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A podcast about home brewing and the people that brew beer. Craft beer and home brew news, music reviews, beer tastings and interviews with some of the top brewers at home, and at breweries throughout the world.
 
Two men journey to the bars and restaurants of Scandinavia to find amazing beers. Always with the same question “what’s on tap?”
 
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Do you want to like craft beer but don't know where to start? Do you feel like having a favorite Doppelbock will earn you street cred? (Wait. What's Doppelbock, again?) Drinking Biddies Keryl Brown and Jamie Tunkel will always drink a bottle on air, review it, tell stories, and discover a few things about beer along the way. They'll sometimes have guests and sometimes be antisocial. They're just two girls on a journey. A beer journey. Disclaimer: If you're looking for boring, informational l ...
 
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Podcast: The 420 Small Batch episode covering the history of 420, Sweetwater 420 beer tastings, an epic 420 ad fail and a music from Weed. Another small batch podcast from Home Brew Rock Stars takes a hard hit on the history of 420, with a great 70's story about a group of high school stoners called the Waldos, who frequent an after school adve ...…
 
We love Amager. They recently opened a taproom in Copenhagen. While we didn't record this episode there, they do sell both of these bottles in the taproom. Martin brought these two interesting barley wines over. Cobras Fumadoras mezcal barrel-aged barley wine brewed with dark agave syrup and cinnamon. Cobras Fumantes is a barley wine aged in me ...…
 
How do you follow up our epic 200th episode? It's not easy but Mathias got his hands on two of Brewdog's new sour beers. OverWorks is their new label to support their sour beers. They are off to a great start. We try Overworks' Cosmic Crush Quince Sour and Electric Blue. Both are incredible sours. After that we try one of the latest beers from ...…
 
“Men are supposed to like beer and hotdogs, and women are supposed to like a buttery chardonnay.” “I haven’t been keeping alcohol in my fridge lately.” “Have you been keeping it out on the counter?” “There’s a lot of FONT going on. “ BEER RATINGS *SPOILER ALERT* -KERYL: 3.5 -JAMIE: 4.5 -SIMONE: 3.0 GET IN TOUCH: Facebook - @drinkingbiddiespodca ...…
 
Podcast: We drink 10 beers in 30 minutes and match each style with the proper glassware! Beer list is below: On tap this episode is a whirlwind of beer tasting as the crew bucks it's normal format to tackle drinking 10 beers in 30 minutes. After each beer, we make a case for the proper glassware for that particular style, although the line-up i ...…
 
We have a special episode. It's out 200th episode. We're super excited about it. To celebrate, we have the entire To Ol Mr. Series from this year. It's a fun collection of non-traditional beers. It runs the gamut of beer styles from gose to farmhouse to ipa to brown ale to stout and more. There are some highs and some lows but it's an incredibl ...…
 
PODCAST: The crew explores wine beer hybrids, harvesting 130 year-old shipwrecked yeast, beer "only" lent and Marcus King Band. Wine beers ... they're not new, but the interest to create them from American craft brewers is growing. The idea of combining grapes and malt is not that far fetched. We have seen a few ales in the past that have been ...…
 
If you've been drinking beer long enough, you have a story about a beer or a moment. Beer is part of our lives and it becomes important to sometimes pivotal moments. Whether it is a celebration, a lazy afternoon, a past event or brewery that puts out your favorite beer, it's good to share those moments with others. Martin, Mathias and Stefan al ...…
 
Podcast: Small Batch episode about cannabis beverages are the feature topic, with beer tastings from DarkHorse and Pig Minds, plus music of Rival Sons Another small batch podcast from Home Brew Rock Stars delves into the fast growing industry of cannabis beverages. With cannabis laws becoming more relaxed and more states (Illinois sounds like t ...…
 
De Molen is one of our favorite breweries. They've released so many beers over the years. Somehow we've never reviewed them on show before. Thanks to Martin, we're were able to try 3000 Batch. The beer was released in three versions: barleywine, white wine barrel aged barleywine and burgundy barrel aged barleywine. We have the white wine and bu ...…
 
Stefan has been sitting on these two beauties for awhile. He was super excited to try them side by side. Good thing Martin is there to help him. It's exciting to see how a beer evolves and changes over time. This is one of Amager's best beers and it ages beautifully. It's just a shame Double Black Mash only comes out once a year and sells out i ...…
 
PODCAST: Salute to Charlie Papazian, the godfather of homebrewing, with craft beer tastings and news It's another small batch podcast from Home Brew Rock Stars where we dive in short form and discuss the Papazian influence on home brewing and celebrate Charlie's retirement! It wasn’t just Papazian’s expertise that he had honed since that first ...…
 
We're coming out of the dark winter nights but that doesn't mean we still don't have plenty of darkness in our cold Swedish souls. These two stouts from two up and coming Swedish microbreweries show that there is great things coming from the darkness. Martin brought over Emmaboda Astrostout and Uppsala Slumberjack. Let's get started!…
 
We love a good beer festival. There is a new beer festival coming to Malmö with a hundred breweries from all over Sweden. Stefan sits down with Nils and Eric to discuss the Great Swedish Beer Festival, what it takes to put on a festival and how you build a community around an event. It's great insight to learning what it takes to start your own ...…
 
Martin has been raving about Stockholm brewery Mariatorgets Mikrobryggeri for the past few weeks. He finally got his hands on a bottle from them via Glasbanken.se. Långkök is a deep roasty stout that was reportedly brewed for 50 hours. We debate what that adds to the beer and how that would work exactly. That's followed up with a barrel-aged st ...…
 
“Cider is like the Brave Heart Lion of beer.” "This smells like first grade.” “Let’s just vomit everything onto this can that will make their eyes light up and their wallets open.” BEER RATINGS *SPOILER ALERT* -KERYL: 3 -JAMIE: 3.75 -MOLLY: 4 GET IN TOUCH: Facebook - @drinkingbiddiespodcast Instagram - @drinkingbiddiespodcast Email – drinkingbi ...…
 
Deep in the heart of Swedish winter, Stefan and Mathias hunker down and try some dark, heavy, high abv imperial stouts. Stefan once again miss names Firestone Walker, one day he'll learn it. Parabola is a bourbon barrel aged Russian imperial stout with a huge 14.5% abv. It's complex and indulgent. Next up is Sweden's second best brewery Nerdbre ...…
 
Download Episode! PODCAST: 2019 A.H.A. Craft Beer Clone Recipes List and Tips for Better Bottle Carbonation for Home Brewers Looking for some good clone beer recipes? Greetings and welcome to another "small batch" podcast episode where we talk about some the 2019 AHA Craft Beer Clone Recipes (each year the American Homebrews Association picks o ...…
 
Stefan has been wanting to do this episode for a while. Martin continues on for this very interesting episode. We've had Founders Backwoods Bastard on the show before but Stefan found another whiskey barrel aged old ale from Amager called Patrizio, The Persuasive Peacemaker. Two beers of the same obscure style from two world class breweries. Ar ...…
 
Download Episode! PODCAST: The Government Shutdown chokes small breweries, and how to name your home brew beers. Welcome to our new "Small Batch" format (approx. 30 minutes) that features a shorter show where we talk about craft beer and home brewing news, beer related events, home brewing tips, new music and we taste some new beers, of course! ...…
 
Martin stops by and brings in two beers from the great Finnish/Estonian brewery Soir Brewing. It's the same beer but vastly different version. Parento is a wee heavy style; a rich, malty, dextrinous, and usually caramel-sweet beer. Parento comes in two styles, a port barrel aged version and a whiskey barrel aged version. Both give a slightly di ...…
 
We dug deep into our cellars and found a couple of things to share. It's our second annual cellar episode. Mathias brings out a delicious Dre Fonteinen Oude Lambiek Doesjel. We discuss the difference between lambiek and gueuze. Stefan whips out a heavy imperial stout from Evil Twin and Westbrook called Mexican Biscotti Cake Break. How long shou ...…
 
Martin is back this episode to keep the party going for the new year. We check out a couple of releases from the amazing British brewery Left Handed Giant. We reviewed our first LHG beer back on episode 119, which came out exactly one year ago. This time we have two stouts, Strange Country, a imperial stout brewed with Lervig, and Midnight Spec ...…
 
Happy New Year! It's the new year and that means we take a look back at 2018, talk about the beers that were, highlights from the year and look forward to 2019 (oh we will have a musical episode). Of course we also have beers to review. This episode we have the Wicked Weed Ferme de Chien, a brett sour ale with cherries and Brewski/Cycle Brewing ...…
 
It's the final episode and we're given our final Belgian beer of the box. Delirium Christmas is a traditional Belgian triple. Sweet, rich and boozy, the Delirium Christmas is a fitting end to the big box of Belgian and Belgian inspired beers. We review the box, offer some constructive criticism of the advent calendar and make some suggestions o ...…
 
Download Episode! PODCAST: The End of Year Recap of 19 Home Brewing Episodes and a Sneak Peek at 2019 HAPPY NEW YEAR!! This episode takes a look back at our interviews with the home brewers, brew masters, rock stars and brewing topics we covered throughout the 2018 podcast season. After 19 episodes, more than 20 guests, 40 interviews and 100 be ...…
 
We've tried the St. Bernardus Christmas ale, St. Bernardus Wit and now we have the St. Bernardus Abt 12. Widely regarded as the best of the St. Bernardus beers, the Abt 12 is a delicious 10% abv Belgian triple. It's the pentultimate episode of the advent calendar and it looks like things are finally looking up.…
 
A sour beer is a nice entry into the calendar. Liefmans Goudenband is a classic beer and kind of a gateway sour. A little bit of Flemish red mixed with something else. We're guessing lots of pennies. This one has a strong metallic smell and flavor, reminiscent of someone having washed change in water.…
 
Martin is back to discuss La Trappe Triple. It's a perfect example of a Belgian style triple. While both think it's a fine beer, for the price point there are so many other beers that could have just as easily fit this profile. Still, with the crap shoot this advent calendar has been, it's nice to have something dependable to rely on.…
 
Happy Holidays from the Biddies! Wishing all our listeners a healthy, happy, and beer-y great holiday season! CHEERS! We will see you in the new year. - K & J “I feel like you could drink these beers and still make it onto the nice list.” BEER RATINGS *SPOILER ALERT* -Jamie: BAD ELF 3.00 // SANTA'S BUTT 3.5 -Keryl: BAD ELF 3.00 // SANTA'S BUTT ...…
 
According to Brew Age, Bienenstich "reveals a soft and gentle character" with "a generous helping of wild honey from Austrian beekeepers." Martin and I both got a generous helping of earth and dirt with no honey or sweetness. Not sure what happened with this bottle but it was garbage, we're curious how it was stored prior to the calendar. Day 2 ...…
 
Mathias has the flu so Martin joins the podcast again today. We both love Flemish reds and Rodenbach makes the best Flemish reds on the market. Tangy, berries, with a nice funkiness that reminds you of fingernail polish, the Rodenbach Grand Cru makes day 19 a real treat.
 
How does a Hancock beer end up in an advent calendar? There are so many amazing Danish breweries, To Ol, Mikkeller, Dry & Bitter, Amager, Bad Seed, Beer Here, Ebeltoft, Flying Couch and on and on. There are so many breweries to choose from, why would anyone pick Hancock Old Lambrinus Dark for an advent box. Day 18 was not a happy day.…
 
This is our second offering from the monks at St. Bernardus. Their wit beer is a refreshing, citrusy, welcome entry into the calendar. It's a beautiful example of what a wit beer should be. If you don't like wit beers, you should give this a try. It will change your mind.
 
It wouldn't be an advent calendar if we didn't get a bottle of the To Ol Snowball Saison. This is the third time to try this beer on the show and dare say it's the best it's ever been. Day 16 is a wonderous day of joy and intense saisony goodness.
 
What the literal helles...Day 15 give us lump of coal in our stockings with a very pedestrian helles/lager/pilsner. Verhaeghe Export Helles is a very forgettable helles. It's like drinking...wait, what was I talking about?
 
If you've been following along at home, then you know we've tried one beer from Samuel Smith this calendar. It was a raspberry sugar bomb. We have higher hopes for the Organic Chocolate Stout on Day 14. Rich, chocolatey and loaded with copious amounts of sugar, it feels like the base beer would be amazing if they left out the organic sugar.…
 
We love Brasserie de la Senne. They are a great Belgium brewery and make wonder craft beers. Zinnebir is one of their standard offerings that never fails to please. We've had many enjoyable moments over this beer in the past. It's an easy Belgian blonde ale with fruity hoppiness.
 
From Beligum to Ireland, we get to try Boyne Winter Ale. It is literally like drinking water. Not just one of the worst beers we've had in the calendar, but one of the worst beers we've ever had.
 
Whomever put this box together has a major thing for Beligum beers. Out of the 11 beers so far 5 of them have been either Belgium or Belgium inspired beers. I imagine we'll see a few more before this calendar is done. Corsendonk does really good beers and their Pater Dubble Ale is a delicious brown ale and a real treat.…
 
We always welcome a beer from Omnipollo. Day 10 doesn't disappoint. It's a classic Omnipollo pale ale called Maz. It's one of the hightlights of the calendar so far and nice change from the brown and sweet beers which have dominated the box so far.
 
We continue our exploration of the Scandinavian beer scene with a Norwegian Jul Ol. This is our third Jul Ol and perhaps the most forgettable. It could be best described as brown. If you could drink beige. Day 9 is best left and we move on.
 
Day 8 brings us something from a Danish microbrewery we've never heard of. Kloster Bryggeriet is in Jutland on the grounds where a Danish monastery was based. They specialize in traditional monk abbey beers. Christian 3 is a caramel ale with an addition of humle hops.
 
Samuel Smith has been around for forever. When there were no craft beers in the US, there was Samuel Smith. But it was always too expensive to buy compared to other offers. Day 7 is the Samuel Smith Organic Raspberry. It's another strong sugar bomb of a beer. Probably the most candy like drink we've ever had.…
 
Kihoskh has been partnering with Mikkeller for years producing dozens of beers. This is our second release from Kihoskh and Mikkeller called Hazy Pale Ale. It's a smooth sexy little Christmas number that fills us with holiday cheer.
 
St Bernardus is a legendary trappist brewery. On day 3 we got St. Bernardus Christmas Ale. It's an interesting mix between a jule ol and a bottle conditioned trappist ale. However...there might have been something wrong with our bottle. It had a weird slightly sour taste. It does not bode well for our box of beers.…
 
Day 4 give us another Belgian beer. We're starting to see the theme of the box emerging. De Ranke is a great Belgian brewery. XX Bitter is a solid offer from them. It will be interesting to see what the mystery box offers next.
 
Do you like beer? Do you like sugar? Then day 3 has the beer for you. Lindemans Cassis is a sugar bomb of a drink. It's hard to call it a beer as it tastes like a cup of sugar dissolved in tangy water. It's a diabetic coma in a glass.
 
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