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With an emphasis on non-fiction travel books, books on place, nature writing, and travel literature, host Jeremy Bassetti talks with the world’s most celebrated writers about their work and about the business and craft of travel writing in this award-winning podcast. Past guests include travel writers like Paul Theroux, Pico Iyer, and Rolf Potts. The show also covers topics related to travel journalism and travel photography.
 
Welcome to Craft Services! Each week we interview someone who worked on a film we like. This is a show hosted by Rutgers University Film Students Parth Marathe and Trent Algayer. Cover art by: Jack Siminerio. Intro jingle by: Nate Johnston, Outro jingle by: Michael Schaming Edited by Trent Algayer
 
A podcast about nothing but also everything where each episode is something different. Alex & Tommy, two lifelong best friends of 20+ years, sip crafty libations and share ideas and stories with listeners and guests alike. Cheers! Email us: craftheadspodcast@gmail.com Support us: patreon.com/CraftHeadsPodcast
 
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Personal finance often gets stuck in the minutia. How much you spend on coffee or dinner are small details in the grand scheme of things. Craft Advice is focusing on large financial decisions. From investing in real estate to choosing a financial advisor, we want to highlight the large financial decisions investors make and how to work through them effectively.See podcast disclaimers: https://craft-advice.com/disclosures/
 
American Craft Podcast is produced by the American Craft Council, a national nonprofit working to support craft artists in their practice and elevate their stories. This program and many like it are supported in part by our members. You can support future programs and the American Craft Council by becoming a member yourself. Go to craftcouncil.org/join to learn more.
 
As a beer connoisseur who has sampled over 5000 unique brews this show takes you on a tour of these brews and breweries with ratings and reviews on every single one! The good, bad, and the just alright... So tune in, take notes, and enjoy some Craft Beer craziness with Swoledadof3 himself! Cheers! Follow us on Instagram @callingallcraftbeer
 
Gretchen Rubin is HAPPIER, and she wants you to be happier too. The #1 bestselling author of The Happiness Project and Better Than Before gets more personal than ever as she brings her practical, manageable advice about happiness and good habits to this lively, thought-provoking podcast. Gretchen’s cohost and guinea pig is her younger sister, Elizabeth Craft, a TV writer and producer living in Los Angeles, who (lovingly) refers to Gretchen as her happiness bully. Part of the Cadence13 Network.
 
Tap the Craft Podcast is an informational craft beer podcast targeting the everyday beer drinker. The hosts are craft beer enthusiasts whose passion for this hobby comes out in the show. This podcast is focused on talking about the craft beer hobby in layman terms, not elitist speak. Entry into craft beer should not be a daunting and scary endeavor, so we want to help you learn about craft beer so you too can become a craft beer enthusiast. So whether you are well experienced or new to craft ...
 
Welcome to Joy 2 Ears Monthly Podcast Tiltled : Melody Of Craft Hosted by Jameson ( Pretoria) South African Deep & Soulful House Podcast we have 5 shows per episode[ Melody Of Craft] which is accommodate by Main Mix | Local Mix | Special Mix | Guest Mix For more enquires send us Email : StreetKultureGroup@Yahoo.com or follow us on our Social Media platforms Facebook & Instagram Melody Of Craft
 
Imaginary Worlds sounds like what would happen if NPR went to ComicCon and decided that’s all they ever wanted to cover. Host Eric Molinsky spent over a decade working as a public radio reporter and producer, and he uses those skills to create thoughtful, sound-rich episodes about science fiction, fantasy, and other genres of speculative fiction. Every other week, he talks with comic book artists, game designers, novelists, screenwriters, filmmakers, and fans about how they craft their world ...
 
A maker is someone who has a passion for creating something where formerly there was nothing. Making and being creative may be their full time job, a part-time hustle, or a hobby that brings them joy. Every week I will bring you two interviews of female and nonbinary makers of all kinds from all over the world.
 
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This is a special edition of the Craft Beer Cast. My guest for 30 mins is Chuck Garrity Founder and co owner of Death of the Fox Brewing located in Clarksboro, NJ. Chuck joins me to discuss the recent lawsuit his brewery filed against the NJ ABC. Death of the Fix suing because they feel that the NJ ABC overstepped it's authority when issuing the sp…
 
This episode is packed with insights from Luke Norsworthy, pastor of Westover Hills Church in Austin, Texas, and author of God Over Good and Befriending Your Monsters. His conversation with Steve Carter meanders through all sorts of topics: How to put yourself into sermons without being narcissistic. Why Luke uses a checkmark system to track sermon…
 
SC's Liability Brewing Co wowed us earlier this year with their Stunning Belgian Blonde, Feral Garden Gnome. This week, we have a whole shows worth of their beer to try! Also, the Queen died and Mark isn't here. Coincidence? Ultra Secret Enigma Ted Danzig Black Lager Feral Garden Gnome Triple Dollar Bill Y'all Temet Nosce Theme Music by Adrian Ques…
 
The current hot market for hops that has persisted for about a decade now is a bit of a historical blip. From the 60’s through the 00’s, the hop market experienced structural decline as reduced demand for bittering hops and increased alpha acid levels and extraction methods hit growers from both sides. But the craft brewery acceleration around 2012…
 
Use my special link zen.ai/chasethecraft and use chasethecraft to save 30% off your first three months of Zencastr professional. #madeonzencastr After moving from Canada to New Zealand Tom found a passion for home distilling. Eventually vowing to go pro or leave the hobby behind. He now operates a small distillery named after a legend that ties New…
 
Andrea Gordon, MFA is a categorical career leaping nerd that has gone from aspiring musician, to sound design, to kitchen work, and settled on woodworking and art in the last 3 years. She has been wood turning for the last year and started a tiny business in April 2022 selling pens and other little wood trinkets. She is 1st generation USA born Colo…
 
This week we keep it tight and talk about Oktoberfest drinking and what Yahoo thinks are the best Oktoberfest beers are the best. There is more stuff for sure, but that is what is coming to mind right now. Oh, I almost forgot, I dunno if Chicago deep-dish pizza is even pizza. So sit with that. Thank you for listening. That is pretty rad of you. DOW…
 
In honor of Joe's birthday, Joe and Caroline spend a parents' night out at West Side Brewing –kid free! They discuss a wide variety of topics including Lilly's recent sleepover with her friend, why you should never give Caroline a sledgehammer, and more while drinking some fantastic Bavarian-style beers locally brewed right here on the west side (b…
 
Christine was born and raised in Montana, growing up in a rural area, fairly feral, with lots of pets. From a young age Christine would obsessively draw flowers and horses (foreshadowing). Christine attended the university of Montana, earning a BFA in painting and printmaking, and almost didn't finish due to getting hired on as a cook in elk huntin…
 
Amy LaBelle is the Founder and Winemaker at LaBelle Winery. She is a former practicing attorney who discovered her passion for winemaking after visiting a small winery in Nova Scotia, Canada during one of her summer vacations. Amy was recently named “Business Leader of the Year” in New Hampshire. Her ultimate goal is to give back to her community i…
 
In Episode 213 we go live again on Facebook and on Twitter, and in this episode we discuss why we use malted grains in the brewing process. We also do tasting notes on the Chimay Cinq Cents Ale (White Label) which is a Trappist Tripel ale. In Ep 214 we will be doing a tasting notes segment with the Chimay Grande Reserve Ale (Blue Label) Trappist Da…
 
Wassssup everyone we have Jameson who complied a local mix to remind yall we still around pleae note Joy2Ears will be back on your ears very soon but currently you can enjoy this amazing dance mix dedicated to all the groovist who love local production for all enquires related to this mix can be direct to the email on our bio or you can contact us …
 
And we are back at it again with a stop in Cambridge, Ontario for Octob...sorry Oaktoberfest! Live again, we had a wonderful opportunity to come out to the first Oaktoberfest put on by Reverence Barrel Works and Brolly Brew Co. We were fortunate to try some great food from Wooden Boat Food Co., enjoy some fantastic music (Bo Music, Truckermouth, an…
 
Hello Writers and Crafters! I'm Valerie Ihsan, And I'm Erick Mertz, and this is Episode 85 of the podcast and it's September 21, 2022 as we record this. Main Topic: Spousal/Partner Support PATREON: No new patrons this weeks, but a big squeezy hug and Thank you to our existing patrons for believing in us and in the podcast. This podcast is sponsored…
 
Episode 99 September 15, 2022 On the Needles 1:06 ALL KNITTING LINKS GO TO RAVELRY UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED. Please visit our Instagram page @craftcookreadrepeat for non-Rav photos and info Atlantic Heart by Joji Locatelli, Neighborhood Fiber Co Rustic Fingering in Upton, Shadow and Cross Street Market– DONE!! Vanilla is the new black Socks by Anneh …
 
Who says you need a reason to saison? Saison is all the reason you need. On this landmark episode, we again drink five different takes on our favorite style of beer - but we pepper this one with some interviews. You’ll hear from Sarah Flora from Flora Brewing on how she ended up releasing a saison with Chicago’s Pilot Project, in addition to how th…
 
This is a rebroadcast of a podcast from May 25th, 2022 presented as an encore for anyone who missed it. “I wonder where is all my relation. Friendship to all and every nation.” —David Drake Ancestry and family are profound values in Baralaye's life, but the terms also have a degree of opacity. An understanding of “one’s people” touches on broad ide…
 
It feels good to be back! On this episode Brian talks turning 50, his birthday in Washington, DMB, avoiding covid, the Blackwater Boogie, and so much more, really!! Have a listen/watch and share with your friends or enemies! Find on all podcast platforms and YouTube! Just Search “Craft Conversations”! It’s always best if you watch 😉 Enjoyed: BirdSo…
 
We felt it only right to delay our latest episode in respect of the passing of the Queen, but we are delighted to be able to present our latest episode of Daftaboutcraft, the craft beer podcast. Not one but two guests this time as homebrewer Steve Folland explains how a 16 per cent stout was an award-winning beer for Camra, while Tom and Dani aka L…
 
On today's episode of the Craft Industry Alliance podcast, we’re talking about kits and craft books with my guest Cynthia Treen. Cynthia Treen's charming felt animal designs are classics in the making, with their own stories waiting to be imagined. Explore her threadfollower kits and patterns or her new book, Wind in the Willows Felt Friends. Her p…
 
Yes, this episode is about *actual* prison. Alex sits down with friend and first-time guest Adam Meacham to talk about the penal experience and changing your life: Adam is now a free man of 10 years. Warning: Few details are spared in this one. If you enjoy the show, please smash a 5-star rating on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, or whatever platform you …
 
On Episode 97 Luke flys solo as his planned guest experienced some serious connection issues thanks to Mother Nature, but as always the show just go on. Luke takes a trip down the climate change rabbit hole and discusses your favorite criminals as well as the reality of EVs ever becoming the norm for anyone. He reviews his recent trip to the Brass …
 
David Jenyns is the founder of Systemology and SystemHub software. He is the author of the book SYSTEMology: Create time, reduce errors and scale your profits with proven business systems which has over 350 reviews on Amazon scoring 4.6 stars. He also hosts the podcast Business Process Simplified. He’s a frequent keynote speaker and has a Tedx talk…
 
This week, Brie (@The_PintSized_Traveler) and Kreis (@KreisFace) discuss news in the world of energy drinks, Stone's Recent Sellout, what our limited brains would do with purchased IP, and how Vanilla Ice is getting into the brewing game Featured Beer: "Super Beta" by Pure Brewing --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/craft-beer-is-dead/me…
 
Welcome back to another episode Triple Hopped session series! In this episode, Charlie (@charlieayling1 / @craftcangang) and Ryan (@thebeardedbeerbloke) dust off the draught pick format for a review of the first 6 months of this year. Looking at beers produced between 01.01.2022 and 30.06.2022, Charlie and Ryan choose the best IPAs, dark beers, lag…
 
Have you ever wanted to create something but felt intimidated by trying a new craft? On this week’s episode I talk with Melissa Schwenk who has dabbled in a variety of creative endeavors. She describes herself as a non-professional crafter, and she’s explored everything from pottery to gardening. We discuss the interconnectedness of creative activi…
 
We sat down with Hogie from Libra Non-Alcoholic Craft Beer (& also Upstreet Brewing)at the Stillwell Freehouse to chat about the non-alc beer and more! Find Libra Non-Alcoholic Craft Beer on instagram here. Make sure to follow for updates on new flavours and cool contests! Our amazing sponsor is Bishop's Cellar! They're so awesome! Spend your beer …
 
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