Flying Dog brewmaster Matt Brophy stops by to discuss International Arms Race, their zero IBU IPA collaboration with Brew Dog. We get into the challenges of brewing in a world without hops, how they hooked up with the extreme Scottish brewers for this unusual project, and some details about exciting upcoming beers coming out of Frederick.
We welcome Edinburgh-based blogger and podcaster Beercast Rich to the show and talk about the latest craft beer news on the other side of the pond: including: CAMRA, Brewdog’s role in UK beer culture, some exciting upcoming Scottish brewers, and more.
What, you thought we didn’t have anything to say about Brewdog’s Ghost Deer? Pshaw. As if!
Slouch and Barley talk Goose Island, The Beer Store, BrewDog, and gas station growlers.
Brother Barley comes face to face with his future self…and learns the fate of the Craft Beer Revolution.
The Aleheads provide their take on what beer you should drink to celebrate the wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton.
Barley and Slouch delve into the pure evil that is Anheuser-Busch.
Brother Barley and Esquire Magazine look at the oddest brews on Earth. Word to the wise, avoid them at all costs.
This week, we take on the UK, Kona Brewing, Dark Horse, Lagunitas, and the hipsters in Williamsburg. Plus much more!
A beer packaged in a dead squirrel? Say it ain’t so, BrewDog.
BrewDog and The Bruery reveal the good and bad of trying to rise above the crowd.
The 32% ABV Tactical Nuclear Penguin migrates to the States.
When the Baron threw down the gauntlet to name some prestige beers, I added the name of a beer I knew very little about, the Schorschbraeu Schorschbock 40. This ridiculous brew was created by the tiny Schorschbraeu brewery in southern Germany and all I really knew about it was that it was an 80-proof beer. […]