We'd be planning it for two years, but we finally made it to Australia! We spoke at the Australian National Homebrewers Conference (link below) and recorded this live session of the podcast! In this episode we talk to the organizers of the conference Andy and John. We talk to Peter Symons and the winner of the Australian Amateur Brewing Championship Barry Cranston. We chat with Dr. Evan Evans about why beer glasses matter and finally we close up with a beer experiment with Helen Hewson and we'll see how our crowd does with a triangle test! (And you'll hear us talk about a technique that we haven't tried but need to!)
- Australian National Homebrewers Conference (10/25-10/27) - https://www.anhc.com.au
- BYO Boot Camp with Denny & Marshall - http://byobootcamp.com/
- Nowzad - https://www.nowzad.com/
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- Experimental Brew Store - https://www.experimentalbrew.com/store
00:04:35 Andy Davison & John Preston - ANHC Organizers
00:15:57 Peter Symons (Author) & Barry Cranston (AABC 2018 Winner)
00:38:16 Dr. Evan Evans - Beer Glasses!
00:56:43 Helen Hewson - Beer Experiment Tasting!
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