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Every Tuesday at 5:00 PM EST, New York City publican Jimmy Carbone plays host to an audio ale salon celebrating the world of craft beer. Through discussions with beer industry insiders and knowledgeable beer fans from across the country, Jimmy and his friends explore every aspect of the brewer's craft from grains to pint glass and tasting to toasting. Beer Sessions Radio is sponsored by GreatBrewers.com, your online source for craft beer information, and supported by The Good Beer Seal, an association of independently owned and operated bars in New York City that serve, promote and support good craft beer.
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Joel Shelton of Shelton Brothers Imports, Pete Lengyel of KCBC brewing, and brewer Ulrike Genz of Berlin’s Brauerei Schneeeule (Snowy Owl Brewery) join Jimmy to compare notes. Tune in to hear their conversation about American versus German beers, kettle versus slow sours, ugly fruit versus fruit puree, and Ulrike’s work reviving traditional 200-year-old methods for making Berliner Weißes or, as Napoleon called it, “the champagne of the north.”Beer List:Brauerei Schneeeule’s KennedyBrauerei Schneeeule’s IrmgardBrauerei Schneeeule’s YasminBrauerei Schneeeule’s Marlene
This week, Jimmy turns from the art of brewing to the art of...art. He’s joined by author and writer Joshua M. Bernstein, AJ Keirans of the 16 Oz. Canvas podcast, and graphic designers Earl Holloway of KCBC and Daniel Birch of Barrier and Alewife Brewing. They talk about the expanding market for beer label art, the difference between designing for 750 ml bottles and for cans, their artistic inspirations, Easter eggs hidden in beer can art, and Can Jam.Beer List:KCBC’s Purgatorio PilsnerKCBC’s Strap Lite Lime LagerKCBC’s Strap Lite LagerKCBC’s Superhero Sidekicks IPAKCBC’s Penguins in Paradise Session IPA
This week, Jimmy checks in with two of New York’s new breweries. Co-founder John Dantzler and sales director Keith Sansone of Torch & Crown Brewing Company join Jimmy to talk about how they got started. John explains how he and his co-founder went from childhood friends to homebrewers to business partners, their flagship beers, and learning the skills (chemistry know-how, business savvy) they needed to succeed. They’re also joined by Cortlandt Toczylowski, owner and head brewer of King’s Court Brewing Company, who tells the story of serendipitously discovering his brewery site in Poughkeepsie.Beer List:Torch and Crown’s Slightly SourTorch and Crown’s Almost Famous IPATorch and Crown’s Sub Rosa LagerTorch and Crown’s Intersect: Simcoe + Idaho 7, Session IPAIt's HRN's annual summer fund drive, this is when we turn to our listeners and ask that you make a donation to help ensure a bright future for food radio. Help us keep broadcasting the most thought provoking, entertaining, and educational conversations happening in the world of food and beverage. Become a member today! To celebrate our 10th anniversary, we have brand new member gifts available. So snag your favorite new pizza - themed tee shirt or enamel pin today and show the world how much you love HRN, just go to heritageradionetwork.org/donate
This week, Jimmy crunches the numbers with Ted Kenny of Top Hops, Gage Siegel of Beer Menus and Nonsequitur Brewing Project, David Steinman of Craft Brew News, and Ethan Siegler, author of a recent study on Los Angeles beer consumer choice. They talk about what kind of beer data they’re interested in, the dominance of the “hazy IPA,” the geographic differences in craft beer offerings, highlights from Ethan’s thesis study, and what exactly the “mobility gap” is.Beer List:Flora’s Tiki, Pineapple Wine SpritzerIndustrial Arts’ Tools of the Trade, Pale Ale
Jimmy talks malt with Jeff Lyons of Keg and Lantern and Max Ocean and Zane Coffey, co-founders of Catskill, NY’s Subversive Malting and Brewing. Tune in for a preview of NYC Brewer’s Choice 2019 and to learn more about the rise of New York’s malt industry, brewing tasty ingredient-driven beers, sourcing up-and-coming hop varieties, and the surprising smells of malting.Beer List:Subversive’s Drinkenbier Keller LagerSubversive’s Body Double IPAKeg and Lantern’s White Noise PilsnerKeg and Lantern’s Longer Days Saison
This, week, Jimmy talks about the Good Beer Seal all-stars with the owners of three NYC beer bars: Kyle Radzyminski of The Baroness Bar + Kitchen in Long Island City, Chris Maestro of BierWax in Prospect Heights, and Joel Suarez of The Sampler in Bushwick. They talk about bar and brewery collaboration, the important role of Good Beer retailers and bars in the craft scene, and taste a special early sneak peak of Sierra Nevada’s fall seasonal Octoberfest.Beer List:Sierra Nevada’s Octoberfest, Fall Seasonal 2019KCBC / Roberta's Collab, Pizzagate Margherita's Revenge
The teams behind Marz Community Brewing in Chicago and Mash Tun journal stopped by the studio on June 20 to talk with Jimmy before heading off to Mash Tun’s Issue #13 release party at KCBC. Joining Jimmy on air were founder of Marz Brewing and Mash Tun journal Ed Marszewski, Marz head brewer Tim Lange, former editor of BeerAdvocate and summer 2015 Beer Sessions co-host Ben Keene, KCBC’s Pete Lengyel, and photographer Miguel Rivas, who guest edited the latest issue of Mash Tun. They crack open some Gay IPAs for Pride while talking about community brewing, their creative heroes, the Marz monthly drink and draw event, and the Chicago craft beer scene.Beer List: Marz’s Gay IPA, Double Dry Hopped India Pale Ale with Lactose, a Pride special Marz’s Chela Negra, Black Lager KCBC’s Strap Lite, Rice LagerIt's HRN's annual summer fund drive, this is when we turn to our listeners and ask that you make a donation to help ensure a bright future for food radio. Help us keep broadcasting the most thought provoking, entertaining, and educational conversations happening in the world of food and beverage. Become a member today! To celebrate our 10th anniversary, we have brand new member gifts available. So snag your favorite new pizza - themed tee shirt or enamel pin today and show the world how much you love HRN, just go to heritageradionetwork.org/donate
Jimmy finds out more new beer and cider distributors in town with Lars Dahlhaus of Baldor Specialty Goods, Brown's Brewery of Troy, NY, Lisa and Rich Costagna from Bridge and Tunnel Brewery, and Jahil from Descendant Cider.It's HRN's annual summer fund drive, this is when we turn to our listeners and ask that you make a donation to help ensure a bright future for food radio. Help us keep broadcasting the most thought provoking, entertaining, and educational conversations happening in the world of food and beverage. Become a member today! To celebrate our 10th anniversary, we have brand new member gifts available. So snag your favorite new pizza - themed tee shirt or enamel pin today and show the world how much you love HRN, just go to heritageradionetwork.org/donateBeer and Cider List:Bronx Brewery's Strobe Light - Gose w/ Straberry & RhubarbBridge and Tunnel's Bagel IPADescendant Cider's - Pomme w/ Pomegranate & HibiscusDescendant Cider's - New World Heritage CiderDescendant Cider's - Wilderness - Wild Pippin & Forgotten OrchardsBrown's Brewing Nice to Meet Me - Revolving IPABrown's Brewing Strobe Light - GoseBrown's Krush Golden LagerBrown's IPABrown's Brewing Cherry Razz -Brown's Carla IPALa Parisienne RouseLa Parisienne BlondeBeer Sessions Radio is powered by Simplecast.
A few months ago, the experts from Beer Table made their way down into the cellar at Jimmy’s No. 43—Jimmy’s old East Village bar, which closed almost two years ago—to unearth the bottles that were left behind. In this episode, the team—Justin Philips, Megan Saxelby, Noah Levin, Gavin Murphy, and Evan Rose—join Jimmy to uncork the bottles and talk about what they found.
Aaron Burr Cidery’s founder, farmer, and fermenter Andy Brennan joins Jimmy to talk about his new book, Uncultivated: Wild Apples, Real Cider, and the Complicated Art of Making a Living. Also in the studio are the book’s editor Ben Watson of Chelsea Green Publishing and the annual CiderDays celebration in Franklin County, Massachusetts, and Ron Sansone of Connecticut’s Spoke and Spy Ciderworks. They talk basement brewing, place-based apples, the history of Andy’s homestead farm—including how Aaron Burr was involved—and the true meaning of “Scrumpy.”Cider List:Spoke and Spy Ciderworks’ Kingston Black, a single varietal ciderSpoke and Spy Ciderworks’ Pink Lady cider, made with blood orange and pomegranate
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