June 13, 2019
GABS is one of our highlights and we love doing a little show right there, from the festival. We just can't get enough of it. Our guests are: Ed from Dollar Bill, Serena from Visit Ballarat, Chris from Mr Banks, Ev from Ballistic, Molly from Hope, Megan from Brews News, and Ian from the Chosen Brew.
What a lineup!
May 23, 2019
Live from the Catfish/Goldfish for Good Beer Week 2019, we are joined by Andrew Childs from Behemoth/Chur, Kieran Haslett-Moore from North End Brewing, and Hamish Ward from Deep Creek.
April 29, 2019
We hear about some Japan stuff, spruik some Good Beer Week stuff, and tell you to drink some stuff. That's it. That's our show.
April 11, 2019
This week Funk Estate join Ale of a Time via the internet to talk all about Funk Estate. It's simple stuff really. You know how this goes by now. Don't you? You lovely lil listener you.
March 25, 2019
This week, the two of us riff on cans vs bottles, IP theft and cultural appropriation. Then we have a chat with Sam Martin about Stone & Wood's new Counter Culture project. It's good times, as always.
March 4, 2019
This episode, we are joined by Mitch from Range Brewing. The fairly new brewery in Brisbane is taking a modern approach to brewing: hazy, small batch, no core range. Find out why, and how they got it happening.
February 15, 2019
This week we have a double header with Three Greens Brewing out of Melbourne, and Ballistic Brewing from Brisbane. Two reasonably different breweries with different approaches and identities.
January 25, 2019
This week it's just the two of us, drinking pilsner and mead, and defending Millennials. Pretty much your line and length Ale of a Time, and that's why you keep coming back!
January 11, 2019
Welcome to a new year. Same Ale of a Time, same great content... except for this episode which is different. Recorded at the Stone & Wood Invitational it features two panel chats. The first about wild and sour beer with Brad Rogers from Stone & Wood and Forest for the Trees, Richard Watkins from Bentspoke, and Will Tatchell from Van Diemen. The next is about native Australian ingredients and features Eddie Brooks from Brookies Gin, and Craig Eulenstein from Stone & Wood.
December 25, 2018
This month we look at the neighbourhood and two other breweries nearby, Stomping Ground and Fixation's Incubator, who both have quite different models to Molly Rose. We find out why each chose what they did and how they are making it work.