In Episode 15 Warren and Matt sit down for a chat with Joe Fisher, head brewer and owner of Man Skirt Brewing, while enjoying a craft pack from Firestone Walker Brewing Company. Jimmy Alessandrini from Czig Meister Brewing also joins in the fun.
Listen as Matt challenges Matt Brynildson from Firestone Walker to a naked brewing vision quest armed with nothing but an octopus.
Follow along at home with:
Man Skirt Brewing: Pfeffer Bock
Firestone Walker: Pale 31
Firestone Walker: DBA
Firestone Walker: Easy Jack
Firestone Walker: Luponic Distortion Revolution 004
In Episode 13 Warren and Matt explore a wide range of beers and discussions to go along with them. Join them at home with:
Genesee: Cream Ale
Alltech Lexington Brewing & Distilling Co.: Kentucky Peach Barrel Wheat Ale
Forgotten Boardwalk: What the Butler Saw Undressed Wit
Flying Fish: Extra Pale Ale
Metz Brewing: Heaven on Earth New England IPA
In Episode 12 the boys from Jersey Girl Brewing join Warren and Matt to talk about opening a brewery, the New Jersey craft brew scene, and, of course, New England IPAs. Always New England IPAs. Our “Ground Hog Day” topic.
Thanks to Chuck, Chris, Dustin, and Erik from Jersey Girl for joining us for the show. And thanks to Czig Meister Brewing for the endless pours.
Warren and Matt put together a quick show to discuss the four Cream Ale collaborations they did on Czig Meister’s Forge Batch system and released for the July 4 Holiday. The boys cover the history of Cream Ale, their recipe and process, brewing with fruit, and how their beers were received.
Matt also goes off on another diatribe about New England IPAs. Shocking.
In Episode 9, Warren and Matt discuss the impending grand opening of Czig Meister Brewing Company. Matt describes the beers he will be brewing, and he shares many of the highlights and frustrations of opening his own brewery.
Congratulations, Matt!!! It’s been a long time coming.
In Episode 8, Warren and Matt review the Skyland Regional Taste of the Town Homebrew Competition. They are joined by six winners to discuss the event, share stories, talk about their recipes and process, and, of course, enjoy the winning entries. Join us and you’ll learn a thing or two about brewing award-winning beer.
Congratulations to our guests: