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Out Here Having a Pint podcast is a casual show about all things beer. This includes interviews with homebrewers as well as professional brewers, restaurant owners of taprooms and discussions on our bottleshare segments. We'll discover new places that we've never been before and inform the audience what we think about the beers that we try. Anything goes when you're out here having a pint!

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Episode 5: Part 2 of Circle City Zymurgy at the Hatch

On this hoppy episode, we had the chance to sit with Aaron Harden and Joe Oliphant, local hop farmers over at Eight One Two Farms in Columbus, Indiana. Aaron and Joe joined us at Mashcraft Brewing in Greenwood, Indiana where we ordered flights of a few brews Mashcraft had to offer, did a fun taste test and a discussion of each beer we sampled. In the end, we learned something not so new about ourselves...that we are all hop heads! They share with us the in's and out's of hop farming here in Indiana, how they got started in growing hops, as well as plans that they have for the future of their business(es).

       
On this episode, Part 2 of the Circle City Zymurgy at the Hatch, we finally get to bring our partner, Rob Ecker in on the mic and discuss the vibes of the Indiana on Tap Tasting Society event, featuring the homebrewers of Circle City Zymurgy. We will also chat with Jeremy Railey, Nick Boling, and Brady Smith and hear what they have to say about their experience pouring at the event, the beers they brewed, and the ones they enjoyed the tasting!

       
Join us at the Atlas Ballroom in Bloomington, Indiana for the official Brewdog Launch, a day that we are positive will go down in craft beer history. On this episode, we have a deep discussion about our passion for Brewdog craft beer, our frequent trips to the brewery in Columbus, Ohio, our favorites of the Brewdog beer line up, the amazing Brewdog staff, and let us not forget, Brian Morahan, our surprise guest and the man who is making it happen by bringing Brewdog beers to as many Indiana taprooms as possible, and from what we hear people are loving it! That's really no surprise, is it?

Later in the episode, you'll catch us having a little fun and going off the rails after enjoying a bit of Brewdog Cocoa Psycho which comes in at 10% ABV, but man is it a tasty brew! We'll take you on a tour of the Atlas Ballroom, the first place to launch Brewdog in Bloomington, Indiana and have a chat about the atmosphere and the $20.00 ramen noodles. Or let's hope we were just a tad intoxicated and they weren't really that much. You won't want to miss this episode.

       
On this episode, we attended a Tasting Society event that was held at The Hatch in Indianapolis, hosted by Indiana on Tap. This sold-out event featured homebrewers only, from the widely known homebrew club, Circle City Zymurgy.

In this episode, you'll hear from several of the homebrewers who were pouring their beer and Kevin goes in the field and chats with the attendees about their favorite brews.

       
On this episode, we interview John Moorhead of the American Homebrewers Association. Now John may have been on a speaker phone because the audio is muffled, however, it's the content that matters to home brewers.

So relax, don't worry, and have a homebrew while you listen!

       
We interviewed the owners (Tony and Connie Musgrave) at 21 North Eatery and Cellar in Martinsville, IN. While on location, we discussed their fantastic restaurant and asked how craft beer is impacting the business.

       

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