On a beautiful Saturday we packed up the equipment and headed to another awesome brewery where we talked to an amazing and generous woman. Torie Fisher is the owner of Backward Flag and a veteran who gives so much back to her fellow warriors and first responders.
She is one of the most interesting interviews that we have had. This definitely is a must listen to episode. If you ever have the chance to visit the brewery, make sure that you do. 10% of the tips get donated to a new charity every month and the beer is awesome. Make sure that you check out her non profit, Arms2Artisans. They train veterans in all phases of the brewing industry.
Visit them online at www.backwardflag.com and www.arms2artisans.com
Publish Date: 9/12/2018
The guys from Williamstown's first brewery stopped by to talk about how they got started and all that they have going on in their space. It happens to be an old bank that they have turned into an awesome little brewery.
Make sure you stop down to see Steve, Tom and Justin. Three really fun guys making some great beer. Follow them on Facebook and Instagram but make you stop into their place at 345 S Main St, downtown Williamstown.
Publish Date: 9/2/2018
We finished up our podcast with owner Dave Doe and his brother Alan, who is the front end manager and discussed how their brewery is a true family affair. Everyone is involved to make their new space an exceptional place to visit with some truly great beer.
They are definitely are a MUST stop brewery. Make it a point to find the time. They are located at 570 Mullica Hill Rd, Glassboro. Right off Rt 55. Check out their Instagram, Twitter and Facebook for what's on tap. Cheers.
Publish Date: 8/23/2018
On a rainy Saturday we packed up our equipment and headed to New Jersey's newest brewery. Bonesaw Brewing in Glassboro, which had just opened a few weeks earlier.
This first episode of two, we sat down with one of the owners, Rich DiVerniero and head brewer AJ Stoll. They tell us their stories, how they came to work with each other and where they feel the brewery is headed. Their stories are great. Make sure you visit these guys, whether you're on your way someplace or just wanna brewery hop, this place is phenomenal and is a must visit.
Publish Date: 8/15/2018
After a slow July, we are hitting it hard in August with the first part of an episode featuring women in the South Jersey beer business. We are joined by Lori White, co-owner along with her husband Geoff Bado of Zed's Brewing in Marlton and Kristen Wilson, front end manager and self proclaimed den mom at Eight & Sand Brewing in Woodbury.
These awesome ladies know their beer and the business around it. They are also members of the Pink Boots Society and definitely get in there and get their hands dirty. Plus they brought some great beer with them that they had some part of making. Thank you ladies.
Publish Date: 8/1/2018
Dry towns in NJ are jumping on the bandwagon and changing their laws to allow craft breweries and Collingswood is no exception. Kathy Abate from Devil's Creek visited our studio to talk about their brewery in a dry town, how they have become so popular and some of the problems they have encountered because of it.
She also brought samples of their beer for us to try as we discussed the styles they brew and what their future holds. She let us in on a little secret on that future.
Publish Date: 7/14/2018
Justin and Ed from Kelly Green Brewing in Pitman stopped by the bar studio to talk about a recent can release, the first of a new series they are planning. Ed discussed the barrel aged beers that he makes and how the program has expanded and will continue to expand.
The guys talked about opening in a dry town and how the brewery has outgrown is current space. Make sure you listen to find out what their plans are for the future. We are also missing a member of crew, find out who's not around this episode and why.
Check out Kelly Green on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter or check them out at www.Kellygreenbrewing.com. Better yet, stop by the tap room at 154 S Broadway Ave., Pitman and say hi to Justin, Ed and the gang.
Publish Date: 7/4/2018
A couples of weeks ago we packed up the equipment and hit the road to Lakewood. Some of us visited one of the hottest breweries in NJ and talked to owner and head brewer Jason Goldstein. We discuss his start and how fast the brewery has grown. Faster than he ever imagined. BTW, I said some of us visited the brewery, find out who didn't make it and why.
Publish Date: 6/11/2018
A new month brings a new episode and it will also bring a new brewery to South Jersey. Westville Brewery in downtown Westville will be opening their doors on June 23rd. We got to sit down and talk with husband and wife team of Mike and Pam, 2 of the owners.
We talked about the problems they encountered and what they are planning for their awesome space. They are a great couple and we wish them and their other partners all the best with their brewery.
Remember, #drinklocal #trysomethingjersey
Publish Date: 6/1/2018
This is a very special episode which features 2 different interviews with Brotherton Brewing. Way back when we started our podcast, we visited the brewhouse and sat down and talked to Keith and Ryan. Our first attempt at an on location taping did not go so well. Frankly, we screwed it up and decided not to release it.
Then came AC Beer Fest, where our audio for that event wasn't so great either. We decided to just have the old episode cleaned up and put it with the interview we did Keith at AC Beer Fest. You're getting a double dose of Brotherton in this episode so we hope you enjoy!
Publish Date: 5/21/2018
In the 2nd part of our Atlantic City Beerfest adventure, we talk to Ryan from Tonewood Brewing in Oaklyn, NJ, Canadian Dave Nuhn from our very 1st episode and Jason from Slacktide Brewing in Cape May Court House, NJ.
We had a great time talking to these guys and we want to thank them for stopping by. Make sure you stop by the breweries when you get the chance and enjoy some of the great beers they have. As far as Dave, maybe he will be on again.
Publish Date: 5/10/2018
We were fortunate enough to be invited to one of the premier beer fests in the US and joined others on podcast row. We got to meet a lot of great people and talk to a few Jersey brewers doing some great things.
First up is Rob from Ship Bottom Brewery in Beach Haven NJ. We then have Karl and Kurt from Bucket Brigade Brewery in Cape May Court House NJ. The last segment features Rob Callahan from Tuckahoe Brewing in Egg Harbor Twp, NJ
Make sure if you're ever nearby, stop in and have a beer. They are doing great stuff
Publish Date: 4/29/2018
In part 2 we are joined by Vic Sbailo from the Ocean County Brewers Association and writer for South Jersey Beer Scene. Kevin from Philly Beer Trail also joins us as we talk about beer and nothing else of importance.
Vic and Kevin are 2 great guys who know a lot about beer and are always out and about. Catch up to Vic at the Ocean County Brewers Association on Facebook and you can find Kevin at Philly Beer Trail on Facebook and Instagram.
Make sure you visit Manafirken Breweery, 450 E Bay Ave., Manahawken,NJ.
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Publish Date: 4/14/2018
We packed up the equipment and headed down to Manafirkin Brewery in Manahawkin NJ. They are right on the way to LBI, so it's an easy stop on your way to the shore. Todd and Donn are great guys with an awesome taproom and even better beer. 20 plus taps and every beer was good.
The conversation was great, so much so, that Rob didn't even have to talk too much. he got to enjoy the beer. Listen to the gang as they have a great time. No, it was a great firkin time
Publish Date: 4/1/2018
We've added a bonus episode for you right before AC Beerfest. Our own host of the Jersey Beer Guys, Rob Towey, is also the co-host of the South Jersey Beer Scene podcast with John Couchoud. John was a guest of the JBGs when they first started and John loved it so much that he decided to bring the SJBS website to a podcast.
Listen in as they talk to Mike Loc from Broken Goblet in PA. I know, not a Jersey brewery but an all around great guy who does live in NJ.Stop by and see everyone at Beerfest and say hi.
Publish Date: 3/22/2018
We visit Three 3s to try their beer, Unfathomable Transgression, a hazy lager. A totally awesome New Jersey style beer.
We talk with Keith Oriente, one of the owners of Brotherton and Mike Geller of Three 3s about their breweries and how they got together to do this.
We also talked to the guys responsible for brewing this beer, Mike Geller and his brother John along with Ryan from Brotherton about the ideas they had to create this beer.
Then we grabbed 2 people out of the tasting room to talk about their beer.
Publish Date: 2/3/2018
On this episode we sit down with John Couchoud from the website South Jersey Beer Scene, a site about all things craft beer in south Jersey. We talk about some different beer styles and what some of the brewers in south Jersey are doing. Naturally, Amy in inundated with too much info but we continue with our education of craft beer.
You'll have to forgive me because I was sick that night but there was no way I was gonna cancel this interview.
Publish Date: 12/2/2017
When you hear the word armageddon you think the end but this is just the beginning. Gill and Christian from Armageddon Brewing come in to talk to us about their plan to open one of, if not the first' Cider and mead tasting rooms in NJ. They talk about their plans and school us on hard cider and mead, which by the way, are ABSOLUTELY awesome.
Publish Date: 11/20/2017