Over Beers - Jughandle Brewing Company

A couple of weeks ago the show was at the Fir Farm’s Hop Harvest.  One of the places getting hops was Jughandle Brewing Company.  We talked about getting together for the release of the beer they were making with the picked hops and that is exactly what we did last Saturday.  Jughandle released Fir Coat, their harvest ale.   

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Publish Date: 9/22/2018




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After the show back in September on the ABC rule changes, when we had three breweries together on the show, I wanted to do another one where we had a few brewery owners but spoke about the beer, not the state rules.  So I asked each brewery to bring two beers so we could sit down and discuss what went in to the beer, why they brewed and how they felt about the beer. I think you’ll find it was a really interesting discussion and we had a lot of fun. Last Monday, I sat down with Mike from Bradley Brew Project, Kevin from Dark City and Pete from Jughandle to do just that.

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Publish Date: 12/3/2018


Throughout history brewing and farming have always been tied together.  You brewed with ingredients that were nearby and for farmers that meant you brewed with what you grew yourself.  Today there is usually a space between where the grains are grown and where the beer is brewed.  That is not the case with Screamin’ Hill Brewery.  The brew house sits right on the farm, Owners Brett Bullock and Ryan Cole like to say “From Field To Glass”.  Where ever possible they use their own grown ingredients, whether it’s the grains to make their base malt or the pumpkins, tomatoes or basil used to flavor their beers. It’s grown right there.

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Produced by Freddy Clark

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Publish Date: 11/10/2018


Breweries in most places were traditionally in industrial sections of town.  When laws changed and they had the opportunity to open a tap room, they were created by carving out a section of the production brewery, putting in some taps, a bar and some stools.  Tap room opened.  For breweries that started after the law changes, the dynamic changed and they built their taprooms as the center piece.  Thought was given to how welcoming the space can be.  How will people feel when they visit.  It can be a place where people can be social with one another and generate a sense of community. That’s the feeling you will get when you visit Death of the Fox.  Plus there’s something different.  The smell of coffee greets you when you walk in.  In addition to being a brewery, Death of the Fox is also a coffee house. 

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Produced by Freddy Clark

Music: "Slow Burn"

Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)

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Publish Date: 10/13/2018


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Publish Date: 9/29/2018


I knew that there was a rich history of brewing in the Northeast but I had no idea just how rich it was.  During his talk Rich Wagner mentioned that he had published a book, entitled “Philadelphia Beer” going through the history of brewing in Philadelphia. I knew I wanted to read it and I knew I wanted to have him on the podcast.

You can find his book “Philadephia Beer” on Amazon, check out his website pabreweryhistorians.tripod.com. The event on October 20th has been cancelled. Check out his website for other events in the future.

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Produced by Freddy Clark

Music: "Slow Burn"

Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)

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Publish Date: 9/14/2018


There’s the old saying is Blood is thicker than water…but is blood thicker than beer? That’s what I was looking to find out when I visited Fort Nonsense Brewing Company earlier in the summer. FNC is owned and operated by not just two, but three brothers.  Andrew, Thomas and James…the Aslanian Brothers.  They are brewing a variety of classic ales and lagers with their own unique twists and talk about those beers with only a hint of sibling rivalry during the conversation.  

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Produced by Freddy Clark

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Publish Date: 9/6/2018


A few months ago I met Mickey and Bobby Clark owners of the Fir Farm.  Traditionally they’ve sold Christmas Trees, and they still do, but for the last few years they’ve also been growing hops right here in Central Jersey.  They invited me to their 2018 Hop Harvest in early August. 

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Produced by Freddy Clark

Music: "Slow Burn"

Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)

Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0

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Publish Date: 8/31/2018


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Over Beers is a Podcast focusing on conversations with craft beer industry professionals to give craft beer enthusiasts an insight in to their world. Geared toward people who may be new to craft beer, the goal of the conversations is to find out what set them on their path in craft beer, what inspires their work and how they see the future of their careers and the industry. One of the features of the show will be for the guest to recommend a beer or two, which we will drink during the podcast and talk about during the conversation. The tone of the show is a casual conversation, and the focus is on the guest.

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