Episode 9: Homebrew Club Rountable!
I sat down at The Hydraulic Hearth with members of Das Hausbrauers Von Buffalo, The Buffalo Beer Goddesses, and The Sultans of Swig to discuss the benefits of joining a club instead of going it alone. It's a popular (read: noisy) room, and for good reason, but if you can handle the background noise, this episode is a great example of the amazing brewing community in Buffalo! Check out the show notes at WNYBrews.com/episode9
Rochester Beer with Will Cleveland
Will Cleveland is a beer writer for Rochester's biggest newspaper, the Democrat and Chronicle. Apart from local news interests, he documents the city's beer rise as Rochester makes a name for itself in the craft beer industry.Rochester, like Buffalo, has a long tradition of brewing, and is the home of the World-famous Genesee Brewery. In recent years, however, Rochester has seen the growth of local craft breweries as well as the opening of renowned brands in The Flour City.Get the rundown with Will and The Buffalo Beer League on this episode of WNY Brews!
John Paul Meteer of Brickyard Brewing Company
John Paul Meter joins us days after Brickyard Brewing was lost to a fire. We talk about the situation, drink some Brickyard beer, and talk about the future.
Rudy Watkins share 4 Big Thin Man Beers
Rather than chasing the latest NEIPA release every week (Thin Man is still producing crazy good NEIPAs), Thin Man continues to try to brew some different and unexpected flavors. Listen as brewer Rudy Watkins talks me and The BBL through 4 (or 5) heavy hitter from Thin Man.As always, please check out:WNYBrews.comPlease review the podcast on iTunes and Stitcher:Rate PleasePlease connect with us: Scott@WNYBrews.com Facebook.com/WNYBrews Twitter.com/WNYBrews Untappd @WNYBrews WNYBrews on Youtube (716) 391-CAST