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Out Here Having a Pint is a podcast about everything Craft Beer. We are part of Indy Craft Brew and we'll be coming to a brewery near you!
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Brewdog Indy

Brewdog Indy

2019-09-29--:--:--

On this episode of Out Here Having a Pint we were at our home away from home and (in our humble opinion) one of the hoppiest places on earth, BrewDog Indianapolis! We had the incredible opportunity to sit down and chat with Dani Campbell, GM of the new Indianapolis location that is still in its infancy at only 3 weeks old!We took a "Dive into Dani" and learned how she became the GM of BrewDog Indy and craft beer advocate, and chatted everything BrewDog, from the location here in Fountain Square to the beers that are available, including the amazing sour options. We answer important questions such as "What is an EFP and how can I become one?" to "As a brewery how can I get my beers on tap at the new BrewDog location?"To the bitter end!
Hey you little craft beer nerds!Civilian Brewing Corps is Spencer’s destination for great beer, amazing food, and good company. We traveled to speak with owner and brewer Ben Williams to experience his beers as well as their very own craft soda. In 1933, the Civilian Conservation Corps began work to make McCormick’s Creek the first state park in Indiana.  Now, nearly a century later but just down the road, the Civilian Brewing Corps is bringing Owen County its first brewery.  We love this place and it deserves good beer.Cheers!
Back at Moontown

Back at Moontown

2019-07-12--:--:--

On this episode, we headed out to Moontown Brewery in Whitestown Indiana to try out two fantastic releases.From their event description;Summer Sunshine Pale Ale: "Everyone loves the Sunshine." Our seasonal American pale ale greets your nose with citrus and tropical fruits. The bitterness remains light, balanced by Maris Otter and pilsner malts. Local Indiana honey and a touch of oats smooth things out. La Lune Bière Grisette: The lighter-bodied sister of the Saison, this unique style of farmhouse ale originated in the fertile lands of Southern Belgium and was a favorite of the miners and and factory workers of the area. Like the saison, the grisette was brewed primarily to refresh at the end of the day. Light in body and low in alcohol, a grisette will cut through the dust and grit after a long day's work, with a thirst-quenching and satisfying dry finish.
Books & Brews - Noblesville

Books & Brews - Noblesville

2019-05-1900:33:40

On this episode, we set out to Books & Brews in Noblesville, Indiana to speak with the location owners, Stephen and Jordan Fox.This is an excellent spot to come out and enjoy books and games as well as having a brew or two.Have a listen as we speak about their new adventure.**Special guest in the house were Adam Fultz and Brie Reyes from Brewpernatural Podcast. Adam also is the co host of TheSpeak Podcast.**~~Cheers~~
Hey you little craft beer nerds!OK, we're not going to list all of the beers that we had because we had many! What we can tell you is that we ventured out at 450 North Brewing in Columbus, Indiana and sat with McKinley from sales and Brian the assistant brewer.We were all fortunate enough to try all of the new releases a day prior and boy did we love them!Enough of words, dive into the audio and check it out because this was a fun episode!~~Cheers~~
Out Here at 2Toms Brewing

Out Here at 2Toms Brewing

2019-03-2601:10:09

On this episode we traveled with Indy Craft Brew to Fort Wayne, Indiana. We gotta stop saying that cause we are now Indy Craft brew as well....Anyway.Upon arrival, we found ourselves in front of a small strip of businesses, and in the heart of the building was a brewery gem!2Toms Brewing Company has an incredibly inviting atmosphere, open, modern and crisp with unique detail everywhere you looked. We had the opportunity to sit down in the brewery with Tom (yes, there is just one Tom) the founder and brewer and talked to him about how he got started in brewing. We sampled and discussed several of his unique, clean and very tasty brews, as well as the process and the meaning of the names behind them.Listen to this episode and find out why 2Toms Brewing Company was voted the best brewery in Indiana by our Indy Craft Brew followers and why that should be your next brewery trip!
On this episode of 'Out Here Having a Pint', we drove out to Moontown Brewing Company in Whitestown Indiana. There we met up with Jeremiah Tyson and Trey Strukel of Circle City Zymurgy which is a very known home-brew club in Indiana.Our mission was to sit down with a flight and give Moontown a go to see if we would have a pint of their beers or if we would pass. By no means were either one of us a BJCP judge, so take our opinions with a grain of salt. With that said, together we were in company with experienced brewers for sure!.Come have a listen as we talk through the styles and brewing processes while we drink on Moontowns finest!Cheers!~~OHHAP Podcast~~
On this episode, we were finally able to sit down with our co-host, Rob Ecker. This time however, he was on as our guest, Pit Master and Head Brewer at his new restaurant Rusted Silo Southern BBQ and Brewhouse. We discuss everything from barbecue to brews, and what's to come in the future for Rusted Silo. Hint: There may be some house beers involved! This episode will leave you feeling hungry and thirsty for a nice craft beer, and what a selection Rusted Silo has, over 50 craft beers to choose from in their cozy spot in Lizton, Indiana.  Cheers!~~OHHAP Podcast~~
Episode 15 - Mind Over Mash

Episode 15 - Mind Over Mash

2019-02-2101:20:55

On this episode of 'Out Here having a Pint', we traveled to Brownsburg Indiana at Mind Over Mash Brewing Company. There we met up with Co-Owner and head brewer Bobby Klene.We discussed how the brewery came to be and tried out a flight of the beers on tap.We would also like to thank our sponsor, Rusted Silo Southern BBQ & Brewhouse and a special shout to Books N brews!Cheers!~~OHHAP Podcast~~
On this episode, we attended a Tasting Society event that was held at The Hatch in Indianapolis, hosted by Indiana on Tap. This sold out event featured homebrewers only, from the widely known homebrew club, Circle City Zymurgy. As all 250 tickets were sold out for this unlimited 3oz. pours event, the beer was flowing for several hours that evening, and it was apparent CCZ was a hit! Join us as we drink and talk our way through the venue.In this episode you'll hear from several of the homebrewers who were pouring their beer, Kevin goes in the field and chats with the attendees about their favorite brews, and we had a special guest with us, Tony Musgrave, whom we interviewed from 21 North Eatery and Cellar in Episode 0. This episode is going to be in two parts, Part One will be with Tony and Kevin out on the floor discussing the brews on the menu and visiting the club stations to chat with the brewers in action! Stay tuned for Part Two where we will follow up with Rob, who was pouring several of his hit beers, as well as Nick Boling, Brady Smith, and Jeremy Railey, all members of Circle City Zymurgy.Cheers!~~OHHAP Podcast~~
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