Episode 22 - Anything But Stale in Wisconsin

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Justin Aprahamian

This episode we talk about two of our favorite online communities and their upcoming distributed competitions. We stop in the pub to talk updates to the North Carolina Legal Situation and a new homebrew rights situation in Nebraska. (See why it's important we keep fighting the legal fight?) Denny previews the upcoming Hop School and Drew talks about visiting Boulder CO and the AHA/BA offices. In the Brewery, we talk about the impending pumpkin crisis - ok, crisis to some and Drew's visit to Hop Barley and the Alers and their annual auction. 

We revisit our Staling experiment - can you brew with pre-crushed malt that's been sitting for a month? We review the results and discuss other possible avenues of exploration. After that Denny's back in Milwaukee talking with James Beard winning chef Justin Aprahamian of Sanford Restaurant in Milwaukee, Like Minds Brewing in Chicago and the new brewpub back in Milwaukee. Denny delves into the world of fine food and fine beer. Find out why Like Minds originally opened in Chicago and how they came back home.

Then in Something Other Than Beer - Drew drops a Youtube show that really is a charming, whimisical love letter to Paris. And staying with Youtube - Drew's quick tip - well, it's not so quick but it's the video of his talk Brewing on the Ones from the National Homebrewers Conference.

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Episode Contents:

00:00:00 Our Sponsors

00:02:32  Support Us

00:06:55  The Pub - Homebrew Law, Hop School, Boulder

00:22:19 The Brewery - Pumpkin Shortage and Hop Barley & The Alers

00:31:37 The Lab - Staling Experiment Rssults 

00:43:25 The Lounge - Justin Aprahamian - Sanford and Like Minds

01:06:53 Something Other Than Beer - Alice in Paris

01:12:49 Quick Tip - Brewing on the Ones

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