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
John and Ed from Somers Point Brewing visit the studio to talk about their brewery located at the old Somers Point ice company. The building at this time is still undergoing construction but they are expecting an early spring opening, possibly the beginning of April. Make sure you check them out on Facebook and Twitter to track of their progress and for the grand opening date.
We especially want to thank Ed for being a long time listener of the show. He actually recognized Amy at the Atlantic City Beer and Music Festival last year and we haven't heard the end of it from Amy since. Thanks Ed.
Somers Point Brewing, 705 New York Ave., Somers Point, NJ
Publish Date: 2/1/2019
We finish up our interview with good friend of the show, Kevin Reilly and his business partner from Naked Brewing, Jim Crossland. The awesome assortment of beers kept flowing while we talk about all the great stuff that Naked Brewing has going on at their location. Make sure you visit them at 51 Buck Rd, Huntingdon Valley, PA.
Check them out on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Follow Kevin's travels on Facebook at Philly Beer Trail. Kevin and his partner in crime, Steve Wiercinski visit breweries in PA, NJ and DE, letting you know all about the beers from these great places.
Publish Date: 1/26/2019
Our good friend Kevin Riley O'Reilly from Philly Beer Trail stops by to talk about his new venture, Naked Brewing in Huntington Valley PA. He brings along his business partner, Jim Crossland and we have one hell of a good time. The conversation went on enough that we were able to make 2 episodes.
Make sure you visit Naked Brewing, 51 Buck Rd. Huntington Valley PA. Check them out on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
Publish Date: 1/16/2019
We loaded up the truck and headed to Iron Hill Brewery in our home base of Maple Shade to enjoy
We loaded up the truck and headed to Iron Hill Brewery in our home base of Maple Shade. We sat down with head brewer Josh Ervine, a veteran brewer who oversees the operation at this location which is one 15 brewpubs located in the Philadelphia/SJ/DE area. We also enjoyed some great food and when we finished, we hung out and met some great people.
Make sure you check out an Iron HIll Brewery location near you for some great beer and food. Also check out their King of the Hill rewards program.
Publish Date: 1/1/2019
It's a Christmas Miracle! We sat down in our new studio to swap a few beers and talk a little crap like we do sometimes do.We want to wish everyone a happy holiday season no matter what holiday you celebrate.
We want to thank all those who listen to the show. We look forward to making the show better in the new year and looking towards Atlantic City Beer and Music Festival in March.
Publish Date: 12/21/2018
We finish up our conversation with Dr Matt Farber, the head of program at the University located in Philadelphia. We were fortunate to sample some beer that was brewed with an experimental yeast that some of his students discovered in the area.
Our thanks to Dr Matt for hosting us and letting us sample some really good beer. You can find out more about the program by contacting the University, following on Facebook @USciences Brewing Science and on Instagram @brusciences.
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Publish Date: 12/15/2018
We made a trek across the Ben Franklin Bridge to the University City area of Philadelphia were we made a visit to Dr. Matthew Farber of The University of the Sciences Philadelphia. What's unique about this school is that they a brewing course. Not only that, but his students have discovered a new yeast strain which sours beer without the introduction of bacteria into the brewing process.
To find out more about the course please check with the school and for more about the yeast, check the Feb/Mar copy of Craft Beer and Brewing Magazine. But of course, listen to his show to hear about the beers they made.
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Publish Date: 12/3/2018
We sat around one Friday night to talk about the growth in the craft beer industry in the state of New Jersey and how craft beer continues to grow in the US. We also got to talk with Mike O'Toole from the Wort Podcast, a show about craft beer on Long Island.
You can find their show, along with ours, on the Hopped Up Network and check out their show on Govs Radio.
Publish Date: 11/5/2018