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Steal This Beer 2 weeks ago

Beer gurus Augie Carton (Carton Brewing) and John Holl (author and beer writer) get to the bottom of the day’s most pressing craft beer issues with help from opinionated brewer friends, know-it-all barkeeps, and smarmy industry insiders. For each episode, Augie and John will blind-taste and dissect two beers on air (provided by that episode’s guest) while discussing current beer topics, news, and styles.

Pacific Beer Chat 2 weeks ago

A group of like minded beer bloggers have come together to bring British Columbia (and anyone else that wants to listen or watch) a podcast. We cover the issues, events and beers that excite us and we hope to inform you and keep you entertained!

Hop Forward Podcast 2 weeks ago

Hop Forward is a weekly podcast dedicated to the craft beer industry. Including both interviews, discussions and stories from a range of brewers and entrepreneurs within the industry, to advice from founder and host, Nick Law, about starting, scaling and sustaining your own ventures, the Hop Forward podcast is here to help you get ahead with your beers, brand and business.

Good Beer Hunting - Podcast 2 weeks ago

The GBH podcast is devoted to using craft beer as a bridge between other types of businesses, craft-oriented cultures, and what we eat and drink. Interviews with brewers, aficionados, and makers of all types with one thing in common – a fascination with what's happening in craft beer. Recorded at GBH Studios in Chicago, Illinois.

Beers Without Frontiers 2 weeks ago

Beer Podcast discussing beers, breweries, pubs, bars, bottle shops and beer culture

Brew Nation Podcast 2 weeks ago

Join four friends as we navigate modern life over a beer or two. With interviews, tastings and reviews; it’s hard work, we promise!

Beer with Nat 3 weeks ago

On every episode of ‘Beer with Nat’, Natalya shares a beer and a chat with people who do what they love for a living… they work in the beer industry.

From head brewers, to packaging managers, to beer writers, and PRs, they’ve sat down with Nat to share their stories about what got them into beer, what they do for a living, what they love about the industry, and so much more. And as most people end up in this industry by pursuing a passion or chasing a dream, you can bet each guest has some pretty incredible stories to tell.

Following the philosophy ‘If you can’t, see you can’t be’, Natalya is passionate about shining a spotlight on the incredible women in the beer industry and allowing each to tell her story in her own words.

Belgian Smaak 3 weeks ago

We sit down with some of the most high profile people in the world of Belgian beer to discuss beer styles, brands and the stories behind the breweries.

We want to find out what makes beer culture in Belgium so unique.

The Belgian Smaak podcast was named as the Best Beer Podcast in 2018 by the North American Guild of Beer Writers.

It was shortlisted for the Best Beer Broadcast by the British Guild of Beer Writers in 2017 and nominated by New Media Europe as a finalist for the Award of ‘World’s Best Podcast of 2016’.

Special thanks to those that help make this podcast possible, including: Leander Meuris (sound engineer); Sophie Callewaert (photographer); Mike Kearney and Dave Wallace (music composition and recording); Visit Flanders; and Visit Brussels.

Beernomicon 3 weeks ago

Beernomicon is a podcast hosted by Ross and Tom, shit talking the finer points of beer.
Based outta the North of England.

Beer O’clock Show #Hopinions 3 weeks ago

Our Hopinions podcasts are built around listener interaction. At the heart of this are the #Hopinions polls that we run every Sunday evening on Twitter. They give us the community’s feel for a particular subject and provide us with loads of great content to include in the podcasts that in turn sparks our own debate and discussion.

The Beerists 3 weeks ago

The Beerists is an independently-produced, two-time award winning podcast by four craft beer lovers (with the occasional guest) in Austin, TX.

John Rubio is the host of The Beerists Podcast, and a graphic designer who began his journey into craft beer in 1994. A rabid beer nut, he attends (or hosts) a beer tasting a week and is particularly interested in beer and food pairings. He lives in Austin with his 300+ bottle beer cellar, which he plans on taking to his grave, as he doesn’t ever plan on reproducing. Also, he’s a complete asshole on twitter.

Grant Davis is a newcomer to the craft beer scene. But, as an occasional home brewer, unprejudiced consumer of all liquids, and man without dignity, he was a natural fit for The Beerists. Grant does a TV podcast called The TV Dudes, and comments on geeky things on The Grant Davis Page. You can also check him out on twitter here.

Laura Christie is a Certified Cicerone and beer educator who works all around town for various beverage producers. She is an encyclopedia of beer knowledge, and joined the show in mid 2019. We’re lucky to have her as part of the team!

Mike Lambert is a guy. He’s been drinking for quite a while – not only since this morning. Longer than that. He organized the Austin BeerAdvocate Tastings and has hosted them for the past 8 years. When he doesn’t have the DTs, he works at some weird day job nobody understands. Did we mention that he likes drinking?

Former host Anastacia Kelly is a lady who says inappropriate things. Her love for craft beer began in college and grows stronger everyday. She loves baking (especially with beer), painting her nails, shoes, and bad puns. She supports her beer habit by working in a craft beer bar. She helped found The Beerists, and now resides in her hometown of Las Vegas, Nevada.  We miss her more with every passing day.

Strikeout Beer 3 weeks ago

We are just 2 mediocre guys talking about their subpar lives (and sports). It all started reviewing our own Fantasy Football League and has evolved into this...whatever this is. 

Strikeout Beer is currently on Spreaker, iTunes, iHeartRadio, Google Podcasts and Spotify. 

Monk's Café 3 weeks ago

We are in a never ending quest to bring our guests the finest beers in the world. We have been serving world-class beers for over 20 years (Tom has been doing that since 1985). Brewers from around the world stop in on a regular basis because we know how to keep our draught lines clean, push the beer with the right gas mixture, serve the beer in clean glassware, and charge the fairest price in town. Our bottled beer list is well tended and stored under optimum conditions. We offer fine wines by the glass and bottle and offer a full cocktail bar. Our award-winning food is house made daily (except for the bread from Metropolitan Bakery).

Eddyline Brewery - New Zealand 3 weeks ago

Finding Calm in the Current of Life

Eddyline is about being a comfortable place to stop, relax, and catch up.  Eddyline comes from the line separating the fast flowing current in a river from the eddy where the water slows allowing kayakers to stop, rest, catch up, and celebrate their victories.  We are a family-friendly, unpretentious and casual brewpub serving wood-fired pizzas and the best craft beers brewed on site.

Eddyline Brewery 3 weeks ago

Since 2009, we have been focused on creating unique ales and lagers of the highest-quality while representing Colorado’s outdoor enthusiasts! Situated in Buena Vista, Colorado along the Collegiate Peaks and Arkansas River, our micro-brews are inspired by the beauty and wonder of the outdoors and exhilarating adventures surrounding us.

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