For the second part of this 12 part series, Nic and Luke chat to Ian and Shayne from Future Mountain, and Adrian from Moondog. Immediately we get to talking about designing the most ridiculous beers possible, and then dial it back in with all the facets of coming up with a great recipe from brewers who have designed all sorts of beer.
This week we have one less host (Dave) so roped in two special guests. Will from the Crafty Pint, and Topher from Wildflower. We shoot the breeze about all sorts of things, from Coopers, to lambic in hip hop, to nerdy beer things.
This week we catch up with Richard Watkins from Bentspoke to learn a bit about Canberra's beer scene, gluten free malt, and what Bentspoke have been up to lately. Also a bit of banter with the two of us kicking it over a beer at Whitehart in Melbourne - where we talk hemp beer, festivals, and new projects from Stone & Wood.
For the first episode of Home is Where the Beer is, we are joined by Kris Domagala (yet unnamed project) and Jon Seltin (Brick Lane Brewing), to talk all things location for breweries big or small.
This week we are joined by Nic Sandery from Molly Rose Brewing. We spoke to Nic a couple of years back when he was about to head out overseas on a research trip. Now he's back and has his own premises in Collingwood and is ready to start work on his new brewpub. We also have a super special announcement about new content, in collaboration with Nic. So listen in for that too.
This week we get Brendan (3 Ravens) along to tell us all about his other gig as social manager for the Australian National Homebrewing Conference. It's going to be a blast this year, with some incredible guests, pairing dinner, and the infamous club night. So tune in to hear all about it.
This week we visit Tom Delmont and Sam Bethune at the new Fixation Incubator in Collingwood. we learn all about their plan to just brew IPAs.
This week we join the Mashed In Live duo out in Bayswater. This isn't actually our show, as they were the hosts and we just stole the audio. BUT it's good beer chat so we thought we should release it on our feed too. Check it out.
This week we visit a relatively new brewpub in Richmond called Burnley Brewing. They've got years of hospo experience and a German-trained brewer. It's also the first outing of some new gear courtesy of our Patreon supporters, and some new audio editing software. We'd love to know if it's better or worse than usual.