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Each week Rob Sheehan, Pete Senefeld, and Adam Fultz review and discuss craft beer and spirits (mostly from Indiana). They also dabble in strange beer news and Adam’s shenanigans.

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Amber ales and animal facts. It's nearly as informative as Discovery Channel's Shark Week. If Shark Week was produced by a couple of idiots and their fourteen year-old cousin who "ain't quite right."

The highlights include Fountain Square Brewing's Preacher's Daughter Amber Ale. It's an American Amber with hints of citrusy hops balanaced with buiscuit malts.

Next up is Urban Artifact's Thoroughbred Barrel Aged Imperial Amber Ale. This one sparks quite a nice conversation among the group...

Which is a great segue into us falling off a cliff in to the ocean where octopus live in glorious cities. Yes. Apparently that is a thing, or so says Adam. Tune in to learn more.





Publish Date: 8/20/2018



Don't let that super-sweet episode title fool you. There is actually, genuinely, truthfully good beer reviewing that took place in this episode. Sure, we then talked about getting pulled over and chugging a beer, Adam's death hugs, and expressing beaver butts. All of this because you need to get the hard-hitting news somewhere and we're just the team to bring it to you.

Expert journalism aside, our local beer is Bier Brewery's Backpackin' Brown Porter. This medium bodied porter "for all seasons" caused some insightful beer discussion amongst the group. And yes, even Adam.

Up next is Dogfish Head's Palo Santo Marron. This American Brown Ale really wow'ed the collective. Seek this one out, give it a shot and let us know your thoughts.

Then come the hugs and beaver butts.


Publish Date: 7/19/2018



Three cheers for four beers and a Happy Fourth of July to all! Keeping with the tradition of expressing our unwavering patriotism we bring you another super special edition episode sponsored by our friends at Books and Brews!

We go back-to-back with two very different IPA's from Scarlet Lane Brewing. First their Vivian Red IPA and then a less traditional Bourbon Barrel Aged Braggot style IPA, Eirik Bloodaxe.

To finish up we bring in two offerings from Upland Brewing. We start a little safe with their Dragonfly IPA and then knock it up a notch with Darken, a sour ale.

Before you go and blow off your fingers with fireworks, make sure you click that download button!



Publish Date: 7/4/2018



Hi there loyal listeners! We're breaking our routine and not talking about blondes this go-around. 18th Street Brewery put out a refreshing beverage with hints of grapefruit, Rise of The Angels. So we start there and then veer directly off course and move on to a cider offering from Angry Orchard.

After that, things just get weird. There's a lot of discussion of crabs, cheese, and heists. Maybe not one of our more informative episodes, but certainly one to sit down and enjoy with a beer or twelve.

Cheers!




Publish Date: 6/19/2018



Yeah, we’re featuring blondes… again. But hey, when the weather is this nice, sometimes you just need a nice refreshing beverage that Pete can mow his lawn drinking.

First up we have Gold Standard from Taxman Brewing Company. This Abbey-Style Blonde Ale spurred a fair amount of discussion amongst the group.

We follow-up our local beer with a trip to Germany, Ohio. Yeah. Germany. What of it?!?! We talk about Rhinegeist’s Cougar Blonde Ale. This one is an American Blonde Ale that shares some similarities with the Abbey-Style Blonde from Taxman. 

If our beer review shenanigans weren’t awkward enough for you, we end by discussing the following: Weird drinking laws, weird drinks, and a plea to Pat McAfee to save our show.





Publish Date: 6/4/2018



Celebrate National Beer Week with this banger from your buddies at thespeakpodcast!

On a warm Spring day we very few beers are as refreshing Gose. We kick things off with the Indiana standard gose from, Triton Brewing, Barn Phantom. An interesting offering out of Collective Brewing in Ft. Worth, Cup O' Beer is our out-of-towner.

To wrap things up, we may or may not have promised to spend a few hundred dollars obtaining a beer should this episode get 10,000 downloads.




Publish Date: 5/18/2018



Looking to supplement the fun you're having at Death and Taxes Day? Tune in and listen to our second installment of our Beer Education Series.

As Spring is here (technically) our style of choice is the easy and approachable Blonde. We'll let Brian and Brooke of Four Day Ray give us the BJCP style explanation and walk us through their Blood Orange Blonde on tap now. They then give us a sneak preview of their blueberry blonde at the end of the episode which will be released the first week of May. Or, if you listen close, we do let you know a few locations where it is on tap.

Pete tried his darn-dest to locate some blondes to compare and contrast some beers of the same style. as you might expect, he failed. However the beers he did acquire generated some great conversation. The line-up for this episode included: Prairie Artisan Ales Prairie Gold, Evil Twin Classique Imperial, and Jolly Pumpkin Oro De Calabaza.

If you like our Beer Education Series leave a comment, share with your friends, and be sure to get out and enjoy the weather on The Pint Cycle and stop in Four Day Ray for a refreshing beverage! 





Publish Date: 4/21/2018



Look what's in your Easter basket... No, really, go look. That's right, a new episode of our favorite podcast! No, not the Last Podcast on The Left - thespeakpodcast!

Come enjoy some jelly beans and peeps and listen to us discuss stouts as white as the Easter Bunny himself! Even though white stouts are not currently recognized by the BJCP we'll still drink 'em!

We've got back to back Indiana beers. Starting with Ivory Stout from Brew Link Brewery and finishing up with Evil Czech's Bigsby.

Sprinkled throughout we have sound effects from Adam and Rob, discussion of time travel and ball pits and Adam re-enacts would it would be like if Oscar the Grouch were to speak like Batman and lure children in to his trashcan.








Publish Date: 4/1/2018



We sat down with some friends from Four Day Ray and The Pint Cycle at FDR Brewery in Fishers. We in the tap room on kegging day (if you're wondering what those noises are), and we gained some additional education and insight in to traditional Irish beer styles just in time for St. Patrick's day!

This is the first episode in our new Beer Education Series. Come learn with us! We cycle through a few beers in this episode. The first two are red ales: FDR's Kingstown Irish Red followed by Boulevard's Irish Red. The Four Day Ray beer is a little closer to the style with some added rye, and the Boulevard is a unique take on an Irish Red.

We then try Guinness's relatively new, Rye Pale Ale and wrap things up with a Mofo Risin' Stout. We learn about some of the history of Irish style beer, what SRM's are, the best beer to sneak in to the new #BlackPanther movie, and that Hutch calls those who ride The Pint Cycle "passengers."

Be sure to stop by Four Day Ray on March 16th and 17th and celebrate St. Patrick's Day for their, "Firkin St. Patrick's Day" event. Also, if'n you're in to whiskey - and more importantly, local whiskey, check out their "Whiskey Beer and Bites" event with West Fork Whiskey on March 15th.




Publish Date: 3/12/2018



Looking to satisfy both your inner gaming nerd and inner beer nerd? This episode we were lucky enough to sit down with Adam Rehberg of Adam's Apple Games  and discuss an exclusive and super-cool demo we were provided of: Brewin' USA Taproom Takeover. We discuss the in's and out's of the game a little bit and talk some Minnesota beer. You'll be able to visit with Adam in person at Gencon 2018  and you can find his newest game, Swordcrafters on Kickstarter!

A beer and a game later in to our evening we talk about two new offerings from Books and Brews: A Barrel to Arms and New Liberty Lager.

Adam's new job as a panda fluffer comes up and then stuff gets weird. You heard me, and THEN it gets weird.

Enjoy!




Publish Date: 2/26/2018



Culture abounds in this our most sophisticated of episodes. We sat down with Stirling and Audrey of the Ballet Theatre of Indiana. They are partnering with Sun King to bring Beer and Ballet back to the Basile Theatre at the Historic Athenaeum.

We talk Sun King Beer, learn new and pretentious sounding French ballet terms and manage to negotiate a spot for Adam in the stage performance.

Be sure to check out Beer and Ballet IV to enjoy beer, ballet, pop music, aerial performances, and the chance that Adam may be wearing a dress and performing pull-ups for all to see. Seriously, all of this is a bargain at a mere $25 a ticket.

Purchase tickets here! The shows will be on February 16th and 17th (again) at the Basile Theatre at the Historic Athenauem at 7:30pm.




Publish Date: 2/1/2018



We decided to head out for a beer with our buddy, James from We Serve Insurance and to smash some poutine at Big Lug Canteen

The episode is chocked full of our usual beer related banter: Adam gets lightly "a-salted" at around 17 minutes, James makes a Superbowl prediction, Adam confuses Chinese and Japanese culture, Pete makes fun of Adam's parents and we end the show in our traditional fashion.

Special shout-outs to The Mayor, Big Lug, and We Serve Insurance.




Publish Date: 1/23/2018



Hey Boos! Winter got you down? Why not relax with another Shorty from thespeakpodcast? 

We braved the weather and ventured out to Upland Brewing's taproom in Carmel. While there we warmed up with their seasonal release, Latitude Adjustment. This beer proves not all winter seasonals have to be spiced or malty.

We round out the evening with one of staples when we visit Upland, Teddy Bear Kisses. We offer a full and comprehensive review on this episode.





Publish Date: 1/15/2018



Celebrate dropping balls with your favorite Indiana beer podcast... who has inexplicably started a tradition of reviewing spirits on New Year's Eve.

We begin with Hotel Tango's Victor Vodka. Hotel Tango is a veteran owned distillery located in Indianapolis.

We then artfully transition to a distillery a bit further South in Bloomington Indiana; Cardinal Spirits. We sample their Tiki Rum. It is a floral rum and it serves as the tipping point for the shenanigans on this New Year's Eve. Argument ensues as we move even further South to Borden Indiana home of the Huber Winery and Starlight Distillery and discuss our collective thoughts regarding their Gin.

We end back in Indianapolis with B Street Blues Bourbon Whiskey from a newer distillery in the are, West Fork Whiskey.

Enjoy an evening with us, then be sure to visit our other podcasting friends at the Hopped Up Network.

"Here's to a long life and a merry one. A quick death and an easy one. A pretty girl and an honest one. A cold beer--and another one!"




Publish Date: 12/31/2017



Christmas! And this our fourth one of those. As always, we bring to you Anchor's Christmas Ale. This winter warmer has rich and creamy flavors that range from honey-nut to fruitcake plum.

But lest we get ahead of ourselves, we kick things off with Evil Czech's, Stalin's Dark Side Imperial Stout. It's bourbon barrel aged with Woodford Reserve which we found to be thick, robust, dark and malty... like Adam's dates.

We finish off the show by discussing Hallmark drinking games, offer a public service announcement, and explain Christmas traditions from both the Orient and Catalonia.

While it's not normally recommended, this one is definitely an episode to listen to through the end. Merry Christmas to all, and to all a *creepy* GOODNIGHT!






Publish Date: 12/25/2017



Here it is, our second hour with Flat 12's, EZ and Phil. In this hour we sign Pete up for another binge eating contest scheduled for July, 4th.

We do also discuss more future releases from Flat 12 and were privileged enough to sample their 12 Days of Christmas release from last year, a Belgian Tripel.

We wrap up by discussing our favorite budget beers, our least favorite beer styles, and the first beer we ever had. Great behind the scenes discussion with a couple of great guys.

If you missed the first half of the discussion, click here.




Publish Date: 12/14/2017



We're back again with another "two-parter" from a brewery. This week we feature, Flat 12 Bierwerks from wonderful downtown Indianapolis. We were able to speak with brewer, Erik "EZ" Fox and sales manager extraordinaire, Phil Hilligoss.

Sadly, we were down a podcaster. Adam was forced to go to Hawaii for 3 days and while he was back in Indiana for the show, he had not yet fully recovered from his island journey. Let us all join together in a moment of silence for the hardships he had to endure...

Now that we've got that out of the way. The episode is jam-packed with exciting 2018 beer release discussion and a review of Flat 12's Felicette Belgium Dry-Hopped Pale and their Pinko! Russian Imperial Stout.

Discussion then takes a momentary turn from beer discussion and we focus on Nicholas Cage movies, the right way to "shotgun" a beer, and cannibalism in Japan.

If you liked the first half, be sure to give the second a listen too!




Publish Date: 12/12/2017



This is part two of our visit with Black Acre Brewing. We're a few beers in to our evening at this point, but Jordan and Steve do share with us some of the "nuts and bolts" of brewing.

We also get additional information from James of Kitto Insurance about the importance of asking questions.

Get some exclusive industry insight as it relates to cost, consumers, marketing, and region when it comes to craft brewing and craft sales.





Publish Date: 11/22/2017



Doing some traveling for the Thanksgiving Holiday and seeking some company for the long drive? Tune in to Parts one and two of our interview with, Black Acre Brewing.

Surprisingly enough, we touch on two out of state brews this episode. We start off with, Free Range Brewing's, "Brother Was His Name," and then move to Knee Deep Brewing's, "Breaking Bud."
Not going to lie, from there we discuss a bidet. Like, a lot.





Publish Date: 11/22/2017



Collaborations o'plenty this episode. We grabbed all of the bottles we could here locally to bring you a collab trifecta. We've got beers from all over the state... or mostly, from the North of the state.

To open our show we talk about, Double O Session IPA from Sun King Brewery out of Indianapolis and Revolution Brewing out of Chicago. Session IPA is a very apt description and each brewery was able to maintain their identity in this beer while the marriage of the two brought out a very distinct taste.

That beer is promptly and professionally followed by a joint effort from Deviate Brewing and Black Acre Brewing both out of Indiana. This Quadruple IPA is named, Hop Lunacy and for very good reason. This one is a "right of passage" type IPA and probably tastes like nothing you've had before.

This episode is finished off with a collaboration between 3 Floyds Brewing and Dark Matter Coffee out of Chicago. The Mastodon Crack The Skye is a very good beer, but this beer caused some argument among the group.

Sit back and enjoy what may be our most beer centered beer podcast ever. Be sure to listen, rate, share, and subscribe.




Publish Date: 11/7/2017



Dug deep in the archives and found an episode long ago recorded, but just now released. In this episode we learn all about, Brown Ales.

Things start off in a promising manner with a review of a beer from Carson's Brewery out of Evansville, Indiana. We consume their Brown Cow. Puns are made, and fun is had by all.

We then expertly transition in to discussion regarding a Pecan Nut Brown Ale, Lazy Magnolia out of Mississippi.

It was right about that time I learned why this episode had remained in the archives so long... But, we try to educate Adam on some etiquette when visiting a tap room and learn how Texas feels about Crowlers.

Cheers!




Publish Date: 10/26/2017




Celebrate your Cider-Day with us! On tap this episode we've got a double-dose of ciders starting with an offering from New Day Craft! Johnny Chapman Hard Apple Cider (sweetened with Sorgum) is *according do Adam* made with only the thickest of juicy, red apples. Allow him to guide your taste buds through both a through and gross description of both the bottle and the beverage. Things continue along the path you've come to expect from our show as we delve in to Crispin's Bourbon Char Aged Cask Cider. This complex cider is expertly described and compared to the cider from New Day Craft. This one is sure to be Rob's new favorite episode. Tune in and comment which circle of Hell he has found himself in. Enjoy!





Publish Date: 10/7/2017



Another day, another Shorty. We got to sit down with head brewer, Mike Hofferman of Grand Junction Brewing and talk, "shop." We find out what makes Grand Junction unique and how they are giving back to the Westfield community. Mike also let us in on some upcoming events and their canning of their (medal winning) Dark Road Porter for the first time.

That is about as professional as things get for us, and special guest Charlie (aka Uncle Chuck, aka TheBeerReverend). From there we go on to ask Adam sports questions, make a prison joke, and ask Mike questions about his childhood.

From us, would you expect anything less?

Cheers!

PS - If you're looking for the NSFW version of our entire, un-cut, and un-edited recording be sure to check us out on YouTube here.







Publish Date: 9/19/2017



In honor of the abbreviated work week, we're releasing another episode in our, "shorty" series. This shorty takes us on location to Books and Brews in Zionsville.

We heard from our secret industry sources that the Zionsville location has a revamped food menu and is now family friendly. Family friendly of course means that children are allowed so we brought Adam who promptly found the crayons and a place mat and proceeded to begin coloring. His night culminated with an embarrassing tic-tac-toe loss to intern, Steve.

We squeeze beer, humor, and pointless banter in to a bite-sized 15 minutes of fun. Enjoy!




Publish Date: 9/19/2017




As is probably apparent, we're a few beers in at this point and we decide to add a few more. We sampled Space Haze from 450 North, 3 Floyds Floy Division India Pale Ale I, and Destihl's Blueberry Gose.

Be sure to visit 812 Farms at the 8th Annual GnawBrew from September the 15th through the 17th. And, then again on September the 23rd at 450 North's Corn Maze Beer Fest. They will most assuredly be events you won't forget... Or, if you're doing it right, events you'll never be able to remember.

Lastly, special shout-outs this episode to the following: Indianapolis Public Library, Jeff Vibbert, and Iron Valley Barbell




Publish Date: 9/1/2017


Our first ever two part episode! The guys from 812 Farms decided to drive all the way up from Columbus to have a beer and talk hops with us. In the first half of our conversation we talked future plans for 812 Farms and consumed a dry hopped IPA from 450 North Brewing Company, Fruity Nuggets.
Oh, and be sure to head to the farm this Saturday with the ladies from Indy Girls Pint Out and tour the facilities, pick some hops, and enjoy some food and beer.
Cheers!

Our first ever two part episode! The guys from 812 Farms decided to drive all the way up from Columbus to have a beer and talk hops with us. In the first half of our conversation we talked future plans for 812 Farms and consumed a dry hopped IPA from 450 North Brewing Company, Fruity Nuggets.
Oh, and be sure to head to the farm this Saturday with the ladies from Indy Girls Pint Out and tour the facilities, pick some hops, and enjoy some food and beer.
Cheers!


Publish Date: 8/28/2017


Thanks for tuning in to our wheat beer triple header! So, this one lingered in the archives longer than most. Was it simply because it was neglected on an external hard drive? Could it be that Pete simply couldn't deal with the pain of LeBron failing to bring another championship to "The 'Land?" We may never know.

Let's kick things off with an American Style Wheat Beer Bloomington Brewing Company, it's their 10 Speed Hoppy Wheat! Our next beers come from Magic Hat Brewing Company (Special thanks to Ryan Swan) We partake in their split sixer and sample both the Cirus Boy and Zirkus Boy Hefe's.

Listen, enjoy, and tell your friends!


Publish Date: 7/31/2017




Our last episode featuring porters was such a hit, we thought we’d try it again. Devil’s Trumpet Brewing Company’s War Horn Porter starts the shows. Well, a large amount of shenanigans start the show, but the first beer we “review” is War Horn.

Next, from Stone Brewing we have their 6thAnniversary porter from their 20th Anniversary re-issue collection. Which is confusing and hard to follow. But rest assured, we offer no additional clarity. 


Special shout-out to Delaware Dan for his submission to our re-occurring segment, “HOLD MY BEER!” Trust me when I say, Dan's story is too good to miss. So, be sure to stay tuned until the end.

Also, we'll have to check with our statistician, but I believe this show may be a new record for most ever censor "bleeps." 




Publish Date: 7/25/2017




You know what makes America great? Adam can say whatever he wants on the internet without fear of repercussion... unless it's being able to do things like find a job, be allowed near playgrounds, or look his mother(s) in the eye ever again.

Celebrate the 4th of July with us as we talk about Porter's, celebrate the film career of Arnold Schwarzenegger (or at least one of his films), and inspire the US to take it's Zamboni fatality record back from Canada.

To kick things off we have Burn 'Em Brewing's Duke Silver Jazzy Porter. A beer that was well received by the group, but Adam manages to embarrass the show in record time while describing the can. The 7 malted beer makes for a refreshing, full-bodied beverage for a warm 4th of July. We then move out of state and sample an offering from Evil Twin Brewing and partake of their Imperial Donut Bank.

Here's to the memory
Of the man
That raised the corn
That fed the goose
That bore the quill
That made the pen
That wrote the Declaration of Independence

- Daniel Webster





Publish Date: 7/25/2017




Happy Saturday everyone! On this day, of all days, we're featuring Stouts!

Pete has selected beers from 18th Street and Prairie Artisan Ales. Two stouts with similar ingredients, but both with their own, bold flavors. From 18th Street we feature their Hunter Milk Stout and from Prairie Artisan Ales, their BOMB!

Adam follows that up with a lively discussion about crabs. Crabs of the water, and crabs of the sea. If you're a swimmer this is information you can't afford to miss.

Also, this is the last time we'll be able to make fun of (some of) Adam's adult deficiencies. Since this episode Adam has moved out of his girlfriend's parent's house and has purchased a new(er) vehicle. We're all proud... and we are taking bets on both when he will be evicted and when we think (if ever) Adam will change the oil in his new(er) vehicle.




Publish Date: 7/25/2017





It's nearly summer! That means chores, and more specifically grass mowing related chores. In that spirit, we feature two Cream Ales. Often light, crisp, and refreshing.

We start things off with Sun King's Sunlight Cream Ale. An Indiana warm weather staple... And then I must digress. We let Adam buy the beer and he was given the assignment, "cream ale." While he technically followed directions, the second offering this show was/is Coney Island Brewing's Hard Orange Cream Ale.

And then copious amounts of stupid happened. Much more than even we are accustomed to. Enjoy.




Publish Date: 7/25/2017




Well, we let Adam out in public again. Steve said he would keep him in-line. The results were mixed. However, we had a chance to speak with Josh at Redemption and learn all of the things. We all have exclusive news about an upcoming event with Hotel Tango.

We sampled the Kuckoo 4 Coconuts and their new Hog Wings. Both were amazing, be sure to listen for our formal review of both.

We also invited Matt Muncy back from Indiana on Tap's podcast. Be sure to check those guys out too, if you haven't already.




Publish Date: 7/25/2017




While it is Kentucky Derby weekend, if you're looking for something to do not involving mint juleps and funny hats, tune in to learn about Soba Ales. Or, at least, listen to three morons talk about Soba Ale. It probably goes without saying, but apologies to the following: Japan, Soba, Books and Brews, and Rogue. Truly and deeply sorry. 

We kick things of with an offering from Books and Brews; their Shogun Soba Ale - Amber Ale with Buckwheat. Special thanks to listener Tim for the beer donation. 

We follow up that Indiana beer with one from Portland; Rogue Brewing's Morimoto Soba Ale.

Be sure to listen until the end when Adam teaches us all how to get out of drinking related motor vehicle infractions. He has more than a little experience.

Enjoy!





Publish Date: 7/25/2017




Looking for entertainment after Death and Taxes at Taxman Brewing? Why not settle in and have a listen to thespeakpodcast? This episode we bring you ESB's from 18th Street and Red Hook. 

We start things off with Steel Hands and expertly transition to Red Hook's ESB. From there we give a shout-out to Bonge's Tavern in fabulous Perkinsville, Indiana. 

Then, back by overwhelmingly popular demand, we bring back our most famous segment, Sports Questions for Adam. You shan't be disappointed.





Publish Date: 7/25/2017




Today's style is the much sought after Double IPA, from Daredevil Brewing we feature their Ripcord Double IPA, dropping in at a hefty 9%. Toppling Goliath Brewing Company, King Sue Double IPA. Thanks to listener, Jon-Michael for the sweet beer.




Adam also offends every Star Wars fan ever, and officially should have his fandom revoked. Rob and Pete were disgusted, and there was much conversation regarding whether or not to post his shenanigans, but that's the only way he'll learn. Make sure you voice your displeasure in the comments. 

We'd like to say things improve from there, but we all know that'd be a lie. We invite you to sit back, relax, and nurse that St. Patrick's Day hangover and while enjoying our latest episode.


Publish Date: 7/25/2017




This show's featured style is wheat! And we review an old favorite from Triton, the Fieldhouse Wheat. We compare it to Stillwater Artisanal's The Devil is Other People sour smoked wheat ale. I'm not sure any two wheats could be any further apart on the wheaty spectrum that is wheat beer. 



Adam provides one of his most disgusting beer sounds ever, and Pete may have located the sounds of a Rhino in heat. So, if you're on safari, make sure you turn the volume down.


Publish Date: 7/25/2017




This episode may contain more shenanigans than most, however if you're in to Game of Thrones, this may be the episode for you. If not, if you're interested in heaping amounts of dumb, this still may be the episode for you... In summary, due to technical difficulty, Pete and Adam had to share a mic. It's pretty much gross for all involve.

Books & Brews Sours of Ice and Fire series: Geoffrey Bourbon Barrel Aged Sour Belgian Style Strong Ale.

Next from Breckenridge Brewing Company, we have their 72 Imperial. As the beer is named after a car, of course Adam imparts all of his most masculine car knowledge upon us.

Not going to lie, if you're looking for genuine beer knowledge, tune in next bi-week. This bi-week is pretty much just for those who enjoy lunacy. Oh, and news brought to you by Deviate Brewing as they haven't pulled funding yet, because God knows why.


Publish Date: 7/25/2017




Since we're all trapped by this Gee Dee Icepocalypse in Indiana, we thought we'd release another episode to help ease the pain of being stuck inside with family members all day until football comes on later tonight. No need to thank us, we're just doing what we can to make the world
a better place.

The beer style this bi-week is "Russian" Imperial Stouts. There is a startling amount of discussion regarding the history of the style. I know that's odd for us and you, but we thought we'd try something a little different.

First up, we have from Shoreline Brewing out of Michigan City Indiana - Worker bee barrel-aged honey imperial stout. Followed then by Stillwater Artisanal Beers out of Maryland - Surround Imperial Oak Smoked Wheat Stout.




Publish Date: 7/25/2017




Put the kids to bed early, or plug in the headphones if you're in the office. We decided to let our hair down and talk about some more adult topics and perhaps a swear word or two worked its way in to this episode.

This year we celebrate with Mathew Muncy and our friends at Broken Beaker Distillery. We talk holiday cocktails, and have some discussion about "popular" New Years Eve Traditions. Sit back, relax, and we'll see if this is the year Adam's balls finally drop.





Publish Date: 7/25/2017




Gather the family round the Yule log and let the soothing sounds of this years Christmas Special bring the whole family together. Unless, of course, you actually care about your family.

Our special Christmas beers come from Taxman and Anchor brewing. While both are solid beers, what beer did you leave for Santa this year?





Publish Date: 7/25/2017




In this, our latest installment, Adam teaches us all about meat. Or all he knows about meat. Or how Adam thinks your order meat. Adam used English words, but his understanding of the words he uses is nearly non-existent.

We have a pretty positive review of Central State's House beer, and our out-of-towner this week genuinely impressed the group; Six Point Brewery's C.R.E.A.M. Coffee Blonde.
Canadians are running out of beer! Tune in and see how you can help, buddy.

And... Adam craps his pants on air.






Publish Date: 7/25/2017




It's Thanksgiving! And for those of you looking to enjoy spending quality time with family huddled around a computer or smart device listening to your favorite podcast, we're here for you. Or, sink the podcast up with the Macy's Day Parade and see what that sounds like (spoiler alert: they don't sync up).

As is it Thanksgiving, we blew the budget and brought in special celebrity guest, Matt Muncy from Indiana on Tap. Instead of the traditional maize, he brought us booze from Cardinal Spirits Black Bear Bierschnaps and Walnut Nocino and Teddy Bear Kisses from Upland Brewing.

Be forewarned, this is probably more fun than your normal Thanksgiving table conversation, but there is an equal amount of cross-talk and argument as well. Due to radio magic, there is however less swearing! We also let Adam "free-hand" his microphone. Note to self(es), never ever again.




Publish Date: 7/25/2017




Hey! It's Friday! If you're looking to kill an hour before the weekend, come give us a listen.

On this episode we feature first, Danny Boy Beer Works Mac Daddy Scottish Strong Ale.

Two Brothers Brewing A Bretter Day Biere De Mars Ale, brewed with house yeast, and other bigger more impressive words.

We also have in-depth and surprisingly genuine news discussion. We also extend a personal invite to Stone Brewing to appear on the show.




Publish Date: 7/25/2017




While it may be too early to have a beer, it's never too early to listen to some guys talk about beer! We have two fine beverages this time around, the first is from, Black Acre Brewing, their Natural Liberty American Pale Lager. We discuss this beer, and being working on our Disney sequel, Rescuers 3! Learn how an albatross and his mice companions single-handedly defeated the Ruski's in The Cold War.

Next up we feature a beer that is just a little bit out of season, but a great suggestion as to what you should keep in the fridge when the weather turns cold, Great Divide Brewing Company's Hibernation English Style Old Ale.

We then delve in to our normal, incriminating banter and call out real media organizations like, Cracked.com.




Publish Date: 7/25/2017




Here's to the weekend! Let us help you celebrate with two beers followed by an embarrassing amount of "stream-of-consciousnesses" style rambling entirely unrelated to beer. Plus, Adam teaches us all about the animal kingdom. Ever wondered how long an iguana can hold its breath? Tune in to find out!

We start things off with Marion the Agrarian from Upland Brewing. It's a farmhouse ale with some character. We then move on to Greenbush Brewing out of Detroit, Michigan and sample their Starchicken Shotgun IPA.

And last, special shoutout to Jason Lee @nottherealearl. We read his tweet "live" on air!





Publish Date: 7/25/2017




It's here! Finally! thespeakpodcast is proud to take you on a magical bicycle ride to Four Day Ray. The is exclusive access that you can't get anywhere else! A special thank you to our friends at The Pint Cycle and Four Day Ray Brewing.

We assembled an All-Star crewing featuring the Indy Beer Sleuth, Justin of The Dump Buckets, Matt Muncy of Indiana on Tap and Bottoms Up as well as Brian and Brooke from Four Day Ray.

Be sure to listen, subscribe, and share with friends. 

Also, if you haven't seen our YouTube video of the ride, click here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YY11Pm_U5ow



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Yeah, it happened again. Adam discussed polar bears, and drive-by's. Rob and Adam are serenaded with some old school, Esham (shout out to Jake Omen) and you also must tune in to hear if your sour cream contains the dreaded Zika virus, and the surprising cure.

In beer related podcasting, we discuss Two Deep Brewing's Brickhouse Roasted Amber Ale. Is it really as "Might-ay Might-ay" as advertised?

As you'd come to expect, we then transition smoothly in to a beer from Harpoon Brewery out of Boston. And when we say, "beer" when mean, "shandy." And when we say, "shandy" Rob dies a little bit on the inside. Is this the one to change his mind?




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Perhaps the greatest wine and canvas location in Hendricks County, The Sparkling Canvas invited us to their opening night... in June. And how did we repay them? But not airing an episode about them until now. Apologies to the Sparkling Canvas. But, to make it up to you, we're giving you your own show and our wholehearted endorsement that your establishment is indeed the bestest and greatest wine and canvas spot in all of Hendricks County.

Please visit The Sparkling Canvas and sign up for a class. The wine selection is expansive and affordable, the owners are wonderful people, and the artists their are extremely personable and make the whole process fun and easy. You walk in to a warm greeting, grab a glass of wine, and sit down and create an original work of art.

The Sparkling Canvas lets their artists create whatever work of art they would like, and then test the rest of us non-artistic types how to make one of our very own to take home and hang above the fireplace.

Oh, and their twitter handle is: @CanvasSparkling




thesparklingcanvas@gmail.com
7900 E. US Hwy 36, Avon IN 46123 Ste F
Tel: 317-363-1596


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Greetings listeners! We may have hit a new low with this episode.

We start things off with Demonik from Carson's Brewing out of Evansville, Indiana. The group believes there was something wrong with the six pack we obtained from our booze shop. However, much like with our Flat 12 beer, we consumed and rated this beverage. Rest assured though, Carson's Brewing will get another sampling and review and they still do stand out as one of the group's favorite Indiana breweries. That being said, the review was not great.

We then partake of Shorts Bellaire Brown Ale. Adam's description of the bottle is about what you'd expect from him, as is the review in general.

Speaking of Adam, he then discusses dog years, polar bear licensing, and seeks to apply for a job at the Smithsonian.

If you want to learn how polar produce Coca-Cola, and how to get a polar bear license from the BMV, be sure to listen to this episode!

Also, vote for Justin Jay McIntosh for best local 2d artist here: http://nuvo.secondstreetapp.com/l/Best-of-Indy-2016-Nominations

And lastly, happy 7th birthday to Sun King Brewing!




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We bribed yet another guest to meet with us out in public. We have Hutch from The Pint Cycle who donated precious minutes of his life that he's desperately wishes he could get back.

We talk Indiana beer and wine, Adam's mom's, and Adam again discusses the ocean.

In the vein of repetition, we do once again mention Scarlet Lane. Pete admits their beer he has had recently seems to have greatly improved (to his mind) and he ups his prior rating to a double solid! There is also a mention of Three Floyds and Munster, Indiana.

Hutch also requested a special shout-out to The Pint Cycle's pit crew, LoKe Bicycles. The keep his cycle in tip-top shape for touring around Fishers and qualifying for the Olympics.

We're looking to recruit a crew to help us pedal The Pint Cycle down the streets of Fishers to be looked upon in envy by those passing by.




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Looking to ruin what would otherwise be a pretty stellar Saturday? Look no further! Adam educates us about all things Viking, pirate, and Coast Guard. We also then discuss fire hoses, ultra-mega beer conglomerates, and Clint Eastwood films.

But, we start it all off with a discussion of Scarlet Lane's Eirik Bloodaxe. Important note, there apparently was an Eric Bloodaxe in real life (#themoreyouknow). *Spoiler Alert* Buy The Beer!

We discuss history, rye, and 1776 an American Brown Ale made by James E Pepper. Yes, that James E Pepper. The dudes who make the whiskey.

Tune in an listen. Then, like, rate, share, tumble, instatweet, and faceblog about us!




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Happy Super-Awesome America Fourth of July Day

We begin by thanking our (now official) sponsor, Deviate Brewing. And an extra special thanks to Zane Lamprey of Three Sheets, Chug, Drinking Made Easy, and Monkey Rum for the endorsement at the beginning. Feels good to literally not be the worst show in Indy.

We stick to our normal Indiana beer and review, Bier Brewing Chinookalicious American Style IPA.

Things then start to go off the rails a bit as we delve in to:

Old Forge Tennessee Moonshine... 5 jars of it in fact.

We then talk about news articles, drinking happens, equipment gets messed up, drinking happens, then an America grand finale you don't want to miss.





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This episode features a brew from Figure 8 Brewing in Valparaiso, IN. We bring you, Ro Shampo, and interesting Imperial Red Ale.

Southampton Publick House Abbot 12 Abbey Style Dark Ale gave us cork problems, and a high alcohol content. Listen for our rating, and Adam's super sweet bottle description.

Also discussed: Mortal Kombat beer, Baskin Robbins, and Paste Magazine.

#BrokenBeaker
#Taxman
#MogulVodka
#BigWoodsSpeedway
#Daredevil
#Pastemagazine







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In this, our first ever Local Indy Feature Friday (Feat. Booze), we bring you
the rise of Broken Beaker as told by owners Thomas (the Chemist) and Heather (the Engineer).

Learn all about their initial struggles with money, location, and the distillation education process.
Then how paying their taxes and a hangover free promise (as long as you stay hydrated) has lead to great success for these first-time business owners and distillers.

Be sure to connect with Broken Beaker Distillery at:
http://brokenbeakerdistillery.com/
@TheBrokenBeaker





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Hope you're all enjoying your Memorial Day. In case you are, but feel the need to ruin it, we bring you a new installment of our show. This is a "hoppy" episode featuring two IPA's. We have here the 450 North Scarecrow IPA and the Balast Point Sculpin IPA.

(We apologize for some sound inconsistency on this episode. Seems like it's time to upgrade some equipment here in the studio)

This episode brings discussion of sports, nonsense, and 50ish minutes in general of the quintessential gloriousness you expect from our show.






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Yes, we enjoyed the Contessa so much, we did 18th street yet again. We bring you their Foreman Coffee Porter (Shout out to Joey Potts for the can art). We then transition nicely in to Central Waters Bourbon Barrel Stout.

Beware, there is a Dark Knight spoiler in this episode. And Adam professes his love of Jake Gyllenhaal, while not actually knowing 5 films that he is in and confusing him with Ryan Gosling.






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First and foremost, I hearty thank you to 18th St Brewery out of Gary, IN for their 
Contessa. It is a Saison/Farmhouse Ale, that was pretty well received. However, thank you for
your Serpent bottle art which provided many a snake pun that nearly drove Rob to leave the show.

Thanks to Andrew from Kansas City, for providing Prairie Artisan Ale's Prairie Standard. A Hoppy
farmhouse ale/saison. It does contain about the coolest sounding New Zeland Hops.






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"Live" from Barley Island "Live" from Barley Island"
Hey! Happy National Beer Day! Join us won't you, "live" at Barley Island in Noblesville! We are joined with special guest, Matt Muncy.

Brass Knuckles starts us off, and we follow that up by their java iteration, Black Mystic.





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"Episode 36 Heaven and Hell Collab"
Still hung over from your St. Patrick's Day weekend? Boy, have we the cure! An episode chalked full of three beers. That's right, a bonus beer for your ear-joyment.

For the first two Indiana beers, we take you to church... as it is Sunday.
It's a super sweet collaboration from Scarlet Lane Brewing and Taxman, Heaven and Hell.
Heaven is golden strong ale that will lift your spirits!
Hell is a triple fermented Imperial Stout that is delightfully sinful.

Evil Twin Brewing's Soft DK Imperial Stout.

Find a special behind the scenes preview video on the YouTube: https://youtu.be/Id0mRCeAoG8









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"Episode 35"
Surprise! A special vodka-filled episode of thespeakpodcast. We bring you, Indiana's own, Mogul vodka.

Mogul can now be found at select Crown Liquor locations as well as select Big Red's liquor locations.

We produced a vodka gimlet as well as a screwdriver. As we have decided to flex our political muscle, it has been renamed the "Screw Trump."

Daredevil Brewing has also brought us the Vacation Kolsch.

#aquateenhungerforce
#superbirthdaysnake
#Trump2016
#HomewardBound
#VinDiesel
#Beyonce
#MattDamon
#RayCharles
#StevieWonder







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"Episode 34"
Looking for something to do on Valentine's Day? Listen to our show with your significant other...
They will surely then appreciate that it could obviously be worse. As an additional reward, we
are featuring two beverages from Indiana. You're welcome.

First up, we have Tin Man Brewing's Damascene Apricot Sour Ale.



And then Pete play's with the show's new toy. Turns out, the show should keep him away from buttons.

Redemption Alewerks, Atonment APA is next up. It offered a smokey surprise!






#JohnnyDepp
#VinDiesel
#Ardbeg
#GoPro
#Pico
#FoodNetwork


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"Deviate Drinking Club and Indy Winter Fest"
This is our last ditch effort to score some Indy Winter Fest tickets. Should you be willing to donate
some to the cause, we shall gladly provide you with an honorable mention on the show. To demonstrate our willingness to sell out, we discuss two beers (per usual), but then try to hock products from Pico, and try to get others to go to Deviate and sign up for their Drinking Club. Limited spots are available!

Our two beers this episode are:
Deviate Brewing's Breakfast Club and Two Brothers Peppermint Bark Porter



#WillyWonka
#BreakfastClub
#IndyWinterFest
#NeverEndingStory
#Pluto
#Simpsons
#MrBurns
#BeverageBuddy
#BottleKeeper
#Pico



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"Episode 33"


Hello from the other side... of New Years Eve. We're back to our staple, beer (beer, beer).

Good Karma IPA from Mad Anthony Brewing out of Ft. Wayne Indiana. Adam, in true form, fumbles the label as he is haunted by deja vu.

Listener, Kevin has gifted the show our out of state beer this week, Revolution Brewing's, Eugene Porter.
Thanks, Kevin!




#Adele
#LG
#Harpoon
#Ruination
#HomeImprovement
#TimAllen
#ToolTime
#YooHoo
#OutbackSteakhouse
#Pixar
#FindingNemo
#Crush
"New Years Eve 2"

This episode is, shall we say, "special." It is our annual New Years Eve Episode

New Year's Eve... And an apparent blustry Adam creepy wind storm. Sans beer, but con booze.

We begin with a French 75, move to a New Yorker, and end up with a Rock 'n Rye.

All booze supplied by Indiana's own Starlight Distillery. 

Thanks to everyone who helped us to make 2015 successful, and listen in to see if you get an
honorable mention from Rob at the end of the show. 

Here are Adam's nonsense hashtags:

#Taylor Swift
#Dwayne Johnson
#TheRock
#Jabroni
#DieHard
#NYE
#BigBangTheory
#GraniteCity
#Drinking/NYE/Me/Adam.F./thespeakpodcast.NYEagainithink/.com



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"Triton Shorty"

Looking for something to share with your friends and loved ones this Christmas Season? Provide them with the gift that keeps on giving the whole year 'round. Hack their iTunes account and subscribe them to this podcast. Many exciting things happen this episode starting with:

BEER! CHRISTMAS BEER! 

Oaken Barrel's Epiphany Abbey Style Tripel and
Anchor Brewing Company 2015 Christmas Ale

And, just in time for Christmas, we at thespeakpodcast are happy to introduce you to our favorite new beer companion, the BEVERAGE BUDDY! Find them on facebook: 

https://www.facebook.com/beverage.buddy.3?fref=ts 

or buy it online here:

https://www.etsy.com/listing/256255907/2-in-1-beverage-holder?ga_order=most_relevant&ga_search_type=all&ga_view_type=gallery&ga_search_query=beverage+holder&ref=sr_gallery_40




#BeerAdvocate
#WarGames
#Seinfeld


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"Triton Shorty"

Triton Brewing and Star Wars, 'nuff said.



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"Episode 32"

Need a break from Black Friday shopping? Why not curl up with a nice beer and listen to the newest episode of thespeakpodcast? In the spirit of Thanksgiving, we did allow Adam two swears this episode, so be warned.

Our two featured beers include, Towyard Brewing Horse Power IPA and Old Rasputin from North coast brewing.

Adam imitates ponies and Slingblade, in fact Adam tries his hand at a Towyard Brewing Commercial in the voice of Slingblade.

Spoiler alert, Straight Out of Compton is discussed... barely. Also discussed, Demolition Man.

Special shoutout to Nate King and the Briar Lab.

#Beyonce, because why not.







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"Razzy Nuts Short"

Greetings all! We provide to you an all-new beer review! The fellas at Deviate were nice enough to provide us with a sample of their all new Razzy Nuts Nut Brown... And yeah, Pete did initially screw up and call it an imperial. He's kinda really bad at his job. Anywho, enjoy!

Honorable mention to Bloomington Brewing Company, Redemption Alewerks, Carson's Brewery, Sun King Brewing, Indiana City Brewing. 




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"Episode 31"

Well folks, here is yet another episode of thespeakpodcast. Despite the booger debacle, we managed to survive and produce another show. In fact, we managed to pick-up a sponsor. Special thanks to, Deviate Brewing. If, for some reason, you're interested in a potential sponsorship opportunity reach out to us at thespeakpodcast@gmail.com. We'd be happy to talk, and even produce a commercial for you to run before, after, or during our show.

This time around we bring you New Day Meadery's South Cider. This one receives a strong endorsement from the Rob. We also discuss Biere De Mars from Jolly Pumpkin Artisan Ales.

We round out the episode with our usual article discussion and offer shout outs to celebrities that surely listen to our show. #TroyDuffy #LamarOdom #NormanReedus #LeBronJames  And, if'n they don't, this personal shoutout from the show will obviously get them started.

Listen, Like, Rate, Share, and enjoy!



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"Episode 30"

Awright everybody. I'm going to be honest here. We start the episode strong with two beer reviews....
From there, I'm not sure what happened. However, if you're in to Adam logic, his bodily functions, and him then being mercilessly mocked; boy have we the episode for you.

As far as beer goes here is the line-up:

Indiana City - Forefather's Rye
Stone Brewing - Stochasticity project - Your Father Smelt of Elderberries

Enjoy!





#GABF
#AmyHaneline
#Boogers
#StarWars
#NerfHerder



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"Blind Owl Brewery Shorty"

thespeakpodcast shorty is back and better than ever. In this episode we feature Blind Owl Brewery. Be sure to visit them this Saturday for live music and local beer!

Please be sure to listen, like, review, and subscribe!



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"Episode 29"

Got a lunch hour or a morning or evening commute and nothing better to do? Then, boy have you come to the right place.

In this action-packed episode we bring a double-BEAR-elled review. Two beers, and two bears.

Upland Brewing Teddy Bear Kisses
Dogfish Head brewing Festina Peche'

We share news regarding Anheuser Bush's seemingly super-secret, underground behind-the-scenes acquisitions of allll of 
the smaller beer companies. 

Shout out to Dog Tag brewing out of Montana. Appreciate the veteran support.

And here be the list of hashtags, we hope to one day ride their coattails all the way to syndication.

#Upland Brewing
#Dogfish Head
#Dog Tag Brewing
#Bears
#Cocacola
#Barenjager

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"Episode 28"

Greetings, welcome to another fine episode of what is surely your most favorite podcast of all time.

In this marvelous 'sode, we discuss the following:

Qualified Quadruple Belgian Ale by Taxman Brewing out of Bargersville, IN.

Second Beer by Anchorage Brewing out of Alaska, on behalf of Hill Farmstead in Vermont. Hilldawgfarmstead is what we have named it. Grass Roots Arctic Soiree is what they choose to call it.

We also bring the news featuring articles about 9 brands that may soon no longer exist.




#pintroomcarmel
#surgeons
#deviatebrewing
#shawty
#chowder
#indianabrewersguild
#WTNA
#yardhouse
#Shallows


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"Episode 27"

Welcome back dear readers! I know it's been a long and hard bi-week waiting for out return. We bring you a new episode to enjoy this Labor Day Weekend.

In this installment we discuss Flat 12 Bier Works Upside down Blonde as well as our out-of-towner Bumble-berry Honey Blueberry Ale from Fat Head Brewery. Either of which would be a passable selection 'round the campfire.

We then move to the educational portion of the show, beer related news articles.

From there we transition through some great sports quotes, and Adam haunts our dreams with his signature sign off.

Make sure to like, follow, rate, and review us!





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"Carson's Short"



You asked for it, you got it. We receive frequent requests for our behind-the-scene conversation with the brewers.

This is the first, of what we hope will be many behind the scenes mini-episodes or "shorty's."

Nick of Carson's Brewery took us through the facility and gave us a personalized guided tour. 

Thanks Nick!

Please listen, rate, and enjoy.



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"Episode 26"

First and foremost thespeakpodcast would like to send a special shoutout to Christopher Higgins. Thanks for listening, sir. 
We are trying to track down your beer recommendation, and when we do, we'll be sure to get it on here for you.

What we do have this bi-week is, Books and Brews, Sir Walter Scotch. Be sure to listen for our artfully crafted and
poetic rating.

We follow that up with, Psuedosue from Toppling Goliath Brewing Company special thanks to one of our new favorite
listeners, Jim. A very surprising beer that you'll surely want to buy.

We have our usual spattering of news topics including:
Bud Truck Spills
10 cities that love craft beer the most
Heffewheaties and
Blue Hills Brewery

However, Rob finally makes good on his threat and refuses to tell us about one of the articles. Has thespeakpodcast
perhaps learned how to use cliffhangers.....?

And here is a list of other notable tags. See how they're mentioned. It'll be fun.

"Ode to Biscuit"

Good day beer fans. In honor of the Colts first preseason game we present to you this  mini-episode, Ode to Biscuit. As you watch the game this afternoon please raise a pint to Biscuit of Sun King who had the (fully inflated) stones to call out Patriots quarterback Tom Brady and his mis-handling and under inflating of balls.

We do also provide you with yet another Indianapolis Star article as well as a Sun King beer review, Wee Mac.

Please listen, rate, share and enjoy.




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"Episode 25"


Oh Sun King, how we seek to continually suckup to you in appreciation for the recent Gencon 
interview you provided. We bring in this episode a review of Sun King's Osiris Pale Ale.

Secondly we introuduce Dogfish Head's Black and Blue to mixed reviews. 

Honorable mention's this episode to:

Stargate
French Stewart
Budwesier
Amy Haneline
Indianapolis Monthly
Indy Star
Indy Girls Pint Out




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"Gencon Beer (Live)"

Ermahgawd, all the episodes! This is our annual Gencon bonus beer episode. Tell your friends! In this episode we have an extensive interview with Andrew from Sun King Brewing and discuss, in depth, their offering for this years Gencon, Drink On And Prosper.

We all discuss Triton Brewing's Gencon exclusive Blackened Soul IPA. We even harass a few people at the bar to give us their opinion on the beer.





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"Episode 24"

Please excuse the tardiness of this episode fellow listeners. IN response to the uproar from our legions 
of followers, we attempt to make this egregious error right by offering an extended episode featuring
three beers in this nearly 75 minute episode. There beer lineup is:

Noble Order Brewing Richmond, IN. Katapult kolsch.
Kanga Stout by the Kanga Brewing Corp.
Half Acre Daisy Cutter Pale Ale

But wait, there's more! Also uploaded today will be our special, Gencon beer only review episode. You are welcome.




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"Year 1"

Why hello, there! Has it been a year already?!? Indeed! It has been one glorious, beer-filled 365 day calendar year.Join us, won't you, as we celebrate the culmination of our efforts for a pint or two at the world famous (but oh so hard to find) O'Banion's Public House. We bring it back to where it all started at this invite only watering hole where we enjoy two offerings from The Oaken Barrel. We are joined by 3 guests of episodes past. Come celebrate with your favorite Indiana beer based podcast. Enjoy!



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"Episode 23"

This week we bring you an exclusive interview with one of the Justins' from The Dump Buckets.

But, before we get to that, we bring you our famous Indiana Beer Review. Featured in this episode is Triton Wit or Wit out you. We follow that up with our out-of-state honorable mention that was graciously provided to us by a fan, (Ha! We finally got a fan!) Not Your Father's Root Beer

Special shout outs in this episode go to:
Cyrus Youngman for their song, "More Of Us Than Them;" and to Midwest Breweries.



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"Episode 22"

This week we bring you a beer from one of the breweries on the Bloomington Ale Trail, Quaff on. We discuss their 6 foot blonde. Quite a delight, in your mouth.

We also have 3 philosophers from Ommegang brewing as our non-Indiana honorable mention.

We discuss beer news and geography, lots of geography. Also, Adam attempts to sing like an oompa loompa, and poor pun jokes are made.




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"Episode 21"


This bi-week we bring you a brew from BBC. For the un-initiated, that is the Bloomington Brewing Company. Their offering of the Ruby Bloom Amber was pretty well received by the group, and pretty horribly described by Adam. Upon listening, you'll see why we didn't release this episode prior to our venturing down the Ale Trail in Bloomington... they would not have let us in to the bar. Thanks again, Brian.

Our honorable mention this week goes to North Peak Brewing's Mayhem. The size of the bottle is not indicative of the brew's taste.

And, we finally show that beer does more than make you look cool and fit in, it is actually good for you as well. We offer science to back that up. The Amerucan Gov'ment interferes with both our beer and our restaurants. And lastly, and perhaps most importantly, we bring you late-breaking, hard-hitting new from Stone Brewing. All we'll say is, "We trusted you, Stone!"

And we point out Adam's short-comings in his Social Media Management duties. He had weeks to prepare and advertise this particular episode and our news of Stone Brewing. He failed, failed so miserably.





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"Episode 20"


Welcome back, and you're welcome for the all-new mind-blowing super-hyphenated new installment of thespeakpodcast.

Special thanks to Jonesie of RJ's Bar in Greenwood.

In this episode, Adam "Waffle Baby" Fultz has gained another nick-name that we think you'll all appreciate. Also a special thanks to his "special" lady for sharing this one with us. I'd like to think that we at thespeakpodcast are mature enough to not overuse the new nickname and allow Adam some dignity; but that is just not truthful.

This bi-week we bring you a beer from 450 North Brewing Company. It's their Honey Kolsch. This particular beer caused a great deal of discussion among the fellas. We do also mention a beer from Finch's Beer Company out of Chicago, IL and try to appeal to their philanthropic side... as well as any other brewery that may have a deluge of beer that they would like to disseminate to lowly podcasters for review. Surely our tens of readers should provide adequate motivation.

Of course, beer news happens. Tune in, learn stuff, impress your friends at parties.

Honorable mention to @thedumpbuckets as they continue to offer a video Midwest beer component that we at thespeakpodcast are lacking.



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"Episode 19"


We bring you the beer, the super-secret special (seasonal) beer. It is another from People, Space Cowboy IPA, but as it is seasonal, we felt the need to review immediately. We do find a way to reference Star Wars and Futurama. You know,to satisfy our nerd following. Adam's three words to take away (that you won't find on the beer wheel) Smokey, laser, bubbles.

After, we discuss the Space and the cowboys, we seek to expand your mind with news of the beer. The fellas pay homage to a beer company they claim comes from the author's home state of Wisconsin. I swear to God I am not FROM Wisconsin; I just lived there for a few years.

And to end the show, Adam hits you with his famous, "Goodnight" several times. You're welcome, dear reader.



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"Episode 18"


We again visit a beer from People and sample their brown aptly named, Mr. Brown. Adam also finds a way to work in a Johnny Depp movie reference in to the review. This may well be a beer to use your patented Adam Beer Review Wheel and play the home game.

We then make a seamless segway from beer, to Star Wars, to patriotism, to news. News from the world. News that matter to you, the reader.

And, to no one's surprise, we manage to also reference Batman and Star Wars... again.



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"Farewell to Steve"

Alas, all terrible things must come to an end. In this episode we bid a not-so-fond farewell to the intern, Steve. He is studying abroad next semester, God knows where, and we are accepting applications for a new intern. So, if you like to work very hard for no money, but earn unaccredited college credit - have we the job for you.

As is becoming our new norm, we then go on to discuss beer in the news, and beer in the buff. If you're not yet intrigued... you must've seen our photos on facebook, or twitter, or whatever instagrams you need.

And for you ladies, we finally discuss a topic pertaining to you. Should you want to get both drunk and beautiful at the same time, we have the solution! The secret to beauty and blackouts lies just beyond the play button.

Full disclosure: A combination of dirty sounding names and a few occasional swear words from the gents may make this episode
NSFW and/or NSFK (Not safe for kids).


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"Episode 17"



Although later than usual, it's still the same min-numbing entertainment you have come to expect from us here at

thespeakpodcast. There's beer! We sample Triton Brewing's Fieldhouse Wheat. We make topical jokes relating to current events (Final Four).

We then delve in to news surrounding beer. Adam teaches use to use Morse code and vocally connect to the internet.

We double-up on sports questions and call out Three Pints Podcast.

Tune in and enjoy, then like and share and insta-twitter and face-poke and all that good stuff.


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"Episode 16"


In this episode we begin with a discussion of Mashcraft's, Java Deep. It is a tremendous coffee stout. Should you find yourself in Greenwood, it's certainly worth an aqusition. However, make sure to call first as their generous tap selection is ever changing.

You asked for it, so you got it. The fellas are also discussing current beer related events in this epsiode. See which  (likely communist) US state seems opposed to babies drinking. But, have they gone too far?!? They have banned a  brand of beer! Listen to hear our call to action. Sign the petition by commenting now!

And, as always, Adam dazzles us with both his sports knowledge. And, as an added bonus, he tries to geographize.



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"Early Release"


What’s this?!?! Another episode so soon? We bring you a special thespeakpodcast Early Edition. We are calling upon you, our dear readers, to cast your vote for the Indy Star’s Malt Madness tournament. The Oaken Barrel’s Snake Pit Porter needs, neigh, deserves your help.

We review Upland Brewery’s Malefactor (Gilgamesh). This is a particular classy beverage, and you will want to hear Adam’s description.

Upon completion of the beer discussion, we delve in to “sports” discussion. With all the twitter conversation involving Curt Schilling, we would be remised if we didn’t get Adam’s take on the whole situation. That conversation parlays nicely in to a discussion about the Houston Rockets (special shout-outs to: Clutch, our man Charles Barkley, Shaquille O’Neal, Ernie Johnson, Jalen Rose, and Chris Weber) and eventually to “Malt Madness.”

Honorable mention this episode goes to: Shadowboxer, Sun King, Triton, Mashcraft, Barley Island, Indiana City, Tow Yard Brewing, Black Swan Brewpub, Rock Bottom, Bier Brewery, and the Ram.

Remember, perform your civic duty and vote!


 



 

  
"Piping With Nate"

In this episode, we review a beer... a good beer in fact. A beer from Union Brewing out of Carmel, Indiana - Not Your Mama's Milk Stout. A beer revered by dead turtles everywhere.

We then pipe, and pipe hard with friend of the show, Nate King. Congrats to him for his grand opening of, "The Pipe Lab." Or, "The Pipe Academy," depending upon whom you chose to listen.

Hilarity is sure to ensue. Sit back, relax, and enjoy. And then share, and like and instagram, follower, twitter, and whatever else you feel compelled to do to get us that sweet, sweet syndication.



Publish Date: 7/25/2017


"Unreleased"

Awright, so I gotta make this quick. If they find me jacking with their computer, I'm pretty boned.

So, here's an episode my "employers" never thought would see the light of day. It's chock-full-o stupid. Stupid in spades. Stupid by the bucket.

In short, it probably shouldn't see the light of day.

And so, here it is, a composition of garbage I pulled from the cutting room floor and stuck together.

Enjoy,
Steve

P.S. I don't know why they call me that. It's not actually my name.



Publish Date: 7/25/2017


Episode 15

We've got what you want... beer. This week we parcel out a review for Mad Anthony's Auburn Lager out of Ft. Wayne, Indiana. Adam cracks the safe and exposes the secrets of this lager.

We also discuss the importance of remaining awake interacting with rhinos and the cleanliness of gentlemen's clubs in Chicago... but probably not how you think.

Feel free to write in and join our discussion and tell us your favorite Die Hard and Rocky films.

And we end by asking Adam what a yac is.




Publish Date: 7/25/2017


Episode 14

We begin this episode with a reading from the book of Billy-Bob Adam. Followed by an, always informative beer review. This episode's brew comes to us from Chapman's Brewing Company in Angola, IN. 'Tis their, Englishman.

We do also give a special shout-out to Veteran Beer Company, based out of Minnesota. While we don't offer a full review, we do want to encourage our listener's to patronize their product.
Excellent beer for a great cause. 10% of every purchase goes to veterans, and they hire only veterans to work for their company.

And lastly, we ask Adam the ultimate sports question. Call your bookie, Adam offers his Super-Ball (Superbowl) pick for this season.

This is an episode you, literally, cannot afford to miss.



Publish Date: 7/25/2017


Episode 13

Greetings dear Reader!

Gather 'round and let us tell you all about Shoreline Brewing's Beltaine Scottish Ale. The description Adam provides on this one is not one you will want to miss.

We do also double up on SQFA. Thank you to our listeners, Alexander and Jake for your questions this week.

 The great beer heist, and a special brand of direct to your door delivery. Tune in and enjoy.



Publish Date: 7/25/2017


New Year's Eve


To help start off your New Year right, we begin with predictions for 2015! What do our baked, confectionery fortune read?!? Tune in and find out!

We are also plagued by the age-old question, do bees have noses?

We have taken on the Indianapolis State Museum. They have decided to run an Indiana cocktail contest… but, you must use a Kentucky Bourbon as the base. This shall not stand ISM! No matter how tremendous your Prohibition Exhibit is! (But really though, fantastic exhibit, you should all check that out). thespeakpodcast has developed two of our own entries using pretty exclusively Indiana spirits. And, as always, we bring you an Indiana beer –

It Was A Dark And Stormy Stout by Books and Brews based out of Indianapolis, IN.



We first try our hand at an Indiana based Rock and Rye. The foundation is a rye whiskey drink made by Temptation. While they bottle in Kentucky, the spirit is brewed in Indiana.  This is a smooth, relaxing beverage, best enjoyed after working long days in the rye field.

Our second, mostly successful attempt at a cocktail is an Indiana based Manhattan. This again features Temptation, but we use their straight Bourbon whiskey. Glory-is-ness abounds in Adam’s “choose your fate” explanation of the backstory of this concoction.

And, should you wish to sync this episode with your New Year’s Eve celebration, we do end our podcast with a 10 second count down to the ball drop.  


Publish Date: 7/25/2017


Christmas!

Move over Charlie Brown, thespeakpodcast has their own Christmas Special! Join us as we talk Christmas movies, and in this very Beery Christmas episode we discuss not one, but two beers. 

Beer the first, Barn Yeti by 450 North Brewing Co. out of Columbus, IN. Spoiler Alert: The reviews are overwhelmingly positive.

Also on tap, Figure 8's Lost Saint Saison Ale. Tune in to see our thoughts on a Valparaiso's take on a Saison.

Against our better judgment, we did allow our intern, Steve to contribute on this episode... see how he failed, miserably.  



Publish Date: 7/25/2017


Episode 12

In this installment we discuss the science of Fountain Square's Working Man's Pilsner. Adam also discusses the coppery taste of paint chips. And ponders the idea of an all Adam instagram!

We continue our newest segment of news from 'round the world. Our thanks to the Associated Press for providing us stories including: face tattoos, pants bandits, and poo-powered public transportation.

As always, Adam impresses us with his infinite sports knowledge.This question comes to us courtesy of thespeakpodcast listener, Bill. Thanks Bill.
 


Publish Date: 7/25/2017


Episode 11

To help celebrate Black Friday, we're releasing an all-new episode for you... for free. In this episode we discuss the Oaken Barrel's seasonal, Apple Buzz. This may be the most obvious beer label ever... listen to how Adam messes this up. 

Adam also tries his hand at a hockey related SQFA sent in from one of our listeners. 

We wrap up by discussing bizarre alcohol from 'round the world. 

As always, be sure to like, listen, and share.



Publish Date: 7/25/2017


Episode 10

It's that time of the month again. In this episode we discuss Three Floyd's Moloko. See the parody unfold as we try and rate this clockwork orange-esque milk stout.

In addition, we ate at world famous, Kona Jack's. We indulged in everything from po'boys to sushi, and took advantage of their tremendous alcohol selection. If you find yourself in Carmel/Indianapolis and have a hankering for seafood be sure to check this place out.

Lastly, we end the episode by going Back To The Future and discuss the pro's and con's of owning a real-life hoverboard, just like Marty McFly.

Please remember to listen, like, and share... and tweet, and instagram, and voxer, and whatever else the trendy kids are doing these days.




Publish Date: 7/25/2017


Episode 9
In this episode we discuss Triton Brewing Company's 4 Barrel Brown. In addition, we ate at Big Mike's Cafe; home of, arguably, Indy's best Chicago deep dish pizza. We are also seeking your requests for terrible restaurants in Central Indiana that you are just dying for us to review. We have a rousing "double header" of Sports Questions for Adam. And lastly, what you may not have previously known about sausage from Belarus, and what you need to know about sausage from Russia.



Publish Date: 7/25/2017


Episode 7.5

What's this?!?! A bonus mini episode for you the listener?!?! This is almost as exciting as getting the prize at the bottom of the cereal box!

Although the episode is only 15 minutes long, we did work in a full beer and food review. This week's episode features a review of Three Floyd's Zombie Dust, and Castleton's Ale Emporium.

Please make sure you go online: thespeakpodcast.blogspot.com and vote for what beer you'd like the guys to make.



Publish Date: 7/25/2017


Episode 7

In this episode we review a Barley Wine from New Albanian Brewing Company, North End BBQ and moonshine, and decide if Batman is truly a superhero or not.






Publish Date: 7/25/2017


Episode 6

"Live" from O'banion's Public House we present to you Episode 6. In this episode we gained exclusive, invite only, access into O'Banion's Public House and we were granted an interview with owner, John Voelker. As luck might have it, local patron and pipe-maker, Nate King, stopped in to the bar and provided us here at thespeakpodcast with an interview.

As always, we have our featured #SQFA (Sports Question for Adam) and we reviewed for you, Buffalo Trace. It is a whiskey made with ingredients directly from Indiana.

Please keep your sports questions for Adam coming, and don't forget to visit: thespeakpodcast.blogspot.com and cast your vote for the type of beer you would like the guys to make for, "Brewpalooza!"



Publish Date: 7/25/2017


Episode 5
What's this? Yet another episode of the ever popular, thespeakpodcast.

In this fun-filled, witty, episode we discuss our trip to Indianapolis Monthly's Beerfest in addition to the new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle's movie.

For those of you beer review fans, we discussed several beers from the twenty brewing companies that showed up to the Beerfest as well as an exclusive interview from the Indiana City Brewing company's head brewmaster and owner. Please make sure to visit their site: http://indianacitybeer.com/ and try any of their tremendous beers. Having trouble deciding which one you will buy, listen to our podcast to find out our recommendation.


Publish Date: 7/25/2017


Episode 4
What could be better than a beer review and nerd talk? Two beer reviews and a 20 minute discussion about Gencon, GENCON!!!.

 This episode we did a "live" review of the Gencon exclusive, "Froth of Khan," with our first ever guest. We also review, just for you, People's Moundbuilder IPA.







After these educational beer reviews, we then delve into the topic that is Gencon, discussing various games, costumes and what exactly Gencon is, for the uninformed among you.

 Lastly, the show is ended by the new recurring segment, 'Sports Questions for Adam.' Listen to him fail miserably.


Publish Date: 7/25/2017


Episode 3
thespeakpodcast is back with our third installment!

This episode features a review of Carson Brewery's American IPA RIPA.



We also delve in to Adam's in-depth sports knowledge and discuss the latest Ghostbusters movie gossip.

As always, please like, share, and comment.


Publish Date: 7/25/2017


Episode 2

Good afternoon loyal listeners!

A whole week early we have decided to release our second episode. Please, hold your applause. We do it, because we care.

This week we have decided to discuss Upland Brewing Company's Champagne Velvet beer.


We also dined at 317 Burger in Broad Ripple Indiana, located at: 
915 E Westfield Blvd IndianapolisIN 46220
Listen to hear all of our most intimate thoughts... as they pertain to cheeseburgers and beer at this establishment.

Lastly, we discuss GoldenEye007: Reloaded. It does receive a "solid rating." Listen to find out why.

Please listen, comment, and recommend to friends.


Publish Date: 7/25/2017


Episode 1
It's finally here! The moment you have all been waiting for! We here at thespeakpodcast are posting our first episode.

In this episode, we discuss an excellent brew from The Oaken Barrel Brewing Company, based out of Greenwood, Indiana called, "The Snake Pit."



We then move on to discuss other hard-hitting issues like Saturday morning cartoons and, of course, GENCON!!!


Publish Date: 7/25/2017





Happy freakin' Saturday! Let us help you start your weekend off right by tuning in to learn about milk stouts!We present to you beer from Books and Brews and Left Hand Brewing.

Charlie and the Chocolate Milk Stout... ours was broken. It was more like Charlie and the Sour Milk Stout. If you see Books and Brews bombers on the shelves know that they have perhaps been kept on the shelf by the vendor for too long. We'd recommend going to the brewery directly to acquire their fine fermented beverages to ensure awesomeness. Plus, it's usually a fun time with cool people and excellent grilled cheese sangwiches. And, with the recent franchising, there is sure to be one near you.



We then talk Left Hand Brewing followed by shower beer and then things reach the usual level of random that you come to expect from our show.

Enjoy!


Publish Date: 7/24/2017


"Deviate Short"

A glorious return of our critically acclaimed, "Shorties" from thespeakpodcast.




We had the opportunity to speak with Greg from the brand-new Deviate Brewing. If you haven't been yet,check them out. Follow them on twitter for regular menu updates.


We can't wait for the End of Days!


Thanks Greg!


Please listen, rate, and enjoy.








Publish Date: 9/10/2015


"Ale Trail"

Why hello there. You seem to have stumbled upon an exclusive thespeakpodcast special release! We bring you our behind-the-scenes experience on the Bloomington Ale Trail! Special thanks to all the breweries we visited... and Scotty's. Most were gracious enough to spend a few minutes speaking to us at each stop and share with us what makes their brewery unique.

We did also find time to mock Adam, and gave an honorable mention to Kona Brewing out of Hawaii.




Publish Date: 6/22/2015


Episode 8
For the pleasure of your ears, we now present episode 8 of thespeakpodcast! During this exciting episode, we aurally take you to sooo many places. To begin, we have not one, but two beer reviews! We review Great Crescent's Coconut Porter, followed by the surprisingly foamy Flat 12 Walkabout Ale. After the beering, we review Bub's Burgers and Ice Cream. Listen to find out why Pete is forever immortalized on their wall, and was in a great deal of physical pain.



Publish Date: 10/17/2014