In our 71st podcast, we travelled up to Newcastle to interview Alex, Joe and Josh from Full Circle Brew Co.
They talk to us about opening the brewery and taproom just as the pandemic was starting, navigating lockdowns, and how they coped being
In our 70th podcast, we chat to Bundobust co-founder Mayur, and Bundobust Brewery head brewer, Dan, about how the brewery came to be.
Bundobust restarurants has been a mainstay for the North of England for years now, giving us delicious Indian
In our 69th podcast, we discuss the recent announcement of Cloudwater selling beer in Tesco. We go over the four-pack collab they have released too, Brewdog brewing the beer for them, and the reaction to it all.
Tom celebrates 4:20 with vigour
In our 68th podcast, with Tom's new found love for cider we discuss whether fruit is used properly in beer, and is their a limit to what beer can be.
We also play the game that sweeping the nation 'What Am I Drinking?', answer some listener qu
In our 67th podcast, we kind of celebrate reaching 1000 posts on instagram by talking about beer and social media, especially within the world of the gram.
We also discuss the recent Goose Island and Creme Egg beer, and the nature of these big
In our 66th podcast, we try and actual sound like a beer podcast.
Giving you our thoughts on some recent beer news & events, and talking about a few alcoholic beverages we have enjoyed too.
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In our 65th podcast, your least favourite beer podcasters return after a 9 month hiatus.
Ross and Tom talk about why there aint been any pods, what they have been doing in the mean time, supporting local and independent and their favourite bee
In our 64th podcast, we bring you the three talks we hosted at the Friends & Family & beer festival on Feb 21st and 22nd of 2020.
The festival graciously asked us to host a talk at each session that would be free for fest goers to attend. We d
In our 63rd podcast, we talk to El of Reasons To Be Cheerful.
El owns and runs the Reasons To Be Cheerful bar, which just celebrated its 3rd birthday. She tells us about opening the bar, and what went into the decision to do it, choosing a ven
In our 62nd podcast, we talk to Oli Banks, head brewer at Stigbergets Bryggeri.
The Swedish brewery has made a name for itself over the past few years for their stunning IPAs, so we talk to Oli about their hoppy reputation, how it came about a
In our 61st podcast, we talk to Ben and Mick of Rivington Brewing Co.
They have been putting out solid beers the past few years, and we talked to them as they were starting a new step for the brewery.
With the opening of a taproom on Mick's fa
In our 60th podcast, we talk to Rob from dutch brewery De Moersleutel.
On a recent trip to England Rob chatted to us about the brewery, the name & how he and his three brothers started brewing beer.
Known for their big imperial stouts we ask
In our 59th episode, Tom travels to Glasgow to visit Mori at Drygate Brewing Co.
They talk about the growth of the brewery since we last talked to Mori a few years ago, and how the beer industry has changed in that time.
As it was Tom's first
In our 58th podcast, we return to our Mikkeller Beer Club Box series to drink our way through the September 2019 edition of the Danish brewery's monthly subscription that is put together by Mikkeller Webshop.
We drink our way through 8 cans an
In our 57th podcast, we talk to Reece, the man behind Donzoko Brewing Co., who tells us about the brewery and the much loved Northern Helles. We learn how his chemistry background and living in Germany shaped what he brews and how he brews it.
In our 56th podcast, we talk to James of Wilderness Brewery.
Having set up the brewery right in the middle of Wales just last year James is already making superb mixed fermentation and barrel-aged beer.
James explains why he set up the brewer
In this confession, Tom recounts his time at Fidelity Beer Festival in Dublin. Giving us his thoughts on the fest, the beer and the atmosphere.
He also touches on the recent beer distribution buyouts in the UK and how that may affect independe
In this confession, Ross talks about his recent trip to The Pembury Tavern in Hackney.
Owned by The Five Points Brewery for just over a year now, the pub has garnered plenty of praise in that fairly short time.
Find out what Ross thought of t
In our 55th podcast, we discuss Liverpool Beer Week with Pedro of Liverpool Beer Collective, Rob from Black Lodge Brewery and Dom & Ade from Carnival Brewing Co.
Learn about the formation and running of LBW, how it has expanded in its second y
In this confession, Ross talks about his recent trip to Riga.
He tells us about the beer he tried, the bars he drank in and the breweries he visited.
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In this confession, Tom talks about Chapter Brewing and drinks their 'La Petite Mort' coffee porter.
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In this confession, Ross opens two low alcohol beers and gives his thoughts.
He also looks at the current market of 'non-alcoholic' beers, how successful they are in the UK and discusses why these beers are brewed & consumed.
In our 54th podcast, we go a little off-subject and talk to our first soda maker, Liam of Steep Soda Co.
Liam tells us about how he got into brewing soda with his partner Laura and if 'brewing' is even the right wording for fizzy drinks.
In this confession, Tom tries his very first Mystery Beer.
Given a beer with the artwork covered, using only his sense of smell and taste he must try and figure out the style, beer and brewery.
But can he do it?
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In this confession, Ross recounts a recent pub crawl around Liverpool.
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