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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 ...
 
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There's no shortage of good beer in New Mexico, and to prove that, we chat with John and Tyler from Rowley Farmhouse Ales, out of Santa Fe. Rowley has been playing with a number of unique yeast strains and beer styles, dialing in their processes and recipes, all while making drinkable, tasty beer. The Rowley boys clue us in on their beer-making phi…
 
Sure, middle America is basically LagerTown USA, but not all beers being produced out there have to fit within that cold-stored mold. The boys at McFleshman's Brewing are churning out some well-crafted English ales, in addition to their lager line up. We talk about how offering a wide variety of both German and English-style beers has been for the …
 
8 years ago, we started this show in the hopes that we could bring some of the mystery behind beer judging to you. While we aren't sure that has happened, we've been able to help homebrewers across the world improve their beers and, hopefully, their vocabulary on just what in the hell is going on in their fermentations. So allow us a hot second to …
 
Listening to The Brewing Network won't get you much, but it WILL get you a ton of great brewing information, and sometimes that's enough. In fact, it was just what Chad needed to open Grey Wolf Brewing in Norco, CA. Drawing on his homebrewing knowledge - and probably a ton of information from TBN - Chad is turning his community into a craft beer ce…
 
A classic American Porter - it's hard to get more traditional than that, and it's rare that we get one on the show. Our second beer is an English Porter, sort of in name only, and it's brewed with flavored coffee. What am I talking about? Tune in and find out! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
If the military taught Joshua Romaker one thing, it's how to overcome obstacles. From his early days as a homebrewer, to his unique ways of generating enough money to open his brewery, not much held Joshua down. On today's show, we learn a bit more about The Star Spangled Brewing Company, Josh's head brewer Allen, and the beer style they are trying…
 
Liquid Gravity Brewing is the brain-child of Brendan Gough. Coming from such breweries as Central Coast and Firestone-Walker, Brendan achieved his goal of opening his own space in January of 2020. Then the lockdown hit, spinning his plans off into deep space. We chat with Brendan about his journey into craft, how he approaches tailoring recipes to …
 
Portland is home to one of the best beer scenes in the country. So how does a brewery make a name for itself in the land of Craft? Today we chat with Adam and Andrew from Old Town Brewing to talk about just that. From IPAs to Red Ales to Pilsner, Old Town is turning out some great craft beer in the Pacific NW! Learn more about your ad choices. Visi…
 
Kvass is a beer traditionally made from leftover bread. John is a guy who works at the American Homebrewers Association. Put the two on the same show and you have an information-packed recipe for success! We learned a lot about Kvass, and about how the NHC/HomebrewCon will be operating this year. Good stuff! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit …
 
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…
 
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/…
 
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…
 
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, …
 
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…
 
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…
 
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…
 
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…
 
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…
 
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