Episode 6 - What's Your Faction?

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In Episode 6 - Denny and Drew look to even more listener feedback. In the pub we promulgate a public service announcement near and dear to Denny's heart, investigate rumors of nefarious hop dealings and reminisce about Denny's time in the big snowy territory of Vail. And then we go to the lab where we discuss the first ever results delivered by our IGOR crew. Is there a discernable difference between Wyeast 1056 and WLP001? Marshall "Brulosopher" Schott of Brulosophy.com joins us to provide his view on the data provided by our IGORs and the vast swath of tasters. Back to the Bay Area we're onto Faction Brewing in Alameda and the ever voluble Rodger Davis. This is part one of two parts thanks to all the stories Rodger has at his disposal! Finally we take your questions, Drew talks about pressure and Denny remembers David Bowie and Alan Rickman. So, what do you guys think of our results? Do you agree? Disagree? Try brewing the test yourself and see what you find! Episode Links:

Episode Contents:

00:00:00 Our Sponsors

00:01:53 Theme and Intro and Listener Feedback

00:07:23 Beer Life from the Experimental Brewing Pub - Grapefruit, Hop Crisis, Vail

00:21:20 Casa Verde Labs - Experiment #1 Results with Marshall Schott

00:47:40 Rodger Davis at Faction Brewing

01:28:32 Ukulele Break!

01:29:02 Q&A with Denny & Drew

01:43:44 Quick Tip - Under Pressure

01:46:11 Something Other Than Beer - Bowie & Rickman

01:51:11 Queston of the Week, Wrap up and Coming Attractions

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