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I am delighted to welcome to The Podcast, Andy from Dolphin Brewing based in Reading. Dolphin Brewery is a small-batch sour focused brewery in the suburbs of Reading. Dolphin specialise in the production of high-quality sour beers that are full of fresh fruit character. Their range of sour beers are released seasonally throughout the year, with releases repeated annually.
I am delighted to welcome to The Podcast, Ben from Jawbone Brewing based in Twickenham, Southwest London. Jawbone was founded by Ben in 2019 with a vision to shake up South London’s beer scene. It’s a mission that’s brought Ben to a working boatyard in Twickenham, where he has built a 30hl brewery and BeerDock taproom. Here he’s applying his philosophy of introducing bold flavours across the vast spectrum of beer styles. It’s a process borne out of constant innovation, perfectionism and a relentless enthusiasm for great beer. Unit C, 1 Strawberry Vale, London TW1 4RY
I am delighted to welcome to The Podcast, Ross from Floc. Brewing Co. based in Canterbury. Floc. have come a long way since Ross first appeared on the Podcast 18 months ago. Join me as I catch up with Ross to discuss his spectacular new Brewery and Taproom in the heart of Canterbury, and to hear about his amazing recent series of Collabs with some of the UK's leading Craft Breweries.
I am delighted to welcome to The Podcast, Kev from Vibrant Forest based on the edge of the New Forest National Park near Southampton. Vibrant Forest was founded by Kev in 2011 with a passion to brew modern beers packed with flavour. Every style and every beer they create is designed to bring forth a grand adventure in flavour. Whether it be from cask, keg, can or bottle, they want their beers to excite the palate and stimulate the taste buds. Unit 3 The Purlieu Centre, Hardley SO45 3AE
I am delighted to welcome to The Podcast Harvey from The Papermill Micropub based in Sittingbourne, North Kent. Named after the Sittingbourne Papermill, formerly the largest producer of newsprint in the World, The Micropub was opened by Harvey and Marianne Melia in 2013, and has gone on to become of the most celebrated beer venues in the South of England. 2 Charlotte Street, Sittingbourne, Kent, ME10 2JN
Episode 116 - Moot Brew Co.

Episode 116 - Moot Brew Co.


I am delighted to welcome to the Podcast Patrick and Calvin from Moot Brew Co. based in Upper Halling, North Kent. Moot was launched in 2021 with a love of showcasing English hops and pairing them with hops from around the world. Badass bitters to primo pales; they’ve got you covered. Top notch, hop forward beers. Court Farm, Pilgrims Rd, Upper Halling, Rochester ME2 1HR
I am delighted to welcome to The Podcast, Junior from Hopfully based in County Waterford, Ireland. Hopfully Brewing was founded in 2017 with the mission to create a series of beers that would introduce distinctive flavours and would give emerging artists a platform to showcase their work. They want to inspire collaboration among a wide variety of talented people, primarily to promote who they are and what they do, helping to facilitate the dawn of a new connected and innovative creative community.
I am delighted to welcome to The Podcast, Dave from Nothing Bound Brewery based in Bewdley, Worcestershire. Nothing Bound was launched by Dave in 2018,  to produce beer for all to enjoy. Brewed with care and without compromise. For family, friends and beer lovers everywhere. The Brewery at Chapel Farm, Heightington, Bewdley, Worcestershire, DY12 2XY
I am delighted to welcome to the podcast Tom Hutchins from Brew By Numbers, based in Greenwich. Brew By Numbers was launched in December 2012,  and continue to lead the way for hazy East Coast pale ales in the UK, and are also seen as a pioneer on issues such as the importance of freshness, beer cold storage, and continue to be a major influence on taproom culture in London. Aside from brewing amazing beer, Tom's passion is to promote a responsible link between beer and health, and it was great to catch up with him at the opening session of the BBNo Riverside Festival for an update.
I am delighted to welcome to The Podcast, Gaz from Pomona Island based in Salford. Pomona Island was launched by Gaz, Ryan, Nick and James in October 2017, and quickly established a strong reputation for themselves in the fabulous Manchester Craft Beer Scene, brewing great modern beers across a range of styles, but specialising in New World big juicy IPAs. Gaz wholeheartedly recommends the following fine establishments:
I am delighted to welcome to The Podcast, Jack from Tartarus Beers based in Horsforth, West Yorshire. Launched in 2020 Tartarus are a new nano brewery that specialises in strong and European styles of beer. The brewery and all of the beers are named after myths, legends and folklore. With their love of mythology in mind, Tartarus was born.
I am delighted to welcome to The Podcast, George and Charlie from Crossover Blendery based in Hertfordshire. Crossover are a small blendery focused on producing 100% spontaneously fermented beers aged in traditional vessels such as oak barrels. The aim is to source ingredients as close to the Blendery as possible. The work is seasonal, brewing in the cold months and fruiting in the warm. Each beer they make is of that year, It is of that season and it cannot be replicated anywhere else in the world. The way they make beer and its eventual flavour characteristics blur the lines between beer and other fermented beverages. As a result they want to emphasise the ‘crossing over’ of beer into these other drinks which are often considered a distant and superior or inferior cousin. These beers are a labour of love and incredibly time-consuming to produce. George and Charlie wholeheartedly recommend the following fine establishments:  
I am delighted to welcome to The Podcast, Gareth from Epochal Barrel Fermented Ales based in Glasgow. Epochal makes beer with a sense of place. Whether through use of local barley, unique house microflora, our special Scottish water, the impact of climate on the aging process or inspiration drawn from local brewing traditions, Epochal beer is particular to Scotland and to the brewery itself. Their beer is modern and their own, but with roots in Scotland’s brewing heritage. Gareth wholeheartedly reccommends the following fine local establishments
I am delighted to welcome to The Podcast, David from Three Brothers Brewery based in Stockton on Tees. Three Brothers was founded in 2016 by brothers David and Kit Dodd, and their brother-in-law Chris, with the dream of blending their love of brewing great beers and then integrating the business into the local community in Stockton. David wholeheartedly recommends the following fine establishments:
I am delighted to welcome to The Podcast, Jordan from 4Ts Brewery based in Warrington. 4Ts Founder John Wilkinson worked as a Drayman for Tetley Walkers in the 1990s, before opening his own pub, Wilkies Tavern in 1998 in Warrington. (now known as the Tavern Sports Bar). John launched 4Ts Brewery in 2010, initially out of his garage, before moving to Runcorn in 2012, and then moving to larger premises back in Warrington in 2015. Initially cask-focused, 4Ts now produces an impressive range of cask, keg and canned beer, always focused on "satisfying taste buds everywhere" John and Jordan wholeheartedly recommend the following fine establishment:
I am delighted to welcome to The Podcast, Josh and Mitch from Glasshouse Beer Co. Glasshouse were setup late 2016 in Kings Heath, south of Birmingham, brewing on a half-barrel kit in Josh's Mum's greenhouse, before moving a couple of miles up the road in 2018 to become a part of the Stirchley Beer Mile! Things have come a long way since then, and Glasshouse are now widely regarded as one of the finest brewers of modern Craft Beers in Britain. Josh and Mitch wholeheartedly recommend the following fine establishments:
This week sees a variation from our usual Podcast programming, partly due to Rob having been completely off the grid last week, backpacking on the Isle of Jura. Before he went away, Rob was honoured to be invited on as a guest on the Triple Hopped Podcast, where he get into a wide ranging discussion with Charlie about his Craft Beer Journey, and the evolution of This Week in Craft Beer to date.
I am delighted to welcome to The Podcast, Andrew from Beerhut Brewing Co. Beerhut are a small independent brewery setup in 2017 and based in Co. Down, Northern Ireland. What started as a hobby in a small tin hut has blossomed into a journey they never thought they would be part of. Their beer's are brewed the way they like it. They like juice, decadent imperial stouts and mouth puckering sour's. They are focused on producing beer without compromise. Punchy and full of flavour. Andrew wholeheartedly recommends the following fine Norther Ireland Businesses!
I am delighted to welcome to The Podcast, Steve and Jamie from Farmyard Brew Co based near Lancaster. Launched in 2016, on Steve's family farm,  Farmyard brew everything from the weird and wonderful to the more modest and traditional, and they are yet to find a beer style they don't like! At the end of the day, they just want to make good beer for good folk. Farm Yard Brew Co, Gulf Lane, Lancaster, LA2 0ER Steve and Jamie wholeheartedly recommend the following fine establishments/organisations: 
I am delighted to welcome to The Podcast, James Campbell from Sureshot Brewing Co based in Manchester. Founded in 2020, Sureshot Brewing has been a long term project of James Campbell. Everyone with a bitter taste in their mouth knows James. A serial head brewer at some of Manchester’s most respected independent breweries, and pioneer of the best in new world styles and hops to the UK. James has been instrumental in the development of new wave British brewing over the last decade (and then some).
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