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Brew Strong, with hosts Jamil Zainasheff and John Palmer, combines the two most prominent authors and figures in homebrewing today in a live beer radio format that allows listeners to pose beginning and advanced brewing questions to expert hosts and guests from the Craft Beer industry. Designed as a brewing geek's must-listen show, Brew Strong is your source for cutting edge beer and brewing information, answers to technical questions, as well as a guide to a greater appreciation of all thin ...
 
Dr. Homebrew breaks down your home brewed beer and gives you the feedback you're looking for to improve your brewing! Join JP, along with his co-hosts, BJCP Master Judges Brian Cooper and Brian Schar, as they dissect listener-submitted homebrew and provide tips and tricks to improve your brewing! Have questions or want your beer evaluated on Dr. Homebrew? Email us at drhomebrew@thebrewingnetwork.com
 
The original live show that brings professional brewer and homebrewer interviews, and the best in beer-tainment, right to you as we talk about homebrewing beer and craft brewing. Each episode covers specific brewing topics to inform and entertain, and world class professional brewers as guests. All the fun of real radio, without the boredom. Live listeners can participate and ask questions by joining our chatroom. Watch the live show at YouTube.com/brewingnetwork. Have a brewing question or ...
 
Greg M. takes you on a journey through craft beer and shares stories behind the people and companies that make beer so loved around the world. Greg will educate you on the many different styles of beer including pilsners, lagers, IPAs, porters, and stouts. By sharing Greg’s experience working in the food and beverage industry, you will discover and learn new things about beer, including food pairings, similarities with wine, and cooking with beer. You will discover a new appreciation for the ...
 
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Its Q and A time again! Join Jamil and John as they tackle the hardest hitting questions from listeners, and dispense sage advice on everything from mash pH to oxygen reduction tips and tricks. Crack a beer and get ready to learn a thing or two! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
Ronin Fermentation Project, buried deep in the Sierras of California, is the passion project of Charlie Johnson. Charlie joined Teresa and JP to chat about his craft beer timeline, traveling during COVID, and how to find success making beer in a small town nobody has ever heard of. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
Monitoring and adjusting mash pH is viewed by many as an important aspect to crafting the best beer. While modern brewers have a number of liquid acid options, a more traditional way to reduce pH involved the use of acidulated malt. In this episode, contributor Cade Jobe joins Marshall to discuss this unique ingredient as well as the results of an …
 
We've been saying that Black IPA is making a come back, and here we have a boosted version on the show! A Double Black Rye IPA, which was a take off of Wookie Jack by Firestone-Walker, gets the DRHB treatment, and we chat with another homebrewer who's helping folks prep better for the BJCP exam. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/…
 
It's been 4 years since we introduced The Brülosophy Podcast and here we are at episode 180, which means it's time for another Brü & A! Contributor Cade Jobe joins Marshall to respond to a bunch of listener submitted questions. The Brülosophy Podcast is brought to you by Imperial Yeast who provide brewers with the most viable and fresh yeast on the…
 
Making cider at home can be as easy as fermenting store-bought apple juice, or as hard as blending fresh apples to create your own recipe. Today, Jamil and John are joined by Ryan Burk from Angry Orchard. Ryan has been making cider for years now, and drops an amazing amount of knowledge on how to make the best cider possible. Learn more about your …
 
The world of Sake and the world of Beer tend to run parallel at times. They both are steeped in tradition, and they both have their fair share of folks who want those traditions to stay the same. Then there are brewers like Josh, who come in and try to shake things up a bit. Josh started Setting Sun Sake to introduce sake to the beer world, and his…
 
Ed and Bill are joined by friend of the show John Trogner and new to the show, writer/journalist/author/man of many great words Lew Bryson. We discuss the new release of Tröegs Triple Nator, maltly brews, German-style brewing, and "bullshit fruit bombs." Be sure to pick up a four-pack of Triple Nator from Tröegs in Hershey on 3-25-2021. Also, check…
 
Jamil and John are back with another round of questions to answer! From questions about boiling rates to unusual ingredients like beet juice, there's no question too weird for the Brew Strong boys. Get all of your burning questions answered on today's show! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
Brewing in Arizona presents it's challenges, but Luke and the team at Wren House are doing some great things out in the desert. Of course there are the standard hazy IPAs, and we taste a couple of those on the show, but there is also enough room up on the beer board for a steady stream of lagers. Luke cluses us in on the production of these beers, …
 
Most of the methods we use to make beer today were developed over the last few centuries, and while some have adapted those methods based on new developments, others choose to adhere to more traditional approaches. In this episode, contributor Cade Jobe joins Marshall to talk about their unfiltered opinions on the adherence to brewing traditions. T…
 
White Labs has been serving fresh yeast to homebrewers and commercial breweries for years now. He's seen both communities grow, thrive, and produce the best beer possible. All that beer wouldn't happen without yeast, so Jamil and John rack Chris' brain to get as much yeasty knowledge out of it that they can! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit …
 
We love rebrews here on Dr. Homebrew, and previous guest Colin gave us a great opportunity to provide feedback on his latest version of a Baltic Porter. Plus, we go over the new styles recently announced by the Brewers Association, and skim the surface of all that new beery goodness. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
Belgian ales are known for possessing unique fruity and spicy notes as a result of the yeast used to ferment them, characteristics that can meld beautifully with certain fruit additions. In this episode, contributor Cade Jobe sits down with Marshall to chat about using fruit in Belgian Ale as well as go over the results of an xBmt comparing differe…
 
It's time for another round of Homebrew Q and A! Jamil and John take listener questions and answer them, trying to get your beer to be the best it can be. The boys talk kveik, how people knew that fish bladders helped clarify beer, and head retention! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
Eric Baumann is the brewer/distiller/owner of Karrikin Spirits. Located in Cincinnati, Ohio, Karrikin is pushing out some great beers, while also innovation on their spirits side. We talk with Eric about what got him into beer, how he made his journey back home to Cinci, and how you market cocktails in a can when they aren't really cocktails. Learn…
 
Germany is known for their delicious lagers, many versions of which fall on the paler end of the color scale. However, another deliciously popular style originating from the region of Bavaria is Munich Dunkel, which contributor Cade Jobe joins Marshall to chat about on this episode. The Brülosophy Podcast is brought to you by Imperial Yeast who pro…
 
It's an Aussie takeover show! Our guest homebrewer Justin sent us his version of an Australian Sparkling Ale - and him being from Australia, he should know a thing or two about it. He also sent along a less-than-fresh version of Coopers Pale Ale, which falls under the Australian Sparkling Ale category ... it's all pretty confusing. Look, we drink t…
 
Joran and Shawn - the two guys behind Halfway Crooks Beer - come from two very different backgrounds, but somehow still managed to meet up and combine their passion for lagers (and weird beer labels) into something magical. Sully and JP chat about lager beer, brewery vibes, and having an inviting brand that the sole purpose is to push lagers unto t…
 
Saison is a style of beer that's known to be a bit more carbonated than other styles, which lends to its general drinkability. In this episode, contributor Andy Carter joins Marshall to discuss various carbonation methods with a specific focus on how they apply to Saison. The Brülosophy Podcast is brought to you by Imperial Yeast who provide brewer…
 
From his early days in the craft beer scene, Dave McLean had always been interested in the malting process. Fast forward 20 years, and dave is now heading up a craft malt house in Alameda, Ca, providing freshly malted grain to brewers and distillers nationwide. How important is fresh malt? Are there any funny puns to be made in the malt world? How …
 
On this day in the year 2021, we never would have imagined a show lineup like this. The boys are judging a Pale Ale - non-hazy, non-new school hopped - and a Black IPA. We had to check our calendars for this one, just to make sure we didn't spend too long in the hot tub last night. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
It's likely most homebrewers spend a least a little time dreaming about turning their hobby into a profession, and there are a number of ways to go about doing it. In this episode, Marshall sits down with the crew from new brewery, Crow & Wolf Brewing Company, to chat about their experience going pro. The Brülosophy Podcast is brought to you by Imp…
 
When we talk about making cider at home, we usually think of walking through an apple orchard, gently hand-selecting each apple and placing it softly into a wicker basket. That is definitely one way to do it. Or, you can go to the store and buy juice, dump yeast in it, and there you go. Does that actually make good cider? Well we have an example of…
 
On today's show, Jamil and John take a break from their normal problem solving, instead turning their attention to one particular style: Porter. Joining them is famed author and historian Martyn Cornell, who has written extensively on the subject of beer, and he is well equipped to guide Jamil and John through the complicated history of the working…
 
Yeast require oxygen to properly ferment sugary wort into beer, which is especially important when making high OG styles. In this episode, contributor Matt Del Fiacco joins Marshall to talk about the importance of oxygen as a yeast nutrient and the method of dosing a beer twice with pure oxygen, as well as the results of an xBmt on the topic. The B…
 
Keeping the Pacific Northwest covered in lager beer isn't an easy task. Lucky for them, there's Kevin and the folks from Wayfinder Beer! Located in Portland, Or, Wayfinder is primarily a lager house that also does a fair amount of ale brewing. But when your flagship is a Helles (with a 4-step mash), you're probably doing lagers right. Learn more ab…
 
The internet made it possible for brewers from around the world to easily communicate with each other, ultimately leading to the formation of various forums and groups. In this episode, contributor Andy Carter and Marshall share their unabashed opinions on these forums in general as well as some of the ones they have experience with. The Brülosophy…
 
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