This episode we start getting back to our regular podcast format (ok, mostly), but we start in the pub where we talk the massive changes in the beer industry last week because this time they’re near and dear to Denny’s heart. From there we go off to the lounge with an interview at San Francisco’s Ferment Drink Repeat (who for the record are not sellouts – they’re awesome). What sorta crazy person creates a homebrew shop and brewery? Well, listen and find out!
After the lounge, it’s time for a Q&A where we tackle brewers questions about Saison, getting their Red on, style guidelines and why sometimes brewers can be dicks. We come back to our “Something Other Than Beer” segment with Netflix inducing massive nostalgia in Drew and we close out with a tip from a South African listener about how to deal with the whole multiple keg carbonation issue.
How Terrapin Quietly Sold Out – http://www.atlantamagazine.com/drinks/terrapin-quietly-sold-big-beer-bet…
Hop Valley Sells Out -http://registerguard.com/rg/news/local/34624194-75/hop-valley-brewing-co…
How Ballast Point Has Changed in the Past 9 Months – http://thefullpint.com/dans-blog/ballast-point-changed-past-9-months-w-o…
Ferment Drink Repeat – http://www.fermentdrinkrepeat.com/
Star Kay White Chocolate Extract – http://amzn.to/2ajaC6F
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00:00:00 Our Sponsors
00:03:25 – Support Us
00:06:39 The Pub – Sellouts!
00:16:21 The Lounge – Ferment Drink Repeat
01:27:32 Q&A With Denny and Drew
01:43:39 Something Other Than Beer – Stranger Things
01:46:21 Quick Tip – Preserving Carbonation
01:48:52 Wrap up
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