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Each and every Friday night, this Michigan based Craft Beer Podcast, hosted by Dan, Ken, Nick, Rob, and Wendy, sit down in their studio interviewing local and non local breweries, brewpubs, bar owners, and anyone that deals within the craft beer and alcohol industry and we begin to help tell their stories. Our second segment goes over the beer news both locally and nationally, a few times touching big global news like buyouts and mergers. Segment three always ends the show with a fun game to ...
 
Pub Talk started off with friends drinking a new beer each week and shooting the breeze about crazy news stories, playing games, and generally messing around. It has evolved to a craft beer podcast with some humor dashed in. We love craft beer and enjoy trying any we can get our hands on. We are based out of the Tulsa, Oklahoma metro area and love to support local Oklahoma beer (a scene that is absolutely exploding), but enjoy beers from all over the region, country and even the world.
 
The Business of Craft Beer Podcast is hosted by Gregory Dunkling, director of the University of Vermont Business of Craft Beer online certificate program . We continually examine today's craft beer sector in the U.S. Whether you are looking to break into the craft beer industry or looking to start your own craft brewery this podcast is for you. With the number of U.S. craft breweries exploding from just 8 in 1980 to 6000+ as of 2017, our podcast interviews brewery owners across the country t ...
 
Introducing Ad Block, a new Ad Age podcast. Hosted by Ad Age’s own I-Hsien Sherwood and Alfred Maskeroni, Ad Block features personal, casual chats with big names in the industry. We’ve got one rule on this show: no guests can talk about their company or their clients. Get to know the people behind the ads you love—as they talk about anything but.
 
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George was a pirate, but he wasn’t a very good pirate. Where other pirates were content to drink grog and rum until they passed out, George would sip his imported beers and keep track of them in his beer diary. Every time the captain set course to a new port to raid and plunder, the crew would get excited at the prospect of loot and treasure, while…
 
George was a pirate, but he wasn’t a very good pirate. This was because he took the advice of his imaginary friend Ralph. Unlike George, Ralph was a brave and bold pirate. He was a great swashbuckler, an amazing sailor, a crack shot with a cannon, and was a killer with the ladies. He tried to teach everything he knew to George, but because he was a…
 
George was a pirate, but he wasn’t a very good pirate. He had a thing for gadgets, though. He liked to rig up automation for various things on the ship, like putting the ship’s lights on a timer, or raising and lowering the flag with The Clapper. The Captain was impressed, but concerned. “I have enough problems with my iPhone mistaking commands,” h…
 
George was a pirate, but he wasn’t a very good pirate. You know how scholar Malcolm Gladwell says that if you do something for ten thousand hours, you’ll get good at it? It has something to do with practice and focus and expertise. Look it up. Well, George has been a pirate for at least that long, and he’s still not a very good pirate. In fact, I b…
 
This week the team have decided to provide a Stone and Wood free zone for Brews News Week. We're discussing the possibility of doing a whole "below the fold" episode on the topic tomorrow. News for this week includes a new venue for Matso's, Broo's land sale delays and VB's vaccination campaign. Please subscribe and leave us a review on Apple Podca…
 
CRAFT BEER PODCAST NEWS EPISODE! A very government forward show as we talk about direct to customer shipping along with alcohol delivery organizations like Drizly, blue law updates in Texas, supply chain issues in the UK, and end the show talking about drinking after working out. Listen, learn, and enjoy! We appreciate every one of you. Sponsors: N…
 
George was a pirate. What? Were you expecting me to say something else? I used to say “but he wasn’t a very good pirate.” However, George said that it hurt his feelings. And his therapist told him to confront people that hurt his feelings. So I’m not supposed to say that George wasn’t a very good pirate anymore. It doesn’t matter that when he chort…
 
In the wake of the big news last week, this week we go back to drink from the well where the beer renaissance began as we speak with Matilda Bay and Little Creatures co-founder Phil Sexton. There are no hot takes just the considered thoughts on the industry from someone who has not only seen it all before, he’s done it all before. It’s a great chat…
 
Wilhelmina the barmaid didn’t care. She loved George. Every time George came to the tavern, Wilhelmina loved to bring him tankard after tankard and listen to his stories. She was completely smitten. George, on the other hand, was totally oblivious to Wilhelmina’s adulation. He was also oblivious to his own tolerance for alcohol, and right in the mi…
 
CRAFT BEER PODCAST INFO: Mark is one of the few people in the world who has found a way to combine all of his passions, from food, to beer, to running, to writing. Mark Dredge has plenty of books about food ant ravel and has won multiple awards as a writer of the year in both Britain and the US, as well as a world known beer judge. He talks to us a…
 
Lizzie Richard Tom Norval Joe Serendipidy Planet Z LIZZIE We looked at the letter, a small candle leading our doubts. “He disappeared such a long time ago,” my friend said. I nodded and reread the letter. “Maybe this is an old letter, written a long time ago,” she insisted. I nodded, my brain going over every detail. I knew he hadn’t written t…
 
Hi there. This is Laurence Simon of the 100 Word Stories Podcast at oneadayuntilthedayidie.com. Every week, I post a topic for the Weekly Challenge, where you come up with the stories and I collect them up and share them. Want to give it a try? The topic of the next 100 Word Stories Weekly Challenge is OVER TO YOU… Write a 100 word story on that to…
 
George was a pirate, but he wasn’t a very good pirate. He’d tried everything to be better, but it just never worked out. So, George sought out a fortune-teller. She laid out Tarot cards and said that George would some day be a great pirate. “You’re kidding me, right?” said George. “I want a second opinion.” The fortune-teller looked into her crysta…
 
George was a pirate, but he wasn’t a very good pirate. He liked to garden, though. Which isn’t very easy to do on a pirate ship. The bunks didn’t get much light. And the upper decks got a lot of foot-traffic, so his flowers and herbs would get stomped. Hanging window boxes from portholes worked for a while, until they hit rough seas. When he hung t…
 
In this episode, the team receive breaking news about the sale of Stone and Wood to Lion. You'll hear their live, unfiltered reactions to the news. Please subscribe and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts or your favourite podcasting app. It costs nothing and helps other beer lovers discover the podcast! Lion acquires Stone & Wood parent Fermentum …
 
This is an archive conversation. As Covid is playing havoc with our scheduling, we found this very old, but still relevant interview with BrewDog’s James Watt from September 2011. We have been joking - or maybe half joking - about the post craft world we increasingly inhabit. As craft beer growth slows, the market becomes increasingly crowded and c…
 
This week the team discuss the latest news including Feral closing the original Swan Valley brewpub and we hear from a listener on tap contracts. Please subscribe and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts or your favourite podcasting app. It costs nothing and helps other beer lovers discover the podcast! Feral to close original Swan Valley brewpub Pr…
 
This week we jump into the way, way back machine and visit a time before craft beer was even a thing. Back to when you could write a book that took beer much more seriously than most books about beer, but still categorise it in terms of 'session', 'premium' or 'weirdo' beer. I speak with Ben Canaider, who together with fellow wine writer Greg Dunca…
 
CRAFT BEER PODCAST NEWS EPISODE! Recorded on 8/20/2021, we discuss the changing of DTC shipping to customers, and discuss a few other small news articles going on for the week. We will be back with a live episode on 9/5/2021, see you then! Sponsors: North Center Brewing - https://northcenterbrewing.com/ Zetouna Liquor - https://www.facebook.com/Zet…
 
For our seventh episode, we sat down with co-owners, bothers, and all around great guys, Zak and Ryan Koga. Karben4 was founded in 2012. They like to have fun, and may not take themselves seriously, but they take brewing beer very seriously. We of course talked about their flagship beer, Fantasy Factory, which has really interesting story, being a …
 
This week the team discuss nostalgic lolly themed beers, how the Aussie beer market has bolstered growth for Orora and we hear from Nick Boots on the new launch. Please subscribe and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts or your favourite podcasting app. It costs nothing and helps other beer lovers discover the podcast! “Juice” IPA and Pastille Sour …
 
This week we go back and visit Matt King and Glenn Wignall, who with their friend, Trent Evans, have been quietly building The Grifter brewery in Sydney’s inner west. We visited the guys back in January 2018 and we’d invite you to go back and listen to that chat first if you haven’t already to learn the background to the brewery, which we don’t cov…
 
CRAFT BEER PODCAST INFO: With no guest scheduled we've taken the opportunity to panel some discussions about different topics within the industry and beer. We talk about taking advice from customers to answering the question of what to do with the upcoming wage changes that restaurateurs will have to decide how to adapt to. Dani from Girls Pint Out…
 
Welcome to the first ever special edition of Below the Fold. Below the Fold is the part of our weekly beer news podcast where we step beyond the headlines and discuss some of the stories or beer events of the week in a little more depth and with a little more opinion than just the news story. Listeners will know that we have been discussing the PR-…
 
This week the team discuss rice lagers, 15 years of Burleigh Brewing and the quarterly reports from Coles Liquor. Please subscribe and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts or your favourite podcasting app. It costs nothing and helps other beer lovers discover the podcast! Rice lagers go craft 15 years of Burleigh Brewing Coles Liquor quarterlies Fir…
 
This week we catch up with Dave Phillips, as he was announced as Chief Operating Officer at Shipyard Brewing in Portland, Maine. It was an interesting announcement, given to the Australian industry, Dave is best known for his tourism roles here. We have spoken with Dave before, both in his role as founder of Dave’s Brewery Tours which became Dave’s…
 
CRAFT BEER PODCAST NEWS EPISODE! With Robear, Nick, and Dan Off, Jon from Dr. Roto joins us as a guest host to talk about everything in the beer news world including Boston Beer Co getting in with Pepsi to make sugar free Mt. Dew Seltzer, Goose Island launching it's newest line of BCBS with a Coca Cola Stout, and Jon gives us his expert opinion on …
 
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