E27 Adjunct Brewing and Ryan Brewing One-Barrel Startup

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Podcast: Adjuncts are on review with guest Todd Ryan from Ryan Brewing In this podcast episode we delve into adjunct brewing with Ryan Brewing master brewer, Todd Ryan. The crew discusses the craft beer craze of adjunct brewing in detail. We'll talk about Todd's new start-up one-barrel craft beer system and visit his brewing past from explorations in Europe to Wyoming home-brew roots to the now 2-month opened for public consumption, Ryan Brewing in Roscoe, IL. And of course, we do some beer tastings....this time featuring M-43 NEIPA from Old Nation Brewing Co. in Williamston, Michigan, the first release in Othe “New Orthodox” IPA series utilizing a complex combination of Calypso, Simcoe, Citra and Amarillo hops. Not to outdone, Todd brough 4 fabulous beers from Ryan's Brewing, including his signature Schlopgarten German Hefeweizen, Back in Blackberry PA, a Cherry Apricot Sour and a delicious Kolsch with some steamy influence. Speaking of one barrel systems, we wondered in the real life, does size really matter?...Kent and Brent lead a another segment of BEER TAG, where they offer fact or fiction of different sizes of breweries, beer production, etc. and Mike and Todd have to guess whether the size given for each topic is indeed real or fake. Surprisingly, they both did quite well ... are you a beer know-it-all? If so, how did you do on this episodes beer tag? Finally, much like adjunct brewing, we shared clips from Opal, an American rock band in the 1980s from LA. They were part of the Paisley Underground musical style and come across as a fuzz-drenched infuse of Mazzy Star meets T-Rex. The band's name is derived from Opel, a song by Syd Barrett of early Pink Floyd fame. As is the case with many of our music clip features, Opal is extremely rare and difficult to find so we hope you enjoy the sneak preview of these fuzzy rock classics from our youth. Share this podcast with your friends (below) and send us your feedback for what you'd like us to talk about on the Homebrew Rockstars Facebook page. You can now buy our merch on Threadless (Use this code for free shipping: FREESHIP7180f00a4 ). Plus...tune in next episode as we preview Screw City Brew Fest 2018! #drinkitup

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