state have increased their brewing knowledge, the whole industry has benefited. And no…
 
Matt Moore is like a wound up spring, so make sure you listen good! Bright Tank Brewing in East Perth is one of the many amazing breweries that are building the best beer scene in the land, according to Matt! Not one to do things by halves, Matt rund his brewery, still consults in the construction industry and trades currencies in his spare time! M…
 
In case you didn’t notice, our craft beer scene in Australia is maturing quickly. We are well past our formative years, made a few mistakes as we great up and now I think we are in a bit of an adolescent phase. We are finding out who we are, what we stand for and are forging our own identity. The same can be said for many craft breweries around the…
 
Anyone who loves 90's hip hop is an immediate friend of mine...enter Ed Nolle. One half of the dynamic duo behind Dollar Bill Brewing Co. Wife, Fiona, is also a hip hop lover...she likes Naughty By Nature!! Anyway, this is a story of wild ales, intricate labels, playing with yeast and relying on your palate to blend up some wicked beers! https://do…
 
So this episode got off to kind of a rough start, but the mistake I made in calling Brian Watson, Brian Hamilton was actually a blessing in disguise. Why? Well, because I had his name wrong (the Good George Brewery is in Hamilton, hence my error), my research didn't turn yup much about his friggen amazing career...this guy is an OG, right up there …
 
Well it's not every day you get to speak to the Managing Director and Head Brewer of a brewery, but I guess that just speaks to how generous Brick Lane Brewing are with their time and resources. There is so much I didn't know about Brick Lane before this chat, and both gents were really open and honest with how their brewery got up and running, and…
 
It's been a Baptism of Fire (no pun intended) for Sanctus Brewing. They are yet to celebrate their first birthday and they have already experienced devastating bushfires and a worldwide pandemic. Many would have folded under such pressure, but not Head Brewer Banjo Hillier...he is just getting on with all of his jobs, from handyman to gardener and …
 
Wanna learn something about Hazy beers, or have a laugh...why can't we just have both? In this episode, Dave and Ben talk about their favourite hazy beers and how to brew them. They also answer all of your questions you submitted on https://www.facebook.com/BeerHealer Listen in for a way you can win some Akasha beer, paid for by me!!…
 
If you love a good Home Brew to Pro story, then the story of how Cornel started Shambles will be right in your wheel house! He goes deep on this one, letting us all in on how his most popular beer started life as a mistake made when commissioning the brewery; how his business plan and his spreadsheets never included a plan for a core range, and how…
 
Maybe I am starting to get better at this with my hard hitting style of journalism, because in this interview I manager to extract two exclusive pieces of information from Scott Taylor. Well, ok, he basically just let them slip, but I will claim it! Waaaaay back in episode 6, Scott Taylor from Deep Cree Brewing onto a very dodgy internet connection…
 
I am not sure what fascinates me about the West Australian beer scene, I mean we couldn’t be further apart, and I haven’t had the pleasure of trying many of the beers coming from the breweries over there, but still I chase them to jump onto the podcast and tell their story. Case in point, Cheeky Monkey Brewing Co…these guys have been around quite a…
 
So I recorded this interview with Mark and Matt from Rusty Penny Brewing a few weeks ago, before the Corona virus hijacked our lives, the media and most of our conversations. I have to say that it was such a nice change of pace listening to this interview with the lads, we just talked about their story of a couple of best mates following their brew…
 
It's been a big weekend in Tassie with the Isolation Beer Festival running on social media. This weekend we have been celebrating Tassie Independent Beer with the Tasmanian Isolation Beer Festival. Brewers have been sharing their knowledge, consumers have been lapping it up, and in return posting pictures of their favourite Tassie beers with the ha…
 
It's lunch time and I am stuck at home with the kids...luckily I have friends in the craft beer industry who love a chat, so I'm pressing record! Dan Norris from Black Hops Brewing is a smart bloke with an award winning brewery and plenty of great ideas...but even they are doing it tough. In this episode, I check in with him on what's going on and …
 
It’s Sunday afternoon and I feel like a beer. Its been a big week working from home and as of tomorrow I have my dear children joining me…oh the joys. It could be worse I guess, and I know there are many among us who are doing it pretty tough right now, and my heart goes out to you and your family. I'm not sure there is really much I can do to help…
 
I know what you are all thinking out there in the community...F%$K You Corona Virus! It's a strange time we are currently living in, and our little world of Craft Beer, there will be many tough times to come. To help combat this, the Crafty Pint have started the #keeplocalalive campaign to see if we as a community can help out the people working in…
 
Introducing something new to the Beer Healer Interviews podcast stream! These podcasts are all about telling stories, but what if you could also learn a thing of two AND (hopefully) have a laugh at the same time? Well...here goes nuthin' In this episode, not only do the two lads share some great insights into designing awesome recipes, but they als…
 
On this episode of the beer healer interviews, I am pleased to say that despite significant connection problems with New Zealand, I am able to bring you this interview with Behemoth Brewing owner, brewer and resident giant, Andrew Childs. Apparently all of New Zealand was watching Netflix on the night of our interview and it caused all sorts of pro…
 
So this one is for all of you who have dreams of trying to turn your hobby into some kind of business. Listen up...it's pretty hard work! Sam Attwater, ex-pro brewer and now resident brewing expert at Cheeky Peaks Home Brew Store in Victoria, has a dream of taking his very popular Home Brewing Instagram account and turning it in to an online resour…
 
If you are a craft beer lover and have visited Hobart, Tasmania…chances are you have made your way to a little pub called The Winston. With it great American inspired food and awesome range of beers, it is home to a unique cross section of the population. Kris Miles is the man behind the beers, he brews many of them own the road at The Winston Brew…
 
Craft beer lovers, we need to talk about a serious issue (over a few beers maybe). GLOBALLY, ON AVERAGE, 1 MAN DIES BY SUICIDE EVERY MINUTE OF EVERY DAY. Luckily for us men, the Movember movement is hoping to do something about this statistic. This month, Mo Brothers, supported by Mo Sistas, are raising funds by growing an itchy, annoying, and some…
 
If you have been to Bali, you would know that craft beer options are few and far between. Mattia Di Bittonto is hoping to change that by starting a one man craft beer revolution. Is he mad? Maybe? You can be the judge of that! Is he passionate? Definitely! I can vouch for that. And his beers are great! In this episode he tells his story about takin…
 
The energiser bunny of the Hawaiian brewing scene is back with more weird and wacky ideas on how to make beer from his natural surroundings. Yep, forests, volcanoes and the edge of the earth...nothing stops Steve in his search for amazing ingredients for his beers. In this episode he talks about: Brewing beer with strawberries foraged from the side…
 
In this episode, I paid a visit to my old mate Andrew at Batch Brewing. After a pint of my favourite WCIPA, he suggested we take a drive out the new "Small Batch" brewery at Petersham...which I of course accepted. There has been a lot going on at Batch since we spoke last...co-founder Chris has returned to the USA but has found a way to be able to …
 
One of the nicest blokes you will meet in the industry...that's how Dave Padden was described to me. And, yep, they were right. I had an absolute ripping time interviewing Dave and finding out about such things as: How Akasha, sorta, kinda, not really, started out as a Gypsy brewing operation; How Craft Brewing is the passion he never thought he wo…
 
I don't think Dave Bonighton really needs any introduction, does he? You know him as the Co-Founder of Mountain Goat, but he is more than that...yet another trailblazer who has helped to shape the craft beer landscape in this country, and I was so excited to have him as my guest on the 50th episode of The Beer Healer Interviews. Dave was an absolut…
 
This one is for all of you who had/have a dream of taking their love of craft beer to the next level! Maybe you have made it and now cal your hobby your job, or maybe you are still trying to find a way to make your dream a reality...either way, you will love hearing Ben's story. He may give you some ideas for how to take the next step, or you may n…
 
On this episode I talk with Award Winning Journalist and qualified Cicerone, James Atkinson who now produces the the Drinks Adventures Podcast. There are so many people who have given so much to the craft beer industry in Australia, and I am really enjoying celebrating their careers and sharing their stories with you, and James is yet another one w…
 
I am going to be honest with you...before doing this podcast with Ben Joseph from WA's Beer Farm, I didn't know much about them...you will understand what I mean when Ben sets me straight on who does and doesn't work with him! Having said that, I am so glad that I got the chance to talk with Ben, as their story is a really interesting one...from st…
 
Will Tatchell from Van Dieman Brewing is back to talk about funky fermentations, barrel ageing beautiful beers and pushing the boundaries of farmhouse brewing. Will recently celebrated 10 years of Van Dieman Brewing, and it has been a very busy year. He released a super-sized version of his stout, the Giblin X, a barrel aged beast rocking in at 10-…
 
For this episode, I welcomed Australia’s First Lady of beer to the conversation, Kirrily Waldhorn. Kirrily’s contribution to beer industry is impressive, with over 17 years of involvement, she has literally been involved in every part of the industry. She is an educator, a writer beer judge, trainer and occasionally an assistant brewer. An experien…
 
This episode is another one where I tip the cap to those who helped to shape the craft beer industry for all of us to enjoy. The Australia Craft Beer scene is littered with stories of people leaving safe and secure jobs to try something new, to start new business, follow a new career path and generally throw caution to the wind to follow their craf…
 
I was in Sydney for work this week and decided to have a cheeky pint at the Lord Nelson Hotel at lunchtime. The Lord is, of course, the house that Blair Hayden built, so it was only right that while I was there I sat down with the great man for a chat. In this episode we take a bit of a walk down memory lane. I really enjoyed this chat with Blair..…
 
Mention the name Tim Fishwick around the craft beer industry and I reckon you will get a nod from the person you are speaking with. Why, well by all accounts he’s a good bloke and let’s be honest, he’s been around the traps a bit…in a good way though. Tim’s career has seen him go from flogging pallets of Tooheys to being involved in a number of sma…
 
The craft beer landscape continues to change at a rapid pace. We are still seeing new breweries popping up every other week, some have sadly closed, and the number of new beers hitting bottleshop shelves is out of control. So how do breweries cut through the clutter in a crowded market, and more importantly remain relevant in the eyes of a very pro…
 
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